CommScope's COVID-19 Customer & Partner Hub Visit
September 16, 2020
SCTE kicks off in less than a month. Make sure to check out our thought leaders and subject matter experts cover a range of timely industry topics— including how to cope with bandwidth spikes and plan for long-term growth in an increasingly virtual world, as well as what the future holds for DOCSIS 4.0, low-latency DOCSIS, IoT, and more.
September 02, 2020
In the not-too-distant future, we will be seeing the first deployments of a new and improved Wi-Fi network standard: Wi-Fi 6E. In this blog, Dennis Huang explains Wi-Fi 6E will be an express lane dedicated to supporting the most demanding, high-bandwidth low-latency applications.
June 11, 2020
We caught up with CommScope’s Broadband Networks Tom Cloonan (CTO) and David Grubb (SVP of Engineering) to bring us up to speed on virtualization: What it is. Why it’s so important for operators. And what’s driving their decision-making.
May 27, 2020
CommScope’s Field Applications team delivers global training for today’s challenges and tomorrow’s networks. Mark Alrutz explains in this blog.
May 19, 2020
With the rising demand for 5G service and devices, networks must expand to meet the demand for better and faster coverage. Matthew Severin explains in this blog.
May 11, 2020
Your Internet habits over the past two months have changed completely. So why is your internet still working? Tom Cloonan, CTO of Broadband Networks at CommScope tells us why in his latest blog post.
April 28, 2020
“Essential” is a common word used today. Network infrastructures supporting healthcare, education and more are being built quickly due to demand. These networks will be just as essential tomorrow as employees go back to their workplaces and students go back to school. Jason Reasor explains in this blog how you can ensure your infrastructure is ready for what’s next (or for future applications).
April 23, 2020
We’re announcing an agreement with global packaging solutions leader Sonoco to recycle fiber optics reels throughout the United States. These large, wooden spools that are typically sent to the landfills after their fiber is deployed will be collected, refurbished, and repainted in Granite Falls, NC and then reused throughout the country. Read more about this announcement in our blog from Eric E. Alston.