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Converging Communication Networks – Emerging Cabling Considerations

Posted by James Donovan on January 18, 2017
The future looks bright for IT managers; however, they also need to predict the future. They need to assess their cabling infrastructure needs and how it will benefit their network years to come. In this blog, James Donovan explains how a particular Infrastructure Academy course can provide students with all aspects of design and implementation of network infrastructure cabling.

A Look Back at 2016: How Multiplexing Techniques Enable Higher Speeds On Fiber Optic Cabling

Posted by James Donovan on December 27, 2016
As we say good-bye to 2016, we look back at some of our most shared blogs of the year. Why are there so many multiplexing technologies? What do they mean to you and how you deploy the right networks? James Donovan explains three multiplexing technologies and how they are enabling the evolution of network speeds.

Spot the Cabling Nerd

Posted by James Donovan on August 29, 2016
It’s rare that during parties or get-togethers the topic “network infrastructure” is discussed. People might know about it, but they have no clue how important it is to their day-to-day lives. They do not know how important cabling is for network infrastructure, including the wireless industry. James Donovan explains how you can become a cabling evangelist with the help of the CommScope Infrastructure Academy.

How Multiplexing Techniques Enable Higher Speeds on Fiber Optic Cabling

Posted by James Donovan on July 25, 2016
Why are there so many multiplexing technologies? What do they mean to you and how you deploy the right networks? James Donovan explains three multiplexing technologies and how they are enabling the evolution of network speeds.

Optimize Network Performance with PIM Certification

Posted by James Donovan on June 27, 2016
Who wants a cell phone without signal? Learn how to avoid the threat of signal degradation caused by Passive Intermodulation and how the Infrastructure Academy’s PIM certification course can allow you to detect signal degradation before it wreaks havoc on your network. James Donovan highlights a course that will make you PIM certified.

16 Ways to Secure Investment for Network Infrastructure Training

Posted by James Donovan on May 30, 2016
How do you encourage your employees to further their training? Everyone knows it is important, but time and resources must be made available. In this blog, James Donovan provides you with simple do’s and don’ts on getting not only your employees’ acceptance, but your company’s buy-in.

The Data Center of the Future: Limitless, Connected and Efficient (Part 1)

Posted by Kam Patel on April 26, 2016
We all know IoT, generation mobile and increased bandwidth consumption will impact data centers. Want to know what attributes are needed to keep your data center current and ready for the future? Kam Patel highlights a few of the attributes and give you information on an upcoming event where you can openly discuss with experts and peers.

Managing Fiber Connectivity in Service Provider Networks

Posted by James Donovan on April 25, 2016
A service provider building a fiber network is only successful if that network has a well built infrastructure based on a strong fiber cable and connectivity management systems. Recently, the CommScope Infrastructure Academy launched five new courses covering different fiber connectivity options. James Donovan explains in this blog.

Providing More DAS Training Opportunities to Women

Posted by Pinder Chauhan on April 21, 2016
CommScope is including new training classes in its unique DAS training opportunity for women within wireless partner organizations. Training courses for FlexWave and InterReach DAS are now available to women who are eligible to participate in the free program. CommScope is also sponsoring the new Women in Comms organization, which is hosting an event May 23 in Austin, Texas. Blog author Pinder Chauhan talks more about these programs in today’s post.

Clean Optical Fiber Means Clean Data

Posted by James Donovan on March 28, 2016
What causes interference in your optical fiber networks? If you don’t maintain and clean the fibers, then even microscopic debris can cause major issues. James Donovan provides you several ways on how to properly clean your fibers.

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