By Daniel Frankel
NEW ORLEANS -- As always, the SCTE show here afforded attendees plenty of new technologies and services to check out. From DOCSIS 3.1 to virtual reality, there was something for everyone.
But what where the highlights from this year's show? And what was it like on the show floor?
Check out our guide to this year's SCTE show floor, in pictures, and let us know what you think in the comments!
Concurrent offered virtual auto racing at its booth.
Emerson had one of the many booths affiliated with the SCTE's "Energy 2020" effort.
There were plenty of installer vehicles on hand in case attendees needed to make a quick get-away. (Note: Get-away driver will arrive between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. There is no tracking app.)
While their day jobs have them focused on mundane aspects of consumer demand, cable pros were curious about finding extraterrestrial intelligence.
The folks at Universal Electronics have a remote to fit any grip.
One of the main themes this year at the show was written on the Harmonic booth wall.
TiVo offered physical proof that its TiVo Bolt is not vaporware.