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2023 ANS Trends – Cable Network and Headend
Multi-Service Operators (MSOs) are facing a “Back to the Future” scenario for 2023 and beyond: they’ve heard the familiar call for increased network speeds and capacity for advanced consumer services, with compounded annual growth rates (CAGRs) for average busy-hour upstream bandwidth usage of greater than 20%. Same as it ever was, right?
Big Games require Big Speed, 5G Speed
Stadiums don’t just host teams; they host fans and those fans expect an experience. Fan expectations require high-speed data capabilities – and this is especially true for championship games where attendance rates are at their peak.
Connectivity in 2023 – Emerging technology to drive industry forward
After a challenging 12 months, there is growing optimism that demand for broadband services will surge again in 2023.
2023 Predictions: The Demands of Tomorrow’s Broadband Networks
Elevated bandwidth demand and access to high-quality broadband have become a necessity. The question for service providers is no longer whether it's time to build next-generation networks, but which investments to make, how to deploy them quickly and efficiently and how to engineer, install, and maintain that new infrastructure.
A Look at Splicing Methods: Types, Advantages and Disadvantages
The FTTH industry has grown exponentially in recent years, leading to changes in the ways that networks are being deployed, and the methods used to patch fiber optic cables. Technological evolution now enables successful fiber connections in most environments, but there remain differences between the different methods.
Broadband for Everyone Initiative Puts Prodigy® in the Spotlight
After more than two years of remote learning and work, it’s clear that broadband infrastructure is a challenge for communities and lacking for many—particularly in rural and underserved areas. In this blog, we continue exploring CommScope's Broadband for Everyone and how we are supporting service providers by offering innovative fiber hardened connectivity that accelerates deployments by simplifying material planning, warehousing and field installation.
Broadband for Everyone: Navigating Today’s Constrained Labor Market
Today's labor shortage is not restricted to a single country, region, or continent. It is a global issue that has the potential to impede access to broadband for people everywhere. In this blog, we’ll provide a few pointers to help service providers expand their networks in a time when broadband technicians are in short supply.
CommScope Contributes to L4S Technology
L4S is a new transport technology that allows bandwidth-intensive applications such as cloud gaming, virtual reality and augmented reality to get significantly low-network latency. CommScope recently participated in the world’s first-ever “L4S Interop Event” hosted by IETF-114 Hackathon & Code Lounge. Read more about the event and how it brought together implementers of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF’s) Low Latency, Low Loss, Scalable Throughput technology.