At this past week’s RDK User Conference in Denver, platinum sponsor ARRIS not only demonstrated a range of RDK-enabled hardware and software solutions, but also its commitment to RDK advancement through its many significant contributions to the industry.
The product exhibition included ARRIS’s TG16282 DOCSIS Wireless Gateway device, which is the first such device enabled to support RDK-B. RDK Management also announced that it will be using ARRIS coding to add support for the Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) standard that is widely deployed internationally.
This code was successfully run during the conference on an ARRIS DCX3620 DVB RDK-enabled Gateway, and is crucial to extending the RDK’s applicability for use in DVB markets, as well as making RDK more easily adoptable in global markets.
In addition to product demonstrations, ARRIS CTO, CPE Products Charles Cheevers and VP of Product Management, Rob Folk led industry discussions as panelists on the RDK-B Panel the OEM Panel respectively.
With RDK quickly becoming a crucial component to service providers’ ability to more rapidly and economically deploy next generation CPE product, ARRIS is well-positioned as a key enabler of the first wave of RDK deployments worldwide.
Today through Friday, Bell Canada’s annual Network Leadership Conference will bring together more than 400 network professionals to discuss the industry’s latest trends and technologies.
This year, ARRIS is a Gold sponsor, and we’ll be there to highlight our solutions and services, with ARRIS Engineering Fellow, Matt Milford. He’ll be hosting several information sessions on Cloud DVR, Digital Ad Insertion, and UltraHD technology.
The technology trends that Matt highlights in his sessions are some of the insights that we’ve used to transform our approach to product development, and our booth and demos will highlight the results. We’ll give attendees hands-on, real-time demonstrations of our next-generation network technologies, including a look at our Static CPE devices. It’ll be a great opportunity to learn more about ARRIS solutions from our product experts.
To see Matt’s session, come by Dockside Room 5 on Thursday morning at 8:55 a.m., 9:50 a.m. or 10:45 a.m. And if you’re attending the conference, be sure to stop by booths 35 and 36 and check out our demos.
Each January in Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brings together the world’s leading consumer electronics companies and tens of thousands of industry professionals around the latest consumer technology. At this year’s show, ARRIS is demonstrating new solutions for service providers to deliver tomorrow’s connected experiences—like UltraHD, multiscreen, IoT (Internet of Things), networking, nDVR, and more at the Venetian. Read more
ARRIS pioneered digital TV, introduced the world’s first wireless broadband gateway and most recently, the first 16×4 channel bonding cable modem at retail. Today, we’re introducing another first: Gigabit Home Networking (G.hn) in routers and adapters. Read more
If you’re planning to attend CES 2015 this week, be sure to hear from our speakers. From OTT content and multiscreen viewing to 4K and Ultra HD adoption, they’ll cover the latest trends and look ahead to what’s next for the industry. See below for full details. Read more
ARRIS is attending DigiWorld Summit in Montpellier France this week to discuss whether mobile, a device that has impacted nearly every aspect of our lives, could be set to revolutionize television in the same way.
As we know TV consumption is rapidly becoming a multiscreen experience, with people increasingly expecting to be able to watch their favorite shows on either their tablets or smartphones. But so far TV on these device has been delivered through catch-up or streaming services – not live broadcast. What if the mobile could do more?
Cornel Ciocirlan, CTO EMEA, will speak on a panel alongside experts including the BBC and France Télévisions, to debate whether established TV services (live broadcasts) can be delivered to mobile devices, and what future technologies are needed to make this a possibility. The panel will also discuss how traditional service providers should view this as an opportunity to grow its audiences. In the future device user-scenarios will evolve, and traditional cable TV models could be disrupted, to include mobile as a true alternative or complement to the tethered first screen.
If you’re attending DigiWorld Summit, Cornel’s panel today, Thursday 20th November, 12:10-13:50. More information about the event can be found here.