Systimax announces '360-degree' product design philosophy

October 19, 2006 -- The company says its new design philosophy aims to redefine enterprise infrastructure performance through a "holistic integration of form, function and usability."

Oct 19th, 2006

October 19, 2006 -- Following a period of intensive research, the structured connectivity provider Systimax Solutions , a CommScope company, has developed what it calls an "entirely new approach" for its product design process. Termed the "360-degree" approach, the company says its new design philosophy aims to redefine enterprise infrastructure performance through a "holistic integration of form, function and usability" that company expects will help its customers to solve many unmet or latent needs.

"Systimax Solutions has dedicated itself to understanding the enterprise user experience by listening to our customers' concerns and using this information to guide our strategy for product development," says Mark Peterson, senior vice president, global marketing, enterprise, at CommScope. "With our new 360-degree design approach, we're giving our customers even more than they've asked for by going far beyond an aesthetically pleasing exterior to create innovative specified infrastructure solutions that address customer needs."

According to the company, the 360-degree approach looks at performance from "every angle," including bandwidth, speed, product reliability, and product usability. The company says the approach uses thoroughly researched methodologies based on the way customers work and live in order to address those customers' current and future needs. Ultimately, according the company, the results of the 360-degree approach combine advanced Systimax Solutions technology with design and performance innovations designed to help maximize usable density, provide increased efficiency, boost ease of use, and enhance overall performance.

The company is in the process of introducing a series of new products that have been developed using the 360-degree design philosophy; the first of these products will be announced later this month.

"We expect the 360-degree design philosophy to provide a totally new experience for customers in our industry," concludes Peterson. "It's a redefinition of true performance, which we believe our customers will find extremely beneficial."


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