Technetix was delighted to receive the ‘Innovation and Breakthrough Award’ at the Liberty Global Tech Summit 2018. This award was presented for the Technetix Virtual Segmentation™ solution, a combined award with Liberty Global. Technetix worked closely with the engineering teams at Liberty Global to develop the solution for the German market. Virtual Segmentation greatly reduces time and CAPEX investment when deploying Remote PHY.
Technetix is delighted to announce the appointment of Sandy Howe as Executive Vice President and President, Americas, reporting to Chief Executive and Founder, Paul Broadhurst.
In this role, Howe is responsible for all functions for the US, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean, including sales, customer service, product management, finance, HR and operations. In addition, she partners with the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Product Officer to develop product strategies specific to the Americas market. Sandy is also a member of the Core Executive team to help drive global strategic plans.
The SCTETM (Society for Broadband Professionals) confirmed the winners of its prestigious 2018 Technological Innovation awards at its Gala Annual Awards Dinner on 2 June 2018 in London. The competition honours innovative products, systems and concepts in the broadband industry. Out of the three award categories, Technetix is delighted to have won in two of the product categories, while being shortlisted in the third.
The Technetix Virtual Segmentation™ solution was the winner in the Best Digital Processing Solution category. This technology provides extra capacity on existing coaxial cable to feed a Remote PHY device without deploying fibre to the new segmentation site. Fibre deep, node split, or distributed architectures can be used to segment networks into smaller service groups. Fibre is often utilised but driving it deeper into the network means waiting longer for civic permits and higher costs - Virtual Segmentation solves this. This technology is currently being trialled by major European broadband operators.
Euskaltel Group selects Technetix state of the art technology to upgrade its cable broadband network in Spain.
12th Sep, 2018, ZARAGOZA, SPAIN – Technetix, a leading global broadband cable and telecommunications equipment provider, is pleased to have been selected by Euskaltel Group to supply its state of the art technology as a part of its evolution of the broadband access network to DOCSIS 3.1. This technology will bring ultra-fast connection speeds and increased capacity to Euskaltel, R and Telecable large fixed broadband subscriber base, with Euskaltel Group becoming one of Technetix’ largest strategic customers.
Technetix, leading global broadband cable and telecommunications equipment provider, will be showcasing their award winning DBx Remote PHY node solution at ANGA COM 2018, which has been developed incorporating Harmonic Inc's Pebble-1 Remote PHY device (RPD). This RPD is compatible with the Harmonic CableOS™ Virtual CMTS and many other industry core CMTS systems. Optionally also powered by Virtual Segmentation™, this solution allows operators to deploy Remote PHY even faster than using traditional fibre uplinks.
Technetix, a leading global broadband cable and telecommunications equipment provider, is pleased to have been selected by NOWO to supply its state-of-the-art DBx optical and RF platform and AIMA optical headend systems. These are to be installed to upgrade the HFC NOWO network. The system includes hundreds of Technetix DBE-1200 nodes, a thousand DBE-1200 RF amplifiers, all of which are to be fed by Technetix AIMA headend optical platforms.