For enterprises that are geographically dispersed, carrying out these IT initiatives requires a high-bandwidth, highly available, secure networking infrastructure. To accomplish this, organizations depend on two types of networks to connect dispersed corporate locations. Metropolitan-area networks (MANs) operate within a specific metropolitan area, and wide-area networks (WANs) reach outside of the metropolitan area to interconnect locations across the state, country, or even the globe. For many enterprises, these critical networking infrastructures are no longer keeping pace with the new demands being placed on them. Traditionally, businesses have responded to bandwidth demands by incrementally adding bandwidth and services to their MANs and WANs. However, over time, this approach has resulted in complex, costly, and difficult to manage networks that offer limited capabilities.
Many enterprise organizations are discovering that managed optical services provide a high-speed, high-capacity, scalable, and secure networking solution that is both cost-effective and easy to manage. Some are replacing their existing complex patchwork MAN/WAN networks with a managed optical service at a lowered monthly cost. With an empowering optical network infrastructure, employees, customers, and business partners alike can maximize the full potential of IT initiatives to meet business mandates-no matter where they are located.
In partnership with Cisco Systems, a worldwide leader in networking, IrisLogic is able to transforms the way that people connect, communicate, and collaborate. Using Fiber Optics technology leader, we are able to bring faster, manageable, train, provision, and install effective IP network at much affordable prices. Originally designed for service provider voice networks, optical networking technology is rapidly expanding to business end users. Large enterprises now consider it the transport medium of choice for mission-critical networks, including those used for storage, data centers, campus, and metro-area networking, and demanding applications that require low latency and high bandwidth, such as videoconferencing. Optical networking uses thin glass or plastic optical fiber to transmit information in the form of light pulses. It is far more reliable and offers greater transmission capacity than conventional copper-wire networks.
Fiber Optics Training Outline
This lab is design for technical professionals who require an introduction to fiber optics technology. This course will help professionals who will be involved in installation, deployment, and maintenance of a Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP network. The course will give deep understanding of clean optical fiber in a Cisco network, safety requirements in a Cisco optical network, understanding DWDM concepts and test equipment, Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP shelves and components, understanding the Cisco ONS 15454 documentation, perform Cisco Transport Controller operations.
Some of the training outline are:
- Optical Fiber and Cleaning
- Optical Networking System Safety
- DWDM Fundamentals
- DWDM Test Equipment
- Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP Shelf Layout and Components
- Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP Product Fundamentals
- Cisco ONS 15454 Documentation
- Cisco Transport Controller Operations
Fiber Optics Installation and Provisioning
IrisLogic provides fiber optics networking and cabling services to businesses in the USA. We’re partnered with Cisco Systems provide installation for all types of fiber network and data cabling. Our team is comprised of experienced and certified engineers. Every aspect is tested, and we won’t leave the project until we are certain that your network is operating at the level your business needs it to.
In addition to installing new fiber optics network and cabling systems, we can also repair and provide maintenance for existing systems. We can work with what you’ve already got, improving or upgrading as required to ensure it meets your specifications.
Fiber optic network deployments for:
- Carriers & Service Providers
- Universities & Schools
- Hospitals and HMO
- Private Enterprise
- Fiber to the Home
Our field engineers are highly qualified to install, test, and provision new systems or expand your existing live network with minimal or no traffic disruption.
- Fiber Optic networks
- SONET/SDH OC-3 to OC-192 terminals; STM1 to STM64. (various manufacturers)
- SONET/SDH certified with Cisco 15454/15600 , Nortel Optera and Nortel S/DMS
- WDM, DWDM, CWDM, Couplers, EDFA, PON equipment (various manufactures)
- Equipment cable racks (Newton, ADC, Nortel, etc…)
- Trouble shooting new and existing live networks
- Cable ladder and auxillary support structures
- Traffic rolling in live networks
- Fiber cabling, copper cabling (coaxial, and twisted-pair)
- DSX1/3 cabling & installation
- -48 Vdc DC power supplies and batteries
- LAN/WAN networks
- Wireless networks
- Building inter / intra networks
- 24 x 7 telephone or on site technical support
Our network testing includes:
- Fiber Characterization tests
- Fiber span loss
- Fiber connector loss
- Chromatic and polarization mode dispersion
- Back Reflection (ORL)
- Nonlinear effects
- Fiber Optical Spectrum (OSA) Analysis
- Circuit testing for 1 Mbps to 10 Gbps (T1, DS3, SONET, GigE, 10GigE) systems includes:
- BER (click here for BER calculator)
- Latency SLA
- Equipment voltage and AC/DC power