Articles found: 20
Standards Updates for Optical Fiber: What You Need to Know
Industry standards for optical fiber cables, components, systems and applications continually evolve and progress in an effort to ensure interoperability, performance, uniform testing and support for the latest technologies, bandwidth demand and industry initiatives. As the industry evolves, standards bodies also aim to improve accuracy, usability and alignment of various fiber standards through ongoing reviews, updates and restructuring.
CommScope Definitions: What is Wi-Fi roaming? Part 2
In Part 2 of the "What is Wi-Fi roaming" blog series, CommScope's Matt Melester explains how the company is a proponent of Cisco's OpenRoaming and Google's Orion platforms and the potential these platforms will have on the Wi-Fi industry and our customers.
CommScope Definitions: What is Wi-Fi roaming?
The recent launch of Orion WiFi by Google brought the topic of OpenRoaming back into the spotlight. What is it and why should you care? In Part 1 of this series, Matt Melester defines Wi-Fi roaming and the players that are moving the technology toward adoption.
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.
CommScope Definitions: What are Professional Services?
From the design and management of future networks to the implementation, verification, and automation of these complex projects, CommScope’s Professional services team ensure that the biggest, most ambitious network shifts go off without a hitch. Read more about professional services and how they can help you.
CommScope Definition: What is HDBaseT?
HDBaseT is shaping the future of digital connectivity. Ashok Srinivasan writes about the history of the global standard in this definitions blog.
CommScope Definitions: What is SVoD?
Some say we are experiencing the second golden age of television. With new technology, we all want to watch what we want, at any time of the day, and on any device. The content we choose is now available on demand. One way we get our contact is using a technology called Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD). In this blog, Colleen McVeigh explains the definition of SVoD.
CommScope Definitions: What is OTT?
Streaming video has become a popular form of entertainment. No longer are you relying on basic cable for your television needs. Now, you can stream from various subscription services wireless. That type of service is called Over the Top (OTT). In this blog, Mark Alrutz explains the proper definition of OTT services.