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Huawei's Intelligent OptiX Network strategy aims to build intelligent, simplified, ultra-broadband, and ubiquitous next generation all-optical networks, bringing an enhanced service experience to every person, home, and organization. The strategy is realized through three vital product series — OptiXtrans, OptiXaccess, and OptiXstar — designed for transmission, Data Center (DC), and campus scenarios, respectively.
Optical fiber connections will extend from homes to rooms, from factories to machines, and from offices to desktops, providing ubiquitous optical connectivity for Internet Service Providers (ISPs), governments and safe cities, as well as the energy, transportation, finance, education, health care, and manufacturing sectors.
Featuring passive, robust, and simplified architecture, this solution is capable of transmitting services over long distances for industrial campuses using customized bearing technologies, making it purpose-built for the mining, transportation, electric power, manufacturing, and oil and gas industries.
Integrating optical access technology — such as PON — with Ethernet, Huawei Campus OptiX provides customized transport solutions for campus scenarios across industries, building high-bandwidth, easy-to-evolve, and energy efficient networks featuring intelligent O&M, effectively accelerating digital transformation.
The biggest challenge facing the electric power industry is to provide reliable, economical, efficient, and eco-friendly power grids. Huawei's IT infrastructure provides efficient, secure management of electrical utilities, from generation to distribution.
Remote learning, digital libraries, cloud classrooms, and other new services are putting added pressure on education networks, which are already suffering from a lack of bandwidth, limited coverage, and increasing O&M requirements. Huawei's all-optical education network solution helps implement a highly reliable, large-bandwidth, and wide-coverage network that carries and converges multiple services.
As digital transformation sweeps across the industrial field, legacy network infrastructure increases complexity and represents a high security risk, leaving it unable to cope with new and increasing service needs.
5G, AI, and the cloud are driving unprecedented digital growth, leading the Internet industry to develop all-optical connectivity, adopt multi-cloud architecture in data centers, and turn to diversified and intelligent Internet services.
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Huawei OptiXtrans DC908 — as a part of Huawei's Next-Generation High-Performance Inter-Data Center Storage Network Solution — has won Runners-up in the Best of Show Award in the Cloud Computing (Infrastructure) field at Interop Tokyo 2020.
Richard Jin, President of Huawei's Transmission and Access Product Line, delivered a keynote speech themed "Intelligent Connectivity: the Digital Artery of Industry Intelligent Twins" at the Huawei Industrial Digital Transformation Conference.
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