Huawei and China Telecom announced the deployment of 100G
WDM system. The system establishes an ultra-broadband transport link between
metropolitan hubs Nanjing and Wuxi in the Jiangsu province of the Yangtze River
The successful deployment of this 100G system with our
strategic partner China Telecom has
launched China into the ultra-broadband era. 100G is key to satisfying the
growing demand for high-bandwidth services and enabling rapid telecommunications
development to continue in China and around the world. We look forward to
working with our global partners to continue providing high-quality,
cost-effective solutions for the ultra-broadband era,”said Christian Chua,
president of Transport, Huawei.
As the rapid increase in demand for large-bandwidth
services, such as storage, video, and inter-area private-line enterprise
services, puts global carrier networks under increasing strain, operators are
searching for ways to adapt their live IP core and 40G WDM backbone networks to
carry more services.
Huawei’s 100G solution satisfies the demand
for large bandwidth, while protecting live network investments and allowing
networks to be upgraded smoothly without affecting existing services.
In Jiangsu, Huawei’s end-to-end 100G solution enables
bandwidth pool solutions to be seamlessly integrated and hybrid 100G and 40G
services to be transmitted from Nanjing to Wuxi over hundreds of kilometers
without having to use an electrical regenerator.
Huawei’s 80-channel system with 40 Gb/s per channel
solution and Tbit-level OptiX OSN 8800 are adopted in this OTN network. The
successful transmission of 100G services indicates a 2.5-time increase in
capacity of the live network to 100 Gb/s per channel (80 channels), which lays
a solid foundation for the rapid development of backbone telecommunication
services in Jiangsu.
By Telecomlead.com Team