The Cable Show 2014: It all begins with broadband

We often don’t give it a second thought when using our smartphones or tablets, but nearly all of our wireless devices travel over the broadband infrastructure. With 93 percent of U.S. homes having access to broadband from cable, much of the country’s digital economy is enabled by cable broadband.

While today’s online experiences are impressive, they represent only the start of the exciting ways that platforms and apps enabled by cable broadband will transform our lives and businesses. Finding out how we’ll get there and what the broadband infrastructure will look like when we do are just two reasons why the Cable Show 2014, April 29-May 1, in Los Angeles, is a must-attend event for innovators in the digital technology community.

Hosted by the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, the Cable Show features top companies and brands in television, technology and digital media, offering opportunities for a close-up view of what’s new, what matters and what’s next in broadband.

Register to attend by April 11 and receive a free pass to visit the Cable Show exhibit floor. Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity for a firsthand look at the dynamic future of broadband and for the chance to interact with the people who are taking it there. Register today.