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Alternative Designs Where Passive Optical LAN Thrives

Alternative Designs Where Passive Optical LAN Thrives

When: Thursday, October 22nd, 11:00 AM EST (1-hour) – you can register here to join. Why: We know fiber-based networks are absolutely superior when compared to old copper-based networks. It is also common knowledge that Passive Optical LAN (POL) is widely deployed in corporate offices and hotel rooms because it: Centralize IT management for easier …

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APOLAN Brings Passive Optical LAN Expertise to the 2020 Virtual BICSI Fall Conference & Exhibition

APOLAN Brings Passive Optical LAN Expertise to the 2020 Virtual BICSI Fall Conference & Exhibition

The Association for Passive Optical LAN is taking POL education and awareness online for this year’s virtual conference. NEW YORK – September 29, 2020 (BICSI Fall Conference & Exhibition) – The Association for Passive Optical LAN (APOLAN), the non-profit organization driving both education and adoption of this fiber optic technology, is showcasing its latest POL …

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Healthy Buildings and Passive Optical LAN in the time of COVID-19

Healthy Buildings and Passive Optical LAN in the time of COVID-19

This 1-hour webinar on-demand focuses on Passive Optical LAN’s role in creating more healthy buildings in the time of COVID-19. Our expert panelists will explore not only the state of the POL market, and how it might be impacted during this pandemic, but also the unique ways that the POL ecosystem can deliver innovative solutions …

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APOLAN Study Finds Passive Optical LAN Delivers up to 56 Percent Cost Savings Over Traditional Enterprise Networks

APOLAN Study Finds Passive Optical LAN Delivers up to 56 Percent Cost Savings Over Traditional Enterprise Networks

Study highlights economic advantages of POL citing both CAPEX and OPEX savings NEW YORK – Sept. 2, 2020 – The Association for Passive Optical LAN (APOLAN), the non-profit organization driving both education and adoption of this fiber optic technology, today announced the results of it Passive Optical LAN Cost Comparison study, highlighting the economic advantages …

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