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Unpacking the 2022 Defense Health Information Technology Symposium
As we look at a recap from the 2022 Defense Health Information Technology Symposium, this year's attendees discussed a number of trending topics of the industry, including supply chain and network stability. While uncertainty around supply chains has dogged vendors worldwide since the onset of the COVID pandemic, there are alternatives
Broadband for Everyone Initiative Puts Prodigy® in the Spotlight
After more than two years of remote learning and work, it’s clear that broadband infrastructure is a challenge for communities and lacking for many—particularly in rural and underserved areas. In this blog, we continue exploring CommScope's Broadband for Everyone and how we are supporting service providers by offering innovative fiber hardened connectivity that accelerates deployments by simplifying material planning, warehousing and field installation.
The Case for Multicast ABR and Live TV
Video on-demand (VOD) is changing the way our favorite content, whether a TV series or movie title, is delivered to our homes. Sometimes the viewer experience is exceptional and sometimes, its underwhelming. In this blog, we take a closer look at current content delivery models and use cases to see where they succeed, where they fall short, and where there are exciting new possibilities and opportunities.
Large Public Venues Accelerate their Transformation Journey
Wireless is table stakes for large public venues like sports arenas, stadiums, and theaters and the focus on connectivity and the fan experience has been heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic. In this blog, we’ll explore how today’s smartphones, enabled by 5G and private networks, have become the “hub” to drive digital transformation, improved operations, fan customization, and enhanced fan experiences for all types of large venue events.
Broadband for Everyone: Navigating Today’s Constrained Labor Market
Today's labor shortage is not restricted to a single country, region, or continent. It is a global issue that has the potential to impede access to broadband for people everywhere. In this blog, we’ll provide a few pointers to help service providers expand their networks in a time when broadband technicians are in short supply.
CommScope Contributes to L4S Technology
L4S is a new transport technology that allows bandwidth-intensive applications such as cloud gaming, virtual reality and augmented reality to get significantly low-network latency. CommScope recently participated in the world’s first-ever “L4S Interop Event” hosted by IETF-114 Hackathon & Code Lounge. Read more about the event and how it brought together implementers of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF’s) Low Latency, Low Loss, Scalable Throughput technology.
Managing Data Center Fiber Becoming Harder…and Easier
Today’s data center networks are experiencing unparalleled growth in fiber deployment. Demands for greater bandwidth, lower latency and unprecedented I/O capacity are ratcheting up the pressure on network managers. In this blog, CommScope's Holly Simons discusses the complexities of managing data center fiber.
FTTH Hardened Connectivity Evolves to Accelerate and Simplify Deployments
Remember the days of fiber splicing? When older, copper-based networks were common, fiber splicing was a necessity. It was a highly skilled, manual process. Technicians needed specialized training, versus simply plugging things in. Today, fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) deployments look very different, thanks to the introduction of hardened connector technology in 2004.
Evolving Data Center Applications and the Infrastructure Needed to Run Them
With the amount of data flowing through data centers, resource-intensive applications are defining the needs and evolution of data centers, with many implications on network infrastructure. In this blog, we'll look at next-generation technologies and applications driving this change and how getting the foundations of the infrastructure right, starts now.