Whatever term you use (passive infrastructure, transmission
media or physical layer), networks rely on the infrastructure technology
deployed to get the data from A to B.
Passive infrastructure – the physical technology that
allows us to connect and communicate – is the driving force behind modern
networks. For organizations striving to make most effective use of people,
workspaces and business systems – this infrastructure provides flexibility,
reliability and security; all key to enabling optimum worker productivity and
In this video, I explore CommScope’s set of training courses for connoisseurs of the different types of passive infrastructure available – copper, optical fiber, wireless and microwave.
VIDEO CLICK TO TWEET: What can you learn from the Infrastructure Academy's passive infrastructure training?
If you ever wondered why CommScope’s Infrastructure Academy includes
wireless courses alongside its cabling training portfolio, it is for two
To educate customers on the value of
installing a wireless overlay network – which can be accomplished faster and
less expensively when the process is completed early, instead of as an afterthought. To ensure that customers plan their
cabling infrastructures ahead of time to leverage wireless network capabilities
both today and in the future.
Gain a unique perspective of RF and optical fiber infrastructure
and differentiate yourself with the Passive Infrastructure training. To search our range of courses we offer, browse the CommScope Training
course catalog .
You can also read about the opportunities for career enhancement,
business growth, industry recognition – and CommScope Passive Infrastructure
training courses – in our eBook
. Understand the
Passive Infrastructure that Underpins Your Network