The SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals) is hosting its annual Spring Lecture for members and partners as part of its commitment to educate and inform. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the event, which was to be hosted at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham, will instead be a virtual one this year, taking place on the SCTE’s own dedicated Zoom platform.
With an impressive roster of speakers, the event focuses on the fibre roll out currently taking place around the country, rising to the challenges wrought by the pandemic and the enormous reliance the general public is now placing on superfast broadband provision in their homes. Representing Holland Electronics (an SCTE corporate member), Peter Adams, Market Manager – Datacenter, will be delivering a presentation on High-Capacity Datacenter Splicing, addressing current and future challenges.
Registration Link: There is no need to register in advance. The event is free of charge and places are unlimited. The event begins at 2pm London, UK Time / 10am EDT, on March 24 via this link: https://bit.ly/38arZa6
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About SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals)
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. As a Learned Society, the SCTE provides accreditation and certification for its members, giving them professional standing within the industry. See www.thescte.eu
The SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals) celebrated its 75th anniversary last year and, as an anniversary gift to the industry, made a free special edition of the SCTE Fibre Optic Transmission for Technicians Course available. The Society produces a quarterly Broadband Journal and bi-annual handbook.
For further information, please contact Melissa Cogavin: tel: +44 (0)7501 780342 main office: +44 (0)1923 815500, email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.theSCTE.eu