Communicate Issue 70
With modern telco, QoS policy management is no longer a mere network function but a key component of business support and operation that drives differentiation and revenue management.
Transformation is the new norm in telco, but this baseline will not be as easy as what came before. IMS can help with simplified network structure, reduced TCO and multimedia service convergence.
China Telecom Fujian is leveraging IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) architecture for telco resource exposure, bringing an innovative future within reach.
Featuring innovative architecture, sound performance, convenient deployment, and turnkey delivery, OceanStor HVS ensures storage scalability at reduced management cost.
Zhang Pingan, President of Huawei Carrier Software & Core Network: As enablers of the digital economy, telcos are becoming value-chain integrators, but challenges remain.
Public cloud is still nascent, with the most noteworthy developments in the pipeline. Huawei is working towards a cohesive and integrated portfolio of solutions across the entire cloud ecosystem.
Huawei's Tecal E9000 is an advanced blade server that integrates computing, storage, switching, and management, forming a powerful converged infrastructure platform for high-end applications.
If consumers need a terabyte of storage just to handle their smartphone photos, just imagine what operators need. This is where Huawei comes in with UDS.
Multi-stream aggregation (MSA) leverages centralized integration of multiple RATs, carriers and intra-carrier ports to improve cell-edge throughput by up to 500%.
Mobile apps and MBB subscribers are ballooning, but a No-Edge Network can ensure LTE service consistency and an optimal user experience.
Given its worldwide commercial utilization and relatively ample spectrum resources, the 1800MHz frequency band is considered the prime option for LTE international roaming.
Swisscom is employing a mix of technologies, especially fiber to the home (FTTH), fiber to the street (FTTS), Vectoring, and other future-oriented measures, to meet customers’ evolving demands.
Recent Internet and network traffic booms suggest that 400G will soon prove inadequate, making terabit-range transmission imperative; this represents a huge challenge for optical transport.
China Unicom Yunnan has launched a convergent copper/optical O&M platform that helped innovate the operator’s O&M processes and significantly enhance O&M efficiency for both copper and fiber.