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Brochure: GigaSPEED® X10D F/UTP Solution Guide

The SYSTIMAX GigaSPEED X10D F/UTP Solution provides unprecedented performance for key parameters such as insertion loss and all forms of crosstalk, both within and between channels, yielding improved bandwidth, data throughput and network efficiency.
Publish Date: December 15, 2016
Region: Global

GigaSPEED® X10D Shielded (F/UTP, S/FTP) Solution Guide for Europe, Middle East and Africa

The SYSTIMAX GigaSPEED X10D Shielded Solution provides unprecedented performance for  key parameters such as insertion loss and all forms  of crosstalk, both within and between channels,  yielding improved bandwidth, data throughput  and network efficiency.
Publish Date: December 15, 2016
Region: EMEA

Ordering Guide: Ordering/design guidelines for reduced-diameter patch cords

CommScope has tested and characterized the MiNo6’s performance in various channel configurations. See ordering and design guidelines.
Publish Date: December 2, 2016
Region: Global

Ordering Guide: SYSTIMAX Solutions® Asia-Pacific

Ordering guide for SYSTIMAX Solutions products available in Asia-Pacific.
Publish Date: September 8, 2015
Region: APAC

Jan 5, 2017

Top 10 CommScope Innovations: Structured Cabling Systems

When you think structured cabling, do you think CommScope? You should because this innovation (i.e., SYSTIMAX) enabled the entire enterprise industry. Learn more about this Top 10 Innovation by reading Gary Irwin’s blog.
Jan 12, 2016

LAN Cabling System Trends in the Indian Market for 2016

Did you know that the Indian market is among the top five markets in the world for LAN cabling systems? Today, the Indian market is entering a phase of consolidation. In this blog Alamuri Sitaramaiah explains there is a trend to drive a hardening of prices that will lead to clear market segmentation among vendors.
Dec 31, 2015

A Look Back at 2015: Category 5e Cabling to Become Obsolete for Offices

Today’s blog is another look back at one of our most shared posts from 2015. In it, Matias Peluffo and Allan Nielsen explain a significant change that is on the way in how office buildings are cabled. Category 5e cabling, which is used in many offices around the world, will be considered obsolete for new installations following a recent decision by the ISO/IEC cabling standards body.