Smart communities of tomorrow depend on wireless. As the demand for wireless connectivity grows, we’re working on the next generation of wireless technologies, like mobile, Wi-Fi and wireless-wireline network convergence.
Wired architecture is the backbone of the high-speed, low latency access network of the future. Our breakthrough innovations in this area will allow cable operators to support new high-bandwidth services and enable significant expansion of fiber in the network.
In an era of smart devices and clouds, cybersecurity is paramount. We’re working with the global tech industry to deploy security controls and architectures that can keep vacation photos and retirement funds safe.
Research in machine learning and swarm intelligence can lead to breakthroughs that will greatly improve our lives. Our team is already exploring some of the possibilities and is preparing the network to support AI advancements of the future.
Our strategy is designed to benefit the entire value chain, from cable operators, the startup community, product suppliers, component manufacturers — all the way to subscribers who are able to experience improved services in their homes and businesses.
Our unique position within the cable industry allows us to drive policy priorities in wireless, broadband, cybersecurity and many other areas. Our industry’s economic well-being and competitive future depends on it.
Rob has been engaged in significant policy decisions for over a decade, helping to shape today’s communications technology landscape. He has deep expertise in wireless spectrum, and has facilitated the development of mobile and Wi-Fi technologies and services by bringing new spectrum to market. He is now responsible for CableLabs' multinational technology policy and standards work, and he regularly provides guidance to board-level audiences across a range of strategic issues.
Dr. Jennifer Andreoli-Fang is a distinguished technologist with more than 10 years of experience in leading research and development activities in the cable and wireless industries. She has numerous high quality patents in the areas of LTE and cellular systems, Wi-Fi, and DOCSIS and was recognized as CableLabs’ Inventor of the Year in 2014-15.
Dr. Alberto Campos is CableLabs' first Fellow. With 30 years of experience and a PhD in electrical engineering, Alberto currently has 21 patents in the areas of wireless networks and optical communications.
Steve Glennon is a Distinguished Technologist in the Advanced Technology Group of Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. His primary role is identifying major commercial opportunities for the cable industry around new technology, and re-inventing the broadband experience. Steve has worked on technologies such as voice activation, virtual and augmented reality, new network architectures for wired and wireless networks.
Dr. Arianne Hinds is a principal architect of video and standards strategy with over 25 years in the areas of image and video compression, including MPEG and JPEG. She currently serves as the head of the United States delegation to MPEG, as the Chairperson of the L3.1 Committee for United States MPEG Development Activity for the InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards.
Doug Jones is a Principal Architect at CableLabs; an R&D and Innovation organization that is dedicated to creating and driving technologies and innovations critical to the cable industry’s technology roadmap. At CableLabs, Doug is responsible for developing the Full Duplex DOCSIS certification program. With over 24 years in the cable industry as both an operator and a supplier, Doug has been focused on driving fiber deeper into the HFC network, the evolution of DOCSIS technology and products, and the Proactive Network Maintenance of DOCSIS systems.
Daryl has led research projects related to wireless including Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) and LTE-U. Prior to this, he led research in next generation video technologies, including 4K (UHDTV), Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and IP video delivery. Prior to video technology research, he led the technical development of the voice related applications, including a project, which provided a centralized, dynamic method for cable operators to peer voice related communications.
Jon is a Lead Engineer for CableLabs’ Wired Technologies team, focused on Remote PHY technologies. He is managing the Remote PHY and Remote MACPHY programs, developing solutions and championing the cable industry toward Distributed Access Architectures of the future. Jon works closely with cable operators and technology partners to develop and deliver innovative and new concepts, designs and strategic initiatives for the cable industry.
Michael Glenn leads the cybersecurity program at CableLabs, the world’s leading innovation organization focused on the secure delivery of high speed data, video, voice and next generation services. Michael and his team work in a variety of ecosystems and technologies to incorporate strong security principals into the design, specification, and implementation of products and services important to CableLabs members. Areas of focus include broadband (DOCSIS), wireless, trust management, IoT (consumer and medical), SDN/NFV, carrier security, blockchain, and next generation home and mobile networks.
Michelle curates resources and produces experiences that build creative confidence and innovation leadership within individuals and teams inside CableLabs and across CableLabs Member companies.