‘Smart cities’ isn’t just a buzzword. More than 60 percent of the
world’s population is expected to live in cities by 2050. Annual smart city technology spending in the
Middle East is rising and set to
double over the next four years, especially in the United Arab
Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
CLICK TO TWEET: CommScope's Ehab Kanary explains how network operators can prepare for smart cities while attending GITEX 2019.
This is one of the reasons that more than 100,000 people from 140 countries will gather at GITEX
Technology Week to share insight on mega trends, including ways to drive innovation around the future of urbanism. Countries will share creative ways to use data to improve services and quality of life around healthcare, security, mobility, economic
development and housing.
It’s exciting to see the region prioritizing innovative technologies that pave the way for the future of smart cities as network operators start the commercial rollout of 5G. With the acquisition of ARRIS and Ruckus Networks, CommScope has the resources
of a Fortune 250-sized company that is well placed to drive the future of connectivity in the region.
For more on how network operators can prepare for this smart cities future, check out this video.
Technology Week 2019, CommScope will highlight its latest
solutions to enable a smart future for network operators across the region:
- Fiber for High-Speed and Robust
cities will be built on fiber. CommScope
will be demonstrating fiber
technologies for faster connectivity in buildings, the data center
and central office.
Homes are Becoming a Reality:
Consumers are experiencing an increasingly digital life and network operators
are seeking ways to unlock the best user experience. CommScope will demonstrate how the company is
delivering reliable, high-bandwidth Wi-Fi to every corner of the home and
showcase how the smart media device brings connected
home technologies together for a unique personalized
Connectivity for Smart Cities: As smart cities add new mobile-connected devices like
security cameras and air quality sensors, they must have access to
electricity. This is not always an easy
task considering devices may be several hundred meters away from a power
source. Network operators are using CommScope’s powered fiber cable systems to
speed and simplify installation, and power these types of network devices.
- Digital foundation for
Smarter Buildings: As the number of connected devices grows, the location
of these devices is becoming more important.
infrastructure management (AIM) system knows exactly what is
connected, how it is connected and where it is located. The software automatically tracks changes, issues work
orders, and documents the entire network. It also provides root-cause analysis
in the event of failure, helping restore services faster.
Come say hello to our CommScope’s
experts in Hall
7, stand H7-D43.