High-school student Jim Walker of Georgiafirst Robotics (foreground) maneuvers his machine, built as part of the US FIRST program, on the Cable-Tec Expo floor.
On the “Does This Home Come With a Remote?” panel (l. to r.): John Brzozowski, Kalpa Subramanian and Theresa Hennesy, Comcast; and Eric Hybertson, Time Warner Cable.
SCTE president and CEO Mark Dzuban (l.) presents the Member of the Year award to Comcast’s Steve Murphy during the Cable-Tec Expo Tuesday luncheon.
Cox chief technology officer Kevin Hart (l.) interviews NCTA CEO Michael Powell at Cable-Tec Expo’s Tuesday opening general session.
Derick Rodriguez (l.) of Electric Motion Co. shows his company’s gear to Mark Arnold of the Borough of Kutztown, Pa.
Marwan Fawaz of Sarepta Advisors (l.) and Matt Stanek of Time Warner Cable take part in the “Network Ops Panel.”
Time Warner Cable’s Andrew Shinas (l.) with Giuseppe Digesoo of Juniper Networks at Juniper’s show-floor booth.
At the Jones/NCTI booth, Comcast’s Thomas Sigafoos (l.) takes part in a demo with Jones’s Larry Johnson.
More than 9,800 attendees took to the exhibit floor in Atlanta, according to the SCTE.
Keynote luncheon speaker Brian Allen, chief security officer at Time Warner Cable, talked about the MSO’s efforts to recover from Hurricane Sandy last year.
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