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Expectations for your enterprise network have never been higher, as both employees and customers engage with your business in new ways. To keep up with demand, your network infrastructure has to be up to the task. That’s where CommScope solutions can help your network do more—and do it better.
CommScope’s network infrastructure solutions are built to make your network simpler to deploy and manage, improve its reliability, and give it the adaptability to evolve as user demand requires.
Our comprehensive solutions portfolios cover every connection and cable, from copper and fiber structured cabling to IoT access networks; from unified Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi 6E and switching to intelligent automated infrastructure management; and from 5G-ready distributed antenna systems to small cells.
With CommScope, a simpler, more reliable and more adaptable network can power the future of your infrastructure—and your business.
As IT—and now OT (operational technology)—networks multiply, expand and become more complex, you must be able to simplify and automate them to manage the entire ecosystem effectively.
Some use cases are so critical or challenging that you need something more than your everyday network to serve them.
New construction techniques prevent outdoor cell signals from penetrating the building and providing the strong cellular coverage that employees, guests and customers expect. Throw 5G into the mix and delivering dependable cellular service indoors is even more difficult.
Your challenge: reduce OpEx, enhance safety, and increase user satisfaction—by making your building smarter. Are you ready?
Your network doesn’t stop at the front door. Connect your smart buildings into a smart campus, with ubiquitous wired and wireless connectivity and the infrastructure needed to support the multiplicity of devices and sensors.
By 2025, an estimated 22 billion IoT devices will connect to the internet. The diversity of connections is nearly as daunting as the sheer number of devices. What is your strategy for deploying and managing your IoT networks effectively?
Sixth-generation Wi-Fi, based on the 802.11ax standard, can deliver in excess of 5 Gbps while providing better performance in congested areas and supporting challenging latency and power requirements. How can you leverage Wi-Fi 6 in addressing the capacity crunch?
Businesses are increasingly dependent on public Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi roaming using Hotspot 2.0 boosts the value of that service. What do you need to know to take advantage of the opportunity?
Increasing speed and latency requirements are redefining network architectures within the enterprise data center. As traditional three-tier topologies are replaced by spine-and-leaf systems, fiber and port densities must increase accordingly. Success comes down to the physical layer cabling and connectivity.
K-12 schools need the right tools to support the transition to digital learning. The U.S. federal government’s E-Rate program enables schools to deploy or improve their broadband infrastructure. With time running out, CommScope can help your school realize a smarter future.
Ruckus Wi-Fi solutions make network onboarding and authentication simple and secure for bring your own devices (BYOD), guest users and IT-owned devices.
The enterprise network is a fluid environment that must be able to scale quickly and seamlessly as its footprint grows. The Universal Connectivity Grid is an easy-to-deploy, structured approach designed to support new users and spaces with regularly spaced consolidation points. Fast, simple and elegant.
Utility Grade INFRASTRUCTURESM (UTG) combines technology, design and support to power the potential of converged smart building IT/OT networks.
Deliver consistent, reliable voice service on Wi-Fi networks with HD voice over Wi-Fi and HD Wi-Fi calling.
Using Ruckus optimized wired and wireless solutions with 2.5 GbE technology, you can get multi-gigabit access capacity over your existing cable plant.
The enterprise network is one of several levers driving long-term business success. The best-built networks are those that most effectively serve the core needs of the organization: business continuity, data security, physical safety and the universal connectivity that fuels the future.
A better user experience means a more productive workplace. From outdoor Wi-Fi to indoor cellular and everything in between, CommScope wireless networks connect your always-on users everywhere and anywhere.
With 40 years of networking experience—including structured cabling, wired and wireless access—CommScope builds IT and OT networks that help you achieve stable, secure, uninterrupted connections for your people and things.
CommScope simplifies network complexity by minimizing network silos, consolidating wired and wireless infrastructure, automating network monitoring, and providing a single source for managing your entire physical layer.
CommScope’s open network architecture and technology partner ecosystem enable us to deliver solutions that address industry-specific business challenges.
CommScope has been at the top of the structured cabling game for decades, and that’s not changing now. Our SYSTIMAX® portfolio has the right solution for you.
Get real-time visibility into every physical connection and take network management to the next level with imVision® automated infrastructure management.
The intelligence of today’s smart buildings is in the integrated communications infrastructure that powers and connects. Learn the strategies and best practices of creating the network infrastructure needed to realize your smart building’s potential.
Enterprise employees and visitors rely on smart building infrastructure to support the latest wired and wireless technology, including the vast array of connected devices. It takes an integrated solution—fiber and copper structured cabling, cellular and Wi-Fi mobility and automated management—to keep everything secure, connected and optimized.
The distributed antenna system (DAS) has been the de facto standard for in-building cellular. CommScope has given it a serious upgrade. ERA is the first indoor DAS built on a C-RAN architecture. It consolidates and simplifies head-end resources and flexibly allocates capacity where and when it’s needed through a simple drag-and-drop software interface.
Joint white paper by CommScope, Panduit and Leviton, exploring the types of single pair ethernet (SPE) connectors and applications as well as capabilities.