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    3 Key Ingredients Drive CommScope Innovation

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    Want to enhance your knowledge on testing cabling installations?

    The CommScope Infrastructure Academy offers a course on testing copper and fiber optic cabling installations – such as LAN, copper twisted pair cabling, DAS, FTTx and more. Students will gain an understanding of the different field testing requirements and methods together with the latest standards and specifications.

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    The Best LTE Experience – with the Economics of Wi-Fi

    CommScope’s award-winning OneCell delivers consistent, superior LTE performance throughout enterprises and public spaces, with the economics and simplicity of managed Wi-Fi. Using a revolutionary Cloud RAN (C-RAN) architecture, the OneCell Baseband Controller and multiple Radio Points form a single “super” cell that eliminates small cell handovers and border interference.

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    The Universal Connectivity Grid, with CAT6A performance

    A common connectivity platform provides infrastructure efficiencies from the design phase to the operations phase of an intelligent building. Product cost and installation efficiencies can be identified at the design phase and realized at the installation phase by addressing common media and pathway requirements.

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Latest From Our Blog

Sharing an antenna doesn’t mean giving up control

Mohamed Nadder Hamdy - Jun 24, 2016

The practice of network sharing has been a recurring topic of interest in the wireless industry. Today, network operators are looking for more cost-effective methods to transition to 4G services including LTE and LTE-Advanced. CommScope offers a new white paper titled, “Sharing an antenna doesn’t mean giving up control” to help. See today’s blog post by Mohamed Nadder Hamdy for more information and to download the white paper. Read more

Is it the Internet of Things or Internet for People?

Tom Murphy - Jun 23, 2016

We’ve come a long way since the introduction of the concept of Internet of Things 20 years ago. There are many connected devices, but can your critical infrastructure handle this amount of data? In this blog, Tom Murphy explains that it’s time for you to get your networks ready. Read more

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