It is universally known that fiber optics transmit data by light signals. As the data moves across a fiber, it needs separated ways to arrive at the targeted places. Generally, there are two essential types to realize it: active optical networks (AON) and passive optical networks (PON). They are both able to provide ways to separate data and route it to the proper places. Nowadays, server providers invest billions of dollars in their access networks to meet the ever-increasing demand for high-bandwidth broadband. In addition to technology longevity, server providers also like to see technology evolution to ensure future consumer demands can be met. Consequently, the development of the network PON type is on the rise.

A passive optical network (PON) refers to a telecommunication technology that implements a point-to-multipoint architecture. In that case, unpowered fiber optical splitters can make a single optical fiber serve multiple end-points such as customers. Then there is no need to connect individual fibers between the hub and the customer. The system can be described as fiber-to-the-curb (FTTC), fiber-to-the-building (FTTB), or fiber-to-the-home (FTTH).

Metrobit outdoor fiber network PON Hub solutions features are:

  • All in one cabinet
    Environmentally managed
  • Hex
    Air condition (DC)
  • Sophisticated Fiber Distribution
  • ODF/OCDF with Fiber Optic Cossets
    Fiber Cable Spools and fasteners
  • DC Power and Back up Battery
  • Space for Fiber Network Equipment
  • Outdoor Cabinet; IP55
  • Aluminum Made Electrostatic Polyester Power Coated