Building A Library For The Future With Passive Optical Lan

Tellabs will be represented at the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) Intelligent Buildings Forum in San Diego California from Tuesday April 26th to Thursday April 28th. We have been invited to participate on a panel discussion Wednesday April 27th at 12:45 p.m. addressing reliable modern high-performance networks delivering video, Internet, voice, wireless access and building automation functions, such as: fire safety, security, lighting control and energy conservation.


However, the highlight of the week will happen on Thursday April 28th at 1:45 p.m. when CABA, along with Jim Hayes and The Fiber Optic Association, will sponsor a behind-the-scenes tour of the Tellabs Optical LAN installation at the downtown San Diego Central Library.


What a fabulous facility!


The San Diego Central Library brings the library of the future to life. This iconic 9-story downtown building is full of inviting spaces where patrons can explore, read and learn through books, music, art, computers, kiosks and mobile devices. The library’s Information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure connects computers, Wi-Fi, automation, security and phones across the Tellabs Optical LAN. The Optical LAN architecture allows for a simple, secure, stable and scalable ICT infrastructure delivering advantages for both wired and wireless connectivity. The fiber-based LAN ultimately saves the San Diego Central Library space, energy and money for the benefit of all the library patrons.


Learn more about why modern high-performance buildings owners and operators, like at the downtown San Diego Central Library, are choosing Optical LAN on the Tellabs website.