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  • Selecting and Installing an Optical Network Terminal

    Optical fiber communications enable an internet service provider to send services to a home or business, using an optical network terminal. This type of optical fiber communications setup is called fiber-to-the-premises. An optical network terminal connects to a termination point using a fiber cable, and connects to your router with an ethernet cable or LAN […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • PON is LEED Friendly

    Increasingly, businesses are looking at how they can meet LEED standards. A passive optical network (PON) offers enterprises a way to establish optical fiber communications while ensuring their corporate technology solutions are green. LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a green building certification program which recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. LEED […]

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  • Different Types of Cables & When to Use Them

    Copper cabling, fiber network cable— do you know what these things are, or is it all gibberish to you? Even those who are involved with the tech world may find themselves overwhelmed by all of the different types of cable available on the market. From copper cabling to fiber network cable, all types of cable […]

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  • Best DAS Antenna Systems

    A distributed antenna system is key to providing the best wireless coverage to your clients and customers. Using a distributed antenna system you can fix isolated spots of dismal coverage. Small antennas work as repeaters, spreading your wireless signal out. The distributed antenna system you choose should be effective, taking up little visual room and […]

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