The World's Largest Passive Optical LAN Saves Energy and Money for Sandia National Laboratories
(Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) NAPERVILLE, Ill., Feb. 28 -- Tellabs issued the following news release:
At Sandia National Laboratories, the world's largest passive Optical LAN (https://share.sandia.gov/news/resources/news_releases/fiber_optic/) now connects about 13,000 workstations in 265 buildings. Sandia National Laboratories started deploying Tellabs Optical LAN Solution in 2009 to replace an existing copper-based LAN.
With Tellabs Optical LAN Solution, Sandia expects to save about $20 million in costs over 5 years, once the system is fully deployed.
Sandia National Laboratories featured on The Green Room
A video on the Sandia National Laboratories Optical LAN (http://www.tellabs.com/resources/multimedia/index.cfm/id/03581FD7-974B-865D-9390A735A777B2C7.cfm) is scheduled on The Green Room on Fox Business News Network Saturday, March 2, at 11 a.m. (EST), 10 a.m. (CST), 9 a.m. (MST), and 8 a.m. (PST).
Tellabs Optical LAN Solution (http://www.tellabs.com/solutions/opticallan/) provides enterprises with high bandwidth, high security, lower energy usage and lower cost. Tellabs Optical LAN replaces conventional, copper-based LANs in buildings and on campuses with 500 or more workstations. With Tellabs Optical LAN, enterprises can save up to:
* 70% of total cost of ownership
* 80% of energy consumption
* 90% of space requirements.
To extend its Optical LAN solution, Tellabs will ship the new Tellabs 120 mini-ONT (http://www.tellabs.com/products/library.cfm find=1100ont), the world's smallest enterprise ONT, in the second quarter. The company is also investing in the sales channel to extend its distribution into enterprises.
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