Aligning Your Network Architecture With Your Business Goals

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Webinar Date/Time: Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 1:00 PM (CT) 

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Operators’ networks must evolve along with changing technologies and customer demands. However, each business case is based on a different set of priorities and needs to take a wide range of factors into account. These range from company strategy to environmental regulations, competition, legacy infrastructure, available resources and more. The right approach can help you maximize return on investment, accelerate speed of deployment, and realize a competitive advantage. There are multiple ways of creating FTTx networks that will meet the demands of the very near future. However, finding the best and most profitable solution long-term requires deep understanding and definition of a wide range of parameters and goals.

CommScope will work with you to select the architecture that optimizes your goals. This is based on our ability to understand operator strategies, leveraging over 30 years of global experience with a wide variety of FTTx network challenges, for which we can leverage our extensive portfolio of solutions. What’s more, our fiber network architects work hand-in-hand with network planners, engineers and consultants to find the best solutions every time — for any region in the world. From dense urban to rural networks, we are helping customers like you to maximize ROI and accelerate deployments.

In this webinar, you will learn a number of strategies and solutions traditional telco service providers can utilize to optimize their total cost of ownership and increase the speed of deployment to surpass the challenges and competition. These considerations and solutions are based on proven technologies, architectures, and strategies that support both greenfield and brownfield projects to ensure successful and revenue generating deployments.

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Presented by:

Craig Culwell, CommScopeCraig Culwell
Director, Market Development Broadband Networks
CommScope

Craig Culwell is Director, Market Development for the Broadband Business Segment at CommScope, responsible for solutions focused on key Service Provider accounts in North America. The solutions include connectivity for Central Offices, MTSO’s, Head Ends, Data Centers, Outside Plant, and Cell Sites/Small Cell, with additional emphasis on service providers transitioning to SDN/NFV, Edge Data Centers, densification for 4G & 5G, and the value of utilizing Automated Infrastructure Management (AIM) solutions.

Culwell’s strategic mind leverages an understanding of customer needs in those vertical markets and driving change in cross-functional product management, engineering, and field application engineering teams to develop the solutions to increase market share now and into the future.

Before his 20 years at CommScope, Culwell spent time at AT&T as a network service operations manager. Culwell holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Marketing from California Polytechnic State University, and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. He is based in Sacramento.

Mark Winick, CommScopeMark Winick
Principal Field Application Engineer
CommScope

Mark Winick has 20+ years in the telecommunications field, currently as a principal field application engineer. Prior to this, Mark spent time in sales engineering, project systems engineering, and as a manufacturing supervisor. He is a Certified Fiber-to-the-Home Professional and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering.

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