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CommScope: 2020 will be ‘hugely disruptive’ for network architecture

New network architectures will 'create value in ways that we can barely conceive' In the wake of two major acquisitions, CommScope Chief Technology Officer Morgan Kurk talked with RCR Wireless News about what 2020 has in store for the company as it realigns its business...

After Arris acquisition, CommScope realigns business segments

As CommScope heads into 2020, the company is realigning its business into four segments in the wake of its major acquisition of communications and video hardware and software company Arris and enterprise Wi-Fi provider Ruckus Networks. CommScope completed its $7.4 billion acquisition of Arris (which...

Exploring the benefits of Wi-Fi 6 (Reader Forum)

The Wi-Fi landscape is rapidly evolving and its growth continues unabated. A ubiquitous amenity, Wi-Fi is routinely offered across a wide range of locations including carpeted enterprises, school/college/office campuses, stadiums, airports, hotels, MDUs, and transportation hubs. Fast and reliable Wi-Fi connectivity is now considered...

CBRS supports private LTE for ISM Raceway in Phoenix

American Tower and Ruckus Networks partnered on CBRS project With rules governing  general authorized and priority access licenses settled by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, there's significant momentum around the commercialization of the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band. In the latest, Arris...

Ruckus’ CBRS tech gets FCC-certified as trial activity expands

Industry coalescing around CBRS deployments in Q4 Ruckus Networks today announced a "major milestone" toward commercial deployments supporting shared access to the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service band with certification from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission for its CBRS-compatible access point products. Ruckus, a subsidiary...

Wi-Fi EasyMesh standard outlines self-organizing, multi-vendor networks

Arris claims first Wi-Fi EasyMesh product For consumers, Wi-Fi dead zones can be the cause of frustration and decreased productivity. To improve coverage, facilitated internet of things (IoT) implementations and create new band and equipment interoperability opportunities, the Wi-Fi Alliance has developed a new mesh...

Introducing 802.11ax: Wi-Fi for IoT and dense deployment scenarios

Ruckus to ship 802.11ax access points this quarter This week Ruckus, an Arris company, announced it plans to begin shipping access points that support the newest flavor of Wi-Fi, IEEE 802.11ax, this quarter. The Wi-Fi enhancement is designed to support ultra-dense deployment scenarios—think airports, stadiums,...

Ruckus outlines new vision as part of ARRIS

ARRIS has completed its $800 million dollar purchase of Ruckus Wireless with a promise to retain the Wi-Fi equipment maker's name and leadership. Former Ruckus president Dan Rabinovitsj will become president of ARRIS enterprise networks, which will include Ruckus. "Our team is jubilant, relieved and...

Broadcom seals $5.9 billion Brocade acquisition

Broadcom finalizes purchase of Brocade Broadcom announced it finished its $5.9 billion purchase of Brocade Friday following more than 11 months of strict regulatory review. The acquisition comes nearly a year after the deal was first announced last November. Broadcom is attempting to become a major...

Done deal: Ruckus agrees to be acquired by Arris

Ruckus Wireless has agreed to be acquired by video and broadband hardware maker Arris, following weeks of rumors and negotiations. Arris will buy the Wi-Fi equipment maker for $800 million in cash, plus the additional cost of unvested employee stock awards. Less than one year...

Gigabit Internet coming to France in Altice, Arris collab

In a partnership with Arris, the French-based Altice Group is rolling out gigabit Internet services to SFR customers in France, with Suddenlink in the U.S. and Orange-Tricom subscribers in the Dominican Republic. The two companies are deploying the Arris E6000 Converged Edge Router, which sets...

DOCSIS 3.1 paving the way for next-gen TV and Internet

DOCSIS 3.1, the latest evolution in data over cable service interface specification, could be a game changer for the Internet and TV industry, providing multi-gigabit Internet speeds and interoperability among modem manufacturers and service providers. Many believe the new international telecommunications standard is the...

CableLabs deems DOCSIS 3.1 ready for retail

DOCSIS 3.1, the latest evolution in data over cable service interface specification, is now certified by CableLabs to run in modems from five key suppliers. The modems will be capable of providing multi-gigabit Internet speeds and interoperability amongst products. Products from Askey, Castlenet, Netgear, Technicolor and Ubee Interactive have...

Analyst Angle: High-growth areas for Wi-Fi based services

Although I missed many interesting sessions while attending customer meetings at the recent Wi-Fi Global Congress, I feel the industry is maturing and many vendors are rethinking their strategies to best tap into the growing opportunity. Some like Benu and Aptilo are forming alliances...

Cable-Tec Expo: DOCSIS 3.1 and network convergence

NEW ORLEANS – Discussion at the 2015 Cable-Tec Expo centered around releases of the latest DOCSIS 3.1, as well as keeping user experience at the forefront as cable and telecom companies become more closely related from both a business and technological perspective. Entertainment and communications...

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