SCTE's CAP Program Reaches 30 Members

The SCTE/ISBE announced that Access Communications has become the latest member of the Society's Corporate Alliance Partner (CAP) ...

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The SCTE/ISBE announced that Access Communications has become the latest member of the Society's Corporate Alliance Partner (CAP) program, boosting the total number of CAP members to 30.

The program was created in 2014 to enable operators, technology partners, contractors, and consortiums to derive maximum business benefit from involvement with the SCTE/ISBE. The CAP program is intended to enable corporate members of all sizes jointly to address industry issues, develop solutions and standards in preparation for emerging technologies, and expand access to training, networking, and education.

"The continued growth of all categories of our Corporate Alliance Program underscores SCTE/ISBE's critical role in driving continued success for our industry," said Matt Aden, vice president, sales and operations for the SCTE/ISBE. "As the technology hubs for the entire industry, SCTE/ISBE and its CAP program are able to directly impact bottom lines by accelerating technology implementation that enables revenue-generating services."

Operator CAP members include: Access Communications, CablevisiĆ³n, Charter, Comcast, Cox, GCI, Liberty Global, Midco, NBN, Rogers, Shaw, Shentel, Unity Media, and VTR. Technology partner members are: ADTRAN, Alpha Technologies, Amphenol Broadband Solutions, ARRIS, ATX, Cisco, CommScope, Communication Associates, Corning, Decisive Communications, EXFO, Kaon, Kentik, Technetix, VeEX, and Viavi.

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