Some 400 exhibitors were on hand on the show floor at Cable-Tec, showcasing their newest technology and services. Here is a brief look: Sigma Systems Group, Toronto, ON, launched its ServiceBroker Ve...
July 1, 2000
Some 400 exhibitors were on hand on the show floor at Cable-Tec, showcasing their newest technology and services. Here is a brief look:
Sigma Systems Group, Toronto, ON, launched its ServiceBroker Version 5, a new service activation and provisioning product for cable providers.
Avantron, Montreal, PQ introduced its AT-2000 Series spectrum analyzers with optional AT2-TDM (Time Domain Measurements) mode, designed to simplify the analysis of complex upstream pulsed amplitude signals.
Harmonic Inc., Sunnyvale, CA announced a bi-directional transmission technology for delivering services in the hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) access network.
Marconi, Pittsburgh, PA debuted its Deep Fiber FTH, a fiber-to-the-home system that will enable service providers to offer multiple services via a single fiber.
Tellabs, Lisle, IL, launched Salix 7000 — its new family of class-independent switching products and services for IP, ATM and public switched telephone networks (PSTN).
Scientific-Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, unveiled a new optical network platform, the Prisma II family, designed to give network operators the technologies needed to deliver interactive video, data and voice services.
CommScope Inc., Hickory, NC introduced a new Fiber Feeder design for deployment in secondary rings and fiber distribution portions of HFC networks.