CommScope has successfully demonstrated the technical feasibility of Category 8 cabling for enterprise networks. This is a step along the path towards a viable 40GBASE-T system for data centre applications.
CommScope will exhibit at stand B3 during the May 29-30 Datacentres Europe 2013 conference in Nice, France. The featured attractions will include the latest in intelligent infrastructure management and data center infrastructure management solutions.
The need to increase and improve the quality of the network used to transmit data, voice and image, led to Quip - a company specializing in implementing projects under EPC (stands for Engineering, Procurement and Construction) in the market for offshore constructions - investing in a Category 6 network in a new unit in Rio de Janeiro.
CommScope recently opened a new Technology Innovation Center at its Bray, Ireland facility. “We have a long history of enabling wired and wireless communication networks and invest an average of approximately €100 million each year in developing innovative and agile solutions, some of which are now included within the Bray facility,” said Fiona Nolan, senior vice president, Global Marketing, CommScope. “The opening of this new innovation center is testament of our commitment to our customers
CommScope, a communications network infrastructure provider, is betting high on the growth of Intelligent Infrastructure in India. The company looks at large enterprises as the first movers at this point of time since the intelligent network management is increasingly becoming imperative for India's CTOs and CIOs.
US company CommScope has opened a new technology innovation centre at its Bray, Co Wicklow facility which will provide customers from across the European, Middle East and African regions a greater opportunity to see and learn about the latest technologies underpinning networks.
The overlap between cloud computing and enterprise mobility is becoming ever more pronounced. And according to a new survey from Rackspace Hosting, the proliferation of cloud computing, and mobilising workforces means that companies are likely to spend far less on office space.
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Emergency Communication Services Market in the US 2012-2016" report to their offering. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the deployment of a nationwide public safety broadband network. The Emergency Communication Service market in the US has also been witnessing the increasing use of wireless next-generation emergency communication services. One of the key vendors dominating this space is CommScope Inc.
In the following video, Willie O'Connell, EMEA technical director at CommScope, discusses what to consider when building or expanding a data center and how to prepare for the future. The premise of the interview is that skyrocketing demand for storage and networking capabilities are putting in-house and hosted data centers under greater pressure than ever before.
Although DAS is a proven solution for network capacity, innovations for simplifying the practical implementation of that solution have been slow in coming, Michael Schumate, CommScope spokesman, told DAS Bulletin. This lack of simplification has meant longer time to market, expensive engineering skill requirements and difficult optimization, testing, and maintenance.