FiberLANTM, the New Enterprise Solution

By building fiber based LAN infrastructures with seamless centralized management and network control IY networks are one step closer to a pure Software Defined Enterprise. Software-defined networking (SDN) is a significant trend in the management of IT Enterprise infrastructure and network design. Fiber based LAN SDN is attractive to many businesses due to significant cost equipment savings, improved network performance, increased productivity and improved security. Welcome to FiberLANTM from DZS.

  • Secure Fiber LAN networks – High speed access with built in security.

  • Scalable connected devices – Gateways, IOT and core networking platforms
  • Encryption and Cybersecurity – from any “secure” device or location
  • Real-time backups – 24/7 availability
  • Disaster recovery – always available


and the Fiber Revolution

Passive Optical LAN is a new LAN deployment architecture offering superior technological advantages over copper LAN deployments. It is a smarter way to structure a LAN, because:

  • It simplifies the Local Area Network infrastructure
  • It simplifies network moves, adds, and changes
  • Is not limited by the distance and bandwidth constraints of twisted copper pair networks
  • Is secure by design, based on optical fiber and built-in encryption
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5G Indoor Networking

Enterprise Network Convergence and the Fiber Revolution.

Enterprise networks are a reality based on FiberLANtm the next frontier is Indoor 5G mobile: 

  • Private Wif-FI 
  • Enterprise MVNO
  • Enterprise Private Mobile
  • Network Slicing and QoS
  • 5G C-RAN
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Passive Optical LAN vs. Legacy Architectures

Passive Optical LAN architectures provide tremendous improvements in the design and deployment of local area networks. Composed almost entirely of single mode fiber optic cable, a Passive Optical LAN can span for 20 km (12.5 miles) or more depending on the optics and splitter ratios deployed. While not all networks may need to span such distances, it is particularly advantageous for multi-story buildings and campus networks where mid-span switching equipment is eliminated entirely. Even single building networks can take advantag