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Huawei launches FTTR solution in MWC 2022: Redefining Digital Home and SME Experience

[Barcelona, Spain, February 28, 2022] At the 2022 Mobile World Congress (MWC), Huawei launched innovative gigabit fiber-to-the room (FTTR) solutions. The solutions extend fibers to every room and aim to build an all-optical base for smart homes and digital enterprises, enabling gigabit Wi-Fi 6 coverage in each room and creating a brand-new digital life experience.

Jeffrey Zhou launches innovative FTTR solutions

Since the breakout of COVID-19, global digital transformation has accelerated. Home broadband services have shifted from HD video-based entertainment to multi-center services such as immersive XR experience, online office, and whole-house intelligence. Enterprise services have also migrated to the cloud. User experience is poor due to disadvantages of the traditional network solutions, such as low bandwidth, high roaming latency and unmanageable Wi-Fi network. At the same time, Wi-Fi Internet access and fiber networking gradually become the mainstream technologies.

In this context, Huawei launched the FTTR solutions. For home users, Huawei launched the FTTR for Home solution which consists of the Huawei main FTTR, edge FTTR, transparent fibers, and other optical network components. This solution has the following highlights:

  • Full coverage: Fibers are routed to each room, and the industry-leading Huawei Wi-Fi 6 technology is used to achieve a tested rate of 1200 Mbps in each room.
  • Full roaming: An innovative smart roaming technology is used to implement one network for an entire house. The roaming handover time is less than 20ms, ensuring seamless handover anytime anywhere.
  • Full management: Intelligent O&M is provided to support real-time monitoring of Wi-Fi network status, one-click detection and remote recovery.
  • Full green: Ultra-flexible transparent fibers are used as the networking media which are corrosion-resistant, cost-effective, and environment-friendly, and have a service life of up to 30 years. Huawei main and edge FTTRs also help save power consumption by 20%.

For small and medium-sized enterprises, Huawei launched the FTTR for SME solution which consists of Huawei FTTR enterprise optical gateways, photoelectric composite cables, and optical network components. This solution has the following highlights:

  • Ultra-high concurrency: Bring gigabit Wi-Fi to every room and ensure seamless handover when users move. NAT hardware forwarding supports 300 concurrent online users.
  • Easy deployment: The point-to-multipoint (P2MP) technology is used for flexible expansion, reducing fibers by 30%. The four-in-one main gateway is easy to install and integrates optical and electrical functions. Edge gateways do not need separate power supply and support plug-and-play.
  • Easy management: The network is visible and manageable, and supports one-click detection, segment-based speed test, and remote Wi-Fi optimization.

The Huawei FTTR solutions not only improve Internet access experience for home and SME users, but also build unique competitiveness for operators. FTTR can help build a single network for homes and enterprises and expand new broadband services for operators. Thanks to the FTTR all-optical Wi-Fi base, operators can obtain higher profits and further expand the blue ocean market of digital home and enterprises.

Huawei FTTR is an innovative technology in the communications field and is the first choice for ICT transformation of homes and enterprises. Currently, more than 20 global operators have chosen Huawei FTTR for trial and commercial use, and Huawei FTTR is favored by all users alike. Huawei is dedicated to building all-optical bases for smart homes and digital enterprises.

During the event:

MWC22 Barcelona runs from February 28 to March 3 in Barcelona, Spain. Huawei showcases its products and solutions at stand 1H50 in Fira Gran Via Hall 1. Together with global operators, industry professionals, and opinion leaders, we dive into topics such as industry trends, GUIDE to the Future, and green development to envision the future of digital networks. For more information, please visit: https://carrier.huawei.com/en/events/mwc2022


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