Jul 27, 2017
When a new cabling technology is developed, it’s natural to assume it was designed to carry higher speeds. While that’s usually a safe assumption, there are instances where new media types are developed to provide more cost-effective transport for lower speed applications. Case in point: single pair Ethernet. Learn more in this blog post and the linked white paper.
Jun 13, 2017
We’re willing to bet you haven’t used a fax machine in a while. All innovations have their moment in the sun. But with 5G on the horizon, there will be other great things to take its place. First, the worlds of wireless and wireline need to converge. CommScope’s Craig Culwell shines a light on how you can hear more on future network connectivity.
May 3, 2017
Since installing new fiber can be expensive and time-consuming, some carriers are leveraging the extensive footprint and coverage of their existing fiber-to-the-home networks to provide backhaul for wireless networks. By utilizing some innovative fiber connectivity solutions, operators can use the same fiber strands for multiple services. Wes Oxlee explains more about the technologies in this blog post and the updated “LTE Best Practices” eBook.
Mar 6, 2017
Remember the days when a transoceanic phone call took forever to connect? Now it sounds like you’re in the same room! It all has to do with levels of latency. Joseph Coffey shines a light -- on the speed of light – in this video blog post.