December 18, 2020
Get Whole Home Wi-Fi 6 Coverage with the SURFboard mAX
Wi-Fi is now so vital to our daily lives. That’s why many customers upgrading their networks today are opting for mesh networking technology, for whole home wireless coverage. Because connectivity and faster Wi-Fi speeds are more important than ever, CommScope is expanding its ARRIS SURFboard mAX product line. In this blog, we introduce you to the ARRIS SURFboard mAX Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 system.
May 08, 2020
CommScope Definitions: What is Open RAN?
The fundamental underpinning of Open RAN is the standardization of radio interfaces in an open manner to ensure interoperability between component radio equipment manufactured by different vendors. Kevin Linehan explains more in this blog.
January 01, 2019
A Look Back at 2018: CommScope Definitions: What is MPTL?
As we say good-bye to 2018, we look back at some of our most shared blogs of the year. MPTL is an innovative technology, addressing what many view as a seemingly insignificant issue. Ashley Martin takes a behind the scenes look at why this technology addresses an industry problem.
October 08, 2018
CommScope Definitions: What is MPTL?
MPTL is an innovative technology, addressing what many view as a seemingly insignificant issue. Ashley Martin takes a behind the scenes look at why this technology addresses an industry problem.
October 05, 2018
CommScope Definitions: What is Cloud Computing?
The cloud. It’s not just those white puffy things in the sky. It’s where data travels. We continue our CommScope Definitions series with a look at cloud computing and how it can help your network.
February 02, 2018
CommScope Definitions: What is Edge Computing?
In the latest entry to the CommScope Definitions series, this blog defines edge computing, a hot topic in the data center industry. What does this mean for service providers and improving the customers experience? Frank Yang explains these and more.
January 01, 2017
CommScope Definitions: What are Cell Clusters?
When planning a cellular network, operators typically allocate different frequency bands or channels to adjacent cells so that interference is reduced even when the coverage areas overlap slightly. In this way, cells can be grouped together in what is termed a cluster. Philip Sorrells explains more about cell clusters in today’s blog post, the latest entry in the CommScope Definitions series.
January 01, 2017
CommScope Definitions: What is a Fiber Distribution Hub?
Operators are desperate to deploy fiber deeper into their network. They are searching for innovative ways to deploy this technology that not only has a high fiber count, but also meets the restrictive permitting ordinances. In this blog, we defin the Fiber Distribution Hub.