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Welcome to the “next utility”

In today’s hyper-connected workplace, ubiquitous wireless coverage is as critical as electricity and water. Employees, customers and visitors expect seamless five-bar service—whether in an office park, hotel or hospital. CommScope ensures you can deliver

Our end-to-end wireless solutions work with any technology, support multiple carriers, and dynamically adjust to capacity demands as the wireless traffic within your facility ebbs and flows throughout the day.

  • ION®-E is the low-power unified wireless infrastructure solution that consolidates your wired and wireless networks using economical Category 6A and fiber-optic cable. It’s flexible enough to adapt on the fly to changing demand—and smart enough to add new operators, bands or technologies without adding hardware.
  • ION®-U is a low- and high-power DAS solution that can cover massive indoor spaces and sprawling outdoor spaces with one compact, space-saving headend. It simplifies deployments with powerful planning, commissioning and optimization tools, making for a virtually error-proof installation.

These—along with CommScope’s other indoor solutions and technical expertise—ensure your facility’s wireless solution remains efficient while keeping those inside connected, productive and happy.

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