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WHY Passive Optical Networks

WHY Passive Optical Networks

There are many challenges to overcome when it comes to selecting and deploying the best corporate technology solutions. For many businesses, a passive optical network is the ideal technology to implement, addressing many problems and ensuring quality access to communications systems.

Optical fiber communications address the growing need for bandwidth. Things like mobile devices, voice over IP, multimedia content and bring-your-own-device systems have put a strain on bandwidth, requiring increasing amounts of data. Worse yet, IT departments must deal with this issue with budgets that are not increasing, or even decreasing. The demand is high but the resources are low, and to make matters more complex, IT departments must handle this challenge while focusing on security, stability, and green practices.

How can a passive optical network help you?

When searching for corporate technology solutions, more and more IT departments are turning to a passive optical network in light of the aforementioned issues. A passive optical network has historically been able to bring high-bandwidth services to consumers and as the technology improves, capacity is improving, too. For data-heavy functions, a passive optical network stands up to the job. Optical fiber communications have a longstanding history in bringing services like high definition television to consumers, so it is a proven system that can be modified for corporate technology solutions.

Implementing a passive optical network is a low-cost corporate technology solution, which has a far greater life expectancy than systems like traditional ethernet. This helps keep budget dollars set aside for other challenges, while ensuring a stable system.

Optical fiber communications offer a high degree of security, making it easy to tell if someone has breached the system or is attempting to do so. And, in terms of green practices, a passive optical network greatly reduces power consumption, the use of non-renewable materials, and equipment and space consumption overall.

When considering the challenges you face in implementing corporate technology solutions, turn to optical fiber communications to meet your needs. A passive optical network is fast, secure, and stable, inexpensive to design and deploy, and easy to scale for the future. It reduces stress on your IT budget while saving dollars elsewhere due to its eco-friendly status, and is sure to make a difference for your business, employees, and your customers and clients.

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