This white paper delves into Fiber to the Desktop (FTTD), a cutting-edge solution offering enhanced data transmission rates and security. It outlines a "four levels of security" approach, transforming traditional network infrastructures with optical fiber for improved performance in demanding environments. Key learnings:
FTTD replaces copper cables with fiber optics, significantly reducing electronic data snooping and access points within offices.
It incorporates locking connectors at interconnection points to prevent physical data theft.
FTTD ensures secure network access points, locked in cabinets with tamper-proof cable management.
The highest security level in FTTD eliminates desktop computers, using high-performance KVM solutions for remote peripheral access.