Chris Boring loves a good trade show, especially those in New Orleans, and as Vice-President of Sales and Marketing for Promptlink Communications (a leading provider of software applications for the management and testing of broadband networks and equipment) he’s been part of the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo for 20 years. This staple of Cable TV tradeshows has become the standard for the latest technology rollouts and for this show a lot of it is related to network infrastructure and how the industry will push out key components closer to the consumers themselves.
Boring says, “SCTE is the chance to show whatever is out there or talk about it in a workshop; it’s the key place for everyone to get together.” Boring invites attendees to the Promptlink booth, number 2007 where they’ll be able to see the Americas launch of Network NoiseHawk, utilizing a patent-pending algorithm to analyze data, accurately pinpoint network noise, and easily display it on a map for cable operators and their technicians to quickly correct noise issues. The hands-on demonstration of this innovative new process is not to be missed, since it will have a physical cable node at the show where noise will be inserted in different points.
Boring is enthusiastic about the continued advancements of CableLabs®️ Common Collection Framework. It will make the efforts of Promptlink and others much more accessible across multiple platforms. Common Collection “allows software tools that run on the network a standardized data collection process that all software tools can use.” Boring says “with Common Collection Framework, it doesn’t matter what tools are already in the network – it’s all standardized and we (all) just access it.”
Be sure to visit Chris and his team at the Promptlink booth #2007. He’s got great advice on everything broadband as well as a few tips on New Orleans that you don’t want to miss.
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