CommScope expands R&D footprint

CommScope is helping India’s transformation into a global design and manufacturing hub with the expansion of its research and development (R&D) footprint in Goa.

In support of enterprise and network operators, CommScope is manufacturing innovative network infrastructure solutions to transport large amounts of data very quickly and reliably. CommScope’s long-standing manufacturing facility in Goa produces base station antennas, microwave antennas and fibre connectivity in support of India’s and the world’s wireless, telecom, broadband and enterprise network operators.

“As CommScope celebrates 20 years of manufacturing innovation in India, we are showcasing not only innovative network infrastructure solutions but also local design capabilities which enable us to respond to global bandwidth needs to help our partners and customers meet consumers’ appetite for quality and convenience,” said Gavin Milton-White, Vice President, Enterprise, Asia Pacific, CommScope.

Navin Vohra, vice president, Service Provider, Asia Pacific, CommScope said, “CommScope’s Goa operations align with the ‘Make in India’ initiative, helping to transform India into a global design and manufacturing hub.”

In addition to the Goa location, which was CommScope’s first in India when it began operation in 1998 as part of Andrew Corporation, the company has operations in eight other India locations, including Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi and Pune. Approximately 3,400 employees work across the nine locations in R&D, engineering, sales, manufacturing and other roles. CommScope sees India as a hub for manufacturing, research and innovation and an integral part of the global supply chain.