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CommScope Definitions: What is Ultra-Low Loss?

Posted by James Young on August 18, 2017
Fiber is vital to data centers. This network infrastructure is constantly increasing the speed and efficiency, enabling higher data throughput; however, fiber cabling and connections lose a certain amount of signal. Today’s standard of high performance is Ultra-Low Loss. James Young explains this topic as part of the CommScope Definitions blog series.

2 Ways Fiber Has Improved Information Security

Posted by Erik Gronvall on August 11, 2017
Do you want to know how fiber technology has improved information security? It’s a lot easier than you think. In fact, fiber networks are a lot harder to crack than those you see in old movies. In this Fiber Friday vlog, Erik Gronvall gives you two ways fiber has improved information security for all of us.

Navigating the Road to Terabit Ethernet

Posted by James Young on August 10, 2017
The road to terabit Ethernet is long and winding…. but terabit Ethernet IS coming. CommScope’s Jim Young walks us through the Ethernet Roadmap, and why it’s a map worth following.

Five Characteristics of Data Center Single Mode Fiber Deployment

Posted by Anthony Haupt on August 4, 2017
Single mode vs. multimode fiber. The decision rests with the customer, as the type of fiber is not always one-size-fits-all. CommScope’s Anthony Haupt has the 5 characteristics to keep in mind when deciding on single mode.

Fibers Smaller Than a Strand of Hair

Posted by Jessica Olstad on August 1, 2017
As the saying goes, the devil is in the details. Truer words have never been spoken when you look at the details in an FTTX deployment. They can make or break a project. So when one company needed to train their technicians, they turned to CommScope to ensure accuracy. Jessica Olstad explains in this blog post.

We Need to Stop Thinking “Not in My Backyard”

Posted by Erik Gronvall on July 28, 2017
We need to embrace more fiber-to-the-home deployments. If we want to enjoy the fruits of great connectivity, then we need stop being afraid of fiber deployment projects that may come close to our homes or even our backyards. In this Fiber Friday vlog, Erik Gronvall talks about consumer demand for more bandwidth and the “not in my backyard” syndrome related to FTTH.

Are You a Mason?

Posted by Mark Monroe on July 26, 2017
There’s a worldwide construction project going on that you probably haven’t even noticed. It has nothing to do with building roads or skyscrapers, but it does require an infrastructure. A digital one. Guest blogger Mark Monroe with Infrastructure Masons explains why he needs YOU to help.

What is the Future of Rural Broadband?

Posted by Chad Engel on July 25, 2017
It doesn’t matter if you live on a farm or in the big city. Demand is demand is demand. And it’s not waning. So, how can carriers – and end users – benefit from increased rural broadband? In this blog, Chad Engel has one company’s story that you need to see to believe.

The Impossible Mission Force for Inband Interference—IMF

Posted by Mohamed Nadder Hamdy on July 16, 2017
Cellular operators spend millions of dollars each year on spectrum allocation. Despite this, users still might encounter mobile reception problems. Read Dr. Mohamed Nadder Hamdy’s blog on how operators can mitigate interference.

How WDM Helps With 5G Deployment

Posted by Wes Oxlee on July 14, 2017
Before 5G is upon us, service providers want to get the most out of their current fiber networks. One way they can is by using passive wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) devices. In this Fiber Friday vlog, Wes Oxlee explains the advantages this technology gives services providers getting ready for 5G.

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