CommScope's COVID-19 Customer & Partner Hub Visit
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Service providers are seeing the proliferation of streaming services and home broadband services come together as one. A major challenge for operators is to present both to consumers in a simple manner thus enabling a greater ease-of-use. In this blog, Carl Vassia gives a preview of his Broadband Communities 2021 Summit presentation.
CommScope continues to build on its legacy of success with cloud-based offerings like RUCKUS Cloud and Cloudpath Enrollment System. The new MDU management portal and improved integration between Cloudpath and RUCKUS Cloud are just the latest enhancements.
CommScope’s Colleen Murphy-Gomez blogs about how one of YouTube’s most watched tech influencers Linus Sebastian transformed his connected home environment with RUCKUS Wi-Fi.
Network latency (lag) and jitter (variations in latency) can vary significantly depending on many factors. The key parameters here are network congestion and the amount of traffic generated by the gaming home. In this blog, Dr. Ayham Al-Banna explains how CommScope already offers an end-to-end LLD solution that provides low-latency and low-jitter performance from the home to the internet, and back.
The ARRIS SURFboard mAX Dash tri-band Wi-Fi 5 mesh system ensures the home Wi-Fi network has the coverage and speeds the ARRIS SURFboard mAX portfolio is known for, at a fantastic value. Learn more about this system by reading Ronen Stern’s blog.
Arria Giulan caught up with CommScope vice president and Network Connectivity segment leader James DeCoe to dig deeper and find out exactly how NOVUX will be changing fiber deployments for CommScope customers around the world. Read her latest blog.
Network connectivity has often been called the 4th utility of the 21st century. But even in the US, we have a long way to go in providing everyone fast, reliable, and affordable access to the Internet. Surprisingly, the key to solving this deficit—on a global scale—could be a small, overlooked component in fiber network deployments: gel sealing technology. Read Kristof Vastmans'' latest blog.
Join CommScope’s Craig Culwell at ISE as he presents on various network topologies and technologies, and shows how specific choices impact network design and deployment in certain use cases. Learn more by reading his blog.
When the CBRS PAL licenses were issued and deployments began back in April, many GAA users assumed they immediately had 70 MHz less spectrum available to them. However, that's not the case. More spectrum is becoming available for GAA users. Read the updates from CommScope’s Andrew Beck.