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CommScope's Bart Giordano Honored on CRN’s 2020 Top 100 Executives List
CRN named CommScope's Bart Giordano to its 2020 list of Top 100 Executives. This annual list recognizes the trailblazing technology executives who are shaping, transforming, and positively disrupting the IT channel. Pramod Badjate explains Bart’s accolade in this blog.
Don’t look now—here comes 800G!
100G optics are hitting the market en masse and 400G is expected sometime next year. Nevertheless, data traffic continues to increase and the pressure on data centers is only ramping up. In this blog, James Young explains that between the standards bodies and the industry, significant and promising developments are underway that could get data centers to 400G and 800G.
Wi-Fi 6E and the Connected Home
The allocation of the 6GHz band to Wi-Fi by the Federal Communications Commission is truly a historic moment in wireless and will impact the world of connectivity for decades to come. In this blog, Charles Cheevers explains the benefits of Wi-Fi 6E and showcases the presentation he made during a special Wi-Fi NOW webinar held on Apr. 24, 2020.
Can School Bus Wi-Fi Help Address Digital Equity?
In the U.S., approximately 480,000 school buses take about 25 million students back and forth to school on a normal day. Some school districts are now deploying the buses as Wi-Fi hotspots in places where connectivity is needed most. This blog by Rich Nedwich explains how this is being done and a few more ideas to help get students connected.
Providing excellent Wi-Fi connectivity is now table stakes for businesses
In a quest to help IT administrators provide excellent Wi-Fi connectivity, we started with the question of “why.” Lakshmi Nagarajan shares the beginning steps of how our engineers started on a path to incorporate AI and ML in network administration.
Staying Connected with Wi-Fi During COVID-19
CommScope is proud to announce we have donated 150 RUCKUS outdoor access points (APs) and 200 PoE switches to the Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC), a non-profit that provides communication needs to first responders and communities affected by natural disasters across the US. The PoE switches and APs will be deployed over the coming months across the U.S. to support field hospitals and homework hot spots.
Wi-Fi 6E to Enable a New Generation of Applications and Services
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission announced his proposal for new rules to enable unlicensed operation in 1200 MHz of spectrum in the 6GHz band. His action would increase the amount of prime mid-band Wi-Fi spectrum by nearly 500%. In this blog, Charles Cheevers explains how CommScope is at the forefront of Wi-Fi 6E and how this technology will bring tremendous opportunity, driving new ‘All Home’ wireless architectures.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors with Wi-Fi Hot Spots: The Quarantine Edition
In times of natural disasters and crises, one of the critical needs that is often overlooked is communications. In this blog, Heather Williams explains how Nextwave Wireless and CommScope teamed up to build a Wi-Fi homework hot spot.