CommScope to showcase unified brand identity

CommScope will showcase its new brand identity along with
its full portfolio of innovative solutions for the wireless, broadband and
enterprise markets during CommunicAsia 2011 in Singapore.

This brand makeover is the first for CommScope following
acquisitions of Avaya’s Connectivity Solutions division in 2003 and Andrew
Corporation in 2007.


With its new identity, CommScope
marks a new phase in its corporate growth and brings its businesses serving the
wireless, broadband and enterprise markets under one common brand.


“The new CommScope corporate identity tells a more
unified story to customers in all the markets we serve. Our innovative
infrastructure solutions for wired and wireless networks enable high-bandwidth
voice, data, and video applications everywhere at home, at work and on the go.
Through every wave of technology evolution, CommScope helps people, businesses,
and the world connect and evolve,” said Navin Vohra, vice president, Wireless
Sales, Asia Pacific, CommScope.


With the growth of mobile data networks, the lines
between enterprise and wide area networks are being blurred. CommScope’s
re-branding reflects its commitment to providing end-to-end critical
infrastructure solutions to customers how and where they are needed.


This is an exciting time for us as we embark on a new
chapter of growth as a company. As new applications and technologies roll out
in Asia Pacific, there is an increasing demand for seamless and ubiquitous
performance across all networks. With our expertise in wireless, broadband and
enterprise, CommScope can help customers optimize and integrate networks with
advanced solutions for performance tuning, ease of management and cost
effectiveness,” said Ispran Kandasamy, vice president, Enterprise Sales, Asia
Pacific, CommScope.


At this year’s CommunicAsia, CommScope experts will be
delivering presentations on key issues facing the wireless industry today
wireless backhaul, location-based services and performance considerations for
multi-band antennas.


At CommunicAsia 2011, CommScope will also highlight its
new PC-based, single-user edition of its flagship microwave planning solution,
iQ.linkXG Solo. The new microwave network design and management tool was
developed to reach out to smaller wireless operators and OEM managed service


The iQ.linkXG Solo solution enables the rapid design and
management of microwave links for backhaul or other fixed point-to-point and
point-to-multipoint networks, while maximizing spectrum efficiency.


By Team

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