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Data center evolution in 2023: Efficiency is the name of the game
The last few years have introduced unprecedented business conditions for every industry, but among the most heavily affected are cloud-based services that are run by the global network of data centers. The business model has changed to accept new realities and fulfill new obligations.
Co-Packaged Optics—the Next Evolutionary Step in Data Center Switches?
Co-packaged optics (CPO) seeks to mitigate power consumption issues in data centers by placing the optical engine and ASIC on the same substrate as a single packaged assembly. Done right, CPO would not only reduce power requirements; it could also help data centers improve port density, thermal management, and bandwidth.
5G means big changes for large public venues in 2023 and beyond
We are now in the phase of 5G growth for in-building wireless. Over the the next few years, we expect to see many more 5G upgrade projects for the distributed antenna systems that deliver cellular networks in large public venues.
Bridging the Digital Divide in 2023
Bridging the digital divide will continue to be a major theme as we head into 2023, and there is still a lot of work to be done. Network providers will continue to work closely with government agencies to bridge this divide. By working together, we can make broadband for everyone a reality.
What’s the Deal with Industry 4.0 (and How Do We Deal with It)?
The fourth Industrial Revolution is about connecting people, information and processes. As such, it has the potential to radically alter not just the business of manufacturing, but how enterprises of all kinds operate.
Game Uninterrupted with the ARRIS SURFboard Thruster™ Gaming Acceleration Kit
The ARRIS SURFboard Thruster Gaming Acceleration Kit is innovation at its finest and ensures gamers properly enjoy whatever may be the next best video game to come in 2023.
Service Provider Channel Program Launch – Just Getting Started
CommScope has launched its Service Provider Channel Partner Program. Over the next 12 months, we’ll be offering our partners more tools, resources, and interaction; and our customers greater access to CommScope’s channel ecosystem of distributors, network designers and planners, installers, and solution providers.
A Look at Splicing Methods: Types, Advantages and Disadvantages
The FTTH industry has grown exponentially in recent years, leading to changes in the ways that networks are being deployed, and the methods used to patch fiber optic cables. Technological evolution now enables successful fiber connections in most environments, but there remain differences between the different methods.