Systimax Solutions introduces 1100GS5 and M2000 panels

Jan. 28, 2006
Jan. 28, 2006 - Products are part of the company's M-series range of modular products.

Systimax Solutions has announced the availability of the 1100GS5 panel as part of its Systimax GigaSPEED X10D Solution, and the M2000 universal modular panel, part of its M-series range of modular products.

Both modular patch panels, typically used in telecommunication closets and equipment rooms, come ready to install and are offered with a 20-year extended warranty.

The Systimax GigaSPEED X10D 1100GS5 panel is designed to provide the same form and function as previous versions of the Systimax 1100 panel while also delivering 10- Gbit performance when installed as part of the GigaSPEED X10D Solution. The panel features both a new termination manager and a redesigned rear housing for easier, faster and more reliable terminations along with reduced variability in the placement and termination of cables to the panel. The panel is also available in an intelligent patching version as part of the Systimax iPatch System.

The panel is designed to accept Systimax M-series outlets and can be configured for both copper and/or fiber connections. It has the flexibility to be used in any of the Systimax end-to-end channel solutions, with the appropriate selection of connectors. For ease of use and installation, the M2000 panel also comes with a label sheet and clear label holders. Both panels are available in 24-port and 48-port versions.

"With the standards for 10 Gbit over copper cabling expected to be ratified in July of this year, we're delighted to once more add to the already large family of 10-Gbit compatible products we provide globally," says Joseph Storey, Systimax copper apparatus product manager. "It is vital that companies have access to the most advanced cabling solutions while having choice of innovative patching solutions to meet their needs. The Systimax 1100GS5 and M2000 panels offer exactly that."

Systimax Solutions is based in Richardson, TX. For more information visit

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