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Active Optical Networks vs. Passive Optical Networks for Next-Gen ITS

Mainstream network models for ITS have traditionally utilized switch/router Ethernet technologies to manage communications between the core and the edge. “Active Optical Networks (AON)”, as the naming indicates, deploy “active” network management devices within the system architecture to facilitate network management capabilities. 827 more words


2014 Project 365, Day 232: PLDT Home Fibr

Photo #232: August 20

Apparently, PLDT has started “FIBR-ing” homes since June (or earlier) and our street was scheduled to be “FIBR-ed” today. No need for a router to enable WiFi! 10 more words

Municipal fiber deployment: create jobs, ignore consumer benefits

Fiber optics are the fastest form of transmitting data. Every scientist in the universe would acknowledge this as truth. There is no form of matter that can physically move faster than light. 533 more words

Choosing the Right Alarm Company for You

In this day and age we have the ability to review products online and
choose the right one for us. We also do the same when it comes to a… 224 more words

Access Control

Gone Missing

You may find it astonishing that a person can go missing from the electron cloud that defines our world. Especially to those in such forward-thinking nations as Malaysia and Nigeria, where most commerce occurs on smart phones, this seems far-fetched. 122 more words

A Change Of View

Hanging 3D Galaxy Mobile

Mobiles aren’t just for hanging over cribs anymore! Although this new 3D hanging galaxy mobile would be a great crib accessory, brighten up any room with a miniature piece of the universe made by you! 290 more words


Rewiring America: Links & comments 7/26/14

How America’s Internet can become the fastest on earth by John Aziz for The Week.

Americans created the Internet, and the United States has some of the fastest commercially-available Internet connections on earth.   316 more words