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August 13, 2020
Open RAN is accelerating the global availability of 5G across various deployment models and strategies. In this blog, Colin Bryce explores the importance of tower top infrastructure in an Open RAN paradigm.
August 12, 2020
What do the game Tetris, fiber panels, cassettes, splice cassettes, adapters and modules all have in common? In this blog, Jennifer Duits provides you with the answer, and that answer is the G2 portfolio.
August 10, 2020
CommScope’s solutions for network reliability are built on four pillars of expertise: performance testing, network application, material science, and field training.
August 06, 2020
What is the connection between 5G beamforming antennas and Transformers? Read this blog from Mohamed Nadder Hamdy to find out.
August 05, 2020
High winds and inclement weather pose a challenge for communications infrastructure in general, and microwave antennas in particular. Operators often experience trouble with paths due to misaligned antennas and damaged towers in the wake of heavy storms. Kevan Williams explains in this blog.
August 04, 2020
The CommScope Professional Services team has been working with operators around the world to build their network capacity through node splitting. Recently, a Tier 1 service provider reached out to the team to ramp up its system-wide node-splitting project. Read more about building bandwidth with node splits.
July 31, 2020
CRN named CommScope's Bart Giordano to its 2020 list of Top 100 Executives. This annual list recognizes the trailblazing technology executives who are shaping, transforming, and positively disrupting the IT channel. Pramod Badjate explains Bart’s accolade in this blog.
July 29, 2020
Workspaces have changed and will continue to evolve as people slowly return to offices. Guest blogger, Phil Langley from Anixter, talks about the standards and technologies that can provide support for converged audio-visual solutions.
July 28, 2020
100G optics are hitting the market en masse and 400G is expected sometime next year. Nevertheless, data traffic continues to increase and the pressure on data centers is only ramping up. In this blog, James Young explains that between the standards bodies and the industry, significant and promising developments are underway that could get data centers to 400G and 800G.