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ALSO CALLED: LOM, LAN on a MotherBoard
DEFINITION: A desktop, workstation, or server that has networking silicon right on the motherboard eliminating the need for an add-in NIC.
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How Passive Optical LAN Outshines Copper-Based LAN
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VIDEO: Passive optical LAN (POL) uses optical fiber instead of copper cabling, and its GPON supplies high-speed internet services to more than 100 million users and businesses around the world. Watch this video to learn more about the areas POLs can improve upon, including bandwidth, cost, security, and more.
Posted: 14 Nov 2016 | Premiered: 14 Nov 2016

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