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Customers expect more from hotels each year — fast Wi-Fi with excellent coverage, online check-in with advanced in-room services, and an overall personalized experience tailored to meet their every need and desire. That’s why CommScope developed a practical guide to implementing the tools and services you need to get your network going.
MTDCs are uniquely positioned to take advantage of the shift to edge-based distributed networking. Doing so will require supporting more fiber capacity in their data center interconnects (DCIs). Rollable ribbon fiber provides an innovative answer. The unique design enables up to six 3,456 fiber cables to be loaded into one four-inch duct, more than twice the density of conventionally packed fibers.
CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, recently recognized CommScope with several honors that reflect the robustness of CommScope’s various channel programs and our excellent staff who make them thrive.
This year’s ANGA COM Exhibition and Conference in Cologne, Germany marks the first time the event will be held in person in three years. In this blog, Agnieszka Dul previews the show and solutions on display and showcases the three CommScope speakers who will take part in panel discussions.
Network technologies are at a major inflexion point, driving exponential complexity and causing the Navy to re-think the way its networks are deployed and managed. As the Navy – or any other Department of Defense agency – looks to upgrade its in-building wireless network to support mission requirements, pursuing a converged and managed approach provides significant benefits.
At the end of March, CommScope and Ruckus Networks held their annual Americas Partner Conferences in Austin, Texas.
In this blog, we look at new 5G backhaul challenges, and how dual-band antennas can help network operators to improve backhaul capacity and help ensure their networks are 5G-ready.
In the final part of our two-part TMA series, we’ll take a look at how TMAs can also support mobile operators’ efforts to adopt more sustainable technologies.
Content Delivery Networks (CDN) answer many of today’s questions about how to deliver tomorrow’s content for programmers. While migrating to IP distribution can look daunting from afar, solutions like CommScope’s DigiCipher Streaming prove that the path can be gradual, flexible, and low-risk.