19-Always_On_EngineerWith the acquisition of ARRIS earlier this month, CommScope has expanded its global leadership positions and accelerated its aim to help shape communications networks of the future.

CLICK TO TWEET:  In this blog, Alex Pease explains how the new CommScope is shaping the always-on networks of tomorrow.

Through our expanded end-to-end infrastructure capabilities, we are striving to deliver a customer experience that is unmatched in the industry. We are doubling the size of our addressable markets, providing more ways to shape the always-on networks of tomorrow. 

Industry trends (i.e., network convergence, fiber and mobility everywhere, 5G and fixed wireless access, Internet of Things and changing technology architectures) will provide compelling long-term opportunities for the new CommScope. Our industry has been seeking an industrial-strength solution that spans the enterprise, the home, and everywhere in between.  

In this video, I explain how CommScope will explore new ways to enhance the capabilities we provide.

About the Author

Alexander Pease

Alex Pease joined CommScope, a global leader in infrastructure solutions for communications networks, in 2018 as executive vice president and chief financial officer. He is an experienced leader with more than 18 years of extensive financial and operational experience across a wide range of industries, including serving as CFO at two publicly-owned companies. 

Prior to CommScope, Alex served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Snyder's-Lance, a global consumer packaged goods company. Previously, he was a principal in McKinsey & Company's global corporate finance and business functions practice, after taking on roles of increasing responsibility across the global operations, risk and finance practices. Alex served as senior vice president and CFO at EnPro Industries, where he oversaw six operating divisions in addition to the finance, accounting, strategy and development, global supply chain and information technology functions. 

Alex served in the United States Navy as a SEAL Platoon Commander for six years. He graduated with a bachelor of science degree with honors and distinction from the United States Naval Academy and has an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

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2 comments for "Shaping the Always-on Networks of Tomorrow"
Aditi Friday, May 03, 2019 4:25 AM

Hi,Your article is very beautiful and filled with information. The convenience of the network will prove to be of great importance in the coming time. Thank you very much for sharing such important information.

priya Friday, May 24, 2019 5:46 AM

Excellent article !! Thanks for sharing such a great informative post it really helpful and amazing so keep it up and all the best…..

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