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Data center evolution in 2023: Efficiency is the name of the game
The last few years have introduced unprecedented business conditions for every industry, but among the most heavily affected are cloud-based services that are run by the global network of data centers. The business model has changed to accept new realities and fulfill new obligations.
5G means big changes for large public venues in 2023 and beyond
We are now in the phase of 5G growth for in-building wireless. Over the the next few years, we expect to see many more 5G upgrade projects for the distributed antenna systems that deliver cellular networks in large public venues.
Bridging the Digital Divide in 2023
Bridging the digital divide will continue to be a major theme as we head into 2023, and there is still a lot of work to be done. Network providers will continue to work closely with government agencies to bridge this divide. By working together, we can make broadband for everyone a reality.
Poll Finds Feds View Network Speed, Data Privacy Key 5G Benefits
Federal agencies are exploring 5G’s implications for their missions, from taking defense technologies to the next level to improving telehealth visits for veterans. To explore sentiments around how federal government employees view their agency’s 5G progress, GBC conducted a brief survey with 116 federal government employees.
5G, IoT, AI/ML and Remote Work Will Continue to Push Data Centers Forward Through 2022: Here’s How
In 2021, we saw an acceleration in migration to the cloud, and more edge data centers being built. IoT and “smart everything” is driving the move to the cloud, and IoT use will continue to skyrocket. CommScope’s Ernie Pickens blogs about data center trends in 2022 and beyond.
Our 2022 Predictions for Home Networks
What can we expect in 2022 for the connected home and the consumers who live, learn, work, and play there? In this blog, Charles Cheevers showcases the technology vectors that CommScope’s Home Networks business sees as driving consumer adoption in 2022 and beyond.
Emphasizing Experience in 2022 for Venue and Campus Networks
2022 will see a refinement of trends that were born in the COVID era. Educational institutions, public venues, offices and hotels will all need faster, more robust wired and wireless networks to support their various initiatives. CommScope’s Bart Giordano blogs on the impact of enhancing experience through digital capabilities.
Predictions for the Future of Broadband Networks
The global response to COVID-19, building momentum in network investments, and continued innovation in broadband technology are all contributing to the next phase of evolution in broadband. CommScope’s Tom Cloonan and Ric Johnsen blog on six areas that will steer this evolution in 2022.
How 5G Will Impact Network Operators in 2022
Looking to 2022, we’ll see renewed focus on the growth of 4G and time spent on evaluating the most pragmatic ways to add capacity and capability into 5G deployment plans. CommScope’s Farid Firouzbakht blogs about three major trends in the market for the coming year.
Bringing Wi-Fi to Disconnected Communities: Q&A with Al Brown, SmartWAVE Technologies
CommScope’s RUCKUS® partnered with SmartWAVE Technologies and Insight Enterprises to bring connectivity to Hidalgo County, Texas, where one-third of families live below the poverty line. Mittal Parekh’s blog highlights his conversation with Al Brown, SmartWAVE Technologies who shares insight on the largest free public Wi-Fi network in the U.S.
5G Futures: Impact and Infrastructure
From our homes, airports, hospitals, stadiums, enterprise office buildings, how do we connect all of these things? 4G, 5G, Wi-Fi 6 and 6E all must work together to support a broad range of use cases. CommScope’s Morne Erasmus blogs about topics covered during the 5G Futures webinar series presented by Nextgov, Defense One, and Route Fifty.
Leading 5G with Efficient Small Cell Densification
As 5G rollouts gather steam, the deployment is driving the surge for small cells, and it is estimated there will be 1.56 million private 5G small cells deployed by 2027. Matt Morris shares more in this blog how you can realize the full benefits when deploying 5G small cell.
Interoperability Even More Critical for Emergency Communications
Every second counts in emergency response. That is why real-time communications across multiple agencies and multiple jurisdictions—as well as inside and outside buildings-- is critical to ensure the safety of citizens. These communications vehicles are increasingly complex in a mobile environment and yet must be reliable, secure, and easy to use.
How Federal Agencies Can Get Highly Secure Wi-Fi
Installing modern, secure Wi-Fi technology in a federal facility sounds easy enough, but for many agencies it’s a daunting task. Agencies frequently lack the expertise needed to design and deploy a Wi-Fi solution that can be used for official or non-official business and comply with the many complex security controls. CommScope partner, Paliton Ne
Low Ping = No Need for Low Latency DOCSIS… Right?
CommScope already offers an end-to-end LLD solution that provides low-latency and low-jitter performance from the home to the internet, and back. The solution enables MSOs to create new revenue streams, enhance overall network quality and customer satisfaction, and reduce subscriber churn by offering services that their customers need.
The Future of the Workplace
What will the future workplace look like when we all come back? The answer is coming into focus as companies survey their workforces about worksite preferences and their priorities in office settings, and as workspace designers respond to those new attitudes. CommScope’s Jason Bautista blogs about new priorities, underlying technology innovation
Addressing MAC randomization—the case for Passpoint in the hospitality industry
Addressing MAC randomization—the case for Passpoint in the hospitality industry
How Far Will 10G Take Us?
10G is now a reality. CommScope’s Alper Turken talks about the world’s first commercial virtualized 10G-EPON deployment that will enable J:COM to power 10G broadband across the country’s residential and business customers.
Healthcare should leave the legacy networks behind
The current stresses experienced by healthcare providers make it the perfect time to take a fresh look at how the network operates, and what possibilities exist to emerge from the pandemic leaner and smarter than ever.
What’s next for video services?
With increasing popularity of streamers, service providers are rethinking their video service strategy and the opportunities arising from changing consumer needs. In this blog, Anthony Zuyderhoff showcases a recent CTAM Europe webinar he participated in with CommScope’s Pablo Guaglianone.
The Enterprise Source
Explore these quick-read guides and thought-leader insights to learn what’s possible from today’s enterprise network infrastructure, what’s around the corner, and how your enterprise can gain that critical edge. Get the latest information on:
- Automated infrastructure management (AIM)
- Category 6A Ethernet
- Migration to 400G/800G
- Multimode fiber
- Power over cabling (PoE and powered fiber)
- Other structured cabling
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Connecting Communities with Public Wi-Fi – Where there’s will, there’s a Way
Learn how Ruckus has partnered with solution providers to provide solutions to help address and close the digital divide in one rural community in Texas.
Rethinking your 5G infrastructure expansion
CommScope's Femi Oshiga, Vice President Sales, Service Providers, MEA & APAC, shares insights into how although the COVID-19 pandemic brought some disruption to wireless operator rollouts, the race to 5G has not slowed down.
Reviving the hospitality industry by plugging into connectivity
With travellers harbouring higher expectations on personalized services as travelling resumes, the adoption of new technologies will be vital for the revival of the hospitality sector, says Sanjiv Verma, vice president, Ruckus Networks, APAC, CommScope.