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Optical LAN paves the way for Airport Modernization and Sustainability – Tellilabs
Passive Optical LANs deployed at airports globally support everything from the latest ticketing, baggage and gate management systems to security, signage, paging, retail point of sale,
Wi-Fi and traveler entertainment. In the latest edition of AviationPro Airport Business magazine, is the article “Passive Optical LAN Technology is Paving the Runway for Airport Modernization and Sustainability“ which covers Optical LAN’s growing acceptance at modern transportation hub in great details by explaining:
- Going the Distance Without Disruption over fiber cabling
- Operating A Highly Resilient and Reliable Network
- Delivering Sustainability for the Future with Optical LAN
Read this article to learn more about how Passive Optical LAN technology offers solution to airport technology needs of today and tomorrow.
To our valued customers, partners, suppliers and team, during the ongoing pandemic caused by #COVID-19…
The Axis Group wants to assure you that we are here to support you while promoting the health and safety of all citizens in the communities in which we live and work. We’ve implemented teleworking where applicable and stringent cleanliness standards for both office and field operations, in line with current government directives.
Please reach out to us regarding your questions, concerns and project updates.
Joana Barbulescu RCDD
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Fiber Optic Resources for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math Teachers
STEM or STEAM – science, technology, engineering, arts and math – is the key to future success for everyone, especially students in schools today.
It’s our goal to introduce you, and help you to introduce your students, to the technology that makes much of the technology we use today possible – fiber optic communications – and show the STEAM topics related to it, including the arts – and make it entertaining and fun.
What’s “Fiber Optics”
Fiber optics is the primary medium we use to communicate today. Phones, landline or wireless, the Internet and cable TV all communicate on fiber optic cables. Even when you are using your cell phone, it’s not connected with a fiber optic cable, but the cell tower it’s connected to probably is.
Fiber optics carries signals as pulses of light while copper cables carry signals as pulses of electrons. As the photo below by AT&T from the 1970s showed, one hair-thin fiber can carry more signals than the giant copper telephone cable in the photo. Today’s fibers can carry millions of times the data that that fiber could 40 years ago!
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Government of Canada invests over $5 million to bring high-speed Internet to 3,300+ households in BC
Rural British Columbians to benefit from increased connectivity to high-speed Internet
Today, Stéphane Lauzon, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Rural Economic Development, on behalf of the Honourable Gudie Hutchings, Minister of Rural Economic Development, announced over $5 million in funding for ispeed Communications, Swift Internet and TELUS to bring high-speed Internet to over 3,300 households in the following communities:
ispeed Communications: Coldstream, Deep Creek, Grindrod, Hullcar, Okanagan and Spallumcheen (Splatsin)
Swift Internet: Arrow Creek, Canyon, Kingsgate, Kitchener, Kuskonook, Lister, Moyie, Sanca, Twin Bays, West Creston, Wynndel and Yahk
TELUS: Barlow Creek, Blue Springs, Booth Creek, Cherryville, Clearview, Shuswap Falls, south of Smithers, Spruceland and Wilks/Kahn, Ten Mile Lake, Twin Lakes, and Wycliffe
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BC Ministry of Transport: Fibre Reference Guide
Intelligent Transportation Systems Engineering Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (First Edition 2019)
Fibre optic cable is becoming a crucial component for public agencies and many are deciding their own fibre networks are the right direction. Installing, operating and maintaining a fibre network is relatively new to the public sector and there is increasing demand for the sharing of knowledge and experience so that the benefits of a fibre network can be realized efficiently and effectively.
The purpose of these guidelines is to assist public agencies as they begin or continue to develop their fibre optic cable programs and to create a shared understanding with consistency to help facilitate sharing agreements among agencies The guidelines cover a variety of topics that include both the technical and business side of a fibre optic network, agreements with other organization and range from before the network to after it has been installed.
This manual is also intended to be a living document, so feedback and comments are welcome for further editions.
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Source: British Columbia Ministry of Transport
How To Build Rural Broadband, Learning From History
You can spend hours reading about the lack of broadband in rural America
You can spend hours reading about the lack of broadband in rural America. Here are two recent examples from the FCC and The Verge. But while AT&T CEO John Stankey told Wall St. analysts that he doesn’t think there is any way to extend fiber to rural areas at all, FOA has worked with dozens of groups wanting to build rural broadband and documented several DIY FTTH systems in the FOA Guide. We have also documented in the FOA Newsletter (June 2021) ways that make rural broadband more feasible using new technologies like remote OLTs for GPON networks.
As we continue to research rural broadband strategies and technologies, we continue to work on other projects. One of those projects involves assisting EPRI (the Electric Power Research Institute, the electrical utilities “Bell Labs” or “Telcordia”) with their strategic plans for fiber optics in their networks. It occurred to us that installing rural fiber networks was similar to the development of rural electrical networks in America a century ago.
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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.
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.
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
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%.
The AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) system enhances cabling installations permanence while minimizing construction delays, errors and challenges.
The AXIStech Passive Optical LAN (POL) system features advanced security functions which ensure decryption to be virtually impossible. This is proven by the early adoption of POL technology by Defence and Security organizations.
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.
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President, Joana Barbulescu, and Project Coordinator, Kari Prevost, joined the prestigious CCW...
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