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Breaking the Mold: Life as a Millennial

Lydia Eagle - Dec 8, 2016

Millennials, the generation born between 1980 and 2000, are connected with technology as no generation has been before. And since they are estimated to make up 75 percent of the workforce and to have over $1 trillion in spending power in the United States alone by 2025, their attitudes about technology will impact the way service providers and technology vendors shape their services and products. This blog from Lydia Eagle is the the third in a series of blogs from millennials around the world opening up on how they use technology. Read more

Top 10 CommScope Innovations: Base Station Antenna Beam Tilting

Lou Meyer - Dec 7, 2016

Today’s blog post announces one of the top 10 innovations made by CommScope (or one of its acquired companies)—base station antenna beam tilting. This innovation enabled wireless network operators to improve their coverage areas and network performance. The ability to adjust, optimize and control antenna patterns remains a key tool for delivering high-performing wireless networks to users, says blog author Lou Meyer. Read more


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