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Association for Passive Optical LAN adds new members

The Association's new members help accelerate the adoption of fiber based LAN infrastructure that saves space, energy and total cost

NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Association for Passive Optical LAN is pleased to welcome many new members, including CommScope, Graybar, Network Integrity Systems, Prysmian Group and VT Group.

The Association's mission is advocating for the education and global adoption of passive optical networks in the local area network (LAN) industry. Not only do the new members provide vast expertise, but their addition speaks to the global adoption of passive optical networking technology. The combination of APOLAN's established members and these new members will accelerate the use of fiber infrastructure to reduce space, energy and total costs for LANs.

"APOLAN has been steadily growing its membership with leading infrastructure, electronics, integration, distribution, and consulting service companies," said Blaine Overstreet, chairman of APOLAN. "These new APOLAN members will provide great assistance in advocating education and global adoption of passive optical networks."

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About The Association for Passive Optical LAN (APOLAN)

The Association for Passive Optical LAN is a non-profit organization that is driving adoption and educating the market on the technical and economic advantages of Passive Optical LAN technology. Through its ecosystems of manufacturers, distributors, integrators and consulting companies actively involved in the marketplace, APOLAN helps design engineers, architects, building owners, CIOs and IT departments succeed with passive optical LAN. For more information, visit

SOURCE Association for Passive Optical LAN (APOLAN)

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