If you want to ensure ongoing resident satisfaction and simplified network management, you cannot underestimate the value of fiber-optic network design. Legacy coax cables and phone wires represent an inefficient, unstable, and frequently frustrating way of connecting to the internet. A fiber-to-the-unit (FTTU) infrastructure, on the other hand, is the most efficient way to prepare your infrastructure for the future.
QXC is the first, and currently only, provider to deploy active optical networks (AONs) for residential applications. AONs represent the latest in military-grade fiber-optic network design by directly running a fiber strand from the condo unit to the QXC main demarc.
Because an AON requires no equipment or splitters that could interfere with the connection, each unit experiences maximum signal strength, internet speeds, and full bandwidth. Legacy systems require up to four devices per unit for internet and WiFi. But residents only need one piece of equipment in their condo with an AON.
With an AON infrastructure, we also provide high-availability (HA) backup circuits in order to minimize network downtime. This proprietary service ensures that residents maintain internet service even in the event of a connection problem with the primary network.