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Huawei Launches a Series of F5G-A Products and Solutions to Enable Industrial Intelligence in Asia Pacific


[Bangkok, Thailand, April 30, 2024] Today, Huawei's first Global Optical Summit (GOS) was held in Bangkok, with the theme "F5G-A, the Foundation for Industrial Intelligence". More than 300 customers and partners from countries including Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, and Malaysia attended the event. At the summit, Huawei launched a series of F5G-A(F5G Advanced) products and solutions for Asia Pacific region, and initiated OptiX Club member recruitment event worldwide, enabling industrial intelligence in Asia Pacific.

Bob Chen, President of Huawei Optical Business Product Line, delivering a speech

Bob Chen, President of Huawei Optical Business Product Line, delivering a speech

In the opening speech, Bob Chen said, "Optical connectivity and sensing have been the cornerstones of intelligent industry transformation. Industrial intelligence brings three trends to the optical industry: Fiber-in Copper-out, fgOTN-in SDH-out, and Optical-Sensing-in Hard-Work-out. Huawei has been deeply engaged in the industry and continuously explores innovative optical technologies to enable industrial intelligence."

Gavin Gu, President of Huawei's Enterprise Optical Network Domain, delivering a keynote speech

Gavin Gu, President of Huawei's Enterprise Optical Network Domain, delivering a keynote speech

At the summit, Gavin Gu said in the speech titled "F5G-A, the Foundation for Industrial Intelligence", "Industrial intelligence brings three new trends to the optical industry. F5G-A shows us a clear technology evolution roadmap for these trends. I believe that with the joint efforts of customers, partners, and Huawei, we will achieve win-win cooperation in Industrial intelligence."

Homes and campuses are embracing "Fiber-in Copper-out", with copper cables needing to be replaced by optical fibers. Home broadband technologies are developing from fiber to the home (FTTH) to fiber to the room (FTTR), providing ultimate experience for home digital life. Against this backdrop, Huawei launched the ISP's all-optical target network for the FTTR era. On the access side, full-scenario home broadband solutions, such as FTTR and Trouble-Free ONT, are used to help ISPs improve user experience and reduce OPEX. On the metro and backbone networks, Huawei's industry-leading 400G OTN products and innovative OptiX Alps-WDM Solution enable ISPs to easily cope with traffic growth on the networks.

For "Fiber-in Copper-out" on campus networks, Huawei launched the next-generation FTTO 2.0 Solution, in which Huawei uses XGS-PON Pro and Wi-Fi 7 technologies to upgrade bandwidth, networking, and O&M, achieving 12.5/25G to rooms and 10G to APs so as to build a green 10 Gbps all-optical campus. In addition, Huawei launched the industry's first 50G POL solution for commercial use, satisfying the requirements of high-performance campus scenarios.

For "fgOTN-in SDH-out" in the electric power and transportation industries, Huawei launched the industry's first all-optical communication network solution that supports fgOTN standards, building a solid and reliable communication network for the industry.

Huawei launches a series of F5G-A products

Huawei launches a series of F5G-A products

In the third trend "Optical-sensing-in Hard-work-out", intelligent remote operation is leveraged to drastically reduce the amount of manual onsite workload, enabling employees to move from outdoor sites to offices in scenarios including smart transportation and perimeter inspection. Huawei integrates sensing capabilities of vision, radar, and optical fibers with the advanced intelligent model to build an industry-leading multi-dimensional sensing solution, facilitating production and operations.

Representatives of industry customers, such as DishHome in Nepal, MEA in Thailand, PEA in Thailand, and Converge in Philippines, attended the summit and shared their experiences on all-optical network cooperation with Huawei.

At the summit, Huawei released Installation Process and Construction Guidance for Passive Optical LAN and fgOTN Technical White Paper to further empower customers and partners, promote industry standardization of all-optical networks, and accelerate application implementation. Finally, Gavin Chen, Vice President of the Optical Domain of Huawei's Enterprise Network Marketing and Solution Sales Department, Optical Domain, announced the initiation of the OptiX Club member recruitment event worldwide. By building industry technical communities, Huawei aims to promote regional industry data intelligence.

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