About the Author
Bill Walter is a corporate communications manager for CommScope, responsible for advancing CommScope’s conversation with the wireless industry. He previously served in corporate communications positions of increasing responsibility with CommScope and Andrew Corporation. Bill has a bachelor's degree from Marquette University and a master's degree from Loyola University Chicago.
Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest mobile event, saw 108,000 attendees pass through its doors in Barcelona. In this video interview from MWC17 with RCR Wireless, Philip Sorrells reflects on how the ideas of densification, virtualization and optimization came to life during the week.
If life is keeping you too busy to read CommScope’s Connected and Efficient Buildings e-book, check out this blog post. It links to 12 blog posts based on the e-book. You can skim the list and find the one or two topics you have a few minutes to read. And if you can squeeze it in, register for the free February 2 webcast about wireless applications and technologies inside enterprise buildings.
CommScope will host a Twitter Chat on September 20 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 pm Eastern (4 p.m. – 5 p.m. GMT) about optimizing LTE networks for higher capacity. Six of CommScope‘s wireless network experts will answer questions live. The 10 pre-scripted questions that will frame the conversation are listed in today’s blog post by Bill Walter. But anyone can ask questions and join in the conversation on Twitter on September 20. Get involved by searching for the hashtag #COMMtweets.
CommScope will be hosting a Twitter Chat on September 20 about “Optimizing LTE Networks for Higher Capacity.” As more and more LTE networks are deployed, an ongoing need is to add capacity to handle all that wireless traffic. A number of CommScope’s wireless network experts will be on Twitter at the same time to answer questions about how best to do so. See today’s blog post by Bill Walter for more information.
As CommScope celebrates its 40th anniversary, co-founder and current Chairman of the Board Frank Drendel and current CEO Eddie Edwards reflect on the company’s history in today’s blog post. These two men have overseen the growth of CommScope from a spin-off cable product line to a multi-billion dollar, global designer and builder of connectivity for the world’s most advanced communications networks. You can learn more about the people and innovations behind CommScope’s 40 years by visiting our 40th Anniversary webpage.
Have questions about the heterogeneous network (HetNet)? Ask them now on Twitter using the hashtag #hetnetexperts. The @HetNetForum will be gathering the questions to have them answered during its “Ask the HetNet Experts” panel at HetNet Expo 2015 on October 28. They will also post some of the answers during and after the panel. Check out today’s blog post for more details.
A CommScope wireless project in South Africa is getting some press. CNBC Africa recently interviewed an executive leading the Gautrain commuter railway connectivity project, which brought wireless connectivity to three Gautrain train stations. Today’s blog post is a Q&A with Claire Nitch, the sales manager for CommScope involved in the project. She provides more details about CommScope’s role and how commuters will benefit.
CommScope recently hosted a Twitter chat about LTE network implementation. Six CommScope wireless experts answered questions about LTE best practices and the evolution of networks. See today’s blog post by Bill Walter for a summary of the Twitter chat and a link to the #COMMtweets.
CommScope is hosting a Twitter chat on Tuesday, June 30 at 12 noon EDT about LTE network implementation. Participants from all backgrounds are welcome to join and dialogue with a panel of thought-leaders. Just follow the hashtag #COMMtweets and include it in your tweets. Today’s blog post lists the questions the LTE experts plan to address, and outside questions are welcome, too.
CommScope will be hosting a Twitter discussion on June 30 that will explore and offer advice around LTE implementation. Some of the company’s wireless network experts will answer questions and further discuss major themes outlined in CommScope’s recently released eBook, “LTE Best Practices.” Participants from all backgrounds are invited to join the discussion. See today’s blog post from Bill Walter to learn more about the online event and how to get involved.