CommScope's COVID-19 Customer & Partner Hub Visit
June 11, 2020
We caught up with CommScope’s Broadband Networks Tom Cloonan (CTO) and David Grubb (SVP of Engineering) to bring us up to speed on virtualization: What it is. Why it’s so important for operators. And what’s driving their decision-making.
June 10, 2020
Approximately 80% of cellular traffic is generated indoors. Nevertheless, indoor cellular coverage and capacity have remained limited over the years. Monica Paolini from Senza Fili explains in this guest blog.
June 03, 2020
The rollout of 5G is having a positive impact on the evolution of artificial intelligence, as both smartphone manufacturers and mobile developers eye a new generation of powerful AI capabilities and applications. Mike Wolfe explains in this blog.
June 02, 2020
Wi-Fi 6 is the talk of the wireless industry. Some are asking “What’s the big deal?” and “What do I need to consider?” Dennis Huang answers these questions and highlights some areas where Wi-Fi 6 access points are pushing the technology mainstream.
June 01, 2020
In this blog, Omar Parimbelli explains how CommScope's HELIAX M-LOC cluster connector technology simplifies 5G antenna-radio connections.
May 28, 2020
The allocation of the 6GHz band to Wi-Fi by the Federal Communications Commission is truly a historic moment in wireless and will impact the world of connectivity for decades to come. In this blog, Charles Cheevers explains the benefits of Wi-Fi 6E and showcases the presentation he made during a special Wi-Fi NOW webinar held on Apr. 24, 2020.
May 27, 2020
CommScope’s Field Applications team delivers global training for today’s challenges and tomorrow’s networks. Mark Alrutz explains in this blog.
May 26, 2020
CommScope won the “IoT Sensor Company of the Year” award for its RUCKUS IoT Suite, which simplifies the creation of IoT access networks through the reuse of LAN and WLAN infrastructure. Aharon Etengoff explains in this blog.
May 22, 2020
Service providers have been deploying fixed wireless access technology in rural areas for years, which can be a complex, expensive and time-consuming installation for service providers to deploy. In this blog, Paul Baker explains how 5G and indoor, consumer-installed home gateways are priming fixed wireless access for mass-market broadband services everywhere.