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December 31, 2015
A Look Back at 2015: Category 5e Cabling to Become Obsolete for Offices
Today’s blog is another look back at one of our most shared posts from 2015. In it, Matias Peluffo and Allan Nielsen explain a significant change that is on the way in how office buildings are cabled. Category 5e cabling, which is used in many offices around the world, will be considered obsolete for new installations following a recent decision by the ISO/IEC cabling standards body.
December 30, 2015
A Look Back at 2015: The RF Path to 5G
As we say good-bye to 2015, we look back at some of our most shared blogs of the year. Today's entry is from Kevin Linehan, whose blog post on November 9 discussed the evolution of wireless networks to 5G. As he states, 5G won’t truly happen until it can actually happen in the network.
December 29, 2015
A Look Back at 2015: What is a Microduct?
As we say good-bye to 2015, we look back at some of our most shared blogs of the year. Do you know what a microduct is? As part of our CommScope Definition blog series, Jeremy Brock explains what microducts are, how they can be deployed and why operators can benefit from deploying this solution.
December 28, 2015
A Look Back at 2015: What Do You Really Know About Microwaves?
As we say good-bye to 2015, we look back at some of our most shared blogs of the year. Microwave antennas are the backbone to any wireless communication networks. They are vital to providing seamless coverage, but do you know their history and how basic components of a microwave path interconnect? James Donovan explains you can learn more about microwave technology by taking this course offered by the CommScope Infrastructure Academy.
December 24, 2015
Holiday traditions and New Year’s resolutions: warm and fuzzies
In the business world, this is the time of year that we look back and pat ourselves on the back for our accomplishments. Looking back over the past year at CommScope, we’ve been busy. The acquisition of TE Connectivity’s enterprise, telecom and wireless business, as well as Airvana with its innovative OneCell solution, brings an expanded portfolio and talented people to our company. In today’s blog post, Kris Kozamchak reviews these and other accomplishments from 2015.
December 23, 2015
A Rewarding Year for CommScope in China
The end of the year is always a good occasion to look back and review what we achieved. We are thankful that 2015 was a good year for CommScope in China, highlighted by winning several influential industry awards including the Top 10 China Cabling Brands award from the China Data Center Committee. See today’s blog post by Laura Chen for details about that and other awards.
December 22, 2015
Combiners Making Site Sharing Easier for Ooredoo Tunisia
Introducing a passive unit in the RF path usually leads to an insertion loss that reduces the available power for coverage and capacity. To minimize this power loss, CommScope developed a new type of in-band combiners. Because of their flexibility, CommScope low loss combiners are ideal for site-sharing applications where the antenna, jumpers and feeder cables are shared between two or three operators. Learn how CommScope’s low loss combiners are helping Ooredoo Tunisia by reading today’s blog post.
December 21, 2015
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December 21, 2015
What is IoT and How Will It Drive the Future of Intelligent buildings?
The concept of Internet of Things is being discussed in the industry, especially with building managers. How will technology make buildings more intelligent.? Lewis White explains how connected and efficient buildings will allow building managers to deploy an integrated digital infrastructure that can support and enable the new breed of workplace intelligence and connectivity solutions.