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The latest revolution in LAN technologies is the advent of Fiber Optic cabling and passive Optical LANs. Copper based LANs are prehistoric and expensive in terms of capital expense and operational cost. It also consumes higher energy, squanders space, is less stable and poses security risks. Now with NISQUARE TECHNOLOGIES, provide a better alternative that exceeds expectations of your guests by supporting properties voice, video, wireless access, security systems, fire detection systems, door access systems, automated billing mini bar systems, point of sale systems, CCTV monitoring, digital signage and property management in a cost effective way. The pros of Optical LAN outweigh the cons of copper-based LAN by a huge margin.

Better Bandwidth Capacity :- The Bandwidth limit of Fiber Optical cabling such Single Mode Fiber (SMF) can be said to be infinite. Today it is supposed to support 101 Tbps, given that, that is the limit of today’s electronic transmission technology. The same cannot be said for copper cabling. With Passive Optical LAN, gigabite rate speeds can be delivered to Hotel guests and to all Hotel Ethernet needs.

Future proof LAN infrastructure :- Copper cabling just cannot keep up with the Bandwidth demand of Hotel Properties. It requires constant upgradation, wasting money and affecting the Hotel’s operations. Fiber optic cabling on the other hand, is smaller, lighter, stronger, higher bandwidth, greater reach, better connection, longer life and more secure.

Greater reach with fiber optic cabling and passive optical LAN :- The reach of Optical LAN is 300 times more compared to that of copper cabling. This in turn saves space for more revenue generating purposes..

Non-corrosive and non-susceptible to lightning for seaside tropical Hotels and Resorts :- Copper cabling is a menace for sea side resorts. Passive Optical LAN and fiber optic cabling is recommended for high humidity, high corrosion, high salt and high lightning climates.

Space :- The biggest merit of fiber optic cabling is the significant amount of space that can be saved. This means more beds, more rooms, larger rooms and more amenities. The saving of space can impact the following:

Cabling :- Hotels can serve higher number of IP/Ethernet devices with less cabling as one single mode fiber strand can serve 128 gigabit Ethernet end points through riser and horizontal pathways.

Main data center :- A colossal amount of 8000 gigabit Ethernet end points within 20-30 kms can be served with one main data center. This enables Hotels to give more number of IP/Ethernet endpoints with less emission of power and heat.

Telecommunications closets :- With optical LAN, you can greatly reduce or eliminate telecommunications closets. This saves up so much more space for revenue bringing purposes.

Networks and services convergence :- The best feature of fiber optic cabling is its feature of convergence. Prior to the advent of fiber optic cabling, each needs of Hotels needed separate physical equipment and cable infrastructure. Now, with one single wire, voice, video, data, wireless, building automation, security and building environmental controls, all can be controlled. Your hospitality facility can cut down facility can cut down facility operational expenses as well as capital expenses with this service and network convergence.

Large hotels and resort properties :- The reach of Passive Optical LAN is three hundred times that of copper based LANs. And it can support itself with no power, A/C, ventilation, floor space and management needs. This fully fiber infrastructure can be utilized in hospital campuses, educational campuses etc. Since there are fewer electrical-to-electrical transitions and optical-to-electrical conversions, less energy is consumed, less heat is generated and there is reduced latency across the end-to-end network. This results in better network performance and low latency for critical services.