5G is slowly transitioning from an industry vision to a tangible, next-generation mobile technology.  Some network operators have already announced 5G trials and pre-standard deployments of 5G technology. But what is 5G? Our fundamental viewpoint is that 5G will be a “network of networks”—a convergence of wireline and wireless with deep fiber penetration in both to support the variety of 5G use cases. Here’s more about what a 5G network will entail.


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Morgan Kurk

Mr. Kurk became CommScope's Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer in 2018. He previously served as the Chief Technology Officer as well as the Senior Vice President of the wireless segment including responsibility for indoor, outdoor, and backhaul businesses. Mr. Kurk started his career at Motorola in 1994 where he was a hardware development engineer for base stations and a product manager for a CDMA base station product line. He joined Allen Telecom in 1997, which became part of Andrew Corporation in 2004. Mr. Kurk held a variety of positions including director of business development in the United States and China; vice president of R&D, PLM, and Strategy; and vice president and general manager of the Wireless Innovations Group worldwide. In 2009, he joined CommScope as Senior Vice President of the Enterprise business unit. In total, he has approximately 25 years of experience solving communication problems.

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