CommScope_NBASE_T_Alliance_webinarThis was originally posted on the NBASE-T Alliance’s website on Aug. 21, 2018.

Whether you are building a new office or staying put in your current location, everyone must allow for the future when it comes to cabling. The constant evolution of workplace practices and expectations means you must plan for power delivery, wireless mobility, distributed processing, and techniques to manage and optimize the facility. The work you do now is critical to enable your business to thrive.

CLICK TO TWEET: CommScope's Carlos Morrison Fell and the NBASE-T Alliance talk about ways to help the network support new business demands.

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In a recent webinar, The Future Ready Design with NBASE-T Technology, Peter Jones, chairman, NBASE-T Alliance, and I discuss how today’s workplace technology is evolving at a rapid pace, and the set of trends impacting corporate LAN design. For your current buildings, we talk about ways to help the network support new business demands. For new installations, we talk through cabling standards and recommendations around NBASE-T and 4PPoE that provide the best long-term value to the business.

And for more technical information, check out the NBASE-T Performance and Cabling Guidelines white paper, co-authored by CommScope, describing the evaluation of cabling infrastructure for network owners and designers looking to implement NBASE-T technology.

Get ready for the future with smart choices for your infrastructure today. Help yourself say “Yes” to your users more often.

Additional resources:

The Future is Ready Design with NBASE-T Technology webinar

NBASE-T Performance and Cabling Guidelines white paper

Why Category 6A Is the Best Tech Deal Around blog

Structured Cabling Product Catalog

About the Author

Carlos Morrison Fell

Carlos Morrison Fell is vice president, Enterprise Field Application Engineer for the Americas, for CommScope’s Connectivity Solutions business unit. He is responsible for providing strategic leadership and direction for the delivery of pre- and post-sales services and supporting enterprise customers and partners. He is also tasked with developing a comprehensive in-region technical strategy that aligns with internal and external needs and drivers. He leads a team of enterprise field application engineers. 

Morrison Fell is a telecommunications engineer and graduated from the University of Belgrano. He previously worked at Telefónica and at GE Capital performing business management. He is a fan of rowing, a sport that he competing in for several years for a rowing team in his home city of San Fernando, located outside of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is also an avid scuba diver and a CrossFit enthusiast. Morrison Fell is fluent in English, Portuguese and Spanish.

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