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Huawei Multi-service bearer network solutions shorten the ROI to 3 years with the successful implementation of multi-service development transformation.

Huawei Multi-service bearer network solutions help operators to attract users and develop effective home broadband and enterprise solutions, shortening the ROI to 3 years, through the successful implementation of multi-service development transformation.

With the acceleration of the global digitalisation process, traditional telecom operators are faced with the transition from a single business development to a full-service operation.

Africa is at the beginning of the development of home broadband solutions and enterprise green businesses in emerging markets, therefore the development space and potential in this segment is great.

Southern Africa currently has 3.5 million families of broadband users and will reach 28 million users of broadband in the next five years, with a potential of more than 7 billion users in this market space.

OVUM's research report shows that the number of fixed enterprise subscribers in the African region is growing by 10% per year, and includes South Africa as a reference case.

The total number of enterprises currently are 4.5 million. The current network link capability is about 520,000. Enterprise chain rates are only 12%. Space for the 3.98 million, and according to the average ARPU value of 100 dollars per line, the annual revenue space will reach 4.8 billion.

Although the development potential is large, for operators in Africa, weak infrastructure afflict business transformation, high fibre deployment costs, business “on-line” for a extended period, lack of operational experience and many other issues, result in high initial investment costs and long investment recovery cycles.

Huawei's Multi-Service Bear Network solutions help operators invest accurately and meet the end-user fast business on-line demands of today. It also builds confidence with operators and achieve full business transformation of the business cycle.

Big data analysis, potential user identification, to achieve accurate investment

Through the establishment of home broadband and enterprise users.  Network resources with (or such as) big data analysis platforms helps operators to rely on the existing network infrastructure resources management such as sharing site and fibre while maximising the existing network value.

Potential user identification on the network after the initial coverage phase helps to reduce the business on-line time, relative to the traditional needs of network construction modes, saves on site acquisition and infrastructure construction, with business on-line time improvements by 60%.

Last mile, low cost agile network construction program

In the Southern Africa region small and medium enterprises accounted for close to 90% of business.

These enterprises distribute low bandwidth demands, frequent changes in demand, and the need for low-cost deployment of flexible network access program.

According to the characteristics of this feature, Huawei introduced a combination of fibre and P2MP microwave access technologies in order to achieve low-cost agile coverage.

Fibre optic connecting with the original base station, reduces the distance from the enterprise and residential area of 0.5 to 1 km.

The final portion of connectivity of to the access utilizes P2MP microwave technology for enterprise and home links. P2MP microwave compared to traditional P2P microwave coverage saves costs by 70%, with the return on investment that can be reduced to less than 2 years.

Agile operations, cloud based operation and management platform to reduce the service on line time

Huawei's SD-WAN and Cloud-campus solutions change traditional pipeline business models to network services operation mode. Through the cloud platform to we can achieve business online customisation, business orders and network operation and maintenance.

The system can enable automation from enterprise side CPE to achieve plug and play in the basic link conditions and the service on-line time could be shortened, while the operator that establish the cloud platform can achieve multi-tenant mode, resources, sharing at lower costs.

Huawei’s Multi-Service Bear Network solution helped China Mobile Wuxi subnet to achieve resource utilisation increase by 20%, reducing the service online time by 30%.

While in South Africa and Kenya, Huawei cooperated with a number of operators in innovation to help them achieve multi-service development transformation.