As 2010 comes to a close and enterprises begin planning for the new year, CommScope Inc., a global leader in wired and wireless network solutions, will join data center managers and IT professionals at Gartner’s Data Center Conference December 6-9 in Las Vegas, Nev., to deliver tactics and strategies for deploying technologies today that will power the data centers of tomorrow.

As a Silver sponsor and data center pioneer, CommScope will present solutions from its SYSTIMAX ®, Uniprise ® and Andrew ®, brands for advancing data center connectivity through network infrastructure components that support cloud computing, virtualization and the evolution of 40 and 100 Gb/s network speeds.

“CIOs and IT professionals are building and updating network infrastructures to meet the increasing scalability, flexibility and reliability demands of emerging data center applications and technologies that show potential for optimizing cost and operational efficiencies,” said George Brooks, vice president, Data Centers, CommScope. “The growing incorporation of social networking, streaming video, mobile connectivity and other bandwidth-heavy applications into day-to-day business communications is forcing a foreseeable change in the physical layer.

“Hosted by an industry research organization on the forefront of technology, Gartner’s Data Center Conference is the perfect place to showcase CommScope’s innovative, high-performance network infrastructure solutions that are helping IT professionals tackle these issues and, together, taking data centers to the next level.”

Through its innovative and elegant SYSTIMAX 360™ line of intelligent infrastructure solutions, CommScope powers high-performance, reliable network communications for cloud service providers as well as users with high-bandwidth, mission-critical application requirements. Additionally, CommScope provides data center managers with easily deployable fiber and copper structured cabling solutions designed to help maximize storage area network (SAN) efficiency and profitability regardless of the network’s unique needs – from ultra-high density fiber shelves to pre-terminated patching solutions.