19_tech_installerThese are exciting times for CommScope. Now that we finalized the ARRIS acquisition, the technology and business opportunities that are in front of us are tremendous. 

CLICK TO TWEET:  Morgan Kurk explains how the recent acquisition of ARRIS will lead to more tech opportunities.

We believe the new CommScope will provide additional value and benefit to our customers through an integration of technologies that create better solutions. We also have a lot of smart people joining our research and development (R&D) team, which makes me very happy.

Our goal is to accelerate the speed that we develop products, leading to a competitive advantage for our customers. 

In this video, I highlight how CommScope plans to maximize our R&D investment as our innovators unlock the potential of our customers’ networks. 

About the Author

Morgan Kurk

Morgan Kurk is chief technology officer for CommScope with overall responsibility for CommScope’s long term vision, technology roadmap, strategic direction and mergers and acquisitions. He is dedicated to driving wired and wireless network transformation through collaboration with suppliers and customers.  Previously, he served as CommScope’s Chief Operating Officer where he provided executive leadership for CommScope’s Mobility Solutions and Connectivity Solutions segments, Global Supply Chain and Office of Technology organizations.

Mr. Kurk has 25 years of experience in information and communication technology industries. He focused on wireless coverage problems in 1997 when he joined Allen Telecom, which later became part of Andrew Corporation and ultimately CommScope. 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; 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 and then served as senior vice president of the Mobility Segment.  Before joining Allen Telecom, Mr. Kurk worked for Motorola where he was a hardware development engineer for base stations and a product manager for a CDMA base station product line. He is a regular speaker at industry conferences and an expert in system integration.

Mr. Kurk holds a bachelor’s of science in electrical engineering from Brown University, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan, and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

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