BANGALORE, INDIA: The company that began as a small provider of cabling to the nascent cable TV market in the 1970s has blossomed into a multi-billion dollar, global infrastructure leader with solutions installed in the world’s best wireless, wireline, enterprise and cable television networks.
Beginning today, its new branding will better reflect the energy, capabilities and leadership that CommScope provides every day in serving its vast array of customers across multiple markets.
CommScope’s new corporate identity is more representative of the company today and its role as a trusted resource and partner to network providers around the world. The brand makeover is the first for CommScope since the mid-1990s and follows the acquisitions of Avaya’s Connectivity Solutions division in 2003 and Andrew Corp. in 2007.
The new brand initiative portrays a more dynamic company with a contemporary look and feel and a more structured hierarchy of product and solution brands serving the telecom carrier, cable television, business enterprise and government markets.
“This is an exciting time for CommScope as we embark on the next phase of the company’s growth as a private company and as the global economy continues to rebound,” said Ted Hally, chief commercial officer, CommScope. “The introduction of our new corporate identity is a piece of that future, helping us tell a more unified story with clarity across the many markets and geographies we serve.
“CommScope has grown in size and expanded into new markets over the past decade, yet our branding wasn’t accurately reflecting the company we have become. Today, we have energized and modernized the look and feel of our brand, better defining to the market who we are. We also are integrating our strategic brands, while preserving their valuable equity and eliminating confusion with legacy corporate identities. CommScope no longer is a collection of separate businesses but one CommScope—an integrated global team of solution providers united in support of our great roster of customers.”
The new CommScope brand initiative includes:
* A tiered hierarchy of brands, in which CommScope will be the lead brand across all of its served markets.
* The design of a new logo featuring stylistic logotype in all capital letters, with an embedded and redesigned corporate icon that moves away from the previous “cable” icon.
* A change in corporate color to cyan blue from the previous teal green.
* The formalization of At Home, At Work and On the Go terms to represent the three primary market segments—broadband (cable TV), enterprise and wireless—served by CommScope today, and the introduction of icons to symbolize each. The On the
Go icon features the well-known “Andrew flash” that stood as Andrew Corporation’s logo for decades and is seen in wireless networks around the world.
* Use of former corporate brands Andrew and SYSTIMAX as solution brands in the On the Go and At Work markets.