CommScope's COVID-19 Customer & Partner Hub Visit
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 25, 2020
Earlier this month, CommScope was named a Wi-Fi Alliance 2020 Industry Impact Award recipient. The award recognizes outstanding member companies who have collaborated extensively in Wi-Fi Alliance and made significant contributions to the organization’s mission and the Wi-Fi industry over the last year.
June 02, 2020
Wi-Fi 6 is the talk of the wireless industry. Some are asking “What’s the big deal?” and “What do I need to consider?” Dennis Huang answers these questions and highlights some areas where Wi-Fi 6 access points are pushing the technology mainstream.
April 20, 2020
As the FCC is scheduled to take the final vote this coming Thursday on Wi-Fi 6E, we expect this technology will bring tremendous opportunity and will drive new “all home” wireless architectures. In this blog, Charles Cheevers previews what we should expect and invites you to register for the April 24th Wi-Fi Now webinar.
April 03, 2020
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission announced his proposal for new rules to enable unlicensed operation in 1200 MHz of spectrum in the 6GHz band. His action would increase the amount of prime mid-band Wi-Fi spectrum by nearly 500%. In this blog, Charles Cheevers explains how CommScope is at the forefront of Wi-Fi 6E and how this technology will bring tremendous opportunity, driving new ‘All Home’ wireless architectures.
September 25, 2018
Target Wake Time (TWT) reduces power consumption and improves spectral efficiency by enabling devices to determine how often to wake in order to send/receive data. This technology enables 802.11ax deployments to consistenly deliver higher quality of service to many different devices with minimal contention or overlap.
September 12, 2018
eSports stadiums and arenas present an extremely demanding environment for wireless networks. 802.11ax will help, but legacy devices with similar efficiencies can bridge the gap to adoption and future proof your infrastructure. Our proprietary features give stadiums the edge they need in a highly competitive market.
August 13, 2018
802.11ax addresses the proliferation of connected devices driven by the Internet of Things (IoT) and offers an enhanced feature set to accommodate high-density AP deployments in challenging environments such as smart cities.
July 25, 2018
Stadium access points should leverage additional technologies to maximize limited spectrum, ensure robust connections and bolster bandwidth for flawless 4K streaming. Specific examples of AP features that go well beyond the 802.11ax standard include airtime decongestion to reduce unnecessary traffic.