4-6 June 2019
Join Cisco at ANGA COM to discover how you can unlock your cable network transformation with end-to-end and top-to-bottom solutions that only Cisco can provide.
Visit our Booth R20 in Hall 8 to:
There are many approaches for transforming the cable access network. Knowing where and how to start, minimizing disruption, and maximizing future and existing investments are important considerations. Cisco is uniquely positioned for helping MSOs navigate their networks’ transformation from end to end and top to bottom—no other vendor can come close. At ANGA, Cisco will be showcasing how unlocking the promise of your network begins with a digital foundation that then supports new, intelligent operations and the web-scale agility you need. Learn how to transform your network by:
Build the foundation for your network’s future by digitalizing your access network – upgrade from analog to digital with Remote PHY nodes and shelves. Transition from analog RF/optics to an ethernet based access network, providing a future path for enabling Full Duplex DOCSIS. Pair solutions with network automation, insight, and optimization using intelligent IP-ethernet networking cable operators to economically develop and deploy new revenue generating services.
Transform physical hardware functions into virtual, cloud native operations. Consolidate headends and streamline operating processes by virtualizing headend hardware and adopting a DevOps operating philosophy. The promise of agile and elastic scalability is tied to how you do virtualization, so do it right and go cloud native.
Turn up the intelligence, agility, and utility of your network by building your converged interconnect network (CIN). Synergize new digital capabilities with virtualized functions and automate, scale, control, optimize, and secure your network, your services, and your customer’s business. Build the network fabric necessary for converging your multiple systems into a single, scalable L2/L3 IP network. Reduce overall complexity and operational overhead while introducing support for 5G services, programmatic control, insight, analysis and automation. An intelligently built interconnect network has the ability to redefine the meaning of being a Multiple System Operator (MSO) into a platform for supporting a Multitude of Service Opportunities.
Cisco will be presenting at the ANGA Congress in the following sessions:
|Tuesday, 4 June 11:00am||
10 Gigabit and Beyond:
Powering the Future of Cable - Panel
John Chapman, Cisco Fellow and the CTO of the Cable Access business
John T. Chapman is a Cisco Fellow and the CTO of the Cable Access business. John Joined Cisco when it was a start-up company 28 years ago as a design engineer. Early projects included HSSI, the 3000 router, and Smart Serial. In 1996, John co-founded the Cable BU as in internal start-up. There, John has lead the industry in architecting broadband to the home including DOCSIS, DSG, M-CMTS, Remote PHY and more recently Full Duplex DOCSIS and SmallCell/DOCSIS integration. John graduated from the University of Alberta with a BScEE, is a member of the SCTE Hall of Fame and the Cable TV Pioneer society and holds over 100 patents.
|Tuesday, 4 June 13:00pm||
PNM – The Multiple Layers of Network Maintenance, Management and Monetization
Alon Bernstein, Distinguished Engineer, Cisco Maintenance of End-to-End Network
Alon Bernstein is a Cisco Distinguished engineer working for the cisco cable CTO office and focusing on NFV, SDN and orchestration for cable service providers. Alon held various positions in cisco including chief software architect for the cable business unit. Mr. Bernstein is balancing his responsibilities for product innovation and development with his roles in multiple industry level engagements. Alon holds over 40 patents, including several core cable technologies.
|Thursday, 6th June 13:00pm||
Modern HFC Infrastructures for the 10 Gigabit Era
Luis Batalha Martins, Head of Cable Access EMEAR
Luis Martins has been working at Cisco on the Cable Industry since 2003, covering technologies, products and architectures for DOCSIS, Video and IP infrastructures for Service Providers in EMEAR.
At Cisco, Luis is heading Business Development for Cable Access in the Architecture team of the EMEAR Specialists organization, where he is responsible to drive adoption of Next Generation Cable architectures such as CCAP, DOCSIS 3.1, RPHY, CIN and Cloud CMTS, working closely with Sales, Services and Business Unit, while following the standardization activities in CableLabs. He also performs a similar architecture leadership role for mobile backhaul transport and 5G transport architectures.
Register below for a free exhibition pass. Please note that this will only provide you access to the exhibitor floor. To attend the ANGA Congress, you will require a full Conference pass which you can purchase on ANGA COM website
Cologne ,Messe , Germany
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.