Inc. will showcase during the upcoming SCTE
Cable-Tec Expo® how three key components of a network—technology,
intelligence and energy conservation—can reap big rewards for cable and
multi-system operators (MSOs) in cost savings and improved performance.
“We believe CommScope is unique in offering a complete solution
portfolio allowing operators to provide consumers with today’s advanced
services while also preparing them for demands of the future,” said Ric
Johnsen, senior vice president, Broadband, CommScope. “We work with our
customers to understand the specific business challenges they face and
then develop solutions to help them achieve their critical goals. Cost
effectively managing the increasing demand for bandwidth tops the list
of customer concerns, and CommScope offers a variety of solutions to
help operators overcome this challenge.”
During the November 15-17 SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in Atlanta, CommScope, a
global leader in infrastructure solutions for communications networks,
will showcase how it can help operators maximize their network’s
performance and efficiency by implementing:
Intelligent networking solutions
Energy conservation solutions
For example, as operators’ networks evolve to accommodate more IP based
services, they can deploy CommScope’s innovative and award-winningwideband
edge QAM (quadrature amplitude modulation) solution. It can maximize
a network’s flexibility by allowing operators to roll out their existing
voice, video and data services plus support higher bandwidth and
next-generation services over HFC (hybrid fiber coax) networks without
the need for additional hardware or service disruptions. In addition to
improving a headend’s density, it is designed to reduce power
consumption in headend/hub environments through consolidation of
equipment (requires less power for equipment and for HVAC).
“This is just one example of how CommScope is working to help operators
maximize the effectiveness of their network,” Johnsen added.
CommScope will also advise MSOs on how to add intelligence into their
networks, allowing them to make adjustments to parameters improving
network performance and increasing overall operational efficiency.
Another noteworthy solution that will be discussed at the show is the
advancements of CommScope’s hydrogen
fuel cell technology and cooling solutions to help operators reduce
energy consumption and provide clean backup power at hub site locations.
“CommScope has a long, trusted history in the cable and
telecommunication industries,” Johnsen added. “As our customers and
industry continued to evolve, so has CommScope.”
SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2011, hosted by the Society of Cable
Telecommunication Engineers (SCTE), will be held at the Georgia World
Congress Center. CommScope’s booth (No. 1854) will have interactive
touchscreens showcasing many of the technology, intelligence and energy
conservation and management solutions the company has to offer the cable
television industry. CommScope will also participate in the Green
Pavilion, Booth 20, where the 5-kilowatt fuel cell will be on display.
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has played a role in virtually all the world’s best communication
networks. We create the infrastructure that connects people and
technologies through every evolution. Our portfolio of end-to-end
solutions includes critical infrastructure our customers need to build
high-performing wired and wireless networks. As much as technology
changes, our goal remains the same: to help our customers create,
innovate, design, and build faster and better. We’ll never stop
connecting and evolving networks for the business of life at home, at
work, and on the go.
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