Never has the enterprise network played a more important role in the success of the business. With new opportunities comes increased pressure to keep the entire network up and running. How do you ensure maximum reliability across a much larger and more diverse eco-system? In this blog, Ronna Davis summarizes what you should consider making your network more reliable and encourages you sign up for an upcoming webinar.
We expect our connectivity to be seamless. We never expect to be without it, especially members of Generation Z. As technology continues to evolve so do the demands of the younger generations who have grown up with constant connectivity. In this blog, Mallory Schultze explains how smart cities will revolutionize the way we live, including her generation.
Deciding to deploy single-mode fiber or multimode fiber in your campus is like choosing to fly or drive during your vacation. No matter what you decide you’ll still get to your destination, but it requires serious planning. In this blog, Jennifer Duits shows the pros and cons to both and helps you plan your upcoming vacation (i.e., campus networking project).
At CommScope, we believe that corporate responsibility and sustainability means making decisions that have a positive impact on our people, planet and bottom line. In this blog, Zuzana Pospechova introduces you to the CommScope 2018 Sustainability Report.
During the past year, CommScope has shown its commitment to long haul microwaves with an update of its long-haul antennas. In this blog, Jim Syme explains when the new long-haul microwave antennas are introduced, they will meet the needs of any customer as they expand and improve their networks.
There has been a lot of news about CommScope in the last few months. In this blog, Alexy Luecke gives you a summary of some of that news we are showcasing in the last issue of CommScope Digital Magazine.
Distributed fiber architectures have a place in buildings; however, what type of distributed fiber network is best for the commercial building environment? In this blog, Ronna Davis explains that using point-to-point fiber optic cabling can provide flexibility and future-proofing over PON fiber solutions in commercial buildings.
A lot of movies “predict” the future. While some come true, we are still waiting for somethings to happen. The one thing that will be consistent will be the cabling infrastructure because the data will need to travel from point to point. In this blog, Danny Cohen, an account manager at LINX, a member of the CommScope PartnerPRO Network, explains that the future will migrate from copper to fiber eventually.