PASSIVE OPTICAL NETWORKING

MAKE YOUR OT NETWORK EFFICIENT

Join us as we take an in-depth exploration into Passive Optical Networking (PON).  We will look at what makes PON unique and discuss how it can create the perfect Converged Building Operations Network in single building or campus projects.  You will discover how you can support your building automation, security and energy systems with a scalable network that has higher performance and less infrastructure than traditional networks. Learn about specific architectures available in multi-service operational technology networks using PON, and find out how they may fit your next project. Optigo CEO Pook-Ping Yao will have a candid conversation about your options and answer your questions about Passive Optical Networking.

Learn about different modes of network access, including Ethernet, Wi-Fi, hotspots, and clients. We’ll explore the pros and cons of each, and their different applications and uses.

Learn about the network layers and their roles. We’ll cover the differences between the OSI and TCP/IP Model, and how these layers form the basic network architecture.

Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) are different in a lot of ways, from their design to their maintenance workflows and more.

It’s super important to have unique Device IDs on your BACnet system, but duplicates are a very common problem. You might not even realize you have duplicate IDs, with devices only responding periodically.

There’s a ton you can do in Optigo OneViewTM, from managing and organizing VLANs, to creating mirror ports and securing the network at the touch of a button.

Visual BACnet is a powerful program that removes the guesswork to diagnosing problems on your network. It provides a concrete Network Health Score, highlights key issues, and empowers users to improve their networks over time.

Building a bid with Optigo Connect? Whether you’re designing a network for a big or small building, a new project or retrofit — Optigo Connect Spectra and Hybrid have you covered.

Advanced Reports are a fantastic addition to your service offerings, and a great way to keep your network updates on track. You can use them to:
- Communicate the site’s status with your customer

VLANs and BBMDs seem at complete odds with each other. One is meant to separate and segregate traffic. The other is designed to broadcast messages across the network, without limit for which devices should get what messages.