CommScope announces SYSTIMAX 2.0


By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Wednesday, 31 January, 2024

CommScope announces SYSTIMAX 2.0

Network infrastructure provider CommScope has announced SYSTIMAX 2.0, the next generation of the company’s building and data centre connectivity range.

CommScope said the SYSTIMAX 2.0 range provides a complete solution based on fibre and copper structured cabling solutions, network intelligence, edge and extended distance solutions, and customer support. New enhancements are designed to help users address network infrastructure challenges for buildings, data centres and campuses. The enhancements include two new solutions, including a solution designed to pave the gap between 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps copper connectivity.

The GigaSPEED XL5 solution supports applications such as multigigabit backhaul connectivity for advanced wireless access points, enabling the delivery of 2.5 Gbps or 5 Gbps Ethernet applications in 4-connector, 100 m channels. Additionally, CommScope’s VisiPORT solution is designed to help automate the monitoring of copper and fibre port status and capability.

Comprising intelligent copper panels and fibre shelves with built-in port sensors and system controllers, VisiPORT detects and transmits events upon the insertion or removal of a plug and can provide alerts on unexpected or unapproved patching activity. The solution provides instantaneous port status and port capacity information with the ability to set user-defined thresholds for action.

Another improvement is the introduction of 24/7 live support for CommScope’s SYSTIMAX Assurance technical support program.

CommScope’s VP of enterprise product management and R&D, Luc Adriaenssens, said the next-generation SYSTIMAX range will help its customers deploy an agile, dependable and future-ready infrastructure.

“With the SYSTIMAX 2.0 enhancements, CommScope is expanding its support for future customer needs with continuous technology innovation, world-class performance and reliability, application assurance and unrivalled global support,” he said. “We will be evolving the SYSTIMAX portfolio of products and services to ensure we continue to meet those needs.”

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