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September 30, 2020
CommScope’s commitment to delivering the most advanced products for telecommunications networks continues to be recognized by the industry. Broadband Technology Report recently conferred our Virtual Headend Portfolio, RD1322 R-PHY Device, and Smart Media Device platform to its 2020 Diamond Technology Reviews. In this blog, Joseph Depa highlights this accolade and summaries the products.
September 29, 2020
With DOCSIS 4.0, the cable industry finally has the specifications to design the future of multi-gigabit broadband delivery—but the process is still very much in its infancy. In this blog, Tom Cloonan explains what DOCSIS 4.0 means for operators and consumers.
September 25, 2020
Service providers must explore how they can deliver many services and solutions to enhance their customers’ connected lives. In this blog, Navneeth Kannan explains how CommScope can not only deliver every aspect of the connected home but also simplify the service providers’ complex network.
September 24, 2020
More than 70 mobile operators across more than 40 countries have launched 5G services. To better understand how the industry is performing and what is expected for years to come, Telecoms.com Intelligence conducted a survey. In this blog, Phil Sorsky shares insight on findings and next steps for the fifth-generation technology standard.
September 23, 2020
For years, the set-top has been the device that subscribers have come to expect from service providers for their video needs. As subscribers’ content and technology needs changed, the set-top had to evolve. Today, it is being replaced by smart media and streamer devices. In this blog, Anthony Zuyderhoff discusses some of these trends and showcases a recent “Connecting the Dots” interview he did with Andreas Waltenspiel.
September 22, 2020
It’s time you ask your vendor to offer complete flexibility to move your management architecture among the public cloud, private cloud, and your own data. In this blog, Mittal Parekh explains the benefits of the RUCKUS Cloud.
September 21, 2020
MAC randomization is a privacy feature that has been an optional setting in many devices but with the introduction of Apple’s iOS 14 operating system, it is now enabled by default. In this blog, Jim Palmer explains why it is a big deal and what we do now.
September 18, 2020
Apple is now enabling random MAC addresses for everything their device does by default. Random MAC addresses aren’t all bad. In the world of Wi-Fi, everything engineers do is a balancing act. In this blog, Jim Palmer explains that from the user’s point of view, it’s a tradeoff between anonymity and ease of access to a network.
September 16, 2020
SCTE kicks off in less than a month. Make sure to check out our thought leaders and subject matter experts cover a range of timely industry topics— including how to cope with bandwidth spikes and plan for long-term growth in an increasingly virtual world, as well as what the future holds for DOCSIS 4.0, low-latency DOCSIS, IoT, and more.