Huawei is promoting the ICT industry by achieving optimum efficiency, energy savings, and green communication through its cutting-edge carrier-class power technologies.
The Huawei PowerCube is a micro-grid energy system that integrates systems for energy generation, control, storage, and monitoring. Utilizing wind power, solar energy, fuel, grid supplies, and storage batteries to supply constant power for sites, it solves the problem of supplying power to areas with unstable grid supplies.
D.G. & Battery Hybrid System
Communications sites are mainly powered by diesel generators in areas with unstable mains supplies. The Huawei D.G. & Battery Hybrid System significantly improves diesel generator (D.G.) efficiency to fully meet current industry requirements.
Alternative Power System
The Huawei Alternative Power System slashes operating expense (OPEX) by maximizing the efficiency of renewable resources and lowering fuel consumption.
Selecting sites is increasingly difficult for operators in the modern era of rapid network development. To ease this pressure and to meet operator requirements for easy expansion and low-carbon operation, Huawei has developed the Mini-shelter, the first all-in-one outdoor site in the world.
Promoting rural communications services is a prerequisite to bridging the digital gap between urban and rural areas and rural development. Huawei has developed the EasySite to help operators select sites, prevent thefts, reduce site construction costs, lower O&M costs, and accelerate delivery.
Antenna and RF
In the coming era of mobile broadband (MBB) and Long Term Evolution (LTE), Huawei has developed industry-leading antenna and radio frequency (RF) series products to meet operator requirements for high-performance communications networks.
Huawei has launched optical distribution network (ODN) series products to welcome the era of FTTx. With a complete series of ODN devices between OLTs and ONTs, operators can choose the highly effective and reliable ODN products that are easy to deploy and maintain, which include optical fibers, optical cables, tubing, ODFs, optical splice boxes, connecting boxes, optical splitter units, fiber division boxes, optical sockets, terminal boxes, weak-current boxes, and network boxes.