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The Future of Cable and Telco Fiber Access…What technologies to PONder?
As the digital age advances and becomes more integrated with our daily lives, access speed is crucial for modern telecommunications, shaping user experiences and driving business opportunities. Today's cable operators, previously focused on DOCSIS, are pivoting towards passive optical network (PON) technologies, notably XGS-PON, due to the speed, scalability and cost efficiency.
Non-Stop Improvement: How CommScope is continually optimizing our customer’s digital experience
At CommScope, nothing is more important than ensuring our customers have key product information at their fingertips, 24 hours a day. That’s why the continuous improvement of our digital experience—whether it’s our website or our self-service tools—is our driving focus.
How 5G Enables More Efficient and Secure Airports, Train Stations and Subways
The implementation of 5G technology stands at the forefront of the world’s rapid advance into a hyperconnected future. With its unparalleled speed, low latency and vast capacity, 5G is poised to revolutionize many parts of everyday life, including transportation. With the summer travel season upon us, let’s take a deeper look at why 5G is crucial for transportation hubs, particularly airports, train stations and subways—and consider its transformative impact on these critical travel nodes.
CommScope’s 2023 Sustainability Report: Investing in Our Future
CommScope’s 2023 Sustainability Report provides many details of the company's environmental, social, and governance progress made during the past year.
Home Broadband: One-Box or Two-Box Solution?
The home network has become essential to the modern world, with high-speed internet now necessary to power everything from work and education to entertainment and socialization. When it comes to delivering broadband, service providers have choices on how to set up home connectivity for their customers based on costs, convenience, preference, future tech evolution, and even eco-design. Though this is a lot to consider, the initial choice really comes down to one central question: one box or two?
Shifting the Fixed Paradigm of Fiber Models in Europe
FTTH rollouts are confronted with multiple challenges in every country, which can mean long deployment delays for operators. Every obstacle's impact is magnified - a few extra hours at the start can become a delay of weeks or months by the end of the deployment. For FTTH, time really does become money.
CommScope Home Networks’ SURFboard Central App Delivers Additional Value with Integrated Fing Network Scanner
Achieve Greater Visibility and Control Over Your Home Devices
HomeSight: A Bridge to Better Health for Our Aging Population
As technology becomes more integrated into the healthcare industry, the risk of the elderly being left behind is greater than ever. The HomeSight system helps enable the connection and engagement that is essential to the health and wellbeing of an aging population by leveraging an old familiar friend — the TV.
Shared spectrum, converged networks will shape enterprise connectivity in 2023 and beyond
Private wireless networks that drive enterprise environments—from manufacturing to logistics to office campuses and more—are on the threshold of a massive evolutionary leap forward. After a decade of incremental progress, 2023 will be the year that we will likely see widespread and large-scale convergence of Wi-Fi® and cellular in the enterprise space. This convergence will unleash incredible new potential for bandwidth, efficiency, security and flexibility in these networks as theoretical goals finally achieve practical reality this year.