Home networking, high-definition TV, advanced broadband services, PacketCable and the leveraging of network-operation centers and operational-support systems will be the subjects for the five sessions the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers will produce at Broadband Plus: The New Western Show here Dec. 3 through Dec. 6.
The SCTE is one of 14 associations and organizations that will hold meetings or sessions at Broadband Plus.
The Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing will hold its pre-show luncheon Dec. 3. The topic is HDTV.
Women in Cable and Telecommunications and NAMIC will hold a joint breakfast at the show.
And Cable Television Laboratories Inc. is showcasing the 10th anniversary of CableNET.
Other participating associations include: the Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau; the Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association; the Cable Television Public Affairs Association; American Film Institute; the Association for Interactive Marketing; IDG Executive Forum; the Interactive Television Alliance; Kagan World Media; and the MPEG-4 Industry Forum.