Huawei has launched three solutions — Huawei FTTR OptiXstar F30, industry’s first 50G PON, and Huawei OptiX Alps-WDM – at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2023) in Barcelona.
Huawei aims to help operators for building all-optical networks to support high-quality development of all services. These solutions also support evolution to F5.5G networks and 10Gbps.
Huawei FTTR OptiXstar F30 is the industry’s first all-optical FTTR networking product that runs on the C-WAN architecture to achieve major improvements. Huawei FTTR OptiXstar F30 ensures 2000 Mbps connection throughout the house, while multi-beam smart antennas improve coverage by around 30 percent.
Huawei 50G PON is the industry’s first commercial solution. Huawei 50G PON provides high-density symmetrical 50G PON to meet the increasing bandwidth requirements in future campus, industrial interconnection, enterprise, and home scenarios.
Huawei 50G PON uses an innovative tapered amplifier and a superlattice reflection structure to increase the optical power budget by around 25 percent and enable ODN deployment on the live network without re-cabling. Huawei 50G PON integrates GPON, 10G PON, and 50G PON into one port, allowing for service upgrade on demand and minimizing investment costs for operators.
Huawei OptiX Alps-WDM solution improves network connectivity performance and shortening service provisioning time from months to minutes. The metro-oriented innovative 100G coherent module helps move 100G OTN to CO, improving bandwidth by 10 times and reducing costs.
Richard Jin, President of Huawei’s Optical Business Product Line, said: “Looking towards 2025, diversified network requirements will require ubiquitous 10-gigabit connectivity. All industries need to work together to embrace F5.5G and stride to 10Gbps Everywhere.”