Tag: Optical

Lighting the Way for a Texas School District

Lighting the Way for a Texas School District

Netsync’s Optical Solutions team delivers what every IT professional wants―complete network control Located in the beautiful, piney woods of southeast Texas, the Beaumont Independent School District (ISD) with more than 18,000 students, has always taken great pride in creating an inclusive environment for academic excellence while closely adhering to its motto ―”Preparing Our Next Generation.”…

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Major School District gets updated WAN, simpler management, lower costs

Major School District gets updated WAN, simpler management, lower costs

Netsync designs and deploys high-speed, scalable optical network to address school district’s current and future needs A major school district in North Texas — in fact, the largest of 38 districts in the area—with an enrollment of more than 14,000 students, had a costly, poorly supported metro-Ethernet network connecting and supplying Internet access for their…

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Netsync Lights and Energizes Utility Company’s Network

Netsync Lights and Energizes Utility Company’s Network

Reports of the death of this technology have been greatly exaggerated While many have predicted that SD-WAN would spell the death knell for MPLS, it’s not true. Far from it, in fact. MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) is alive and well, not only as a long-ago implemented technology falling under the If it ain’t broke, don’t…

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Transceiver Modules

Supporting Large Capacity, High-Speed Optical Communication with Transceiver Modules Optical transceiver (transmitter and receiver) modules are typically deployed to update the communication and data center networks for efficient traffic management at higher speeds by transmitting data through fiber optic cables, using high performance laser optics and photodiodes, rather than copper wire. They convert electrical signals…

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Optical Transport Systems

Optical Transport at Nearly the Speed of Light It’s no secret that today’s digital traffic is expanding exponentially based not only on the increasing number of connected devices, like phones, tablets and laptops, around the world, but also by the increasingly sophisticated and bandwidth-hungry applications and services currently in use. Yesterday’s packet-based networking is woefully…

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