LAN Network Design Using Fiber Optics
Local Area Networks (LANs) are the backbone of communication networks across business enterprises. They can be operated as campus, horizontal, or in-building networks. In the first case, they are used to connect multiple buildings in the same campus. University campuses and commercial campuses owned by corporate companies rely on this type of infrastructure. However, LANs can be used to connect multiple IP devices in the building when employed as an in-building network. In either of these cases, LANs feature several passive and active components, enabling smooth data transfer between different wired and wireless connected devices in the network. Electronic equipment are active components and cables are passive components used in such networks. With the data transfer needs and speeds, and the number of devices increasing, there is a load on existing LANs to accommodate these demands without compromising their performance and robustness. This requirement can be easily met by considering LAN network design with fiber optics.
Fiber optic LANs will help you overcome the challenges of speed, network performance issues, instability, leakages, and security posed by traditional copper cables and devices. This is why they are fast replacing traditional LANs in commercial and industrial enterprises. However, LAN network design using fiber optics is not easy and requires immense planning. Before starting, you may want to know about the design of FO LAN and its specifics. For this, you can read about building LAN architecture using fiber optics in detail here
and refer to the LAN network design and diagram to check now our solutions are being best utilized for building such networks.
Aside from planning and design, you would require quality equipment to materialize these designs. VERSITRON can help you with this. You can explore our fiber optic solutions to find the right network connectivity accessories for your building or campus applications. VERSITRON’s fiber optic connectivity solutions
are designed to help users build powerful networks for today while remaining scalable for future needs.