Aug 19, 2016
Today’s blog post is by the chief executive officer of the Small Cell Forum, Sue Monahan. Sue writes how reliable voice and data services in every corner of every building are essential for enabling new operator revenue streams and to help enterprises enhance their businesses. Indoor cellular coverage is at the heart of the Small Cell Forum’s work program and is central to its new Release 7. Sue notes how some of the key themes of the Small Cell Forum’s approach to the HetNet are reflected in CommScope’s small cell strategy. See the blog for more information and to access Release 7.
Aug 18, 2016
As we move further into the deployment of the Internet of Things, the role of the physical layer inside buildings is becoming more varied. Technologies such as Power over Ethernet and HDBaseT are expanding the universe of devices that can be connected and powered by the network. See today’s blog post by David Beihoff, and the CommScope “Connected and Efficient Buildings” e-book, for more information about deploying the right network infrastructure.
Jul 8, 2016
Who will be the most connected sports fans on 10 July? Koen ter Linde, Head of Enterprise, Europe, talks about how stadiums like the Stade de France are catering to the demands of millennials who are keen to share instant match updates with family and friends. State-of-the-art wireless communication systems are no longer ‘nice to have features’– they’re now an essential part of any modern stadium experience.
Jun 30, 2016
The acquisition of Airvana expanded CommScope’s leadership and capabilities in providing indoor wireless capacity and coverage. Today, all of Airvana’s product material is now available on CommScope.com. Josh Adelson, director of product marketing, explains where you can find relevant material in this blog post.