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EPON vs. GPON: A Practical Comparison

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re: EPON vs. GPON: A Practical Comparison
ZviShanny   6/22/2011 1:46:41 PM
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Dear sir I am the managing Director of Adwest Communications (www.adwest.net). We are involved in major telecom projects, and we are currently evaluating what will be our best solution for buildings and compounds for PON. We have a dedcated business unit which provide Managed Services to the Building and the compounds, all our services to the Tenants will ve IP based. From reading your article I believe EPON will do it, yet is it going to be a suustainable technology in the next 7 years? or will the GPON overtake? Pls advise Zvi Shanny

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