Quiz : Optical LANs
For years, copper and fiber have battled it out over which should be the cable of choice for local area networks (LANs). Mostly, it has been fiber backbones and copper to the desktop, with wireless needed everywhere. Centralized fiber has been around for almost 15 years but has gained little traction. However, new technologies for optical LANs (OLANs) appear to be making a breakthrough. Have you been keeping up with OLAN news?
Created By : Jim Hayes
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