It is recorded that Huawei and the leading telecom operator Emirates Telecommunications (Etisalat) successfully deployed the world first 10G GPON commercial networks in the world’s tallest Skyscraper Burj Khalifa (formerly Mingdibaita), bringing in 1G access and Elife business for 30,000 end users, which has greatly enhanced the network bandwidth to meeting the 4K, 8K HD video Services. Meanwhile, the network provides IP VPN and other services, fully meeting more than 200 multinational corporations and luxury hotels in the tower with the ultra-wideband, highly reliable business needs.
Burj is the world’s tallest building located in Dubai, with height of 828m, number of Floors 169 layers. Many multinational companies set up offices there, so the demand for the network is very high. The completion of the network, enable the 10G GPON business providing up to 10G per second transfer rate on network the same with GPON FTTH to provide up to 10Gbite rate speed, which will meet the demand for high-end users for high bandwidth, low latency and more, and corporate information about access, LTE backhaul connectivity to provide high-speed stability.
As the leading telecom operator in the Middle East, Etisalat provides innovative and reliable telecommunication services in more than 15 countries in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and other places. UAE Etisalat has provided more than 80% populations nationwide with FTTH services, and is committed to innovation technology to help the UAE government to establish the best basis for networking and knowledge based economy.
At the end of 2012, Huawei SingleFAN ultra broadband access solutions have served the global 1/3 broadband users, based on which, operators can access DSL, P2P, GPON, EPON, 10G-PON, TWDM 40G-PON through a unified platform. To achieve full-service bearer, and bandwidth, on-demand deployment and smooth network evolution. According to Infonetics, OVUM, Broadbandtrends and other advisory reports for the first quarter of 2013. Huawei PON and DSL’s share continued to maintain the first position in the global rankings, continue leading the global access market.
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