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Huawei's 100G Wave Division Join Hands with Inner Mongolia Radio and Television to Build ICT Broadband Era

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Radio and Television Company Profile
Inner Mongolia Radio and TV Information Network Co., Ltd. is in response to the needs of the economic and informational development of the country and autonomous regions. Inner Mongolia Radio and Television Information Network Co., Ltd. was approved by the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, and the Autonomous Regional Government. It was formally incorporated on August 8, 2001. Transmission of radio and television programs is the main industry, and large-scale modern network operators that also run related industries.
With the diversification and integration of radio and television business development in the past two years, the development of interactive video, triple play, government-enterprise special line, live broadcast system, and internet broadband users has raised new demands on the bandwidth of radio and television networks. The 2016 annual plan for the development of broadband access users by Inner Mongolia Broadcasting and Television will also pose new challenges to the bandwidth capacity of the backbone transmission network of the Radio and TV Group. The 200G bandwidth requirement of the Eastern Union City and the 100G bandwidth requirement in the western region every year. How can the backbone network adapt to the high-bandwidth era of high-speed network evolution?
Radio and television transmission network pain points
The territory of Inner Mongolia is narrow, with a straight line distance of 2,400 kilometers from the east to the west, a span of 1,700 kilometers from the north to the south, and an entire borderline of 4,200 kilometers. Investment and construction costs and construction costs are severe tests.
Inner Mongolia Radio and TV backbone WDM OTN is a 2.5G & 10G mixed transmission network. Transmission is the "hub scheduling pipeline" for the network. In the current situation where the backbone network has a large bandwidth, the capacity of the transmission network plays a more important role. This determines the speed of business expansion of broadcasting and TV.
I. The OTN Wave Division Backbone Network is configured with 40*10G capacity, and the maximum single-wave rate is 10G, and the current network channel usage rate reaches 60%. If the new bandwidth is still increased in accordance with the 10G channel in 2016, SVA currently has Zhang network will face saturation, and the radio and television network will face the financial pressure of reinvesting and building a new plane backbone network.
Second, the backbone network services and network structure are complex. The traditional OTN10G WDM network is based on point-to-point scheduling of services and cannot implement flexible service scheduling.
Third, Inner Mongolia has a large geographic span, many relay sites, and it is difficult to maintain. The fiber optic cable resources of customers and the actual business development speed do not match, and the construction of 100G WDM optical fiber cable resources in the new plane is not in place.
Huawei WDM 100G Solution - "You Just Needed, I Just Be Professional"
Huawei's professional service team simulated the existing network WDM, planned the backbone network channel spacing, evaluated the performance of the optical layer at the eastern and western parts of the Radio and TV backbone network in Inner Mongolia, and ensured the smooth upgrade of the radio and television network from a 10G network to a high-bandwidth 100G WDM network. Inner Mongolia Radio and Television has built a 100G boutique network that fully meets the rapid development of radio and television business within the next 5-8 years.The solution highlights are the following:
  • Smooth evolution and high bandwidth transmission
The entire network was optimized through system evaluation to implement 10G and 100G mixed transmission. Huawei's OSN8800T32 and OSN8800T16 devices were used to build a high-bandwidth platform that runs through 100G trunk lines in the east and west, achieving large-bandwidth transmission capabilities and meeting the needs of Inner Mongolia Radio and TV network for the next 5-8 years. demand.
  • OTN service scheduling is flexible and abundant
The Inner Mongolia Radio, Television and Broadcasting Department adopted an OTN architecture design to support the use of electro-optical hybrids based on ODUk (k = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4) (GE, 2.5G, 10G, 40G, 100G) multi-rate electronically-interleaved granules. Cross and branch line separation mode, while providing flexible business cross-dispatch for 12 cities in the province.
Triple network protection, simple, stable and reliable
Customer-side protection, ODUKSNCP protection, and OLP protection enable multiple protections for services. In addition, services are hierarchically processed, multiple services share broadband, and bandwidth utilization is significantly improved. The system supports fast automatic protection switching within 50ms, which improves the robustness and reliability of the network.
Easy to maintain network maintenance, green and efficient
100G single jump span more than 300Km, relay node reduction, one-click remote centralized commissioning, no need to stop, reduce maintenance costs; 100G board card integration, high power consumption, leading to industry-leading level, green efficient dynamic control function Consumption.
100-cent customer value of WDM--Huawei cooperates with radio and television to achieve a win-win situation
Radio and television network has achieved "three unified": "unified planning, unified construction, unified management."
The broadcasting and TV business achieves centralized management, large capacity, small offices, and extensive coverage. The cost of operation and maintenance and repeated station construction is reduced, saving about 30% of the total operation and maintenance costs.
The radio and television large-capacity platform of Radio and TV meets the development of radio and television high-speed broadband services. It sets a benchmark for the market expansion of the government-owned and private-owned line of broadcasting and TV, and is equal to operators in the integration of multiple services, bringing tens of millions of operational support benefits.
"Green communications, energy-saving model," and high-integrity, low-power reliability platform for radio and television to save millions of energy costs each year.
Huawei Corporation Profile
As the world's leading provider of information and communications (ICT) solutions, Huawei adheres to enriching people's communication and life as a vision, persisting in continuous innovation around customer needs, and opening cooperation with partners in telecommunication networks, enterprise networks, terminals and sounds. Video and other fields build an end-to-end solution advantage. With 170,000 Huawei employees who are dedicated and dedicated to the world, they are committed to creating maximum value for operator customers, corporate customers and consumers, and providing competitive ICT solutions, products and services. At present, Huawei's operations cover more than 170 countries and regions in the world and serve more than one-third of the world's population. Founded in 1987, Huawei Corporation is a private company that holds all shares of its employees.
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