CommScope, Cisco, Corning updates: Last week's top stories
New antennas from CommScope address efficiency, path to 5G; Cisco completes acquisition of Luxtera; Corning notches quarterly dividend increase of 11%; More.
Welcome again to our weekly round-up of the top structured cabling industry news stories and featured articles for ICT and IT industry professionals, as compiled by the editors of Cabling Installation & Maintenance magazine and CablingInstall.com.
The new CommScope 3.5 GHz-capable antennas support macro cell and outdoor small cell deployments with a variety of single band and multiband options available, including beamforming.
Semiconductor company Luxtera uses silicon photonics to build integrated optics capabilities for webscale and enterprise data centers, service provider market segments, and other customers.
Luxshare-ICT, a leader in high performance interconnects and cable assemblies, has selected Spectra7’s GaugeChanger technology for integration into this new line of OSFP active copper cables.
While today's mesh systems commonly use dual-band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) technology, ARRIS designed the SURFboard mAX Pro System around tri-band to leverage additional frequency bands for more throughput with less interference.
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