Distributed Access Architectures for cable are a hot topic. We dispel the technological myths.
European Marketing Director for Cable, Nokia
Steve currently leads the Nokia marketing effort for MSOs in the European region which includes the positioning of a rich portfolio of IP and Ultra-broadband products and services including Cable Wi-Fi, Consolidated IP Edge, Optical aggregation, IP Video and Cloud. With 30 years’ experience in the general telecoms industry, and numerous positions in technology design, consultancy and marketing, Steve is accustomed to the constant change and evolution that is required in sectors such as cable in order to stay ahead of rivals in what has become an intensely competitive market. Steve supports many MSO projects and is focused on bringing innovation to how MSOs architect their new residential or commercial services as on-going IP transformation becomes central to the evolving cable strategy.
Articles By Steve Davidson
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