Passive optical network (PON) Internet, or shared fiber, has a lot of advantages. Some of these advantages are cost savings, high speeds, and reliability. Learn more.
While fiber-optic services (FiOS) require fiber-optic cabling and PON systems, a FiOS network can support Ethernet or Coax at the termination point (FTTH or FTTP). Learn more.
GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) and EPON (Ethernet Passive Optical Network) are both PON protocols that serve Ethernet acces to users over a fiber-optic network. Learn more about the difference and how they work.
GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) is a next-generation PON standard used to deliver broadband access to homes and businesses. It consists of OLT (Optical Line Terminals), ONU (Optical Network Unit), and a splitter. Learn more.
A passive optical network (PON) is a fiber-optic network that allows an Internet service provider (ISP) and consumer to communicate. This is how you get broadband access with fiber-optic services (FiOS). PON is one protocol. Learn more.
GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) is a next-generation PON standard that allows more fiberoptic-coverage and flexibility. Learn more.
ONT stands for Optical Network Terminal. It is the endpoint device in a fiber to the home (FTTH) or fiber to the business (FTTB) system. Learn more.
An optical network terminal (ONT) and optical network unit (ONU) are essentially the same things. The difference is the physical location of the devices, but they function the same in FTTH. Learn more.