OptiX Road to 2022 Issue 15: FTTM All-Optical Station
In the metro station scenario, Huawei's FTTM solution leverages passive aggregation and long transmission distance, providing high security and easy deployment for station networks. Passive optical splitters are used for network aggregation, reducing ELV wells and cabling footprint at stations, simplifying network deployment, and mitigating fire risks. Self-growth networking facilitates fast deployment of new IoT connections in smart stations. Huawei OptiXstar T823E-D is an industrial ONU that provides 10G bandwidth and can work within a wide temperature range of –40°C to +70°C. In addition, it supports Type B and Type C full-link protection, providing highly secure and reliable network bearing for various intra-station services.
Sinopec Geophysical Research Chooses Huawei OceanStor Mass Data Storage
Zhao Gaishan, Assistant Dean and Chief Engineer at the Sinopec Geophysical Research Institute, explains how mass data fuels energy exploration.
Shanghai Astronomical Observatory Turns to Huawei OceanStor Mass Data Storage
An Tao, Subject Team Leader for the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, a part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, explains how the collaboration with Huawei resulted in the construction of the first prototype for processing Square Kilometer Array (SKA) data.
Orbita Chooses Huawei OceanStor Mass Data Storage
Jiang Xiaohua, Director and Executive Deputy Manager of Zhuhai Orbita Aerospace Science and Technology, explains how Huawei OceanStor Mass Data Storage helps maximize the value of big data.
Guangdong Radio and Television Chooses Huawei OceanStor Mass Data Storage
Luo Ying Hui, Vice Director of the Television Transmission and Production Department at Guangdong Radio and Television, explains why the company chose Huawei OceanStor Mass Data Storage to support 4K programming.
Customer Stories: Huawei OceanStor Pacific Series Storage
Diverse customers have chosen the power of Huawei OceanStor Pacific to deliver very real-world results.
OptiX Road to 2022 Issue 06: FTTO All-Optical Campus Network
The PON-based FTTO all-optical campus solution uses a point-to-multipoint (P2MP) star network structure, which adapts to the north-south traffic model of cloud services and effectively meets the bandwidth increase requirements of cloud services. In addition, the TDM hard pipe isolation enables one physical network to carry multiple service networks, greatly improving the network bearing efficiency.
OptiX Road to 2022 Issue 07: FTTO Campus Network & General Education MAN
In the FTTO all-optical campus solution, passive optical splitters replace active devices, extending fibers to classrooms, dormitories, and offices. A range of optical network units (ONUs) are provided for different campus application scenarios, greatly reducing the number of extra-low voltage (ELV) rooms. In addition, with the OLT's 40 km long-distance transmission capability, one fiber connects the education bureau and primary and secondary schools, supporting the high-quality and balanced development of education resources in general education scenarios.
OptiX Road to 2022 Issue 08: FTTO All-Optical Hospital
In the FTTO all-optical campus solution, fibers are directly routed to multiple places, such as wards, offices, and CT rooms, with one ONU supporting the access of multiple services. The bidirectional 10G SFP ONU can quickly send back CT images, migrating data to the cloud within seconds and improving image reading efficiency by 30 times. The solution supports TDM hard pipes and integrates the extranet, intranet, and device network, ensuring network information security and greatly improving O&M efficiency in the hospital.
OptiX Road to 2022 Issue 09: FTTO All-Optical Hotel
In the FTTO all-optical campus solution, fibers are directly routed to guest rooms, corridors, and halls. One fiber carries three wavelengths separately for telephone, CATV, and Internet access (Wi-Fi and fixed network) services. By deploying just one fiber per room, cabling in guest rooms is effectively reduced. A single fiber can transmit signals for a maximum of 40 km, reaching geographically dispersed hotels, reducing the deployment of outdoor cabinets, and simplifying network deployment.
2022 Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice for Distributed File Systems and Object Storage
Scoring 4.9 out of 5 points on the annual Gartner Peer Insights platform, Huawei OceanStor distributed storage ranked first among all global vendors.
OceanStor Talks: OceanStor Pacific 9550
See how Huawei's signature OceanStor Pacific high-density, large-capacity distributed storage system optimizes Operations and Maintenance (O&M) efficiency and slashes associated costs, while maximizing Return on Investment (ROI) and ensuring business continuity.
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