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Secure, Stable, Green

In the Gigaband era — characterized by Ultra-High Definition (UHD) video streaming, Internet of Things (IoT)-equipped homes, more and more mobile Internet users, and diverse cloud services — existing network solutions struggle to deliver the quality and consistency end-users require. Increased customer complaints and overall dissatisfaction are the inevitable end result.

However, Huawei’s All-Optical Access for ISP provides highly reliable Gigaband networks — with a high Quality of Service (QoS), integrated services, and fit-for-purpose Operations and Maintenance (O&M) tools — building secure, stable, greener network architecture for last mile access.

The suite focuses on ultra-broadband and multi-Internet Service Provider (ISP) access, building a unified platform for service convergence and forwarding.

The widely-covered Optical Network Unit (ONU) series is capable of meeting the demands of narrowband or broadband, families or enterprises, and indoor or outdoor settings. The smart Optical Network Terminal (ONT) series, focusing on home interconnections, entertainment, and intelligent control, helps construct future-oriented home centers that are greener and more cost-effective, with less active devices. The All-Optical Access for ISP also reduces the equipment room footprint, helping to lower O&M costs.

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  • Ultra-Broadband

    7 Tbit/s backplane bandwidth to support line-rate forwarding performance for a large number of services.

  • Energy Saving

    Two-layer flat network with passive devices to simplify cabling and reduce equipment footprint, also conserving energy.

  • Multi-Service Support

    Support for narrowband, broadband, digital, and virtual modes.

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