Tellabs’ Optical LAN Now Available via World’s Smallest ONT
By Matt Hassett, Tellabs
It is no secret that Optical LAN outperforms copper-based LANs in terms of cost, efficiency and security. In addition to more bandwidth, Optical LAN can lower total costs of ownership by up to 70%, consume up to 80% less energy and reduce space needs by up to 90%.
Enterprises are now able to access this technology in form factors that they’re familiar with. First of its kind, the Tellabs Mini ONT, with power over Ethernet, fits neatly into offices, in a standard wall outlet or inside a cubicle raceway. The Mini ONT is a part of Tellabs’ complete Optical LAN solution.
Are you ready for tomorrow’s LAN? To learn more about Optical LAN and the Mini ONT, click on the resource links below:
Optical LAN, A New Network Paradigm: Cutting Cost, Space and Energy Use
Why Fiber Optical LANs Are the Better Choice for High-Performance Green Buildings
Debunking the Myths About Optical LAN
Sandia Labs Optical LAN telecast – Fox Business Network “Green Room”
Why Deltek Deployed Optical LAN: Better Technology
Why Deltek Deployed Optical LAN: Better Economics
What are industry analysts saying about the new Tellabs 100 Series Mini ONTs?
New Industry Association to Drive Education and Adoption of Optical LAN
The Benefits of Optical LAN Now Fit into the Palm of Your Hand
The Hidden Costs of LAN Downtime Can Be Millions of Dollars A Year
Keeping Up with Changes in LAN Traffic – Part 1
Keeping Up with Changes in LAN Traffic – Part 2
|About the Guest Blogger: Matt Hassett is the Sr. Channel Marketing and Programs manager for Tellabs PartnerPlus program. In this role, he is responsible for developing and managing Tellabs regional Channel Partner’s go to market strategy and partner marketing campaigns for Tellabs PartnerPlus program.|