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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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Passive Optical LAN Offers the Convergence Necessary to Power Smart Buildings

Passive Optical LAN Offers the Convergence Necessary to Power Smart Buildings

With the current boom in mobility, Internet of Things (IoT) and big data, businesses need smart solutions in developing Smart Buildings. To solve that tricky puzzle, converging services through enterprise-based Passive Optical Local Area Networks (POL) is essential. In the past, enterprises across the spectrum, including retail stores, offices, hospitals, university campuses, airports, medical research …

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Why Hoteliers Turn to Passive Optical LAN to Achieve Superior Guest Ratings

Why Hoteliers Turn to Passive Optical LAN to Achieve Superior Guest Ratings

Currently, in the latest issue of Hospitality Technology digital magazine, you will find this article about how hotels and resort properties are constantly challenged to deliver secure, reliable access to communications services for their guests and staff. The thirst for online speed, bandwidth and content continues to grow for modern travelers. When expectations are not …

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