Broadband Forum (BBWF), a global exhibition focusing on network infrastructure, known as the “Oscars” in the field of broadband, will be held in Berlin, Germany from October 23rd to 25th.
ZTE has positioned itself as a 5G basic network expert in the broadband world, committed to ubiquitous network connections, and has been actively promoting the maturity and development of the broadband industry chain. Its products cover two aspects of communication bearer and access. This exhibition will showcase innovative solutions for wired and mobile networks, including:
Commercially available 5G end-to-end solutions
ZTE will fully demonstrate 5G end-to-end solutions, including wireless access to 5G RAN, 5G converged core network Common Core, 5G bearer Flexhaul, management orchestration and terminal products.
ZTE recently completed the NSA and SA networking tests in the 3.5GHz frequency band in the third phase of the 5G technology R&D test organized by the IMT-2020 (5G) Promotion Group, which fully verified the business capability and maturity of its 5G end-to-end system. Spend.
ZTE has provided 5G end-to-end solutions for China Telecom’s 5G trial network in Xiong’an New Area and Suzhou. The 5G networks in these two areas have achieved continuous coverage. Based on this 5G trial network, the two parties have conducted a number of business demonstrations, including Unmanned driving, panoramic live broadcast, etc.
ZTE’s 5G product software and hardware already have system-level commercial capabilities, and will cooperate with some customers for small-scale commercial use in 2019 and large-scale commercial use in 2020. At present, it is increasing its investment in terminals, and plans to release commercial mobile terminals in the second half of 2019.
Reconstruction of access equipment room in the 5G era
In the 5G era, everything is interconnected, and the network will provide users with services based on services rather than access methods. The integration of services will inevitably promote the integration of fixed and mobile networks. The access computer room in the 5G era must be an intelligent fixed-mobile convergence computer room. . The AO reconstruction solution exhibited by ZTE is centered on TITAN, the flagship optical access platform. TITAN, as a comprehensive service access point in AO, realizes the two functions of integrated PNF (Physical Network FuncTIon) and Light Cloud, and is committed to building 5G The intelligent fixed-mobile convergence computer room of the era meets the technical requirements of extreme speed, easy maintenance, flexibility, intelligence and reliability.
ZTE’s series of products based on the TITAN platform have achieved commercial deployment. The industry’s first to provide 16-port high-density 10G PON and Combo PON boards, and to promote the use of 25G WDM PON technology in 5G fronthaul scenarios, helping operators to reconstruct access equipment rooms. According to the report of IHS 2018Q1, a world-renowned consulting firm, ZTE ranks first in the world in terms of 10G PON market share and second in the world in terms of fixed-line broadband market share.
Intent-driven network intelligence solutions
This time, ZTE will also showcase the recently released ZTE uSmartNet network intelligence series solutions, including the ZTE uSmartNet overall solution and the intelligent sub-solutions in the three fields of wireless, wireline and service. This series of solutions is the evolution of ZTE’s cloud-based network ElasTIcNet solution. It introduces three AI capabilities of data perception, intelligent analysis, and intent insight through the cloud-based network to build an end-to-end intelligent network to help operators cope with cloud-based network reconstruction, Various challenges brought about by the development of 5G services.
The solution demonstrates ZTE’s vision and goals, helping operators build an intelligent network with zero deviation in intent insight, zero waiting for planning and deployment, guaranteeing autonomy and zero contact, and zero negative reviews for industry experience. ZTE believes that the introduction of AI capabilities needs to consider the differences in data volume, computing power, and real-time services at different levels of the network, so as to achieve layered introduction and on-demand deployment, and ultimately realize ubiquitous network intelligence.
Since network intelligence is not achieved overnight, a set of gradually evolving three-dimensional intelligent classification standards are proposed in the plan, and 5G value scenarios are given priority, and suggestions for medium and long-term deployment from point to line to plane are given, which is helpful for operators’ The network provides a feasible evolution path for intelligent upgrade.
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