CableLabs hires industry vet Doug Jones as principal architect

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Jones began working for CableLabs back in November as a contractor and was converted to full-time status on April 3.

CableLabs has confirmed the return of cable industry engineering veteran Doug Jones, who has taken on the role of principal architect. 

According to a spokeswoman for the industry technology consortium, Jones began working for CableLabs back in November as a contractor and was converted to full-time status on April 3. 

“He is principal architect working in R&D in the wired technologies group,” Elena Fuhrmann told FierceCable. “Specific responsibilities include working on optical technologies and applications such as DOCSIS 3.1, Full Duplex DOCSIS and back-haul for wireless services.” 


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News of Jones’ hiring was first reported by Multichannel News

Jones’ first stint at CableLabs ran from 1996 to 2002, during which time he worked on the original DOCSIS project. 

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Jones most recently served as VP of access technologies for Comcast, where he worked on DOCSIS, FTTH, PON, Wi-Fi and HFC networks. Prior, he was chief cable architect for switched digital video company BigBand Networks, which was acquired by Arris in 2011. 


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