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November 11, 2010
When low-loss MPO connections are combined with OM4 mulitmode fiber, longer distances can be achieved.
November 09, 2010
The telecom and networking industries have always been accused of being in love with acronyms and jargon. I was reminded of this again last week with the dust-up among some of the major wireless operators in North America over the use of 4G in advertising. Really, does anyone outside of the wireless industry truly know what 4G means?
November 08, 2010
New BOS (BrightPath Optical Solutions) from CommScope helps operators cost effectively evolve their network by driving fiber deeper with a choice of proven architectures and leading edge technologies. With a full suite of headend, outside plant and end user solutions, BOS gives customers all the building blocks to build a superior network. At CableTec Expo, BOS earned a 4-Diamond rating during the sixth annual Diamond Technology Reviews 2010 organized by Broadband Gear Report.
November 05, 2010
HELD, standing for HTTP-Enabled Location Delivery, is a major step forward in the location-based service market, especially for network operators competing against third-party location providers. HELD is a protocol for supplying location services whether a device user is connected via broadband DSL, enterprise LAN, Wi-Fi, or mobile 3G and 4G.
November 03, 2010
No doubt, texting is popular. But in an emergency situation, always call the emergency number to be sure that your message gets through to the dispatcher and that the rescue team can find you by using your cell phone's location-based sevice.
November 01, 2010
Peter Karlsson, CommScope’s senior vice president of Global Enterprise Sales, made an interesting prediction at a recent conference in Dublin in front of scores of CommScope customers. No one questions that wireless connectivity has become an in-building necessity in rapid time. Will pre-installed wireless cabling become common-place in afew years?
October 29, 2010
At CommScope, technology keeps evolving. The SYSTIMAX Ultra High Density Shelf (add link) recently was released to the data center market. It has an amazing capacity of 144 fibers with LC connectors. This density will solve many problems with high density collocation and blade server environments. This innovation has made me think back to how density has improved over time.
October 28, 2010
Anyone who has researched the wireless location marketplace knows that it is an acronym-heavy, jargon-filled industry. Particularly Andrew's recent announcement about a standalone SUPL is a bit confusing so let me explain it a little further.
October 25, 2010
CommScope is ready for 40 and 100 Gb/s data center applications. Are you? The Higher Speed Ethernet subcommittee of the Ethernet Alliance recently conducted a first-of-its-kind industry “Plugfest” and CommScope’s OM3 and OM4 fiber optic infrastructure solutions exceeded IEEE 802.3ba requirements for high-speed performance and effectively demonstrated interoperability with all other vendor components tested.