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With technologies such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) deployed on campuses worldwide, intelligent education is set to thrive. Universities and other higher education institutions know that they must grasp the opportunity at hand, but providing a smart campus network that can support such cutting-edge Information and Communications Technology (ICT) — all the while being simple, flexible, and easy-to-manage — is no easy task.
Huawei's Smart Campus Network Solution provides a series of access switches and all-scenario AirEngine Wi-Fi 6, and iMaster Network Cloud Engine (NCE) products to implement refined permissions control based on user identities and wireless coverage, all under a Software-defined Networking (SDN) model using Virtual Extensible Local Area Network (VXLAN) technology. Multiple service bearer networks, such as teaching, research, and IoT networks, are integrated to build a unified network across university campuses. The solution constructs passive optical fiber infrastructure to provide high bandwidth GE to student accommodation and 10 GE to classrooms, serving all scenarios and teaching applications on campus.
A Huawei Smart Campus Network realizes in-depth convergence of wired and wireless networks as well as IP + optical networks, provides AI-based proactive network Operations and Maintenance (O&M), and offers a simple, flexible, and easy-to-manage high-performance network for universities.
Agile, distributed AirEngine Access Points (APs) provide high-quality coverage for densely-populated rooms such as lecture halls and cafeterias. Three-radio APs support 50% more users for classroom applications, with smart roaming supporting uninterrupted remote and mobile teaching applications.
SDN and VXLAN technologies converge teaching, research, and IoT networks. With wired and wireless convergence simplifying network configuration, sophisticated permissions management allows for a reasonable allocation of network resources.
With FE provided to users, GE to accommodation blocks through both wired and wireless access, and 10 GE to classrooms, a Passive Optical Network (PON) is deployed on every floor of buildings, with no splicing. The solution provides a central management platform with fiber fault diagnosis and experience monitoring tools.
The solution proactively identifies 85% of network issues, finding faults in minutes before identifying them and suggesting rectification measures. Efficiency only improves over time with fault prediction that's refined based on history.