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Royal College of Surgeons to Host SCTE Autumn Lecture and AGM

The SCTE is to hold its Autumn Lecture and Annual General Meeting at the Royal College of Surgeons in Lincoln's Inn Fields next week. Held on 29th October in the Eleanor Colley-Davies Lecture Theatre (LT2) of the RCS, the SCTE Autumn Lecture focuses on the theme of "Managing the Overheads."

The programme will include topics around trends in cabling, subscriber Quality of Experience and cable training plus LTE and 4K. Presenters include Martin Karlsson, Deputy CTO of Net Insight talking on "IP QoS Objectives for Broadcast Service," and the Chairman of Broadband Training Ltd., Chris Swires, and Mike Thornton, SCTE's Training Committee Chairman, will present new broadband/cable training materials.

In addition, Brian Stevenson from Seawell Networks will talk on the subject of "Scaling Content Delivered over Managed IP and OTT Networks," and Jan Ariesen, Chief Technical Officer of Technetix, will cover: "Stretching the Capex of the HFC Network." The event will be followed by the SCTE's AGM and finally a cocktail party at 5.30pm in the RCS's Hunterian Museum.

"Once again we have an excellent programme with some very interesting contributions from our speakers," commented SCTE President, Dr Roger Blakeway. "We are delighted with the new venue which promises to bring a new experience to our successful lecture series."

The full speaker programme can be downloaded at Those wishing to participate in the Autumn Lecture can register at:

For further information, see Sara Waddington on +44 (0)777 3488771 [Main office: +44 (0)1923 815500] or e-mail [email protected], or contact Sheila Lashford on +44 (0)1636 812152, email [email protected].

About SCTE
Founded in 1945, the SCTE™ is a Learned Society and non-profitmaking organisation whose aim is to raise the standard of broadband engineering in the telecommunications industry. The Society particularly concerns itself with the training and career advancement of technical professionals in the field. Website:

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