CommScope_Think Fiber_data center_enterprise_2018There is no doubt that fiber optics is the future of network evolution. With data center workloads expected to grow rapidly by next year, the time for IT managers to think about fiber is now.

CLICK TO TWEET:  See why Stephen Kowal says it's time for enterprises to start thinking more about fiber optics.

Faster fiber deployments mean faster time to market, and the right fiber strategy can have a positive effect on both capital expenditure and operating expense.  Building out a fiber infrastructure doesn’t have to mean layering on more complexity. Done right, it can deliver the ultimate in simplicity—simplicity in management, planning and execution across the network.

On June 7, 2018, we held a Facebook Live to discuss this very topic. I interviewed Stephen Kowal, senior vice president, Enterprise Sales, CommScope, and asked him for more reasons why it is time for enterprises to start thinking more about fiber optics.

If you have further questions about why you should think about fiber, please use the comment section below.


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Joseph P. Depa III

Joseph P. Depa III is corporate communications manager at CommScope, a global leader in infrastructure solutions for communications network. An award-winning newspaper reporter and magazine editor, Joseph has 25 years of experience in public/media relations, marketing, publishing, advertising, social media and corporate communications.

Joseph is a graduate of Northeastern University and is a member of the Public Relations Society of America. 

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2 comments for "How Vital is Fiber in the Enterprise?"
David Mullane Thursday, November 29, 2018 6:42 AM

You have shared great advantages of using fiber optics in a business. It is true that it helps to increase the speed and connectivity of the internet. It is newer technology and I hope it will help people to get significant returns on their investment in fiber optics. Thanks

Joseph P Depa III Thursday, November 29, 2018 4:23 PM

Hi David, thank you for comment. I'm glad you enjoyed the blog and my interview with Stephen Kowal.

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