The connectivity world is wide open

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19_Connectivity_CoupleConnectivity is everywhere. We expect to be connected 24/7.

CommScope has been a global leader in providing network connectivity solutions for various industries. Since we announced the acquisition of ARRIS this month, more opportunities have opened up for us.

I’ve been in the telecommunications industry for 25 years and the coming together of these companies positions CommScope as a true end-to-end network provider. In this vlog, I expand upon this and tell you what I’m most excited about the new CommScope.

CLICK TO TWEET: In this blog Ben Cardwell explains how the connectivity world is wide open following the ARRIS acquisition.

About the Author

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Ben Cardwell

Ben Cardwell is the senior vice president and segment lead for CommScope’s Connectivity Solutions and Mobility Solutions businesses. He is responsible for leading the global business units that develop innovative wireline and wireless solutions for use in service provider and business enterprise networks around the world. Prior to his current role, Mr. Cardwell was senior vice president of sales and marketing, and was senior vice president of global wireless sales, responsible for leading all CommScope customer-facing activities for the wireless group globally. 

A 25-year veteran of the telecommunications industry, Mr. Cardwell also served as vice president of wireless sales for CommScope Asia Pacific, where he worked closely with US and Asia Pacific service providers in developing and deploying radio frequency and data communications infrastructure for voice and data services over mobile networks. Prior to joining CommScope, Mr. Cardwell served in various leadership positions in research and development, product management, systems engineering, and field sales with UTStarcom, Ericsson, and 3Com.

Mr. Cardwell graduated from Davidson College in North Carolina with a bachelor of science degree in physics. He holds an MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University.