Connectivity is only half of the Internet of Things (IoT) puzzle; these devices also need power. One way to accomplish this is with Power over Ethernet (PoE). This technology is being used to remotely power hundreds of millions of devices over the same cable that provides network connectivity. Keeping track of these devices and making sure the network can support and power them is becoming more difficult as more devices are brought online.

Connectivity in the building is increasingly important, and IT managers are always looking for ways to drive more value out of their wired infrastructure. Automated Infrastructure Management (AIM) systems like imVision have been developed to manage end-to-end connectivity in the building. To see how CommScope enhanced our imVision system to also manage PoE, check out my new video and this description of features.

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Jason Bautista

Jason Bautista manages Market Development and Enterprise Strategy for Workspace Solutions at CommScope. He joined the Strategy and Market Development team in 2017 after joining CommScope in 2015 through the BNS acquisition from TE Connectivity. The team works to identify, analyze and monitor external and internal environments with a primary focus on strategic revenue enhancement directives of growth, profitability, and sustainability. Jason has more than 17 years of experience in the networking industry having held various customer facing positions in product development, marketing and support for a diverse range of networks and customers across the globe.

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