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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Improving access to learning has long been a priority for educators. And when the global pandemic forced most students into online instruction, accessibility went from a “nice to have” to a basic necessity — fast.
We’ve all been in a situation where the available Wi-Fi just isn’t getting the job done. It may have been at work, a hotel, convention or even at school. The world has become increasingly dependent on 24/7 connectivity, and while that’s helped us be more efficient in our jobs and education, it can mean frustration when we can’t connect. Many can’t do their jobs without Wi-Fi internet access, and in education, unreliable Wi-Fi keeps students from accessing or turning in work—putting some students at a severe disadvantage.
CommScope's 2022 Sustainability Report provides many details of the environmental, social, and governance initiatives and progress we made during the past year. In this blog, Damien O'Sullivan shares highlights of the great work we did as we continue driving sustainability across our business.
Recently, CommScope joined the Media and Entertainment Data Center Alliance (M&EDCA). The Alliance promotes and provides guidance and education to professionals in media, entertainment and IT—concentrating on the foundational physical infrastructure of media and entertainment (M&E) data processing and storage operations.