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What is a Leader?

Posted by Mark Alrutz on August 3, 2017
What is a leader? Truth is, there are several definitions. It depends on how people think of the person or people leading a team, a company, a family. As CommScope’s Mark Alrutz explains, there’s a common thread in the secret of success.

Optimizing Networks for Capacity: A Planning Guide

Posted by Mohamed Nadder Hamdy on July 23, 2017
Densification. Efficiency. Spectrum. Three areas to explore for adding capacity in wireless networks. Check out this blog by Dr. Mohamed Hamdy and the related planning guide for an in-depth analysis.

How Businesses Use the Internet of Things to Meet Consumer Demand

Posted by Jessica Epley on July 21, 2017
We live in a world where we expect instant mobile connectivity, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is making this happen. When implemented correctly, IoT can bring major business benefits, including boosted productivity and competitive advantage. Companies must make sure their network infrastructure can handle this massive increase in IoT data. In this blog, Jessica Epley explains how corporate enterprises are becoming interested in IoT to better serve us, the mobile consumer.

Building systems will soon run on the IT network, but who will own them?

Posted by Ed Solis on July 19, 2017
One of the questions that is still unanswered in commercial real estate is, “Who owns the network in the building?” In this blog post and video, Ed Solis talks about this challenge and CommScope’s upcoming educational seminars to help building managers and owners understand some of the expectations placed on building networks.

What’s next for 600 MHz in the U.S.?

Posted by Laura Fontaine on July 17, 2017
After about 10 months, and four stages of forward and reverse auctions, the 600 MHz incentive auction concluded in the US. Once the dust settled, the final band plan ended with 70 MHz of spectrum divided among 50 wireless licensees for a gross price of nearly $20 billion. What to do now? Comsearch’s Laura Fontaine reviews options in this blog.

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.

Campus Fiber Offers Safety, Connectivity

Posted by Simon Cowley on July 6, 2017
CommScope’s Simon Cowley is obviously very proud of his engineer daughter. And a lot of that pride has to do with where she went to school. Turns out, campus fiber was a major factor in her success. He explains in this blog.

The wireless market in CALA is heading indoors

Posted by Luciano Adami on June 25, 2017
Writing from his office in Brazil, Luciano Adami discusses the wireless market in the Caribbean and Latin America (CALA) region, particularly the growing need for in-building wireless solutions. With 80% of mobile connections made inside buildings, and only 2% of available commercial real estate having indoor cellular networks, CALA will soon be at the tipping point for wide-scale, dedicated, active indoor wireless solution deployments.

Great Strides in Service Provider Roles

Posted by Jerson Calderon on June 23, 2017
As we move to 5G, service providers will play a crucial role in several ways – from security to infrastructure. CommScope’s Jerson Calderon looks at how a reliable network comes from the people who help design it.

How Has Fiber Optics Made the World of Communications Better?

Posted by Joseph Coffey on June 16, 2017
Gone are the days of rotary phones and basic over-the-air television. There is one reason why the world of communications has changed—fiber optics. In this Fiber Friday vlog, Joseph Coffey explain how the world of communications has changed thanks to the deployment of this wonder of technology.

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