Cable Technology Feature Article
May 19, 2009
CommScope Intros SYSTIMAX 360 Network Infrastructure Solutions
By Jayashree Adkoli, TMCnet Contributor
CommScope, a provider of infrastructure solutions for communication networks, supplies structured cabling systems for business enterprise applications via the brand names SYSTIMAX and Uniprise. Both these product lines mainly offer voice, video, data, and converged solutions.
SYSTIMAX 360 is a network infrastructure solution suite ideal for mission-critical, high-bandwidth and emerging applications. Delivered in a new green packaging format, the SYSTIMAX 360 solution includes: GigaSPEED X10D 91B series cables, GigaSPEED XL 1100GS3 panels, modular panel, GigaSPEED X10D MGS600 information outlets, GigaSPEED X10D GS10E patch cords, fiber shelves (1U, 2U and 4U), iPatch intelligent copper panels and fiber shelves, iPatch G2 (News - Alert) high density fiber shelf, and iPatch panel manager.
In addition, the SYSTIMAX 360 solution offers three pathways to intelligence for increased flexibility and the offerings copper panels and optical fiber shelves enable customers to deploy intelligence immediately or in phases, according to the budgetary requirements.
Luc Adriaenssens, senior vice president, R&D and technology, CommScope Enterprise Solutions said, “With this complete solution, we have redefined enterprise network infrastructure performance from every angle. It’s the most capable infrastructure solution that we have ever offered loaded with new features that will make it a platform for change in the industry.”
At the industry event, Aaron Stout, CommScope’s data center integrator, will also present on the topic, “Building a Physical Cabling Infrastructure for your Virtualized Data Center” to address the many issues IT personnel face with virtualized servers, networks and storage and will provide suggestions of how data center design can help alleviate some of the issues.
Jayashree Adkoli is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jayashree's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi