Award Recognizes Cable’s Top 100 Cable Professionals

Denver, CO., May 1, 2015 – Evolution Digital, a leading provider of digital solutions for bandwidth reclamation and next-generation set-top boxes, today announced that Brent Smith, Evolution’s President and Chief Technology Officer, has been honored with the prestigious 2015 Cablefax award. The Cablefax 100 recognizes the most influential cable executives whose leadership continues to take the industry to new heights.

With over 30 years in the cable industry and his strong leadership ability, Smith drives the roadmap and future product strategies for Evolution. He has developed over fourteen new product concepts, which led to successful deployments in over 7 major countries in the last five years. In January, Smith was appointed to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)’s Downloadable Security Technical Advisory Council (DSTAC).

“I am extremely honored to be recognized by Cablefax with this prestigious top 100 award, said Smith. This award reflects the hard work of everyone at Evolution.  Their dedication and commitment have helped make Evolution a top power player in the cable industry”.

A complete list of the 2015 top 100 cable professionals can be found in the May edition of Cablefax Magazine.

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About Evolution Digital
Headquartered in Denver, CO, Evolution Digital, LLC offers cost-effective, digital turnkey solutions that enable cable operators to economically deploy advanced digital cable services and improve their competitive viability.  They do this by recapturing bandwidth and improving the utilization of their existing cable infrastructure. Evolution’s products include low-cost Digital-to-Analog (DTA) converters for use on secondary television sets, advanced TiVo set-top converters for a state-of-the-art video service and digital security-enabled head-end equipment for a complete system solution.

For additional information, contact:
Lisa Duncan, Marketing Manager, 303-875-5561,

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