Photos: Verizon's Fios TV

Photos: Verizon's Fios TV

Summary: The company is developing interactive features for its IP TV service, which uses a fiber optic network to deliver programming to customers.

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  • Photos: Verizon OLT

    The optical line terminal, or OLT, sits in a regional office in Verizon's network. It uses a technology call passive optical networking or PON to split the optical signal so bandwidth can be shared among users. Each card in the chassis services 32 households.

  • Photos: Fios network

    Alexander Laparidis, a director at Verizon Labs, explains the network architecture behind the Fios TV service.

Topics: Fiber, Networking, Verizon

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