Originally published to Data Center POST.
Craig Doyle joined CommScope, a partner to Host in Ireland, in 2004. He has held various sales management positions in key regions before becoming Senior Solution Market Manager for the EMEA region in 2017. With 20 years of experience in telecommunications and networking, Craig is well-versed in helping address customer challenges — from both an enterprise and service provider perspective.
Craig’s extensive experience in strategic business development has enabled him to successfully support distribution relationships, drive sales and promote solutions initiatives throughout the U.S., UAE and EMEA regions. In his current role, he supports CommScope’s sales, technical and marketing groups in promoting the company’s enterprise solutions portfolio and providing an interface to product management, R&D and manufacturing.
Host in Ireland Founder and President Garry Connolly recently spoke with Craig about CommScope’s role in today’s data centre market.
Host in Ireland, Garry Connolly (HIR-GC) Question: Who is CommScope? Can you give me some background on the company?
CommScope, Craig Doyle (CS-CD) Answer: CommScope is a U.S.-based company, located in more than a hundred countries around the world.
CommScope helps design, build and manage wired and wireless networks around the world. As a communications infrastructure leader, the company is focused on shaping the always-on networks of tomorrow, investing approximately $200 million a year in research and development.
CommScope has been a substantial partner in enabling communications for 75 percent of the world’s population. In its 40-plus years, CommScope made three transformative acquisitions that built on market opportunities and created its prominent role in the network infrastructure industry today:
- 2004 – Avaya Connectivity Solutions and the SYSTIMAX portfolio
- 2007 – Andrew Corporation
- 2015 – TE Connectivity’s Broadband Network Solutions business
Today, CommScope is a multi-billion dollar global leader and innovator in the communications infrastructure industry that employs approximately 20,000 people in all parts of the world.
To read the full interview, please click here.