High availability or not, that is the question

New_sebatian_headshot Sebastian Mediavilla April 6, 2018

2018_wifi_360x203We are all interested in becoming better connected. We do not care how. We just want to go to a hotel, airport or office and easily connect, allowing us to communicate, work or enjoy entertainment. How many of you have returned to a hotel where Wi-Fi is not working properly?

CLICK TO TWEET: CommScope's Sebastian Mediavilla explains why high availability and quality of service is in the best interest of all of us.

This requirement of high availability and quality of service is no longer exclusive to financial transactions or personal data management. Nowadays it is required for all the services and applications that we use and it is a necessary condition for us to continue using them.

If this behavior is visible in the millennial generation and its predecessors, we can assure you that it deepens into Generation Z, as detailed in a global report sponsored by CommScope on the use of technology by Gen Z.

Just like in a data center, the choice of a data infrastructure is fundamental as technological changes are added increasingly fast and massive, spurred by new trends that are already seen in both offices and commercial buildings.

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With these infrastructure solutions, you don’t need to choose between high availability and connectivity. Because high availability and quality of service is in the best interest of all of us!

About the Author


Sebastian Mediavilla

Sebastián Eduardo Mediavilla works as a Field Application Engineer for CommScope Enterprise Solutions in the Caribbean and Latin America Southern Cone region. In this role, Sebastián is responsible for supporting end users and business partners in data infrastructure design and use of new technologies. In addition, he leads on recommendations and the implementation for offices and commercial buildings and data centers. He is also responsible for supporting sales and marketing teams in promoting new products and technologies, and working post-sales support with customers. Sebastián has ten years of experience in the telecommunications industry. Before joining CommScope, he worked six years as presales engineer in a regional company providing end-to-end solutions for data centers. He also worked as an OSS consultant and provided technical support for telecommunications companies. Sebastian holds an Electronic Engineering degree with a major in Telecommunications from the Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA), Argentina.