Huawei promotes “ABC” and launches its high-end broadband solution outside of China
- Huawei presented the Premium Broadband solution and its “ABC” scenario-based capabilities to clients outside of China for the first time
- Richard Jin, Huawei’s Vice President and President of the Optical Business Product Line, revealed Huawei’s eight key technological breakthroughs in optical access
The evolution in network connectivity is going to revolutionize how people connect, interact, and exchange information. The term may sound familiar to some, given that network connectivity aims to improve people’s lives. However, the use of technology and innovation has the potential to fundamentally alter how people share information, impacting every industry and sector, namely Huawei, which has consistently promoted its broadband solutions for the advancement of human society.
Huawei accelerating broadband outside of China
Since the infrastructure for broadband has grown so quickly, it is becoming essential in today’s society. Among them, the foundational broadband infrastructure, which includes full-fiber and 5G networks, will be essential for advancing the digital economy.
In fact, Huawei has done this before. They have been an active player in this market for some time, particularly when they unveiled the 5.5G version of 5G technology in July of this year.
However, they now want to market their broadband solutions outside of China and provide more support for them. The company recently held the 8th Ultra-Broadband Forum (UBBF) 2022, themed “Stride to Ultra-Broadband 5.5G,” in Bangkok. For the first time, Huawei showcased its “ABC” scenario-based capabilities to customers outside of China, including Accurate User Insight (A), Best Wi-Fi Speed Experience (B), and Constant QoE Assurance (C).
- Accurate User Insight (A): The Premium Broadband solution provides more than 100 crucial pieces of information in four categories, including application, experience, bottleneck, and networking.
- Best Wi-Fi Speed Experience (B): The Premium Broadband system can launch numerous multi-segment speed tests simultaneously without the subscriber’s awareness. Once carriers are aware of the Wi-Fi rate achieved by each terminal in each residence as well as whether the terminals’ poor QoE bottleneck is indoor or outdoor, they may correctly identify the underlying cause of the issue.
- Constant QoE Assurance (C): The Premium Broadband solution can help carriers move forward significantly, from network awareness to the assurance of subscriber service experience.
China has almost 50 sites where the Premium Broadband solution has been commercially installed.
Reliable and convenient private line services
Global carriers have long been quite concerned with commercializing OTN private lines, even if private line service growth differs from place to region. To solve this problem, Huawei gives the iMaster NCE cutting-edge features to enhance optical networks’ intelligence and offer crucial monetization enablement for private line services.
Huawei iMaster NCE offers full-service-lifecycle support for carriers’ private line monetization as the technical backbone of the OTN network management and control system. It helps carriers increase productivity and income by supporting sales through ACTN NBIs in addition to basic service provisioning and alarm monitoring functionalities.
Unleashing fiber’s potential
Future-focused strategic infrastructure now includes fiber networks. Technology advancements in manufacturing and fiber sensing will further unlock the potential of fiber and open up new industries as the transition from F5G to F5.5G takes place. To hasten the development of the industry, Huawei has developed eight technological breakthroughs for F5.5G.
- 50G PON compatibility: ITU-T has unveiled the next-generation PON technology known as 50G PON. Huawei enhances the transmit power and receiver sensitivity of 50G PON optical modules to reach 40 km coverage through component structure and process innovation.
- Super C+L spectrum: Huawei has created a brand-new spectrum amplification method and increased transmission bandwidth based on trials and inventions.
- Optical cross-connect (OXC): The 3D dot matrix technique is used by Huawei OXC to reduce external fiber connections of reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexers (ROADMs), enhance the cabling density of the all-optical backplane by 35%, reduce system size by 90%, and cut power consumption by more than 60%.
- OptiX Alps-WDM: Huawei introduces the ground-breaking Metro WDM pooling solution OptiX Alps-WDM to address the issues of unequal service distribution, under-utilized resources, and challenging planning on metro networks.
- Flexible optical service unit (OSU) service granularities: Hard pipe connections with speeds ranging from 2 Mbps to 100 Gbps are used by Huawei’s cutting-edge hard pipe core technology OSU.
- FTTR C-WAN architecture: The FTTR for Home solution from Huawei leverages the C-WAN centralized management and control architecture to coordinate all ONTs throughout the whole FTTR network, minimizing interference and enhancing bandwidth performance.
- Fiber iris technology: Huawei has introduced the ground-breaking fiber iris technology to mark a significant number of fiber ports. This enables accurate real-time recording and allocation of port resources, facilitating quick service provisioning.
- Autonomous networks: Huawei has achieved several technological advancements in autonomous driving networks. For instance, StellarGo replaces manual and single-factor route sections on transportation networks with multi-factor and multi-policy intelligent route selection, and provides tailored suggestions based on various client preferences.
As ubiquitous 10G connections are anticipated by 2025, according to Richard Jin, Vice President of Huawei and President of the Optical Business Product Line, Huawei will continue to make technological advances and product innovations based on the earlier innovations and will increase the commercial value for operators by enhancing user experience and network operation efficiency as they move towards F5.5G.
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