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Cable Next-Gen Broaband Strategies: Docsis 3.0, Wireless, Fiber & Beyond

Now's the time to make your plans to attend Cable Next-Gen Broaband Strategies: Docsis 3.0, Wireless, Fiber & Beyond as a VIP Guest of MOCA, on Thursday, February 25, 2010, at The Cable Center in Denver. This one-day conference will take a comprehensive look at the cable industry's plans to deploy powerful Docsis 3.0 wideband technology, delve into wireless broadband, and develop such new fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) architectures as Radio Frequency Over Glass (RFoG) and Passive Optical Networks (PONs).

With cable operators seeking to stay ahead of their prime telco, satellite, and other broadband rivals, MSOs are already starting to roll out such Docsis 3.0 products as 100-Mbit/s data tiers, IPTV services, and "TV Everywhere" offerings around the world. Cable providers and equipment suppliers are also developing fiber-rich RFoG and PON services, with much more activity expected by the end of 2010.

Light Reading will provide an unlimited number of 25% off VIP Guest Packages to any MOCA members for the upcoming event. Additionally, any member who is employed by a cable network/programmer, cable/MSO, or service provider, or are a network professional at a large enterprise, educational establishment, utility, or government agency may qualify for FREE admission.

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Moderated by Heavy Reading Senior Analyst Alan Breznick, Light Reading's Cable Digital News Site Editor Jeff Baumgartner, and Craig Leddy, Contributing Analyst to Light Reading's Cable Industry Insider, Cable Next-Gen Broadband Strategies will include industry speakers from leading cable associations, operators, and equipment vendors.

Among the key questions Cable Next-Gen Broadband Strategies will seek to answer:

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