APOLAN Reports Increasing Adoption of Passive Optical LAN
Market research cites the many benefits of passive optical LAN as a threat to copper LAN cabling applications
NEW YORK, April 5, 2016 – The Association for Passive Optical LAN (APOLAN), a non-profit organization that drives the adoption and education for passive optical local area networks (LAN), today announced that the Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA) released its <a href="https://www.bsria go to this site.co.uk/news/article/passive-optical-lan-market-could-become-a-threat-to-copper-cabling-according-to-new-bsria-study/” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”>network cabling market brief citing the significant growth of passive optical LAN (POL) implementation. According to report findings, POL is a threat to copper cabling in LAN applications and is solidifying its position as a disruptive technology.
Based on the report, new trends in building construction and enterprise workplace design are some of the driving forces in passive optical LAN adoption. Available for purchase, the report highlights how building owners, developers and all IT decision-makers must reprioritize the in-building technology backbone infrastructure to make the necessary changes to meet growing connectivity needs.
“We expect more deployments and adoptions worldwide, specially with new vendors entering the market” says Martin Chiesa, BSRIA senior researcher. “Passive optical networks bring significant savings and lower total cost of ownership, causing a disruption on how enterprises envision networking and its benefits.”
APOLAN member companies provided input through direct participation in this BSRIA market study. Demonstrating thought leadership, Association members were instrumental in the data collection showcasing passive optical LAN known strengths and global market size.
“This BSRIA market report is further proof that awareness of fiber-based networks, associated with committed vendors in the industry, can deliver today the enterprise network for the future,” says Brian D. O’Connell, Chairman of the APOLAN.
More information about the report and about BRSIA can be found here: https://www.bsria.co.uk/.