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The AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) system allows installers to seamlessly integrate existing cable systems (copper) thus lowering infrastructure costs, and minimizing construction delays and errors. Meanwhile, developers and architects can apply these additional savings to structural enhancements and interior design.
The AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) System provides critical long-term savings for the installation and overall infrastructure cost in multiple areas. With the ability to plan network scalability at a lower cost combined with a substantial price reduction, the resulting network meets and exceeds the alternative solutions.
In comparison to traditional copper systems, the AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) solution configure the available floor space more efficiently and effectively. Ultimately the AXIStech POL solution integrates fibre optic cable installations and space savings for installers, developers and architects with a savings of up to 50%.
By resolving the structured cabling solution from the onset, the Passive Optical LAN (POL) system enhances the architects and designers visualization of the space and opens up further design possibilities.
The AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) solution frees up architects and designers to create a building space with considerable energy saving including:
- Up to a 60% Saving in a Company’s Complete IT Network
- Total and Permanent Decrease in Yearly Energy Usage
- Single Fibre Optic Cable Reduces Installation, Ongoing Maintenance, and Equipment Expenses
The AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) system enhances cabling installations permanence while minimizing construction delays, errors and challenges.
Unlike the past copper wire systems, the AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) solution allows installers, architects and designers to service multiple rooms and/or buildings by utilizing a single command centre or just one communications room.