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Standards Updates for Optical Fiber: What You Need to Know
Industry standards for optical fiber cables, components, systems and applications continually evolve and progress in an effort to ensure interoperability, performance, uniform testing and support for the latest technologies, bandwidth demand and industry initiatives. As the industry evolves, standards bodies also aim to improve accuracy, usability and alignment of various fiber standards through ongoing reviews, updates and restructuring.
Connectivity in 2023 – Emerging technology to drive industry forward
After a challenging 12 months, there is growing optimism that demand for broadband services will surge again in 2023.
2023 Predictions: The Demands of Tomorrow’s Broadband Networks
Elevated bandwidth demand and access to high-quality broadband have become a necessity. The question for service providers is no longer whether it's time to build next-generation networks, but which investments to make, how to deploy them quickly and efficiently and how to engineer, install, and maintain that new infrastructure.
Upleveling Your Network for Esports in Education
Just like any technology initiative, deploying or upgrading your network to enable esports, especially tournaments, requires planning. In this blog, we'll look at effective planning and alignment between esports and educational objectives.
Decarbonizing Building and Data Center Connectivity: CommScope’s Next-Gen Solutions
As large companies increasingly seek to cut their buildings’ carbon footprints, they’re putting products and materials under the microscope. That includes fiber and cable networks in buildings and data centers. While cabling infrastructure might not seem like a big contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, enterprises are looking for every opportunity to reduce environmental harm.
Data center evolution in 2023: Efficiency is the name of the game
The last few years have introduced unprecedented business conditions for every industry, but among the most heavily affected are cloud-based services that are run by the global network of data centers. The business model has changed to accept new realities and fulfill new obligations.
Co-Packaged Optics—the Next Evolutionary Step in Data Center Switches?
Co-packaged optics (CPO) seeks to mitigate power consumption issues in data centers by placing the optical engine and ASIC on the same substrate as a single packaged assembly. Done right, CPO would not only reduce power requirements; it could also help data centers improve port density, thermal management, and bandwidth.
5G means big changes for large public venues in 2023 and beyond
We are now in the phase of 5G growth for in-building wireless. Over the the next few years, we expect to see many more 5G upgrade projects for the distributed antenna systems that deliver cellular networks in large public venues.
Bridging the Digital Divide in 2023
Bridging the digital divide will continue to be a major theme as we head into 2023, and there is still a lot of work to be done. Network providers will continue to work closely with government agencies to bridge this divide. By working together, we can make broadband for everyone a reality.