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ANGA COM - Cologne, 12-14 June 2018
Cisco Stand E 20, Hall 7
Are you challenged by high operational costs and low flexibility to grow your services portfolio? Did you know that as a Cable provider you are in a unique position having a robust and dense network, with the lowest cost per bit in the industry? However, how do you leverage that to achieve your business goals and competitive advantage?
Join Cisco at ANGA COM to discover how you can reinvent, automate and secure your entire Cable network to better control CAPEX, gain velocity and agility, reducing OPEX and increasing revenues.
Visit our Booth E20 in Hall 7 to:
Cisco will be presenting at the ANGA Congress in the following sessions:
|Tuesday, 12 June 1:00pm||
International CTO Panel
Sean Welch, VP/GM, Service Provider, Cisco
|Tuesday, 12 June 4:30pm||
Full Duplex DOCSIS 3.1
John Chapman, Cisco Fellow Engineering, Cisco Systems
Full Duplex DOCSIS3.1 allows MSOs to offer multi-gigabit services over HFC, resulting in significant CAPEX reduction. This session presents the latest FDX DOCSIS development, explores the migrations strategies and new service potentials.
|Wednesday, 13 June 10:00am||
Cloud Native Network Function Virtualization
Alon Bernstein, Distinguished Engineer, Cisco Systems
The web giants are all running massive parallel computing service farms that run “cloud native” applications. Can we adopt these proven highly scalable, highly reliable and cost effective designs in cable? The presentation will outline a working design that proves cable can indeed do that above.
|Wednesday, 13 June 11:45am||
Deployment Options for Distributed Access Architectures
Luis Batalha Martins, Head of Cable Access EMEAR, Cisco
The “Use Case” for the deployment of Distributed Access Architectures are varied and multi-faceted. Inherent flexibility of the solution allows for scenarios ranging from a Fibre Deep, Street side, Hub site scale out and consolidated Head end deployments all of which bring the benefits of independent scaling of MAC and PHY amongst range of other advantages.
|Wednesday, 13 June 1:30pm||
Building a SaaS based cloud video platform - sharing lessons learned
Mike McKeown, Director Business Development, Cisco
Sharing SP and Cisco experience moving to agile development, SaaS DevOps and micro services to build a next generation video platform.
|Wednesday, 13 June 2:30pm||
TV Strategies in Europe, Middle East and Africa – Market Update in cooperation with Broadband TV News
Yves Padrines, Vice President, Global Service Provider EMEAR, Cisco
The service provider space is changing fast. The days of having a ‘Captured audience’ and a ‘Walled garden’ are over. The Cable industry is in stress, new competitors, global and local are stepping in, lowering margins and shrinking the install base. Biggest challenges are the high operational costs and low flexibility to grow their services portfolio. Their legacy infrastructure, as extensive and robust as it is, is failing to scale, hard to maintain, cost too much and blocking them from protecting not to say growing their business.
However, service providers are in unique position. They own a true asset: a very intensive network, robust and dense, with the lower ‘Cost-per-bit’ in the industry.
The opportunity for service providers is right there but in order to achieve and maintain their competitive advantage they would need to:
Cisco’s cable access solution provides cable operators with a platform for business transformation. The most scalable CMTS platform in the industry, it enables multigigabit broadband services at a much lower TCO.
Remote PHY technology allows you to delivers fiber-level capacity and service tiers, without the radical physical replacement of your existing HFC plant. And new access technologies support a fully virtualized, orchestrated, and cloud-scale operating model. Together, these products and technologies provide the cloud-scale flexibility and economics you need to differentiate and grow your business, allowing you to deliver any service, anywhere, quickly and automatically.
To request a free pass, please fill in the form below with your details and a registration code will be emailed to you.
From the airport Cologne/Bonn you can reach the fair grounds in approximately 15 minutes either by tram line S-13 (to station "Köln Messe/Deutz") or by taxi. The airport Duesseldorf International is approximately 35 minutes away.
Many Eurocity and Intercity trains stop at the train station "Köln Messe/Deutz", situated directly next to the fairgrounds. Travel time from Duesseldorf or Bonn is only 25 minutes.
Shuttle buses commute on 30 and 31 May from 08:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on 1 June from 08:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at regular intervals approximately every 10 minutes between Deutz train station `Barmerplatz` and fairground entrance north. Just follow the signs. This service is complimentary for Exhibition tickets holders.
If you are coming by car, please be aware that the visitor parking is P21, next to Congress Center North. You can purchase on site a parking ticket for the whole duration of the event at 23,40Euros in total.