Being green makes business sense
More and more today, building’s low-voltage systems and power- hungry layer 2 network switches are replaced by Passive Optical LAN ( POL ) or Passive Optical Network ( PON).
PON is passive since no power, air conditioning or active equipment ( switches, UPS, servers ) are required in building wiring closets ( IDFs ) . POL eliminates vertical or horizontal copper cabling requirements ( Cat3, Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6, Cat7, Cat8 …….. ). POL is also capable of up to 1 Gig bandwidth delivery to desktop and single mode fiber lifespan is 20 years plus.
In typical deployment, POL results in a reduction of 8,000 pounds less plastic versus a Category 6 copper infrastructure, and 28,000 pounds less plastic compared to a Category 6A copper infrastructure. In addition, the POL uses 8,000 pounds less copper and adds 30 pounds of glass.
POL , an all-fiber LAN solution that operates on a Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON), is a leading alternative to the traditional LAN network that enables architects and design engineers to increase the use of eco-friendly materials while significantly reducing energy consumption and significant costs associated with traditional LAN architectures . PON review – Read more read more ( under The Architectural Choice for Greener Buildings, Lower Costs, and Higher Performance )
Innova commitment to sustainability encompasses having the ability and experience to design buildings technology and infrastructure following LEED criteria and to successfully manage the LEED Administration certification process.
The business impact of passive optical LAN technology is to lower the total cost of ownership (TCO ) in a business LAN environment more than 250 stations— by means of passive optical technology developed for, and proven in, client service point networks.
- Simple to deploy and perfect solution for new commercial building or upgrades
- Significant CAPEX and OPEX Savings with the Passive Optical LAN
- Green advantages including space, cost and energy reduction
- Reliability (Carrier-grade technology and fiber optics) and Security