CommScope at #MWC17: A Multitude of Network Solutions
The evolution to 5G will include more cell sites and site sectors, centralized and cloud RANs, and more fiber throughout. Adding capacity to networks – as always – is still critical. At Mobile World Congress 2017, CommScope will be displaying and discussing network solutions for the next generation of cellular. In this blog, Philip Sorrells previews CommScope’s presence at the major wireless industry event, #MWC17.
Top Promising Innovations – ION-E Unified Wireless Infrastructure
With 80 percent of mobile connections being made inside buildings but only about two percent of the world’s commercial space being covered from the inside, something needs to change. That change needs to meet coverage and capacity demands quickly and cost-effectively. With a promising new innovation—the ION-E solution—help is on the way. Designed around IT-based structured cabling architecture, it is friendly to both wireless operators and business enterprises. Van Hanson explains this innovation in this blog.
Five Consumer Trends Driving Network Convergence in 2017
We like to be connected to everything and everyone. What makes connectivity better is greater network convergence. It’s something consumers want; however, they do not know what it is. All they know is that their connection is fast and reliable. In a series of blogs this year, we will highlight network convergence and industry trends related to this topic. In this blog, Jessica Epley highlights several consumer trends that are driving operators for better network convergence.
Three Fundamental Strategies for Achieving 5G
CommScope believes there are three fundamental strategies for achieving the 5G vision: densification, virtualization and optimization. Kevin Linehan explains more about them in this video blog in anticipation of the upcoming, major wireless industry event, Mobile World Congress 2017.
What to Expect from MSOs in 2017
Broadband cable providers (aka, multiple system operators [MSOs]) continue to provide content to residential subscribers; however, they have also branched out and enhanced their data delivery networks to support different customers. They evolved because of their subscribers’ thirst for bandwidth for OTT and IoT. So, what does 2017 hold for MSOs? In this blog, Mark Alrutz provides you some insight into the world of MSOs.
2017 Trends for Telecom: 5G, Net Neutrality and Emerging Markets
A new year, a new outlook. As our company moves into 2017, we see three trends making waves over the next 12 months. Read today’s blog by CommScope’s Jaxon Lang, and see if they match what you have in mind. Here’s a hint: 5G and exploding Internet…
Cellular Networks in 2017: More of the Same in the Midst of Change
The trends that defined the wireless network industry in 2016 are all still in play in 2017, says Ben Cardwell. While that might sound like more of the same, it can also be thought of as a prelude to 5G. Now is the time when mobile network operators are laying the groundwork for the future while monetizing and managing their investments from the past. 詳細は本日のブログ記事をご覧ください。
マイクロ波システムの基本 : 偏波
オンラインコース、マイクロ波無線アンテナリンクの基礎より、Derren Oliver がマイクロ波アンテナ偏光に関する低密度コンテンツを概観します。Part of the CommScope Infrastructure Academy, the full online course can be completed for a certification that is valid for three years.