Tag Archives: connectivity

‘Huawei Supports 5G Manifesto’

On 7 July 2016, a 5G Manifesto prepared by an Industry High Level Group was submitted to the European Commission. Commenting on the initiative, Tony Graziano, Vice-President of Huawei’s European Public Affairs and Communication Office, said: “We fully support the 5G Manifesto presented today, and are determined to play our part in living up to its ambitions.”

CommScope Helps Service Providers Plan for Future Networks with Fiber Connectivity Solutions

CommScope is enhancing its suite of fiber products and services to enable communication service providers to meet customer demand and plan for the future with  solutions for speed, simplicity and savings.With the acquisition of TE Connectivity’s telecom, enterprise and wireless business, CommScope has significantly expanded its fiber connectivity solutions for service providers.

New CommScope Report Compares the Tech Lifestyles of Millennials and Baby Boomers

Millennials, customers younger than 35, are rapidly emerging as the primary target demographic for technology companies and the broadband network operators who support them. That is one of the conclusion of a new study by CommScope.

eco: ‘Data centers need to plan and create significantly more capacity’

The last of this year’s eco LocalTalk series took place in Frankfurt am Main under the motto “Data Center Life Savers – Networks”. Like the other LocalTalks in Hamburg and Munich a few weeks earlier, the after-work event combined keynote and lightning speeches with a podium discussion focusing on a key topic for data center operators and practitioners.

Airbus Defence and Space features Claricor Cell with Tetra technology

Airbus Defence and Space introduces the Claricor Cell, a compact stand-alone communications network based on Tetra technology. The small system can be quickly set up for temporary deployments like vehicle convoys and firefighting or rescue operations in remote regions. 

Beyond Wireless Access: How do First Responders and Emergency Personnel Remain Connected?

Be it at home, in the office, or while traveling between both locations, mobile subscribers no longer demand ubiquitous wireless coverage, they expect it. Wireless connectivity has naturally become the fourth utility alongside the three basics: water, gas, and electricity. This forces building owners and mobile operators to constantly seek next-generation options to support more mobile end users at all times, wherever they are. 

Aerohive Introduces Wifi Products That Double Network Capacity

Aerohive Networks have announced new 802.11ac Wave 2 access points, a new line of switches, and a new release of HiveManager NG that together deliver the most-adaptable Wireless infrastructure for the Connected Enterprise.

Brocade to Acquire Ruckus Wireless

Brocade and Ruckus Wireless today announced that Brocade has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Ruckus Wireless in a cash and stock transaction valued at approximately $1.2 billion. The acquisition will complement Brocade’s enterprise networking portfolio, adding Ruckus’ higher-growth, wireless products to Brocade’s market-leading networking solutions.

Record-breaking Reach for Low-cost Data Transmission between Data Centers

Researchers working at ADVA Optical Networking in Meiningen, Germany, and the Technical University of Denmark have shown real-time transmission of 400Gbit/s (8x50G) over 100 kilometers, using the PAM-4 transmission format.

Ethernet Alliance Demos Interoperatibility at OFC 2016

The Ethernet Alliance, a global consortium dedicated to the continued success and advancement of Ethernet technologies, is performing technical demonstrations at OFC 2016, the largest global conference and exhibition for optical communications and networking professionals.