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Top Promising Innovations – FACT ODF Platform

Posted by Diederik Houben on March 1, 2017

Top Promising Innovation_FactNote: Last year, we unveiled our top 40 innovations made by CommScope or one of its acquired companies. This recognition was part of our 40th anniversary celebration. We are proud of all our innovations—past and present. Now, we look to new innovations that we hope will become the essential building blocks for the networks of the future. In a series of blogs, we will introduce you to our Top Promising Innovations in the world of wireless and fiber optics. We believe these innovations have the potential to have significant impact on the industry, much like some of the others from our past.


Finding the Right Data Center Model

Posted by Kam Patel on February 28, 2017

Data_Center_womanData center needs are always changing. Managers can align their data center capacity by either choosing to stay with their own onsite capacity or migrating all of their applications to a public, shared cloud. Some may choose to rent space in a multi-tenant data center (MTDC), moving away from their own facilities entirely. So how do managers decide when and how to evolve their data centers?


What is CommScope’s involvement in 5G standards?

Posted by Philip Sorrells on February 27, 2017

When technology becomes complex, collaboration is essential for success. CommScope is expanding our collaboration network for 5G technology development, including the Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research in the U.S., 5Tonic in Spain and 5GMF in Japan.


CommScope at #MWC17: A Multitude of Network Solutions

Posted by Philip Sorrells on February 24, 2017

Meeting the network capacity needs of operators now while building a solid 5G foundation is where CommScope is focused. We will be displaying a multitude of network solutions at Mobile World Congress 2017, centered around major areas of operator concern. Check out this short video for a summary of major wireless industry trends and a preview of what CommScope will be discussing at #MWC17.

   


Top Promising Innovations – ION-E Unified Wireless Infrastructure

Posted by Van Hanson on February 23, 2017

Top Promising Innovation_Ion-eNote: Last year, we unveiled our top 40 innovations made by CommScope or one of its acquired companies. This recognition was part of our 40th anniversary celebration. We are proud of all our innovations—past and present. Now, we look to new innovations that we hope will become the essential building blocks for the networks of the future. In a series of blogs, we will introduce you to our Top Promising Innovations in the world of wireless and fiber optics. We believe these innovations have the potential to have significant impact on the industry, much like some of the others from our past. 

ION-E Unified Wireless Infrastructure

Definition: The ION-E platform is a unified wireless infrastructure that leverages Ethernet cabling and frequency-agnostic remote antenna units to deliver a future-proof, easily-installed solution to address in-building wireless coverage and capacity issues.

Year of Innovation: 2014


The Future is "Cities"

Posted by Kiran Katariya on February 22, 2017

Smart_cities_chartIf the latest trends of urbanization in India are believed, people will want to settle in a city atmosphere, even though they’ll be more crowded with higher levels of carbon emissions. The biggest reason for this is because there are more opportunities for human prosperity in and around cities.  

People have long been building up cities with the blend of craftsmanship and technology. But recently, we have been able to use software and devices to monitor and govern the city in real time. The Internet of Things leads to an increase in penetration of connectivity in urban surroundings, ranging from people’s homes and cars to garbage bins and LED lights in offices. 


Check out the narrowest 1400 MHz capable multiband antenna

Posted by Martin Zimmerman on February 21, 2017

Wireless network operators are acquiring new frequency bands to add to their networks in order to better support subscribers. New spectrum requires new cell site antennas that support the latest frequency bands. With Mobile World Congress 2017 coming soon, I want to give an update about the roll-out of new frequency bands in the wireless industry and how CommScope supports them with ultra-wideband antennas—including the narrowest 1400 MHz capable multiband antenna on the market today.


Traveling Wish List: In-flight Massage and More Coffee Creamer

Posted by Jessica Olstad on February 20, 2017

Airplane_LaptopI’m a lean traveler, especially if I’m flying. I wear clothes on the plane that I know I can wear again. I pack my over-the-shoulder purse. I wear slip-on shoes. I have every mini shampoo and lotion known to man. Less is more! But in the last six months as I started to travel much more for work, I began to think less about my physical comfort and more about my virtual comfort.

CNN recently aired a story about the future of airplane travel. And it’s all about wireless connectivity. We have Wi-Fi on most flights now, and you can go paperless with your boarding pass. But there’s so much more beyond that: services in-flight that you use with your cell phone (80 percent of people have some kind of device with them anyway), virtual reality, and my favorite … the sleeping pods with built-in light and noise preferences. 


Stop Outside Disturbances in Your Network Today

Posted by Daniel Daems on February 17, 2017

This blog post is part of a new video blog series—Fiber Friday. Our subject matter experts will provide you with some insight into the world of fiber optics, covering various industry topics. 

Here is a tip—you need a stable network. You do not need anything from the outside disturbing your signal. Remember the days when you turned on your television and you didn’t get a good signal because of the weather? You didn’t like it then, and subscribers expect better service from their service operators today.

In this video blog, I explain how proper cable management can maintain your network and transmission stability, thus ensuring your customers’ satisfaction.

 


There’s No Limit to What Fiber Can Do

Posted by James Donovan on February 16, 2017

Blue_FiberFiber optics was invented in the 1970s and its potential to revolutionize telecommunications was recognized early. Its initial applications were in long distance networks such as international submarine cable, national and regional backbones.  

Gradually as costs came down, fiber moved into metro and access networks, data centers, IT server rooms and office cabling. Fiber is also used to backhaul other access networks. For the multiple system operator market, fiber is being deployed in three types of networks: HFC, PON and FTTx.


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