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When a Coat Closet Is All IT Needs

An IT network requires a large amount of space and support infrastructure, which are costly. What if there was a way to decrease the physical footprint, support requirements and deployment cost — while increasing reliability and security?

Erik Nelson will present “Making IT Happy With a Coat Closet? Optimizing Size, Infrastructure & Cost” at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo on Tuesday, September 20 in Orlando, Florida. He will point out the capabilities of the Passive Optical Network (PON) to limit space and infrastructure requirements yet still provide a robust, secure, and serviceable network.

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