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June 25, 2020
Earlier this month, CommScope was named a Wi-Fi Alliance 2020 Industry Impact Award recipient. The award recognizes outstanding member companies who have collaborated extensively in Wi-Fi Alliance and made significant contributions to the organization’s mission and the Wi-Fi industry over the last year.
June 24, 2020
CommScope has simplified the microwave antenna selection process by creating two comprehensive product families and four product ranges. You can learn more about this reading Jim Syme’s blog.
June 23, 2020
As larger data centers prepare for the leap to 400G, network managers face a multitude of challenges and decisions. In this three-part blog, CommScope provides our take on the technologies and trends behind the move to higher speeds. In part two, Jim Young shares how data centers are responding to the challenges of densification and campus architecture.
June 18, 2020
Do you know why your keep seeing the word “buffering” when you try to stream the latest show? Does your home network have enough signal strength? Are you managing your children’s screen time? In this blog, Ronen Stern answers these questions by introducing you to the new SURFboard Central app.
June 17, 2020
Adapting to new advancements in fiber optics – like rollable ribbon – does not have to be complicated. In this blog, Mike Cooper explains how deploying rollable ribbon can be an effective method of saving space.
June 16, 2020
As larger data centers confront their inevitable leap to 400G, network managers face a multitude of challenges and decisions. In this three-part blog, CommScope’s James Young provides our take on the technologies and trends behind the move to higher speeds. In part one, we look at the role of optical network modules.
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.