Orlando International Airport Approves Tellabs Optical LAN for South Terminal Network
CARROLLTON, Texas, July 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tellabs, the leading provider of Passive Optical Network (PON) solutions announces that Tellabs® Optical LAN (OLAN) is approved and awarded by the Greater Orlando Airport Authority (GOAA). Tellabs OLAN was selected as the mission-critical network of choice, which will provide fiber-optic telecommunications technology and deliver modern high-speed connectivity throughout Orlando International Airport South Terminal.
Passive Optical LAN architecture is favored by Orlando International Airport as the design reduces the number of communication rooms and copper wire connections needed to provide mission-critical connectivity across the vast airport property.
Tellabs is the only bidder to demonstrate a comprehensive Optical LAN solution relative to business qualifications, product capability, equipment demonstration and price proposal. In addition, Tellabs is the only firm with a fully functioning OLAN system as installed at other airports similar in complexity and scale. This unanimous selection is also driven by the fact that Tellabs demonstrated:
You can read more about the Tellabs Optical LAN system being used by both airports and train stations by accessing our online Transportation resources available on our website.
To learn more, visit www.tellabs.com
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