Network operators—large public networks or small private networks—must keep up with the growing demand for bandwidth from their users. One solution they turn to is a Passive Optical Network (PON). PON infrastructure is an all-optical point-to-multipoint technology that provides an optical path for a central office, headend or data center to a user terminal through the use of optical fiber and splitters.
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