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Huawei's FTTO solution is green and efficient in construction, operations, and maintenance, making it the ideal choice for smart campuses. According to Kittikun Potivanaku, the solution delivers a premium network experience to Forestias residents and enables innovative business models.

DTGO is a business-social organization with a diversified portfolio of projects. It was the first company in Thailand and one of four real estate enterprises globally to get certified under the World's Most Ethical Companies program.

Forestias Community: Greener Life with Technology

DTGO focuses its real estate projects on sustainability and residents' well-being. Forestias is a community project that envisions a modern neighborhood built inside a forest, aiming to reconnect people with nature. Located in Bangkok's Bangna neighborhood, Forestias is the crown jewel of DTGO, backed by USD 4 billion in funding. The area is rich in natural resources and covers 65 hectares, consisting of multiple residential, park, community, and commercial areas.

Communities are becoming smarter with new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), big data, and virtual reality (VR). These intelligent living spaces are changing the way we live and work. They aim to create a space for people to enjoy a high quality of life. As part of this effort, Forestias is making life greener by using the latest ICTs to interconnect everything in the community and optimize daily life.

FTTO Lights up a Forestias

As many countries set targets for net zero carbon, enterprises are replacing copper with fiber and adopting all-optical campus networks for next-generation smart campuses. For Forestias, DTGO partnered with Huawei, deploying Huawei's FTTO solution to build a green and fully-connected ICT infrastructure network.

At HC2022 Bangkok, Kittikun Potivanakul, CTO of DTGO, delivered a keynote highlighting the project's benefits, particularly in terms of environmental protection for the entirety of the Forestias project.

  • Green design: The FTTO solution uses optical cables instead of traditional copper cables for network transmission, reducing the carbon footprint by 33% per kilometer of cables. Instead of active aggregation switches, the solution uses passive splitters that do not need a power supply. This compresses the solution into two layers, reduces the number of extra-low voltage rooms by 80%, and lowers power consumption in Forestias by 60%. In short, innovative technologies make Forestias a green and sustainable community.
  • Simplified O&M: With its point-to-multipoint architecture, the Huawei FTTO solution extends fibers to terminals. One optical network carries multiple services such as Wi-Fi 6, public address (PA), and video backhaul. The passive optical distribution network is maintenance-free. Optical network units (ONUs) are plug-and-play, making maintenance simple and efficient. The entire network is centrally managed, so faults can be found 90% faster.
  • Smooth evolution: Fibers have four times the life span of copper cables. They also have an unlimited transmission bandwidth and support smooth evolution from 10G PON to 50G PON without changing cables or replacing platform devices. This paves the way for the Forestias community to enjoy higher bandwidth in the future.

Huawei's FTTO solution is green and efficient in construction, operations, and maintenance, making it the ideal choice for smart campuses. According to Kittikun Potivanaku, the solution delivers a premium network experience to Forestias residents and enables innovative business models. DTGO will continue to work with partners like Huawei to build smarter campuses using the latest ICT technologies.

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