CommScope has been a longstanding global leader in standards development. Last month at the TIA TR-42 Engineering Committee meeting, CommScope was recognized for its involvement in standards development.
Several CommScope teammates hold high-profile positions in the standards groups, including roles such as Chair of TR 42.7, Telecommunications Copper Cabling Systems, Wayne Larsen, Chair of TR 42.11, Optical Systems, Paul Kolesar, and Chair of TR 42.4, Outside-plant Cabling Systems; Chair of TR 42.10, Sustainable Information Communications Technology; and newly-elected Vice-Chair of TR 42.5, Telecommunications Infrastructure Terms and Symbols, Julie Roy. The impressive involvement by CommScope demonstrates its commitment to continuous improvement to the industry.
CommScope continually strives to advance standards in cabling infrastructure, security, educational facilities, intelligent building systems and sustainable information communications technology. CommScope's innovations in distributed antenna systems (DAS) technology continue to pave the way for industry best practices.
Aforementioned Chair Julie Roy writes: "Our goal is to seek new and innovative ways to protect our customers’ cabling infrastructure and investment. We accomplish this goal with practical, in-field experience and a team of technical managers throughout North America who help our customers understand published and developing standards, as well as optimize their telecommunications cabling design."
CommScope continues to improve the industry through advancing standards, improving technologies and providing ample resources and training for contractors. Learn more about what CommScope can do for you today.