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6 GHz: The Sizzle, the Speed—and the Sobering Reality
Jim Palmer explains how a Wi-Fi specification’s exciting numbers don’t always translate directly into real-world application performance—and how some thoughtful reimagining of Wi-Fi architecture can unlock an entirely different kind of performance that’s worth getting excited about.
Increasing Data Center Demands Lead to a More Resilient Fiber Platform
As data center applications become more resource-intensive and fluid, network managers must up their infrastructure game. Learn how CommScope can help data center operators maximize their existing infrastructure investments while preparing for future applications.
The Urgency of PIM Control as Antennas Move to the Roof
Rooftop site designs typically include antennas that are mounted close to the roof’s edge to ensure adequate coverage. However, when antennas are located far from the building edges, a PIM problem could occur. Jyoti Ojha addressed the design considerations to minimize PIM in this blog.
Hyperconnectivity Hits the Enterprise
As enterprise buildings and campuses grow more intelligent (for example, IoT, building automation and network convergence), facility and network managers must adapt their data and power cabling infrastructure to keep up. CommScope researched and discovered four key trends along with some eye-opening market insights that are going to impact and drive changes in the enterprise building and campus environment—not only as we know them today, but as they will evolve over time.
Make Every Hotel Guest Experience a Grand Symphony
As the world slowly emerges from the pandemic, the hospitality industry is looking at a brighter future. We’re seeing a modest return of travelers, with 71% occupancy in the top 25 markets—just the third time above 70% mark since the pandemic began. In many parts of the world, people are eager to hit the road and travel once again.
Exploring Angled Multimode Connectors in Fiber Cables
A previous CommScope blog post discussed the advantages and disadvantages of Angled Physical Contact (APC) and Ultra Physical Contact (UPC) connectors. At that time, the focus was on connectors for single mode fiber cables, APC and UPC connectors have been used with single mode fiber cables for decades.
CommScope’s Contributions to World Wi-Fi Day
On World Wi-Fi Day, CommScope celebrates the way we use Wi-Fi to change people’s lives by improving living and working conditions all around the world. Together with our global partners, we’re building public Wi-Fi networks to create safer, more equitable and self-sufficient communities.
Neutral Host Infrastructure Delivers 5G Mobile Connectivity in City of Birmingham
Wireless Infrastructure Group explains how they partnered with Birmingham City Council to deploy the UK’s first large-scale 5G neutral host centralized radio access (C-RAN) network that is already transforming mobile connectivity for Birmingham’s businesses and communities across the region.