CommScope, Inc. (NYSE:CTV), a global leader in infrastructure solutions
for communications networks and owner of the SYSTIMAX® Solutions brand,
is showcasing its leading-edge technology at Cityscape Dubai - the
world’s largest business-to-business property investment and development
CommScope will present the Intelligent Building Infrastructure Solutions
(IBIS Solution) – an advanced integrated copper and fiber optic
networking solution that supports multiple applications on a single
cabling system. Designed by CommScope Laboratories, IBIS provides
infrastructure solutions for architects, building owners, commercial
realtors, contractors, consultants, developers, facilities managers and
property management firms.
A regional pioneer in the delivery of high performance network
infrastructures, CommScope technology has been employed in some of the
largest and most prestigious network connectivity and intelligent
building projects in the Middle East, including The King Abdulaziz
Endowment Project in Saudi Arabia. Facing the Holy Mosque in Mecca, this
facility will ultimately offer accommodation and a range of technically
advanced services to over 75,000 people across a single IP-based cabling
infrastructure. Other notable projects include the Burj Al Arab Hotel,
Aspire Sports Academy, Emirates Towers and Dubai Internet City.
“Information technology in buildings is no longer limited to PCs and
telephones. Today’s structures include Building Automation Systems (BAS)
including security, heating ventilation air conditioning (HVAC), and
Fire/Life/Safety (FLS). We believe that a common infrastructure that
collectively supports all systems reduces costs through enhanced network
efficiency and greater ROI and building lifecycle management,” said Wes
Tweedley, technical manager for Middle East, Pakistan and Africa for
SYSTIMAX Solutions, CommScope.
“As building owners, facility managers and tenants consider the impact
of modern technology on their respective businesses, from both an
operational and revenue generating perspective, they recognize the
benefits of network integration (systems, devices and applications)
within their facilities.
“Technology transcends from electro/mechanical and pneumatic technology
to microprocessor based software driven systems. These systems are
required to interface with other building automation systems and devices
while interfacing with voice, data, LAN and video systems located within
a building or campus,” said Tweedley.
“The dynamic characteristics of IBIS provide ease in adaptation to
tenant needs, while reducing the continuous cycle of operational costs
associated with various building structures,” added Tweedley.
Information technology in buildings is no longer limited to PCs and
telephones, but now includes building automation systems.
CommScope (NYSE: CTV – www.commscope.com
) is a world leader in infrastructure solutions for communication
networks. Through its SYSTIMAX® SolutionsTM brand, CommScope is the
global leader in structured cabling systems for business enterprise
applications. It is also the world’s largest manufacturer of coaxial
cable for Hybrid Fiber Coaxial applications. Backed by strong research
and development, CommScope combines technical expertise and proprietary
technology with global manufacturing capability to provide customers
with high-performance wired or wireless cabling solutions
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