High Speed Migration
Evolve your infrastructure—from where you are to where you need to go
Your infrastructure is unique—your migration path to higher speeds must be as well. At CommScope, we get it. That’s why we developed the High Speed Migration platform.
Designed using modular, high-speed components, the High Speed Migration platform supports multiple generations of equipment while keeping your infrastructure agile, scalable and manageable. Expand when and where you need without overspending or overprovisioning. And with CommScope’s Application Assurance, you can know there will be long-term support for your ongoing evolution to higher speeds and emerging applications—without having to rip and replace.
The High Speed Migration platform is just one more way CommScope is helping shape the always-on networks of tomorrow. To see how we can make it work for you, visit the links below to view our customer-specific pages. Together, we make the future possible.
Enterprise Data Centers Service Provider Data Centers Cloud Provider Data Centers
Meet Propel: CommScope’s next high speed migration fiber platform
Propel supports the fast growing 400 Gbps and 800 Gbps speeds, as well as emerging 1.6 Tbps speeds – delivering greater capacity to end devices with increased efficiency.
High Speed Migration Resource Library
Get access to High Speed Fiber Migration whitepapers, videos, infographics & more.
High Speed Migration - your data center - beyond the now
CommScope Method B Enhanced fiber polarity simplifies High Speed Migration
SYSTIMAX High-and ultra-high density fiber panels that scale easily, deploy quickly and manage
High Speed Migration brochure
Enabling your infrastructure to adapt, evolve and scale-now and down the road
High Speed Migration white paper
Learn more about common infrastructure issues, trends, drivers and recommendations to make your migration as smooth as possible
CommScope data center eBook
Shifting architecture, increasing lane speeds, impossible demands for latency. Staying ahead means keeping informed.
Did You Know
BY 2019, NETWORKS MUST HANDLE
BY 2020, 77% OF GLOBAL DATA CENTER TRAFFIC WILL RESIDE WITHIN THE DATA CENTER ITSELF - DEMANDING THE HIGHEST PERFORMANCE INFRASTRUCTURE