The rapid growth of bandwidth requirements and the changing role of enterprises are causing disruptive change in the enterprises local area networking. The most suitable solution to satisfy the high bandwidth demand and to reduce the total cost of ownership with a long reach is through gigabit passive optical (GPON) technology [1-2]. ITU-T G.984.x recommendations provide GPON system model and does not require any electrical power at the intermediate nodes between the aggregation and user nodes [3]. In the last one decade, many research works had been carried out on network architecture, transmission mechanisms, power budget, bandwidth allocation and scalability of GPON technology [4-6]. Bandwidth allocation schemes, quality of triple play service in IP network and passive optical local area network are discussed in [7-8].  Ricciardi, S. et al. have shown an analysis and comparison between Ethernet point to point and GPON connectivity [9]. Nusantara, H. et al. have analyzed the design of fiber access network systems using GEPON technology for high rise building considering both for power and rise time budget standard as well as cost for the deployment of a passive optical fiber at the home network is calculated in terms of net present value, internal rate of return and payback period [10-11]. There is a scope to analyzes in detail regarding the convergence of E1 traffic with existing triple play considering some important parameters like power budget, sensitivity threshold, output signal spectrum and transmission wavelength. In this research, a quad play GPON architecture will be designed and developed to exploit the full potential of GPON and to extend its last mile quality of service.