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Dali Wireless Awarded $9M in Lawsuit With Rival CommScope

Jury determined CommScope infringed on two of Dali’s patents and Dali infringed on five of Commscopes. Dali Wireless, which designs wireless systems to help improve...

CommScope, Cheytec Telecommunications partner to improve in-building wireless services

CommScope, an infrastructure solutions provider for communications networks and Cheytec Telecommunications, recently announced a partnership that will bring radio frequency signal sources for distributed...

CommScope acquires ARRIS in its quest to shape future communications networks

CommScope, an infrastructure solutions provider for communications networks, recently announced it will acquire entertainment and communications solutions provider ARRIS. The all-cash transaction was for...

CommScope, Google Team up to Advance CBRS

CommScope, a wired and wireless network builder, designer and manager, recently announced it will team up with Google to develop, deploy and operate an...

Building Information Modeling and Intelligent Green Buildings

Introduction The increasing demands on today’s indoor distributed antenna system (DAS) networks are pushing network operators to consider solutions capable of providing exponentially higher data...

Interleaved MIMO: Near-full MIMO performance, nearly half the cost

Near-full MIMO performance, nearly half the cost Introduction In May 2011, the U.K. government started a four-year Government Construction Strategy by looking at implementing building information...

Commscope shares their research: Wireless in Buildings

Executive summary Driven by an evolving work force, technology advances, and increased pressure to reduce operating costs, workspaces inside today’s business facilities are undergoing dramatic...
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Rudin wins Corporate Energy Management Award from AEE

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Learn how one hotel owner created his own technology and why he did so

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Corning’s 5G mmWave gear passes Verizon Lab Trials

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