Register now to join Tellabs monthly “Optical LAN Tech Talk” webinar series scheduled for the first Thursday, at 11:00 am ET, of every month in 2020. These 30-minute webinars will feature interactive dialogue focused on enterprise Optical LAN’s new software, hardware and best practices.
McGough’s new, modern corporate headquarters includes a Tellabs Optical LAN solution that successfully delivers flexibility in support of their network connectivity in a spacious, productive, healthy and smart modern workplace. The POL speeds IT staff productivity with simplification, reduces network vulnerability points and offers the best network capacity and connectivity density.
Tellabs and EXFO demonstrate a fiber-based enterprise LAN, designed using Passive Optical Networking technology, that can economically support one gigabit to ten gigabit connectivity speeds simultaneously over existing infrastructure to satisfy the ever-increasing network densities and capacities demanded by today’s modern smart buildings.
Tellabs 1RU Tellabs FlexSym ONT248 offers a 48-port Ethernet switch capability that can be connected to a passive optical LAN as well as reuse existing copper horizontals. Each port supports up to 60 W of Power over Ethernet, which is limited only by the capacity of the redundant modular hot-swappable power supplies installed. The platform is XGS-PON compatible, meaning it can support symmetrical 10-Gbps downstream and upstream connections.
Tellabs’ 1000 Multiservice Access Platform (MSAP) Feature Package 18.0 (FP18), and the newly introduced Tellabs IP-POTS VoIP plug-in card, have entered the company’s Limited Availability product lifecycle process. Specifically introduced to “provide a graceful, and cost-effective, migration from analog voice to VoIP,” the new Tellabs 1000 IP-POTS card enables SIP conversion of existing analog POTS, eliminating the need for TDM switch terminations.
Tellabs and EXFO showcased a live demonstration of “the ever-increasing bandwidths possible over PON while preserving investments in existing fiber cabling, splitters, and equipment, at the Winter BICSI Conference.
Healthcare facilities have undergone rapid changes in recent years with a focus on digital transformation taking center stage. New technologies are being introduced to the market to enhance digital critical care, mobility, IoT and smart buildings. Healthcare campuses are struggling to address the IoT explosion, the influx of wireless devices, assurances of greater stability through constant availability and strict Quality of Service to support their mission critical services.
The new Tellabs® 1000 Multiservice Access Platform (MSAP) Feature Package 18.0 (FP18), and the new Tellabs® IP-POTS VoIP plug-in card, has entered the Limited Availability product lifecycle process, offering service providers a cost-effective, migration from analog voice to VoIP.
Overcoming the Challenges at Texas A&M Kyle Field due to the Changing Landscape of Always Connected Technology
Tellabs Optical LAN fiber-based stadium network is the foundation enabling Texas A&M’s Kyle Field to surpass previous game day data traffic peak usage. In order to meet the demands of all these new services without the cost and complexity of legacy technologies, TAMU chose a converged infrastructure, with optical fiber cabling and power delivery to the edge, for both LAN and DAS needs.