This event was originally held on November 30, 2023 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Duration: 1 Hour
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When planning the construction of an information and communications technology (ICT) network, foremost considerations include the applications the network will support, physical characteristics of the environment in which the network will operate, and the ability to upgrade the network when necessary. Historically, the sustainability of the ICT network has been low on the list of considerations—if it has made the list at all. But that has changed as factors including corporate Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiatives, and even some jurisdictional requirements, call for new projects to include sustainable products.
Whether you are a network owner planning your next install or upgrade, a contractor responding to RFPs and RFQs, an ICT system designer striving to meet your customers’ exact specifications, or an installer who must satisfy sustainability requirements on the jobsite—familiarity with the sustainability of ICT networks is no longer a “nice-to-have” quality, it is an essential business skill.
This webcast seminar, hosted by Cabling Installation & Maintenance and delivered by cabling and sustainability experts from CommScope, provides thorough information on what it means to build a sustainable ICT network. It considers the entire value chain from product sourcing to end-of-life and recycling considerations.Importantly for everyone involved in an ICT network deployment project, this seminar emphasizes that network owners do not need to compromise network performance or flexibility in order to achieve sustainability objectives—and provides practical measures for achieving all these objectives.
Strategy and Technology
Enterprise Building and Campus CommScope
Ronna Davis has been in the networking and telecommunication industry for 26 years. She has been with CommScope for over 16 years and has held positions in product line management, sales, and the channel. She is currently on CommScope's Strategy and Technology Team for Buildings and Campuses. Ronna chairs the TIA SPEC, Single Pair Ethernet Consortium. Prior to CommScope, she worked in the design and construction of telecommunications networks for eight years and in wholesale distribution for two years. She is a member of the Ethernet Alliance. Ronna holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Marketing.