CommScope's COVID-19 Customer & Partner Hub Visit
April 30, 2020
In this blog, Kyle Graebner explores how multiple tax laws related to cabling infrastructure can impact a corporation’s tax bill.
April 29, 2020
Tom Cloonan, CTO of our Broadband Networks segment explains how to manage the COVID-19 bandwidth surge in the near and long term.
April 28, 2020
“Essential” is a common word used today. Network infrastructures supporting healthcare, education and more are being built quickly due to demand. These networks will be just as essential tomorrow as employees go back to their workplaces and students go back to school. Jason Reasor explains in this blog how you can ensure your infrastructure is ready for what’s next (or for future applications).
April 27, 2020
The concept of the fourth utility is catching on in government services and CommScope is paving the way. In this blog, CommScope’s Jay Williams explains how the company is working with industry partners on developing solutions that are certified as UTG compliant.
April 24, 2020
In the U.S., approximately 480,000 school buses take about 25 million students back and forth to school on a normal day. Some school districts are now deploying the buses as Wi-Fi hotspots in places where connectivity is needed most. This blog by Rich Nedwich explains how this is being done and a few more ideas to help get students connected.
April 23, 2020
We’re announcing an agreement with global packaging solutions leader Sonoco to recycle fiber optics reels throughout the United States. These large, wooden spools that are typically sent to the landfills after their fiber is deployed will be collected, refurbished, and repainted in Granite Falls, NC and then reused throughout the country. Read more about this announcement in our blog from Eric E. Alston.
April 22, 2020
Service providers are facing various challenges in delivering connectivity the connected home. In this blog, Ken Haase explains how gateways are vital to delivering connectivity to service providers’ subscribers.
April 21, 2020
CBRS provides access to 100 MHz more spectrum than Part 90Z and can be used to resolve existing Part 90Z congestion in some areas. Part 90Z licenses will start expiring in October 2020, so licensees should act now to develop and execute their transition plans. Rashid Bhatti and Mark Gibson explain in this blog.
April 20, 2020
As the FCC is scheduled to take the final vote this coming Thursday on Wi-Fi 6E, we expect this technology will bring tremendous opportunity and will drive new “all home” wireless architectures. In this blog, Charles Cheevers previews what we should expect and invites you to register for the April 24th Wi-Fi Now webinar.