Amtrak HQ renovation employs passive optical LAN technology for long-term campus network connectivity – Cabling Install

Even before Amtrak began the renovation of the National Guard Building, which would become its new 82,000 sq. ft. headquarters in Washington DC, the national railroad was determined to create a state-of-the-art facility. Among the highest priorities was a converged network capable of providing high-bandwidth and wireless connectivity for up to 500 users housed throughout the four floors of newly remodeled office space. A fiber-optic network was the obvious choice to achieve these requirements so Amtrak and its consulting engineers selected passive optical LAN due to its affordability, reliability, long life, and reduced power consumption.

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