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Passive Optical LAN Design, Theory, Value and Fact

Passive Optical LAN Design, Theory, Value and Fact

The purpose of this webcast is to educate the information and communications technology industry on how a fiber-based enterprise POL architecture can simplify local area network design, improve operational efficiencies for IT staff, break traditional copper network limitations and fortify the network with tighter security. View this webcast replay and you will learn: What is …

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APOLAN Member Survey Highlights Top Three Benefits of Passive Optical LAN Adoption

APOLAN Member Survey Highlights Top Three Benefits of Passive Optical LAN Adoption

Wireless synergies, technological superiority and investment protection top the list of Passive Optical LAN benefits to customers NEW YORK – June 30, 2020 – The Association for Passive Optical LAN (APOLAN), the non-profit organization driving both education and adoption for Passive Optical Local Area Networks (POL), today released the findings of its APOLAN member survey, …

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Webinar: Passive Optical LAN Design, Theory, Value and Fact.

Webinar: Passive Optical LAN Design, Theory, Value and Fact.

When: Wednesday, July 29th, 11:00 AM EST – you can register here to join. Why: As the sheer number of IoT devices, wireless access points and bandwidth requirements continue to accelerate for modern smart buildings and business operations, Passive Optical LAN (POL) technology is uniquely positioned to gracefully support this evolution for decades without costly …

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Future-proof Your Enterprise Network With Passive Optical LAN

Future-proof Your Enterprise Network With Passive Optical LAN

Since the introduction of unshielded twisted pair (UTP) and category cabling, telecommunications networks have largely been based on copper cables.  Beginning in the mid-1990s, CAT 5 cabling was used to provide connectivity for Ethernet networks.  Over the past 30 years since, several enhancements have been made to copper cabling specifications in order to support increasing …

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