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From our homes, airports, hospitals, stadiums, enterprise office buildings, how do we connect all of these things? Networking protocols such as 4G, 5G, Wi-Fi 6 and 6E all must work together to support a broad range of use cases. CommScope’s Morne Erasmus blogs about topics covered during the 5G Futures webinar series presented by Nextgov, Defense One, and Route Fifty.
Network latency can frustrate users of delay sensitive applications, causing gaming lag, video buffering, and AR/VR experiences that are far from realistic. Low Latency DOCSIS (LLD) creates a fast lane for delay sensitive traffic that can significantly reduce latency and jitter—and it’s available today. In this blog, Charles Cheevers explains the importance of LLD to service providers and their customers.
5G has the potential to change the way that we connect. Investments in smart cities, broadening quality digital access to rural areas, and helping soldiers on the battlefield receive remote medical care are just some examples of how this network could have social and economic effects. Jim Swantko blogs about key findings in The Fourth Utility — Integrating 5G into the Federal Government.
CommScope’s Home Networks business deploys RDK solutions in DOCSIS cable gateways as well as in video devices such as set tops, streamers, and smart media devices; however, the discussion now is whether RDK-B can evolve beyond DOCSIS into the rapidly growing fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and PON market. Phil Cardy explains in this blog
With more people working and learning from home, the quality of broadband connectivity has never been more important. Today, focus and investment is shifting from speed to the home to improving connectivity and WI-FI throughout the home. As complexity increases, so will subscriber frustrations. In this blog, Joe Chow explains how service aggregation and simplicity will be paramount to improving user experience and service providers will need to adopt and deploy new technologies to improve overall performance and satisfaction.
The ARRIS SURFboard G34 and G36 DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem and Wi-Fi 6 routers can power your home network without any interruptions. Learn more about newest member of the ARRIS SURFboard family, available in the United States, by reading this blog from Jonathan Wu.
You know it is important to take care of your health, but what about your home network? You’d be surprised to learn that you need a healthy home network. In this blog, Ronen Stern explains how you can check the health of your ARRIS SURFboard devices using a new feature on the SURFboard Central app.
As 5G rollouts gather steam, the deployment is driving the surge for small cells, and it is estimated there will be 1.56 million private 5G small cells deployed by 2027. Matt Morris shares more in this blog how you can realize the full benefits when deploying 5G small cell.
Every second counts in emergency response. That is why real-time communications across multiple agencies and multiple jurisdictions—as well as inside and outside buildings-- is critical to ensure the safety of citizens. These communications vehicles are increasingly complex in a mobile environment and yet must be reliable, secure, and easy to use. Morne Erasmus explains in this blog.