Passive Optical Network: FAQ’s

  What is Passive Optical Network? Passive Optical Network (PON) is a type of fibre-optic access network. A PON reduces the amount of cabling and equipment required compared to an active optical network, where each user has a separate connection to the network hub. Generally, a PON configuration contains an optical line terminal (OLT) at

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Commonly asked questions about CCTV

What does CCTV mean? CCTV is short for “closed-circuit television.” CCTV systems use cameras and monitors to record or view activity in and around a property. This can be used for security purposes, to monitor traffic, or even to provide entertainment. How does CCTV work? Closed-circuit television systems work by sending a signal from the

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Electrical Safety In The Office

Electrical safety in the office is important for many reasons. One of the main purposes is to keep your employees safe. Failure to keep on top of your electrical safety can leave your business exposed to many hazards. For instance, shocks, electrocution, fires, and burns. Furthermore, failure to maintain your electrical safety can void your

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Why Is Cat6 cable better than CAT5e?

Should Cat6 Cabling Replace Cat5e? Computer networks are an essential part of modern life, but for a network to be effective it needs to be transfer data at high speeds. Achieving this is made possible with data cables. However, you need to have the correct cables in place. The traditional data cabling used was Cat

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Fibre Optic FAQ’s

What is fibre optic cabling? Fibre optic cabling  is a type of cable that is used to transmit data at high speeds. It is made up of tiny glass or plastic strands that are bundled together. Fibre optic cables can carry much more information than traditional copper cables, and they are also much faster. Why

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