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The primary mission of military and civilian federal agencies—protecting and serving citizens—has never been more critical. But budget and manpower realities, not to mention evolving security threats, are making these missions more challenging. You need to modernize IT infrastructure continuously and manage it with the people and budget you have. That’s why we offer secure, intelligent, cost-effective solutions that are scalable to future applications.
With a 30-year history of federal IT network modernization, CommScope knows how to help federal organizations update their network infrastructure in a scalable and secure manner—whether the access technology is wired or wireless, and whatever the scale. Classified networks are safeguarded using color-coded connections to maximize security, and our software-upgradeable switches and Wi-Fi work in the toughest environments (with secure access for every device and user). We have the technology and expertise to help you build it right the first time.
CommScope is the only company to offer a complete licensed and unlicensed suite of wireless products with the ethernet switching products, cable and fiber infrastructure to support agencies implementation of 5G, private LTE and Wi-Fi 6. We make life easier for IT—with a total cost of ownership (TCO) that gets IT modernization done faster.
Add wireless network capacity, boost performance and improve satisfaction with CommScope’s 5G-ready mobile connectivity solutions.
Solutions for multi tenant, enterprise, service and cloud providers, automated infrastructure management, pre-terminated fiber and copper, fiber raceway, structured cabling and hyperscale.
Modernized networks start with smart infrastructure, inside and out. Fiber and copper structured cabling, cellular and Wi-Fi, wireless access points, ICX switching and more.
The availability of CBRS (Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service) is creating opportunities for organizations all over the United States to deliver a new level of connectivity. This is especially true for federal organizations that require secure and interference-free connections. CBRS can be utilized to easily self-deploy private LTE networks. CBRS can also help improve poor indoor cellular coverage. We’ve developed a number of resources to educate and inform our federal customers about this new technology. Please check out our Top 5 Things You Should Know, interactive infographic, latest blog, survey of federal workers, and our CBRS LTE portfolio.
Unfortunately, today’s government employees typically enjoy better cellular coverage at home than they do on the job. If the federal government does not start to offer a better wireless experience, users will be tempted to access less secure, open networks for connectivity. Surveys show this is already occurring, so federal network providers would be wise to understand CBRS now in its early stages.