Home is Where the Network Is

Home is Where the Network Is

A Webinar Sponsored by Arris, Entropic & Quickplay

Available On Demand
Duration 60min
Speakers
Alan Breznick
Senior Analyst
Heavy Reading
Alan Breznick
Alan Breznick covers the cable TV technology and IP video infrastructure markets, including cable MSO networks and services. In particular, he tracks the markets for new cable and broad-band access technologies, including Docsis 3.0 and 3.1, CCAP, EPON, IPv6, IP video, switched digital video, RFoG, DPoE and EPoC. Formerly a contributing analyst at Kinetic Strategies and One Touch Intelligence, Breznick has covered the cable, telecom, broadband, media and consumer electronics industries for more than 20 years. As a business tech journalist, he previously reported for Light Reading Cable, Cable Digital News, Communications Daily, Multichannel News, Cable World and Communications Technology magazine. A New York City native, he is now based in the Toronto area.
David Grubb
CTO of Cloud Solutions Business
Arris
David Grubb
David Grubb III is CTO of Cloud Solutions at ARRIS. In this role, he is responsible for focusing on the development of the strategy and architecture for the evolution of ARRIS’s multiscreen video, advertising and service assurance software product lines. He is also responsible for leading the end-to-end integration architecture for multiscreen IPTV solutions leveraging the ARRIS product portfolio. Grubb previously served as Vice President of Converged Experiences for Motorola Home, a business within Motorola Mobility. Grubb was responsible for the company’s next generation, Internet Era of TV solution architecture and software strategy. Previously, Grubb was Vice President, Technology Business Development for Motorola’s Home business. He was responsible in that role for leading the development of business strategies related to next generation TV, media mobility and fixed-mobile convergence. Grubb was tasked with bringing together Motorola’s wired and wireless video and broadband technologies to create new, compelling seamless mobility experiences for consumers.
Roger Gregory
Vice President, Marketing for Cable & Telco/IPTV Market Segments
Entropic
Roger Gregory
Mr. Roger Gregory is Entropic’s vice president of Cable and Telco Marketing. He brings nearly 20 years of semiconductor marketing and engineering experience to Entropic, and is responsible for leading the effort to bring advanced set-top box system-on-a-chip (STB SoC), MoCA® (Multimedia over Coax Alliance) and Broadband Access/Ethernet over Coax (EoC) solutions to global cable and telco customers. He works diligently with international OEMs and Service Providers to understand next-generation STB requirements in order to set the future direction for Entropic’s product roadmap.
Mike Martinez
Director of Sales Engineering
Quickplay Media
Mike Martinez
As Director of Sales Engineering for QuickPlay Media, Michael’s responsibilities include working with carriers and content providers to define and implement multiscreen and distribution services . Michael brings over 15 years of video broadcast experience and specialises in live TV. He joined QuickPlay Media in 2010 from Qualcomm where he was responsible for managing operations and engineering for FloTV. He holds an electrical engineering degree from University of Chico in California.

Now that cable operators are fully embracing IP video, the big question is how they will make the transition to full IP delivery of their video services over the next few years. Perhaps most importantly, MSOs must figure out how to carry out this tricky transition without overwhelming their already strained HFC networks.

In this Webinar, you will learn:

  • When cable operators will start running IP video simulcasts
  • How much extra bandwidth these IP video simulcasts will consume
  • How MSOs intend to leverage the cloud to deliver more IP-enabled video services
  • What new tools cable operators will need to carry out the transition
  • What new devices and/or software will be needed in the home
  • How cable operators plan to distribute IP video signals around the home  

We will tackle these “smaller” questions and numerous others because they will help determine the answer to the big question. As always, the devil is in the details. Tune in on Dec. 10th to find out more.

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