CommScope unveils global certified partner program for network infrastructure
CommScope's global PartnerPRO network addresses its three main markets: cable television, business enterprise and telecom/wireless.
CommScope has announced its PartnerPRO network of trained, certified network infrastructure partners, supporting customers in the company's three main markets: cable television, business enterprise, telecom wireline/wireless. The global partner program consists of consultants, integrators, installers, distributors and alliance partners who are trained and certified by CommScope to deliver the company’s range of network infrastructure platforms, while providing skilled expertise and support for network deployments.
“Through the PartnerPRO Network, CommScope is building an extensive network of skilled professionals focused on solving our customers’ most complex technological problems,” comments Stephen Kowal, vice president, Global Partners, CommScope. “CommScope partners are closely aligned with us in selecting, supplying and/or implementing world-class communications solutions for cable plants, data centers, wireless systems and other networks.”
The new program's value proposition is stated by the company as follows, "Network technology complexity and subscriber expectations are increasing. When a rural cable operator wants to add fiber to the network, an IT manager needs to upgrade the data center, or a facility manager receives complaints about slow in-building wireless service, the CommScope PartnerPRO Network can help. PartnerPRO links the right people with the right solutions so customers can make the right choices when implementing CommScope solutions."
Via the PartnerPRO network, CommScope says its customers may receive: state-of-the-art technology solutions with upgrade paths that can decrease capital and operating expenses; warranty protection on CommScope certified solutions; consistent installation services globally; peace of mind from working with expert industry professionals. Becoming a CommScope certified partner may also help consultants, integrators, installers and distributors differentiate themselves in an increasingly competitive market. According to the company, partners also receive: training and certification supported by the CommScope Infrastructure Academy; the ability to offer CommScope warranty programs; increased access to CommScope’s global customer base; increased recognition in the marketplace; potential early access to new technology; ongoing training.
In addition to consultation, installation and commissioning services, CommScope partners will be able to offer and support the company’s brands, including: Andrew solutions for wireless networks, especially challenging coverage and capacity applications; Systimax solutions for data centers and intelligent buildings; BOS (BrightPath Optical Solutions) for “fiber to the x” broadband; Uniprise solutions for structured cabling needs.
“CommScope has successfully operated a BusinessPartner program for years, which PartnerPRO expands upon and replaces,” adds Kowal. “Partners and customers have consistently verified the benefits of participating in a CommScope partner program, and we’re confident that this new OneCommScope partner program raises the bar even further.” For more information, visit www.commscope.com/partnerpro.
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