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Today’s workplace is undergoing a dramatic transformation. Employees are connecting to an ever-expanding number of devices and applications, collaborating in ways not possible even just a few years ago.

To support an increasingly tech-savvy marketplace, property owners and real estate developers are rethinking the modern building using intelligent building solutions from CommScope. Utilizing our “Connected and Efficient Building” infrastructure expertise, these new structures enable wired and wireless connectivity that leads to more efficient workplace productivity.

  • Seamless in-building wireless coverage deployed and managed via a unified platform
  • Flexible cabling infrastructure built on best-in-class fiber/copper managed by imVision®
  • Leverage campus-wide scalability using passive optical LAN and fiber connectivity

If your property isn’t yet equipped to empower the future of business, let us help you transform your infrastructure into a streamlined network that promotes greater efficiencies and smarter savings.

 

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BIM is a business process for generating, leveraging and managing building data to design, construct and operate the building during its lifecycle.
Publish Date: November 11, 2015 Region: Global

Connected and efficient buildings leverage emerging technologies to provide an integrated, intelligent infrastructure to drive greater efficiency.
Publish Date: June 29, 2016 Region: Global

The Universal Connectivity Grid Design Guide provides guidelines for planning cabling infrastructure for the Intelligent Building.
Publish Date: February 16, 2015 Region: Global

Building Automation Systems and Access Control Wi-Fi and In-Building Wireless Intelligent Lighting Wired LAN and Sensors Audiovisual Services Problem: Provide the optimal infrastructure to support wired devices at the work area, including PCs, printers and VoIP terminals. Deliver high-speed communication and remote pow
Publish Date: February 16, 2015 Region: Global

This paper gives an overview of HDBaseT and why the availability of high-end digital video systems for home and commercial are creating the need for video distribution application supported by generic local area networks. 
Publish Date: February 23, 2015 Region: Global

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Aug 18, 2016
A Common Infrastructure for Connected and Efficient Buildings
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. Read more
Aug 3, 2016
IoT from Many Vantage Points
What is the Internet of Things? It depends on your vantage point, says Dave Tanis in today’s blog post. How employees, employers and IT departments experience IoT differs based on their requirements and usage. CommScope offers its viewpoint on IoT in the “Connected and Efficient Buildings” e-book, which is available for free. Read more
Jul 20, 2016
Buildings Have Been Getting Smarter for Eons
The concept of “intelligent buildings” today involves how people and machines connect and communicate, and how building owners can more efficiently manage the increasingly precious resources of energy and space. The evolution to connected and efficient buildings has introduced many new technologies, systems and deployment methods to the enterprise. In today’s blog post, Ispran Kandasamy introduces a new blog series about the network infrastructure behind connected and efficient buildings. CommScope e-book authors will be sharing more insights in future blog posts. Read more
Jun 29, 2016
How to Power Today’s Internet of Things
There is great excitement about the capabilities of a connected world with the Internet of Things (IoT). The proliferation of IP-enabled surveillance cameras is already playing a critical role in making our buildings, campuses and cities more secured today. With CommScope’s Powered Fiber Cable System, customers can deploy such edge devices at further distances, helping eliminate the need for local powering and avoiding landlord and utility negotiations. See today’s blog post by Arria Giulan for more information. Read more
Leading bank looks forward to a bright and successful future with innovative infrastructure, cabling and intelligent building solutions.
Publish Date: November 17, 2015 Region: APAC

Using CommScope fiber solutions, Merit Network extended the reach of its middle-mile fiber-optic network by 2,300 miles in just three years.
Publish Date: June 16, 2014 Region: Global,NAR

Eneco turns to CommScope to support a sustainable new world headquarters with 10G cabling Built for sustainability Eneco not only supplies energy to 2.1 million businesses and households, it also produces and trades energy. Since energy is becoming increasingly more sustainable, Eneco continues to make big investments
Publish Date: May 13, 2013 Region: EMEA

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