In the Internet of Things era, it’s not just enterprises worried about meeting the demand for high speeds and enough bandwidth. Park Place, a luxury high-rise in Atlanta, knew that to attract new tenants and retain existing owners, they had to improve their connectivity infrastructure.
Through the recommendation of our partner IP UtiliNET, the condominium complex deployed Tellabs Optical LAN. This has proven to be the ideal solution for Park Place.
Tellabs Optical LAN delivered bandwidth that residents require for their current devices and voice, data nad video applications. On top of that, our technology can also support future migration to next-generation technologies, such as voice-over-IP (VoIP), integrated music systems, exterior surveillance and access control, all without requiring infrastructure replacement.
Compared to the traditional copper-based solution, Optical LAN’s fiber endpoints within each condo provided four times more capacity. Individual residents today receive incredibly fast internet, which is burstable up to 1Gbps.
David Quinn, CEO of IP UtiliNET, explains, “The previous communications infrastructure created a fragmented mess in the facility. The beauty of the converged Tellabs Optical LAN solution is the ability to provide a residence like Park Place with a state-of-the-art high-speed network, while enabling it to reduce budgetary consumption from day one, and significantly lower the total cost of ownership over a 10-year period.”
To learn more about the deployment, read the news release.