Faster. Stronger signals. Resistant to damage and interference. Fiber optics are simply superior to traditional ethernet cables. It’ll cost you less, last longer, and give you better performance than the alternatives. On top of that, it’s green technology—in more ways than one, as you’ll notice when you save a hefty amount of green.
Gigabit passive optic networks are the latest evolution of fiber optics. GPON is a robust infrastructure designed to future-proof your business by making big changes today. With a well-built GPON infrastructure, a single fiber optic cable can run multiple services at high speed and transmission clarity: WiFi, VOIP, data, TV, and more.
Fiber optics are more resistant to interference and degradation over time, shielded against pest damage, and run over longer distances. The result is reduced costs, better longevity, and fewer cables.
GPONs are the way of the future, and it starts today.
Fiber optics use the power of light speed to transmit data along the fiber cables. Because the data transmits at a rate nearing the speed of light, it’s a far superior method to electrical transmission. Fiber cables can also transmit multiple types of data, even at the same time, allowing you to manage multiple services with only a single cable by way of a passive splitter. Minimizing the quantity of cables is an important cost- and space-saving feature, streamlining your infrastructure into the future.
GPON is a passive network, which reduces the need for electricity and cooling. You only need a GPON switch in your server room and a GPON modem for any end points, eliminating the need for multiple bulky units connected by several cables. Fiber’s nigh-unlimited bandwidth provides superior performance at considerably less opportunity cost. Adapters exist allowing you to convert fiber optic to coaxial output for TVs, but the speed and bandwidth all but remove slow or buffering content, allowing clients unfettered access to the data.
Fiber is easier to repair, as well, with diagnostics able to detect exactly where the cable has failed, making repairs faster and cheaper. Shielded cables are enclosed in metal sleeving, making them proof against rodents and other pests while also enhancing the fiber’s durability.
The end result is that GPONs are easier to maintain and expand without needing massive overhauls to your network infrastructure.Get it here
Fiber optic cabling does more than enhance your network’s stability. It can boost your company’s Green Star Rating, too! The cabling is made from recycled glass, using up to 90% less copper, and less than half the amount of energy requirements as the traditional networks. Both in the server room and at any terminals along the way, you require less cooling. And if that wasn’t enough, less trips to repair your network infrastructure means less fuel costs, less emissions, and fewer resources used in the repair process.
GPONs both directly and indirectly reduce your network’s environmental impact, while saving you time and money.Get it here
GPON is a passive network, meaning it requires less active signal repetition and so fewer switches. The cabling is robust, lasting longer against environmental conditions, pests, and even human error. It’s also future-proof in its ability to offer incredible bandwidth and transmission speeds. This means you won’t have to constantly replace your GPON infrastructure to keep up with the demanding pace of new technology.
By needing less space for the network itself, you’re saving space for other needed infrastructure components. GPON allows you to maximize your existing space in a safe way. Fiber is lighter and easier to install, saving you money in building and maintaining the infrastructure. The network is more durable and boasts the security options your network needs.
Using GPON as the backbone of your network allows you to quickly and easily manage any upgrades you need without fear of technological obsolescence. Expansions require less materials than traditional networks, and require less intensive labor. Fiber transmits over greater distances—exceeding 10 kilometers—which combined with its cheaper construction, maintenance, and energy-saving features, simply makes GPON the clear network solution.
Your business needs to grow, and the world demands increasingly faster speeds. More data, better clarity, and greater access: these are the needs of both businesses and individual users in the twenty-first century. GPON has the means to meet these demands technological generations yet to come.
With GPON, your network infrastructure will endure the test of time and advancement, save you money and effort, and stand ready to meet the needs of your business for years to come.