01.21.2005 12:00 AM
Broadband Experts to Present Technical Papers at NCTA Show
Twenty-nine experts will present technical papers at the 2005 National Cable and Telecommunications (NCTA) convention.

Six technical sessions will cover subjects including Premise and Consumer Electronics issues, Wide-Area Networking, Emerging On-Demand and Digital Rights Management. Titles include "Everything On Demand: Enabling Customer Control Through Emerging On-Demand Services" and "Next Generation Network Architecture."

"For 45 years, the NCTA technical papers have featured the leading minds in the cable and telecommunications industry," said William Check, NCTA senior vice president.

The convention runs from April 3-5 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. For more information on The National Show, visit its Web site .

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