If you are considering installing a passive optical network, there are many options to weigh. We're here to walk you through some of the thoughts and benefits you may consider when contemplating a POL system for your facility.
POL systems afford substantial improvements in energy savings and are more environmentally friendly than many traditional cabling infrastructures. Studies have shown that employing passive optical LAN cabling systems provides significant cost savings in both CAPex and OPex year over year versus traditional structured cabling infrastructures. POL systems afford substantial improvements in energy savings and are more environmentally friendly.
The need for a telecommunications room is replaced with zone enclosures, reducing power consumption and energy demands. Additionally, with a POL solution the amount of cabling within a building is diminished significantly, reducing the weight and capacity within the horizontal cabling support structure, thus also providing better airflow and cooling capabilities.
One of the most important considerations is ability to expand. Passive optical LANs take advantage of high-bandwidth singlemode fiber optics to support converged networks and provide an infrastructure with future upgrades in mind. Whether healthcare, education, hospitality or transit, your industry is evolving, and it is critical for your cabling infrastructure to have the ability to do so.
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OCC provides a complete system with intuitive components that make installation nearly effortless. Whether choosing a traditional structured cabling system or a passive optical LAN, OCC can provide solutions that deliver exceptional flexibility and performance for years.
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