Offset the Cost of DAS with Optical LAN

From airports to sports stadiums, through college and healthcare campuses, to hotels, resorts and large enterprises, guests and employees expect reliable wireless coverage. To improve the capacity and coverage of their 3G and 4G/LTE networks to keep end users satisfied, these facilities have been relying on distributed antenna systems (DAS) technology. But, a DAS network is expensive to install, with facility owners arguing it’s not their responsibility to pay for it.

Enter Optical LAN.

Google Agrees, PON is the Smart, Scalable and Stable Choice for the Future

Google has long enjoyed its reputation as a tech innovator. From its search engine through Google Fiber and Android OS to Google Glass, Google has the Midas touch. And it’s not just the gadgets – the tech giant has been at the forefront of enterprise technologies, such as big data, cloud computing, the Internet of Things and more.

This is why we were excited when we learned that for its Google Fiber, Google chose gigabit passive optical network (GPON) technology. While many assumed that

Knowledge is Money; Social Knowledge is More Money

In the business of solving technical problems, knowledge is money and better knowledge derived from social collaboration means more money in our customer's pocket. How? When support engineers openly share what they know, other support engineers can learn from that knowledge and find a root cause faster, which means more uptime in our customer’s network. And as we all know, uptime means more revenue for our customers.

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