Jon Schnoor is a Lead Engineer for CableLabs’ Wired Technologies team, focused on the Distributed
CCAP Architecture (DCA) Program, including Remote PHY (R-PHY) and Flexible MAC Architecture (FMA) technologies. He is leading the R-PHY and FMA projects developing specifications, solutions and championing the cable industry toward Distributed Access Architectures of the future. Jon works closely with cable operators and technology partners to develop and deliver innovative and new concepts, designs and strategic initiatives for the cable industry.
Prior to joining CableLabs, he was Director of Advanced Solutions Engineering for Ubee Interactive’ s
Advanced Wireless Gateway Organization. In his role he provided high-level engineering support for
customers, direction for the Advanced Solutions Engineering team, facilitated new business
development initiatives and supported product management in defining requirements for new cable
technologies with customers.
Previous to Ubee Interactive, he was Director of Technical Marketing at Hitachi Communications helping lead the Cable Industry’s effort with EPON and the DPoE specification. Jon was a contributing engineer with the DPoE group at CableLabs helping to develop the industry’s first fiber homerun requirements.
Jon has been in the cable and telecommunications industry for more than 24 years and prior to his
involvement with CableLabs and on the vendor side, Jon spent a majority of his career in the Operator space with various engineering groups. At Comcast, he helped design, test and deploy their provisioning and CPE support systems. At Charter Communications Jon lead voice deployments across Charter markets, including field network readiness and provisioning and was the technical lead for the Charter Home Networking product line.
Jon holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from Iowa State University and a Master’s degree in Telecommunications from the University of Colorado.