Q4 2017 Webcasts

Understanding AC3 Audio - Standards and Headend Audio Balancing

This Webcast will provide a view into the Dolby AC3 audio standards and the newer AC3-E Enhanced Audio. The webcast will talk about the development of AC3 audio, the tools used to measure AC3 audio, the effect the CALM Act has had on Commerical Advertising audio levels, and the steps to take to properly balance headend and Ad Insertion audio levels.
Presenter: Andrew Dahl – September 28, 2017
11:00 EDT/ 3:00 GMT

ARRIS Technology Primer: Resolving Wi-Fi Issues in the Subscriber's Home

This Webcast will provide some guidelines, tips, and tricks into troubleshooting Wi-Fi issues within a Subscriber's home.  This webcast will include a discussion in monitoring tools and likely causes of poor performance.
Presenter: Andrew Dahl – October 19, 2017
11:00 EDT/3:00 GMT

ARRIS Technology Primer: An Introduction to IPv6

This Webcast will provide the student an introduction to IPv6 addressing and differences between IPv4 and IPv6 in relation to ARP and DHCP.
Presenter: Paul Lukowski – October 26, 2017
11:00 EDT/3:00 GMT

ARRIS Software-Firmware Delivery Tool:  How to Register and Download ARRIS Software and Firmware

This Webcast will provide the student will an introduction to the ARRIS Software Download Site and the ARRIS Single Sign-on process.
Presenter: Tom Gibson - November 2, 2017
11:00 EDT/3:00 GMT

ConvergeMedia™ SkyVision Advertising Management Suite: New Release Features of SkyVision 4.6.2 and Ad Control Manager (ACM) 3.6

This Webcast will introduce the client to the new features coming out with the latest releases of software for SkyVision and the ARRIS line of Ad Insertion Servers using Ad Control Manager.
Presenter: Andrew Dahl – November 16, 2017
11:00 EST/3:00 GMT

Digital Addressable Controller (DAC6000®): DAC6000® - Creating and Scheduling Reports

This Webcast will provide an Overview and Lab Demo on how to create reports and schedule reports for future reporting.
Presenter:  John Martin – December 14, 201711:00 EST/3:00 GMT