Huawei has unveiled its all-optical network architecture for UHD video services.
According to the company, the architecture will support the development of a simplified network with gigabit access, E2E optical hard pipe, and intelligent O&M. Huawei said it “aims to enable a premium UHD video service experience and promote prosperity in the UHD video industry.”
Huawei has developed the Optical Networking 2.0 (ON2.0) strategy to build all-optical networks that support UHD video services.
It aims to achieve gigabit access networks using 10G PON and home Wi-Fi services; build dynamic hard pipes for E2E bearer quality for different video services; and introduce a full-lifecycle automatic management platform for O&M for video services.
Kevin Huang, chief marketing officer of Huawei Transmission and Access Product Line, said: “The entire industry chain needs to work together to accelerate technological innovation and promote the prosperity of the UHD industry.”
“The prosperity of the UHD video industry depends on cooperation across the entire industry chain. Huawei will stick to win-win cooperation with all partners to open up a blue ocean market worth a trillion dollars in the UHD video industry.”