Optical LAN

The New Enterprise Network

If you need a scalable enterprise IT solution that is economical and environmentally friendly, Optical LAN (OLAN) is the answer. Optical LAN – using Passive Optical Network (PON) technology and also referred to as Gigabit PON (GPON)—is a 100% fiber optic point‐to‐multipoint enterprise network infrastructure. While traditional copper cable infrastructure requires multiple cable types to deliver voice, video, and data, Optical LAN consolidates all device cabling on to a single fiber and reduces the overall cable presence. It also mitigates the cost and performance risk of supporting robust new technologies with outdated traditional infrastructures.

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VT Group is an experienced, full‐service provider of customized OLAN solutions. Our design/build solutions approach to fully integrated, turnkey Optical LAN systems saves customers substantial time and money. Because Optical LAN vastly improves network performance while significantly cutting thermal and space requirements, power consumption and overall operating expenses, it is often referred to as “Green IT”.

The Optical LAN system eliminates extra equipment and cabling, and consolidates network components to provide a common secure transport for data, VoIP, analog telephony, building electronic security systems, AV systems, building automation, PC over IP (PCoIP) Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), wireless access point connectivity, RF over Glass (RFoG), RFID, and SCADA.


Solution Offerings
  • Site survey/needs analysis
  • Systems engineering
  • Integration and installation
  • Testing and acceptance
  • Systems training
  • Maintenance and sustainment
Benefits of Optical LAN
  • An immediate and substantial return on investment
  • Multimedia broadband triple-play services to high-tech buildings
  • Increased bandwidth delivery for current and future technologies
  • Easy transition to VoIP and cloud computing
  • LEEDS standards support
  • A future-proof option to short-lived copper cabling

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