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Huawei Access Network

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Huawei Access Network
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CONTENTS
Industry Leader  1
CPN  4
Background  4
Solution Overview  5
Product Overview  6
Success Story  7

Smart Hotel 9
Background  9
Solution Overview  10
Product Overview  10
Success Story  11

Smart Grids 13


Background  13
Solution Overview  14
Product Overview  15
Success Story  16

B&T Network Optimization 18


Background  18
Solution Overview  19
Product Overview  20
Success Story  21

Video Surveillance 23


Background  23
Solution Overview  24
Product Overview  25
Success Story  26

uniSite Cabinet  27
Success Stories of Huawei Access Network  28
Access Network Full Portfolio Devices  29
Access Network Full Portfolio Auxiliaries  30
Industry Leader

As a global leader of optical access solutions, Huawei has the world's largest access product and
solution team, as well as over 13 years' project delivery experience. Huawei's access products
and solutions have served the major enterprises of various industries and telecom operators.
Having ranked No. 1 by global market share for 9 successive years, Huawei is a trustworthy
partner for your business.

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Industry Leader

R&D Investment and Technical Strength


Invests near 2000 persons in access network product R&D in 2013.
Focuses on fiber and copper access technologies; establishes R&D centers in cities including
Shenzhen, Nanjing, Xi'an, and Wuhan in China; establishes technical competence centers in
countries including the USA, Russia, and India.
Holds important positions in international standardization organizations such as ITU, IEEE,
IETF, SG15, COAST, COMSOC, and MT; received the "Excellence in Standards Development
Award" from IEEE in 2011.
Huawei's vectoring solution, boasting the world's largest capacity, won the InfoVision award

for Best Broadband Access Fixed at Broadband World Forum 2012 on Oct. 19, 2012.
Huawei is also the industry's first to introduce the 1G G.fast new copper line technology.
Released the industry's first 40G PON prototype and successfully run the test on GPON to
TWDM-PON evolution on the same platform in Q3, 2011.
Huawei has applied for 3565 patents in the access domain by December 31, 2013, 2179 of
which are approved. Huawei has applied for 850 patents to the World Intellectual Property
Organization (WIPO) that complies with the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT).

Standard Developer

Chair Huawei

Frank Effenberger

XG-PON1
GPON NG-PON2 G.Multi
Maintain

Fully engaged in developing PON standards

Technical Leader

2014 Q1 Deployed the first 40G TWDM-PON commercial network with Etisalat.

2013 Q3 Live demo of the second-generation 40G PON prototype.


The industry's first to run the 40G TWDM-PON live-network test with France
2012 Q3
Telecom, Duetsche Telecom, and Vodafone.
2011 Q3 Released the industry's first 40G PON prototype.

2010 Q3 Released the industry's first iODN solution.

2009 Q1 Released the industry's first 10G PON prototype.

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Industry Leader

PON Access Market Leader


According to the latest 2013 Q4 market share report released by Infonetics:
Huawei ranks No. 1 by PON port quantity with a 54% global market share.
Huawei successively ranks No.1 by broadband port quantity with a 45%
global market share.

Huawei's Market Share by PON Port Quantity Huawei's Market Share by Broadband Access Port Quantity

Huawei Huawei
1st 54% 1st 45%

2013 2013
Source: Infonetics Source: Infonetics

Wide Application in Various Industries


Backed by over 20 years' experience in telecom, Huawei provides leading optical access solutions that synergize fiber, copper,
and wireless access technologies, to best suit different scenarios and meet specialized requirements of customers. Huawei's
optical access solutions have been applied to industries or scenarios that include customer premises network (CPN), smart hotel,
smart grids, broadcast & television (B&T) network optimization, and video surveillance. Huawei has become the best choice of
governmental and industrial organizations for building their "last mile" networks.

CPN Surveillance

Power grid

Hotel Broadcast

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CPN Background

CPN
CPNs include scenarios such as office intranets, enterprise campus, public area coverage, as well as residential premises.
As CPNs are evolving from the traditional telephony networks toward Internets and the Internet of Things, service
requirements are also diversifying from the unitary telephony service into multimedia applications. The high-bandwidth,
wide-coverage, and multi-service all-optical access has become the mainstream choice for building CPNs. ..

All-Optical Becoming the Trend

Phones, smart terminals


Internet
Paperless office, BYOD
Phones Smart homes, real-time
Paperless office surveillance
Phones Internet Cloud computing, big data

Telephony network Internet Internet of Things

Twisted pairs Twisted pairs and LAN Optical network, wireless


64 kbit/s 10 Mbit/s 1000 Mbit/s

Higher bandwidth, smooth evolution: Bandwidth-intensive services require networks to support large-capacity access and
continuous smooth evolution.
All scenarios, more services: Scenarios encompass offices and surveillance, as well as voice services and the Internet of Things.
Services are diversifying.
Protecting investment, reusing resources: The new networks should fully reuse the existing lines and auxiliary resources on
the campus, thereby protecting the customers' investment.

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CPN Solution Overview

Huawei develops the industry-leading PON access solution for enterprises to build an all-optical network that features flexible
access, high quality of experience, and efficient OAM. The solution covers the following scenarios on the enterprise campus:
enterprise office and production, residential community, video surveillance, video conferencing, wireless coverage, bulletins, and
access control systems.

Campus
management platform

Core
Private cloud
Extranets
or other systems
Switch

OLT

Optical splitter

ONU ONU
ONU ONT
DIGITAL
AP

Information Mobile
VoIP Video conferencing PC Voice Cameras exchange terminals terminals Voice TV PC

Office network Public facility network Home network

Campus access network scenarios can be divided into office network, public facility network, and home network. Office networks
use FTTO-type ONUs to carry voice, broadband Internet access, video conferencing, and private line services. Public facility networks
use indoor and outdoor ONUs to provide access control, surveillance, and Wi-Fi services. Typical home networks are those that use
ONTs to carry triple play services.

Solution Highlights
No.1 Flexible network
Multiple services carried over one PON network, network decoupled from services; service quality ensured through traffic
classification and HQoS.
Flexible capacity expansion; heterogenous network that supports PON, 10G PON, and 40G PON on the same platform.

No.2 Ubiquitous access


Unified multi-service access, including broadband, wireless, and telephony services, broadcast television, video surveillance, and
distant meeting.
Unified multi-scenario access, meeting indoor and outdoor network requirements through a rich series of OLTs, ODN devices,
and ONUs.

No.3 Green and economical


P2MP passive networks drastically save optical fibers and support a 20 km distance.
New copper line technologies such as vectoring and G.fast deliver a bandwidth over 300 Mbit/s, and drive down cable
investment by reusing the copper line resources.

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CPN Product Overview

Smart AX MA5600T Fiber-copper integrated all-service access platform


All-Optical Unified Platform Unified access for voice, data, and video services
Service boards compatible across the software versions of
the three types of capacities

Large-capacity - MA5600T Medium-capacity - MA5603T Mini - MA5608T

Platform Highlights
Superb aggregation performance: 3.2T backplane, 1920G switching capacity, and a maximum of 512K MAC addresses
Unified platform: integrated fiber and copper access platform; service boards compatible across the platform
High-reliability links: type A/B/C/D link protection, ensuring reliable running of services
High-reliability devices: control boards in 1+1 backup, power boards in 1+1 backup, improving system reliability
Layer 3 routing: Layer 3 intercommunication, enabling ONUs connected to the same OLT to intercommunicate at Layer 3 and
saving public network IP addresses
High density: 16 PON ports per board, high density and low power consumption, in line with the "larger capacity and fewer

sites" trend

All-Scenario ONUs

Device Model MA5620 Series MA5669 MA567x Series HG Series ONT

Appearance

Various specifications Outdoor integrated design Positioned for small Positioned for home users
Highlight A rich range of interfaces Harsh-environment-proof enterprises or villa Rich combinations of
Indoor installation Easy to install subscribers interfaces

Supports auto-adaptation among 3


Supports 2 configuration Supports 2 configuration
modes, allowing for flexible configuration: 1*SFP optical module GPON/
Upstream Port options: options:
2xGPON; 2xGE (optical) GE
1xGPON 1xGPON
1xGE (optical)+1xGPON

Supports 2 configuration GE, FE, POTS


24FE+24POTS 4GE
options: Wi-Fi, USB
Service Port 24FE; 8FE; 4GE+4FE, etc. 4POTS
2xGE(POE not supported) Various combinations
POE and reverse POE supported Wi-Fi
2xGE(POE supported) supported

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CPN Success Story

Huawei Builds Daqing Oilfield


Benchmark Campus with GPON
Customer Profile actively adopting the optical access technology. As a major
organization in Daqing city, Daqing Telecom is in urgent need
Daqing Telecom provides communications services to of sharpening its competitive edge against other operators.
Daqing city and the Daqing oilfield. Daqing Telecom owns 4 The new access network provisions more services, and must
infrastructure networks: telephone switch network, broadband meet China's 3-network convergence requirements, must
metro network, wireless communications network, and fiber be a future-proof broadband network, and must be able
transport network. Daqing Telecom has built an advanced to reduce OPEX and increase access bandwidth in the long
intelligent network, and the company has also grown into an term, meeting service requirements in the next 5-10 years.
all-service provider. The new access network must be a secure, stable, and
reliable network that is aligned with the informatization of
To f u r t h e r s t r e n g t h e n o v e r a l l s e r v i c e a b i l i t i e s a n d
Daqing and the oilfield.
competitiveness, Daqing Telecom puts forth the "broadband
The network structure must be as simplified as possible,
acceleration through full GPON" strategy, and is advancing
and the network must be as easy to deploy and maintain as
towards a broadband, intelligent, and comprehensive large-
possible.
scale communications service enterprise.

Solution
Challenges to the Customer
Based on the requirements of the Daqing oilfield enterprise
The switch and DSLAM networks of Daqing Telecom have and residential community, Huawei provides two PON access
been running over a decade. Owing to the long service solutions for the customer: FTTB and FTTH.
time, safety risks exist and some components of the devices
are having supply difficulties. For reconstruction of old residential communities, the actual
The DSLAM system is falling short of the broadband service installation rate is high, and FTTB allows users to share the
development demands. same ONU, so the account-opening cost per line is lower than
Operators such as China Unicom and China Telecom are that of FTTH. In addition, abundant copper line resources

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CPN Success Story

MDU

MA5600T Internet
MA5626

FTTB
MDU
OLT NGN
Private
network
MA5620

MA5600T U2000
ONT

ONT FTTH
ONT
OLT Server

have been deployed in the buildings. Therefore, meeting OAM and driving down TCO.
bandwidth requirements, FTTB at the same time has more Devices, services, and lines are deployed using 1+1
advantages regarding costs and deployment. By comparing the redundancy, greatly improving network reliability.
combinations of technology+costs, the customer chooses FTTB. Many modules are pre-connected for deployment, thereby
reducing operation difficulty, especially when there is heavy
For new residential communities, the actual installation rate is workload for service provisioning.
low, and copper line resources are not deployed. Considering
FTTB/FTTH hybrid network allows for flexible bandwidth
the costs and the future technology trend, Huawei recommends configuration. Services are provisioned and deployed in a
FTTH to the customer. unified manner over the entire network.
Balance is well achieved between technology and business,
producing the most cost-effective solution for the customer.
Benefits for Customer
The converged communications network anticipates future
Devices on the live network are centrally managed through development requirements and is in line with China's
the powerful NMS platform, significantly simplifying system 3-network convergence strategy.

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Smart Hotel Background

Smart Hotel
Hotel services are evolving from the traditional room telephone service to multimedia application and
informatization, which is diversified, intelligent, and mobile-based. Such characteristics bring new challenges to the
communications network system of hotels. The "GPON & network convergence" philosophy is critical for hotels to
remove the traditional network restrictions and quickly deploy all services.

The hotel network is evolving from the Environment

traditional telephone and television services


Guest room control
to all services, including surveillance, Wi-
100M
Fi, guest room control, and environment Catering
perception. User terminals are escalating
from the traditional PCs to smart terminals. Surveillance

All such trends call for higher bandwidths.


HSIA
Smart terminals
Differentiated development of the 16M
TV
hotel brand: e-office, IP video surveillance,
Mobile phones
wireless menu ordering, and multi-system Telephone
8M
integration PC
Ubiquitous and anywhere wireless

4M
network: HSI in VIP rooms, personalized
1M
IT room service, IPTV and personalized
2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2014
channels, and seamless interconnection
between the lobby, cafeteria, and
meeting room
Rich VAS: revenue from digitalized
advertisements, support for network-
enabled marketing, and VoD charged
program ordering
Lower operating costs: one line for
each room, simplifying deployment
and OAM; IP phones, and intelligent
guest room control system

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Smart Hotel Solution Overview

Huawei has in-depth understanding of the construction requirements of hotel communications networks. Based on the
requirements for comprehensive converged services such as wireless, cable, video, voice, and guest room control services, Huawei
puts forth the all-optical smart hotel notion, and innovates the "one line and N services for one room" room service model, thereby
developing the state-of-the-art intelligent communications solution for hotels.

AP

Surveillance Guest room ONU Wi-Fi HDTV


system control system
PAD
Optical
splitter PC
HMS

Switch OLT
ONU Surveillance phone
Phone
ONT
Equipment room Telecom riser Corridor Hotel room

Solution Highlights
No.1 One fiber for each room
FTTH is deployed for hotel rooms. One fiber is routed to each room, avoiding the high costs that may have risen from multi-
system and multi-cable dropping in a traditional network.

No.2 All-scenario and all-service coverage


Provides the all-service portfolio that includes HSI, voice, television, Wi-Fi, and guest room control services, achieving seamless
coverage of rooms, lobbies, corridors, and cafeterias.

No.3 Quality guaranteed through reliability mechanisms


Service carrying quality is guaranteed through reliability mechanisms, such as service traffic classification, service classes
differentiated using HQoS, and network resources allocation.

All-Scenario ONUs

Device Model MA5620 Series MA567x Series HG Series ONT

Appearance

Various specifications
Positioned for small enterprises or hotel
Highlight A rich range of interfaces Rich combinations of interfaces
customers
Indoor installation

Supports auto-adaptation among 3 modes,


allowing for flexible configuration: Supports 2 configuration options: Supports 2 configuration options:
Upstream Port 2xEPON; 2xGPON; 2xGE (optical) 1xEPON 1xEPON
1xGE (optical)+1xEPON 1xGPON 1xGPON
1xGE (optical)+1xGPON

24FE+24POTS 4GE GE, FE, POTS


Service Port 24FE; 8FE; 4GE+4FE, etc. 4POTS Wi-Fi, USB
POE and reverse POE supported Wi-Fi Various combinations supported

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Smart Hotel Success Story

Huawei Builds GPON Network for


Tengchong Yunfeng Mountain Hotel
Customer Profile The Hotel locates in the Resort, covers 640,000 m2, situates in
the Forever Young valley in the Yunfeng Mountain, and is the
The Tengchong Yunfeng Mountain International Hot Spring largest all-villa hotel in Asia. Rooms are widely distributed in the
Resort is a key project in Tengchong, Yunnan. The project involves villas, and customers have various service requirements such as
a total investment of RMB1.65 billion, and covers national A-level telephone, HSI, and video conferencing services, which pose
scenic spots, hot spring bathing places, hotels, and the like. high requirements on the hotel network.

Customer Requirements

Fiber To The Villa Ubiquitous Network Intelligent Room Control

Fibers routed to villas, providing ultra-high bandwidth Ubiquitous wireless network, allowing customers to Control of hot spring, air-conditioners, curtains, and
and Internet surfing at high speeds. enjoy hotel service anywhere any time. light through smart terminals.

Challenges broadband, IPTV, office, video surveillance, and automatic


building control services. The traditional network involves
Large area, long distance, and difficulty in obtaining power complicated network construction, because multiple lines need
supply outdoors to be deployed to deliver different services.
The Hotel is built along the hillside. The hotel covers a wide area,
This results in a large number and various types of cables, and
its functional areas are widely distributed, and the hotel involves a
coexistence of multiple isolated networks, which makes OAM difficult.
large number of access points. All of these factors make network
deployment difficult. The long-haul network construction means
high costs for building a traditional switch network. Solution
The hotel covers a variety of scenarios, and needs to address GPON network solves the long-haul and high bandwidth
the requirements for ubiquitous access in the entire campus, problems
including outdoor locations (hot spring area, parking lot,
Huawei's all-optical solution adopts the GPON technology,
recreational area, etc.), where power supply is difficult to obtain.
which delivers a 2.5 Gbit/s downstream bandwidth. The GPON
technology employs bidirectional communications over a single
Multiple systems (communications network, surveillance,
fiber, covers a longest distance of 20 km, and saves 50% of
and telephony) deployed in the same network
feeder fibers. With the same device costs as the traditional
The hotel rooms are fitted with a complete set of facilities that network, the GPON network saves overall cable routing costs by
provide a rich range of intelligent services, including voice, 75%. As ODN is passive, outdoor power supply is not required.

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Smart Hotel Success Story

Also, the 1:128 large optical split ratio makes the GPON network All-optical hotel with "one line and one terminal for each room"
highly scalable, meeting the hotel's future requirements. One ONT (HG8247) is deployed in each hotel room and
The LAN and WLAN of a villa can be covered by the same provides voice, broadband, and video services, eliminating the
GPON network. The office area is covered by PON+LAN, and need for deploying multiple systems. CATV service is provisioned
public area is covered by PON+WLAN. In addition, GPON also by RF port, broadband access by FE port, and room telephone
carries hotel services such as video surveillance, bulletins, and service by POTS port. The services of each hotel room are
POS machine service. In this way, all services are carried by the carried over a single fiber in an all-IP manner, simplifying the
same GPON network. network structure and reducing the maintenance costs.

Equipment room
Core switch
Hotel servers
NMS

Surveillance
center OLT

Outdoor FDT
2:32 optical splitter

Villa area Kadoya, shopping place, clubs, etc.

ONT ONU

Telephone Guest room control TV Wi-Fi Surveillance Bulletins Analog telephone POS machine

Hotel room access Lobby and corridor access

Voices from Customers


At a keynote speech given at the project integration providers' meeting of the Tengchong Yunfeng Mountain Hotel, the following
high evaluation is given to Huawei: "The Yunfeng Mountain Hotel adopts Huawei's all-optical network solution, delivering 6 types
of services over one fiber to each room. Compared with the traditional multi-line-to-one-room model, Huawei's all-optical solution
saves the cable routing costs by over 75%." The hotel cites Huawei's solution as "integrated, complete, and perfect".

Integrated: "As the hotel chooses Huawei's E2E integrated solution, we no longer need to piece things up."
Complete: "The provider's staff have been keeping track of things from the initial phase through the delivery phase of the project.
Their service really impresses me."
Perfect: "So far all the systems are running stably and provide indispensable support for the hotel's business operating. I would call
the solution as perfect."

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Smart Grids Background

Smart Grids
A smart grid is built on integrated high-speed bidirectional communications networks. A series of technologies are
employed, such as the advanced sensor and measurement technologies, control methods, as well as decision-making
support systems, so as to build a reliable, secure, economical, efficient, environment-friendly, and safe grid. As a
critical part of a smart grid, automated power distribution is currently the key point of smart grid construction.

Grim Challenges Facing Power Distribution Communications

5% 15% Power distribution Power transmission and transformation


5%
Loss 70% 30%
Low voltage
Medium voltage Investment 60% 40%
75% High voltage
Power transmission Operating cost 83% 17%

0% 100%

Power outage types Proportions of related items of power distribution

High reliability: The SCADA system requires the network to be protected with comprehensive backup mechanisms and
excellent quick recovery resilience.
Tight security: Communications terminals, when deployed outdoors, must be able to resist viruses and malicious attacks.
Environmental adaptiveness: Outdoor operating environments are harsh, so the devices must support excellent anti-
interference and EMC performance, and must be able to run steadily in harsh environments.
Maintainability and manageability: The grid involves a large number of nodes that are widely distributed. The monitoring
system must be capable of remote monitoring, and quick problem locating and handling.

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Smart Grids Solution Overview

Based on three scenarios of smart grids: automated power distribution, power consumption information collection, and OPLC to
the home, Huawei provides the optimal PON-based product combinations and solutions.

Distribution automation system NMS Business system

MSTP/IP

Substation Substation

OLT OLT OLT OLT

ONU ONT
ONU ONU
RS485

FE

Switch Pole Ring Electricity Wi-Fi RF FE/GE


station mounted switch main unit meter

Power distribution automation Centralized electricity meter data collection Broadband access

In the PON-based power distribution system, OLTs are deployed at substations to aggregate data collected by the ONUs from
subordinate terminals, such as the switch stations and ring main units. Meanwhile, the ONUs can be deployed close to user
residences for collecting the power consumption information from electricity meters, in this way implementing centralized remote
meter data collection. In addition, fibers are routed to user households so that the fibers can carry broadband and television services.

Solution Highlights
No.1 Industrial-grade power grid ONU
Supports a wide range of temperatures: -40C to +85C; provides 6 kV lightning protection; entire closure made of aluminum,
well sealed to resist dust and erosion, and features high EMC.

No.2 All-round protection mechanisms, safe and reliable networks


Network topology inherently suitable for the power distribution network architecture; adopts hand-in-hand protection; the
industry's only ONU that has dual-upstream hot backup, eliminating the need for link switchover, ensuring zero service interruption.
OLT supports BFD in upstream direction and supports upstream link redundancy protection, guarding against single-point/multi-
point failure.

No.3 Comprehensive OAM design


Intelligently isolates rogue ONUs, supports the dying gasp, reports power outage alarms, and monitors ONU port status.

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Smart Grids Product Overview

Smart AX MA5621 The industry's first industrial-grade MDU for power grids
Power Grid Dedicated ONU Used for remote information collection and transmission of
power systems
Addresses requirements for video surveillance, wireless
coverage, and campus broadband construction

MA5621 MA5621A

Product Highlights
Wide voltage range: 9 V DC to 60 V DC auto adaptation; or 90 V AC to 290 V AC auto adaptation.
Wide temperature range: -40C to +85C, weathering extreme cold and hot temperatures.
Excellent lightning protection: The power port and Ethernet ports of the ONU support a 6 kV lightning protection capability.
Auto adaptation between 3 modes: supports EPON/GPON/GE; pluggable SFPs.
High reliability: hand-in-hand cold backup and hot backup; zero service interruption with fault-triggered switchover in hot
backup.
Easy OAM: supports the dying gasp; reports power outage alarms within milliseconds, and locates the fault within seconds;
deployed in one-stop manner; supports plug-and-play; supports automatic configuration issuance, requiring no onsite
commissioning; supports remote monitoring and maintenance.

Power Grid Dedicated ONU MA5621 MA5621A HG8040H

Dimensions (WDH) 235mm180mm44.4mm 235mm180mm44.4mm 176mm138.5mm28mm

Network-side Interface 2SFP; GPON/GE auto adaptation 1SFP; GPON auto adaptation 1SFP; GPON

2serial port (Phoenix terminal


User-side Interface 4GE/FE auto adaptation; 4xRS232/RS485 4GE
connectors)+4FE

Temperature Range Long term: -40C to +85C -40C to +65C 0C to +40C

Closure made of cast aluminum, power


Closure made of sheet metal, meeting
industrial-grade design
Protection Capability power system requirements Indoor device
6 kV lightning protection (AC power port,
6 kV lightning protection (power port)
Ethernet port)

Weight < 1.5 kg < 1.5 kg < 500 g

Ambient Humidity 5%-95% (non-condensing) 5%-95% (non-condensing) 5%-95% (non-condensing)

Heat Dissipation Mode Natural heat dissipation, without fans Natural heat dissipation, without fans Natural heat dissipation, without fans

Power Consumption 10 W 10 W <7W

Voltage Range DC: 9 V to 60 V AC: 90 V to 290 V AC: 90 V to 290 V AC: 100 V to 240 V

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Smart Grids Success Story

Huawei Builds Smart Fiber Power


Distribution Network for Qingdao
Customer Profile However, Qingdao Power Supply Company faces a number
of problems that arise from a complicated power distribution
With Qingdao's rapid economic growth and its quickening network:
pace of international metropolitan construction, residences and
especially enterprises in Qingdao are posing higher requirements Power distribution lines are aged and suffer serious line loss.
on the quality, reliability, and security of power grids. Based Power supply quality is poor, and there is no guarantee
on the overall local network condition, Qingdao Power Supply to the power outage time. Such problems greatly impact
Company makes a systematic plan on the power distribution financial and hi-tech enterprises.
lines in the urban districts. The company plans to build China's Communications technologies are outdated, failing to
largest automated power distribution system by coverage area support automated power distribution.
through multiple phases. There are a large number of power distribution terminals,
making OAM complicated and causing high management
Challenges to the Customer costs.

Qingdao's downtown areas, especially economically Against such a backdrop, Qingdao Power Supply Company
developed areas such as CBDs, are crowded with financial starts the power distribution automation reform trial, to
and IT enterprises as well as hospitals. The businesses of implement automated power distribution for CBD and
such organizations have specialized characteristics, such as residential areas that have important power supply and stable
continuity and zero tolerance to interruption. Therefore, these power grid structure. The first two phases of power distribution
organizations have stringent requirements on the power supply automation include most areas in the south and north parts of
quality, reliability, and power outage duration. the city, covering a total of 19 substations and 104 10 kV lines.

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Smart Grids Success Story

Solution systems, implements 4 remote functions for the power


distribution system: remote measurement, communication,
Based on the company's requirements on power distribution control, and commissioning. The solution is built on industrial-
communications: high bandwidth, long transmission grade access devices, provides comprehensive link protection
distance, and high security, Huawei provides the EPON-based and switchover mechanisms, and is capable of fast service
automated power distribution solution. The solution builds deploying and precise fault locating and handling. The solution
a "communication super highway" between the automated provides superb communication assurance for the company's
power distribution terminals and distribution automation power distribution automation.

Distribution automation system U2000 NMS

Switch

Fuzhou Road Station Maidao Station


Software Park Station Donghai Road Station

Tianshan Station Dagang Station


Xinjiazhuang Station Zhanliugan Station

OLT OLT

User 1
ONU ONU ONU ONU ONU


Concentrator

Switch Pole mounted Power User User N


station switch distribution room

Benefits for Customer mismatch between the designed load capacity and actual load
capacity of some lines.
The voltage pass rate increases from 99.5% to over 99.9%.
Through the automated power distribution network, the The 10 kV reliability increases from 99.96% to over 99.99%,
company is able to monitor the load status of power distribution reducing power loss by over 33.41 million kWH on average
terminals and lines in real time, thereby effectively adjusting yearly.
power energy allocation, smoothing voltage fluctuations, and The device fault rate decreases. Meanwhile, the distribution
improving voltage pass rate. automation system can monitor the device status and switch
opened/closed status of each power distribution terminal in a
The line loss decreases from 7.5% to below 5.3%. real-time and visualized manner. When a power outage occurs,
The company is able to monitor the entire power distribution maintenance personnel can remotely locate the fault quickly, and
network in real time through the distribution automation remotely operate the power distribution switch by using the "remote
system. Meanwhile, the distribution automation system can control" function, in this way reducing the time for checking
monitor and analyze the load of lines, effectively solving the and fixing lines, and shortening the power outage duration.

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B&T Network Optimization Background

B&T Network Optimization


Since the 3-network convergence trial, the broadcast & television (B&T) industry has been actively constructing the
Next Generation Broadcast (NGB) networks, and meanwhile starts the overall bidirectional network optimization.
With the release of the C-DOCSIS standard, the new technology, distributed CMTS (D-CMTS), well matches the B&T
industry's optimization requirements in terms of upstream/downstream bandwidth and standard, and has been
highly acknowledged by B&T customers.

Service Trends of B&T Network 1) SD broadcast;


2) HDTV, VoD, time-shifting TV, 3D TV, OTT;
3) 30 Mbit/s Internet;
4) VoIP
1) SD broadcast;
2) HDTV, VoD, time-shifting TV;
3) 1-2 Mbit/s Internet

Standard definition (SD) broadcast

Multi-screen interaction

Basic interaction

Unidirectional broadcast

New Requirements Arising from Service Development


Bidirectional network optimization: Multiservice operating requires the B&T
networks to provide higher bandwidth.
3-network convergence: The networks must be able to provide home users with
services including Internet access, video, and interactive video ordering. Batch pre-
deployment must be supported to meet requirements for network device quick
deployment, hierarchical NMS, and IPDR fine-grained operating.
Compatibility with existing networks: The new networks must be compatible
with the existing B&T DOCSIS OSS and cable modems (CMs). Existing cables must
be reused, so that coaxial cables need not be deployed, saving optimization costs.

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B&T Network Optimization Solution Overview

Based on the new requirements of the B&T bidirectional network optimization, Huawei proposes the innovative D-CMTS solution,
which downsizes CMTS devices, and deploys the devices in residential communities or buildings, delivering 1000 Mbit/s to
the building and 100 Mbit/s to the user. The CMTS device carries integrated services, including data, voice, and video services,
implementing the all-scenario solution for MSOs.

Phone
CATV Combiner
PC

Home
EQAM
TX RX
Video STB
CM
TV

Enterprise
ODN
Voice
CM LSW

coverage
OLT

Hotspot
D- CMTS
Data MA5633
CM AP
EMS
Branch equipment room Optical node HFC

The D-CMTS solution moves the physical-layer and data link-layer interfaces from the branch equipment room down to the optical
site. The optical node connects downstream to the HFC network through RF interfaces, and connects upstream to the OLT through
PON ports. Such a network mode can deliver 1000 Mbit/s to the building and 100 Mbit/s to the user, supports traditional services
such as home access, and supports new services such as enterprise L2VPN access and hotspot coverage. It is an all-scenario solution
for MSOs.

Solution Highlights
No.1 Compatible with existing networks
Compatible with the existing OSS and service provisioning modes; compatible with the existing DOCSIS 2.0/3.0 terminals
(including CMs and STBs).

No.2 CMCs moved lower down the network


CMC deployed on optical nodes, each CMTS device covering 256 users, offering 800 Mbit/s downstream and 160 Mbit/s
upstream.

No.3 Multi-service access


Optical fibers are deployed close to users, providing integrated access capabilities, and supporting multiple services, including
traditional services and new services such as enterprise VPN and hotspot coverage.

No.4 Saving resources


The solution adopts a P2MP network architecture. Multiple optical nodes share the same feeder fiber, saving fiber resources by
80%. The QAM is deployed at lower layer of the network, saving aggregation ports of the central equipment room.

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B&T Network Optimization Product Overview

Smart AX MA5633 D-CMTS CO-end device


D-CMTS Solution ONU Applied to the PON+D-CMTS scenario
Drastically increases the CMTS bandwidth, delivering 800
Mbit/s downstream and 160 Mbit/s upstream

MA5633

Product Highlights
Ultra-broadband coverage: 160 Mbit/s upstream and 800 Mbit/s downstream; supports 256 broadband users.
Environmentally adaptive: IP65 protection rating compliance; wide temperature range: -40C to +55C; suitable for mounting in
outdoor cabinets, in corridors, onto cables, and on walls; supports 60 V remote power supply/220 V mains supply.
Flexible interfaces: supports 3 upstream modes, GPON/EPON/GE; supports 4 RF in/4 RF out and 2 RF in/2 RF out.
Built-in optical receivers/transmitters: Deploying new optical nodes or optical-splitting optical nodes does not require dedicated
optical receivers/transmitters, simplifying engineering and saving space.
Built-in power amplifier: a unique design in the industry, compensating for node loss, and ensuring zero modifications to the
HFC network.

Two configuration options:


1) 2 RF in/2 RF out
2) 4 RF in/4 RF out
RF Port
RF in refers to the RF port that connects upstream to the optical receiver.
RF out refers to the RF port that connects downstream to the user HFC network.
KS interface (optional)

Upstream Port Three options: GPON/EPON/GE; SFP supported

A maximum of 16 downstream/4 upstream (800 Mbit/s downstream, 160 Mbit/s upstream)


Frequency Basic frequency (European standard): 2 downstream/2 upstream, 4 downstream/4 upstream,
Quantity 16 downstream/16 upstream
Basic frequency (American standard): 4 downstream/4 upstream, 8 downstream/4 upstream

Power Supply 220 V AC; 60 V AC provided along with the mounting cable

EMC CLASS B

Protection
IP65
Rating Internal view of the MA5633

Power
39 W (without the power amplifier), 93 W (with the power amplifier)
Consumption

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B&T Network Optimization Success Story

Huawei's D-CMTS Solution Helps


Guangzhou Digital Media Develop
Interactive Services
Customer Profile Challenges to the Customer
Guangzhou Digital Media is a major B&T operator in Guangdong Large bandwidth is needed for future HD interactive services
and is transforming from a traditional cable TV operator to a
multimedia network and information service provider. Higher bandwidth is required of the access CMTS devices. The
existing CMTS devices (also called the big Cs) cannot meet
Closely following the 3-network convergence trend, Guangzhou bandwidth, cost budget, and resources requirements. The
Digital Media is seizing the opportunities to promote HD operator is considering introducing C-DOCSIS devices (also called
interactive digital television, turning TV sets in users' homes into D-CMTSs, small Cs). The company will use D-CMTSs to carry
multimedia terminals. By doing so, the media group will deliver interactive services in service-intensive areas, such as urban areas
brand new digital media experience to a large number of users. and areas belonging to the newly assigned provincial network.

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B&T Network Optimization Success Story

Limited equipment room space cannot meet the rapidly Solution


growing requirements of interactive services
The solution deploys medium-capacity OLTs (MA5603Ts) in the
In big C mode, devices are collectively deployed in the branch branch equipment room, and connects the OLT to D-CMTSs
equipment room, causing problems such as room space through a 1:4 optical splitter, saving feeder optical fibers. MA5603T
shortage, heavy power consumption, and serious consumption supports both EPON and GPON at the same time, and the OLT can
of fiber resources. This mode has high TCO. With service growth be smoothly upgraded to 10PON, meeting future service needs.
and expansion in the future, new equipment rooms and power
plants need to be deployed to meet service needs, causing the D-CMTSs are moved out of the equipment room and deployed
site selection problem. at the position of optical nodes, sharing the same cabinet with
the original optical receivers/transmitters, saving equipment room
Services over concentrated in big C mode, easily causing space, eliminating the need for upstream/downstream optical
serious broadcast problems transmitters/receivers, and reducing the cable routing difficulty.

In big C mode, a device is connected to a large number of MA5633 has built-in power amplifiers, ensuring zero modification
users, sometimes as many as tens of thousands of users. A fault to the HFC network. Moreover, MA5633 is compatible with the
easily paralyzes a large area of the network. With the D-CMTS DOCSIS 2.0/3.0 CMs in the existing network, so users need not
solution, CMTS devices are deployed at the position of optical replace their CMs, realizing fast service provisioning. MA5633
node. A single device is connected to several hundred users. can be interconnected to the existing OSS to implement alarm
Thus, the impact scope of faults is effectively narrowed down. functions.

HSI VOD Broadcast

CMTS

Tx
Head office

Transport
IP network
network

US:4CH/DS:16CH
256HP GPON 1:4
IP STB
CM MA5633 MA5603T
PC OLT Optical
Rx
amplifier
Home FN

Benefits for Customer


First D-CMTS project for the B&T industry in China, extending the customer's influence in the industry.
Bandwidth is increased to fourfold of the original, bandwidth cost per bit reduced by 1/3, and fibers reduced by 1/2. The
solution improves bandwidth and meanwhile helps the guest room control costs.
GPON delivers a bandwidth twice that of EPON. MA5603T supports both GPON and 10GPON, meeting Guangzhou Digital
Media's mid- to long-term technology evolution requirements.
The quantities of CO-end devices and optical receivers/transmitters are reduced, saving equipment room space and facilitating
capacity expansion.
Difficulty of operations is reduced.

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Video Surveillance Background

Video Surveillance
As an organic combination of vision and network, video surveillance conveys critical information about people's
everyday life in an intuitive and real-time manner. Video surveillance provides important reference for people to
take corresponding measures. Integrated intelligent video surveillance has become the major requirement of public
security. To implement network-based, intelligent, and HD video surveillance, increasingly higher requirements are
posed on the network carrying capabilities.

Development of Video Surveillance

Network- IP-based
Analog Digital based intelligent
surveillance surveillance surveillance surveillance

Analog camera Analog+digital Network-based surveillance Intelligent surveillance


CRT monitor DVR/DVS IP network as the core HD image
Local storage Video compression Intelligent analysis
Centralized storage Diversified access means
Cloud computing

New Requirements of Video Surveillance


Network-based: IP cameras are becoming the mainstream; real-time surveillance services are growing; the surveillance data
storage mode changes from the old-time local storage to centralized cloud storage.
HD quality: Higher requirements are posed on the definition of surveillance cameras. 720p/1080p HD images carried at an 8
Mbit/s or 16 Mbit/s high bandwidth are becoming the mainstream.
Wide application: Security surveillance is required everywhere, so the deployment environments vary drastically.

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Video Surveillance Solution Overview

Based on the specialized requirements of various industries and scenarios on video surveillance, Huawei provides the GPON
backhaul solution, which applies to all industries and multiple scenarios, and features high bandwidth and wide coverage. The
solution leverages GPON's characteristics, such as flexible network topologies and flexible indoor/outdoor deployment, and offers a
new type of channel that is efficient, secure, and eco-friendly for security surveillance.

Cameras and encoders Access network Management platform Surveillance center

ONU

Public area Camera Server Video wall

ONU Firewall Storage Decoder

Crosspoint Switehers

Campus IP camera

AP Access platform Management client Control client

Traffic Wireless camera

The GPON ONU collects data from the surveillance cameras. After undergoing optical channel aggregation of the optical splitter
and service aggregation of the OLT, the data is sent to the management platform and surveillance center in the intranet. The
flexible optical split ratios and long-reach coverage of GPON are well aligned with the various deployment requirements of video
surveillance.

Solution Highlights
No.1 High bandwidth
Video streams are transmitted in real time to the cloud through PON.
Access bandwidth requirements are satisfied: 1.25 Gbit/s upstream, 19.5 Mbit/s downstream after 1:32 optical splitting.

No.2 High QoS


Capable of HQoS at service-based and user-based granularities.
Dedicated bandwidth assurance for broadband, VoD, and private line services.

No.3 High adaptability


Supports multiple installation modes, including wall mounting and pole mounting, adaptive to indoor and outdoor installations.

No.4 uniSite outdoor cabinet


Resists water, dust, and sabotage; easy to maintain; improves cable routing efficiency by 30%.

No.5 Low overall network construction costs


The flexible tree and star topologies of PON match the deployment requirements of video surveillance, saving cable routing and
auxiliary costs.

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Video Surveillance Product Overview

Smart AX MA5669 Industry-leading remote PON ONU


Video Surveillance ONU Adopting broadband access, mainly used for video surveillance
and wireless coverage
Suitable for installation in complicated environments outdoors
Wide temperature range, low power consumption, noiseless,
and stably power-conservative
MA5626 and MA5671 usually used for indoor video surveillance

MA5669 MA5626 MA5671

Product Highlights (MA5669)


POE: supports POE, addressing the power supply difficulties with wireless APs, cameras, data collection terminals, meanwhile
saving investment and enabling efficient deployment.
High reliability: supports a wide temperature range from -40C to +55C; starts up at the -25C low temperature; FE port
supports 6 kV lightning protection.
Outdoor integrated device with a casting aluminum shell. Can be installed against a pole or on a wall or a cable; suitable for
various indoor and outdoor installation scenarios.
Batch pre-deployment: ONUs support plug-and-play onsite, is software-commissioning-free, and can be remotely accepted in
batches.

Device Model MA5671 MA5626 MA5669

Dimensions (WDH) 134mm115mm27mm 442mm220mm43.6mm 307.8mm222.5mm148.1mm

Network-side Interface 1GPON, SC/UPC 2SFP; GPON 1*SFP optical module GPON/GE

8/16/24FE
8/16/24FE (POE) Type1: 2 GE (PoE not supported)
User-side Interface 4GE
4GE+4FE (POE) Type2: 2 GE (PoE supported)
8FE (AC, reverse POE)

Temperature Range -40C to +55C -40C to +65C; startup at -25C -40C to +55C

Power port: 6 kV
Protection Capability LAN port: 6 kV LAN port: 6 kV
Service port: 4 kV

Ambient Humidity 5%-95% (non-condensing) 5%-95% (non-condensing) 5%-95% (non-condensing)

Voltage Range AC: 220 V/110 V AC: 220 V/110 V AC: 220 V/110 V

24 ports: 1.92 kg
Weight 0.5 kg 16 ports: 1.91 kg 3.7kg
8 ports: 1.15 kg

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Video Surveillance Success Story

Huawei's PON Solution Builds Campus


Security Surveillance System for Chengdu
Shuangliu Airport
Chengdu Shuangliu Airport's newly built T2 terminal has many HD video surveillance requirements. A total of 176 video channels are
required (each channel carrying the data of 4 live screens). Video encoders are deployed in each small security equipment room, decoders
are deployed at the main control center and each sub-control center, and the video system collects, stores, and manages video streams.

Solution
PON access solution is adopted for the road surveillance access network; LAN access solution is adopted for boarding gate surveillance.
All sub-control centers and the main control center are connected to the core switch of the video surveillance network through switches.
The video surveillance network adopts the standard 3-layer architecture, which has clear layering and is easy to maintain.

Decoder Video wall

Security check sub-control center

Storage Server
Main control center
Airbridge sub-control center

OLT

Optical splitter
Video encoder Video encoder
ONU

Road surveillance net Boarding gate Airport ticket hall

Benefits for Customer


Standard 3-layer network architecture offers high reliability.
High bandwidth and scalability allow for easy capacity expansion and
improve the video surveillance performance.
ONUs of high Ingress Protection (IP) rating meet outdoor environment
surveillance requirements.
"Zero blind spot" 24-hour surveillance safeguards the airport and
ensures smooth operating of the airport.

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uniSite Cabinet

uniSite Cabinet

C Series E Series D Series S Series

Professionalism Creates Values


"Zero" maintenance Environmentally adaptive
Low noise Flexible mounting modes
User-friendly interface Environment-friendly
dly

Fle
en

xib
F3
Fri

le

philosophy

Faster

One-stop integrated delivery


Fast response and designing
Fast installation and commissioning

Full Portfolio All Scenarios

C Series E Series D Series S Series

Highlights: Highlights: Highlights: Highlights:


Natural heat dissipation Direct ventilation Sealed, heat exchange Sealed, natural heat
Compact structure Economical and practical Large-capacity & intelligent dissipation
Low noise Highly integrated Environmentally adaptive Low noise and zero
Positioning: Positioning: Positioning: maintenance
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor Power-conservative
Device space & capacity: Device space & capacity: Device space & capacity: Positioning:
C50: 1U & 48 lines E100: 3U & 256 lines D200: 23U & 448 lines Outdoor
C100: 2U & 256 lines E200E: 11U & 512 lines D500: 34U & 1024 lines Device space & capacity:
E400: 16U & 768 lines S50: 3U & 64 lines
S100: 3U & 256 lines
S300: 12U & 640 lines

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Success Stories of Huawei Access Network

Success Stories of Huawei


Access Network
Education and scientific research network & network for students' dormitory, Southwest
University
Unified access network for 3 campuses of Jilin University
Optical access for residential community of Langfang Pipeline Bureau, PetroChina
Access network for residential community, Daqing Oilfield
Campus Chengdu Shuangliu Airport

Integrated access solution for Tengchong Yunfeng Mountain Hotel


Access solution for Shanghai Yuexing Global Harbor
Integrated hotel access solution for Burj Dubai (Dubai Tower)
Integrated building access solution for Yuanda Skycity High-rise Hotel, Changsha
Hotel

Fujian Power Supply Company Jiangsu Power Supply Company


Hubei Power Supply Company Liaoning Power Supply Company
Zhejiang Power Supply Company Shandong Power Supply Company - Power
Gansu Power Supply Company distribution, centralized collection, and FTTH
Tianjin Power Supply Company Beijing Power Supply Company - electricity
Power Sector Jibei Power Supply Company meter data collection, OPLC to the home

China's first small C mass commercial Small C strategic partner with Nanjing
application for Shenzhen Topway Broadcast & Television Group
Integrated networking with big C MA5632 applied in Haian County, Jiangsu
and small C for Guangzhou Digital MA5631 applied in Mongolia
Media TRUE, Thailand
Broadcast & Television

Multi-network converged intelligent access solution for the Safe City Project of Liupanshui City
High-reliability security system for the Financial Street, Beijing
Video surveillance solution for Shanghai Public Security Bureau

Video Surveillance

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Access Network Full Portfolio Devices

Access Network Full Portfolio


Devices
Unified Access Platform - OLT

Large-capacity: MA5600T Medium-capacity: MA5603T Mini: MA5608T

All-Scenario Access - ONU

FTTB FTTO B&T ONU Industrial-grade ONU 10G PON

MA5626 MA5675M MA5631 MA5621 MA5821/22


8/16/24xFE 4GE+8POTS+Wi-Fi 64-256 EOC 4xGE/FE+4RS485 8/16/24xFE
8/16/24xFE (POE) 4RF OUT 8/16/24xFE+8/16/24xPOTS
4xGE+4xFE (POE)
8xFE (reverse POE)

MA5620 MA5671 MA5632 MA5621A MA5898


24xFE + 24xPOTS 4GE 64-128 EOC 4xFE+2RS485 4GE+2x8FE or 2x8E1
16xFE + 16xPOTS 2RF OUT
8xFE + 8xPOTS
Outdoor Integrated ONU

MA5616 MA5673 MA5633 (D-CMTS) MA569X


VDSL2/ADSL2+ 4GE+4POTS+4E1 Downstream 1-16 frequencies 4GE+8FE+8E1
/POTS/ISDN/G.SHDSL Upstream 1-4 frequencies MA5669
2/4 RF OUT 2GE or 2GE(POE)

Full Range of Specifications - ONT

HG8010H HG8012H HG8040H HG8240H HG8240 HG8247H HG8245H


1GE 1 GE 4 GE 4 GE 4 GE 4 GE 4 GE
1 RF 2 POTS 2 POTS 2 POTS 2 POTS
1 USB 1USB
1 RF Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi

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Access Network Full Portfolio Auxiliaries

Access Network Full Portfolio


Auxiliaries
Full Portfolio of ODN/iODN Products

ODF
iODF-3101 ODF-2101 ODF2109 ODF-R/RA

FDT
iFDT3101D FDT2103D FDT2101D FDT2102D

FAT
iFAT3101TD FAT2110T FAT3201 FAT3204D

Inside
building
cabling ATB3101 ATB3102 CTB2101 GLH-146

Optical
components
SPL9101 SPL9103 Adapter Patch cord

Cable
closures
SSC221X/2131 SSC2231 Drop cable

Outdoor Cabinet - uniSite

C Series D Series E Series S Series

Line Diagnosis Expert - N2510

ODTR OSU Reflector WDMU PC server

SELT Line analysis Intelligent diagnostics


Intelligent diagnostics Line optimization OTDR test

LTS AOS OLS

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