Data_Center_Markets…wouldn’t it be better to be awarded as data center network systems provider?

That’s what CommScope recently achieved in Spain. 

We all know the importance of recognition as individuals—there are surveys (like this one from Boston Consulting Group) that rank “Appreciation for your work” (No. 1) above the “attractive salary” (No. 8).  Recognizing people for their good work sends an extremely powerful message to the recipients, their immediate teams and other employees.

But this award also belongs to our customers.  We innovated based on their requests for a holistic approach to the data center market

Many of their customers are Millennials who are willing to spend 28 percent more per month than Baby Boomers to ensure reliable Internet connectivity.  They expect immediate access to high definition Netflix films of near zero buffering.  Consumers’ expectation of immediate service continues to increase even as richer content is served up and devoured. 

Working together, CommScope created solutions to help our customers meet rising demands for connectivity by taking the guesswork out of running data centers.  We’ll be showcasing these award winning technologies at Datacenter Dynamics in Madrid, including:

  • iTRACS Data Center Infrastructure Management:  Aggregates, analyzes, and visualizes the infrastructure data at the heart of your data center, turning it into understandable and actionable information.
  • Data Center on Demand (DCoD): is a family of purpose-built prefabricated modular data centers which provide data center owners and operators with an alternative to traditional brick-and-mortar facilities.
  • imVision: enables users to monitor and document their cabling infrastructure, and track the location of all connected networked devices in real time.

    We’d like to congratulate other winners who also received important awards: Bankia (Best Data Center Renovation), Junta de Castilla y León (Best Data Center Consolidation) and SEAT (Best Data Center Project).  In addition to CommScope, Data Center Market recognized the labor of companies like EMC, Dell and Atos. At the end of the day, we all favor an Oscar-awarded film when we have to choose just one from Netflix, don’t we?

    Do you foresee any pain points when developing a new data center project? Surely CommScope can help you. Come visit us at booth 12 during Datacenter Dynamics Madrid on 7 April.

    About the Author

    Ricardo Diaz

    Ricardo Diaz is the manager of digital tools and technology for CommScope, a global leader in infrastructure solutions for communications networks. He is responsible for defining the direction of CommScope’s digital tools, applications and interactive capabilities. Located in the Madrid Area in Spain, Mr. Diaz leads this effort through the development of comprehensive digital technology strategies. He develops tools that position CommScope as a leader in solutions marketing, leverages applications and systems to increase efficiency of the internal teams and customers, integrates electronic tools across CommScope with the support of IT, and creates roadmaps and architectures that will be flexible in incorporating new technologies into the marketing mix. Before joining CommScope, Mr. Diaz worked as a tech manager for both Lucent Technologies and Avaya. Upon CommScope’s acquisition of Avaya, Mr. Diaz became an engineer program manager, and was subsequently promoted to technical manager before gaining his current role. Mr. Diaz graduated from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid with a telecommunications engineering degree.

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    Comments

    2 comments for "Everyone Wants to be “Employee of the Month” But…"
    Alfonso Wednesday, April 06, 2016 3:42 PM

    Hola Ricardo. Me alegro de que seas el "empleado del mes" en tu compañía....
    Aunque debería de haber sido antes, todavía es un buen momento para ese reconocimiento, teniendo en cuenta que no es una empresa pequeña.
    Felicidades.

    Ricardo Thursday, July 07, 2016 5:30 PM

    Gracias Alfonso por tu amable comentario, pero en realidad el premio fue para el conjunto de propuestas para centros de datos que preparó el equipo español de CommScope. Yo solo fui el portavoz en nuestro blog, el mérito fue de ellos. Trabajo en equipo, algo que conoces bien. Hasta pronto.

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