Welcome to Broadband Library
Let me welcome you to the award-winning Broadband Library, the leading repository of technical knowledge by the People, for the People of broadband cable. Broadband Library has been sharing key technical information for over 17 years through the stories of top industry leaders.
Each of the 15,000+ members of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) receives the Library
on a quarterly basis as an exclusive member-benefit. SCTE E-blasts the publication each quarter an on-line copy to each and every member. Printed copies of Broadband Library are mailed to VIP operational members holding job titles of Engineering Supervisors, Field Level Operational Management, VP, General Managers, Directors and other management level professionals including CEOs, COOs, CTO, s CFOs, EVPs, and SVPs
Our editorial is quite unique and differs from any technology publication containing loads of information for members in a refreshing format written by top-level business leaders, engineers and Society representatives voicing their opinions and views on the broadband industry and its technology.
We have the top brass write on a quarterly basis. Such notable engineers as Jay Junkus, Dermot O'Carroll, Dan Pike, Ray Thomas, Jorge Salinger, John Vartanian, and of course our beloved Phantom of the Library (a well-known engineer that hides his identity) each issue.
A well-known "Guest Author" appears every quarter, writing about technological advancements or issues of concern to the industry. Past "Guest Authors" have included some of the industry's top leaders and visionaries, such as Bill Bresnan, Bill Daniels, Richard Green, Leo Hindery, Amos Hostetter, Jerry Kent, John Malone, John Rigas, Jim Robbins, Ted Rogers, John Sie, Tony Werner, Michael Willner, and more recent years, Nomi Bergman, Wayne Davis, Mike LaJoie, Edward Rogers, Ray Celona, John Schanz, Kevin Hart, Brian Allen and so many more 68 in total to date.
Page after page of great editorial, products and services all make up the exciting "story" of broadband cable that evolves each issue – just as technology evolves and advances.