The emergence of new technologies and applications such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and Big Data, enterprises’ digital transformation is accelerating. A Passive Optical Network (PON) provides a cost-effective, carrier grade, scalable, high performance network that will enable next generation technologies to support business critical operations and provide a consistent, quality experience for your staff and customers.
Compared to traditional networks, Passive Optical Networks (PONs) have many advantages, including multi-service integrated transport, energy conservation, cost-effectiveness, flexibility, security, and reliability, as well as meeting the requirements of high bandwidth and low latency of emerging services such as ultra-HD video, augmented and virtual reality, cloud services
From aged care to educational institutions, utilities metering, hotels and hospitals, the installation of a Passive Optical Network ensures your network provides future-oriented evolution capabilities and protects your enterprise investment.
Optical Line Terminals (OLT) devices are used for implementing high bandwidth fibre networks and combine multiple services onto a single fibre for distribution to end user devices. With full layer 2 and layer 3 functionality, OLT’s supports full feature network architecture for multiple customers in an economical ‘pay as you grow’ model. Features include:
An ONT is installed at the end user premise to retrieve all of the individual IP services which are combined onto a single fibre by the OLT. The ONT typically connects to local wireless routers, TV set-top-boxes, security panels, intercom systems, telephones and other customer equipment. The ONT featurs: