Passive Optical LANs Support IoT Growth | EDUCAUSE

To prepare for the connectivity and bandwidth demands of the growing Internet of Things, higher education institutions should consider replacing legacy copper-based local-area networks with passive optical LANs.

Higher education, like nearly every other business in the world, will continue to be transformed by IoT. Smart building management tools will remotely control lights and HVAC across different buildings. Enhanced security features with automated lockdown and notification settings will better protect everyone on campus, and even tracking student attendance will become more efficient.

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Categories: Fiber, IoT, Market Trends, SCN

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