Association for Passive Optical LAN Expands Membership Base

Addition of three new members demonstrates growing interest in the passive optical LAN technology and its adoption

NEW YORK – April 21, 2015 – The Association for Passive Optical LAN (APOLAN), a non-profit organization that is driving adoption and educating the market about the advantages of passive optical LAN, today announced the addition of three new members to its already deep pool of ecosystem players. Accu-Tech, Noovis and Temple will help the Association to carry out its mission of advocating for the education and global adoption of passive optical LANs across various industries.

The new members expand the existing knowledge base and bring decades of experience in enterprise networking infrastructure, integration and distribution.

“The addition of the new members and their expertise in infrastructure, integration and distribution will be critical in helping the Association enlighten the enterprise market about the benefits of passive optical LAN,” said Brian O’Connell, director of the APOLAN. “Through the combined force of established and new members, the Association will accelerate the use of fiber infrastructure to reduce space, energy and total costs for LANs, and help companies deploy high-performance networks for the modern era.”

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About Accu-Tech Corporation

Accu-Tech is a leading nation-wide distributor of data, voice, A/V and security products. Accu-Tech provides personalized and flexible solutions to meet your facility’s unique needs. Over the past thirty years, we have prided ourselves on partnering with best-in-class manufacturers to provide integrated, reliable, and scalable solutions of every size.

About Noovis

Noovis, provides PON, fiber, wireless and network integration experience, to government and commercial customers.  Noovis and its people provide unique fiber optic network design, engineering and program management expertise.

About Temple

Established in 1977, Temple is an Irish owned and managed distribution company. They provide connectivity expertise and solutions to the Irish, European and Global markets including pre and post sale technical advice and support.

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


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