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December 1, 2010

China Mobile selects Huawei to build 40G national backbone network

Ultra-high 40G bandwidth per wavelength, ultra-large OTN capacity, and an OTN bandwidth pool

By CBR Staff Writer

China Mobile has selected Huawei, a provider of telecommunications network offerings, to build an 80×40G WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) national backbone network.

The company said that after completion, the network wavelength capacity would be upgraded from 10G to 40G, which will enable China Mobile to offer ultra-broadband services and bring an enriched service experience to its subscribers.

Huawei transport network product line president Christian Chua said their 40G OTN offering would enable China Mobile to meet the growing service demands on its network so that their subscribers can enjoy an unmatched service experience.

Huawei said that its 40G OTN offering incorporates ultra-high 40G bandwidth per wavelength, an ultra-large OTN capacity, and an OTN bandwidth pool, which enables the quick deployment of networks and the flexible and efficient provisioning of services.

In addition, the offering features an ODUk-SNCP protection mechanism that works at the electrical layer to enhance network reliability.


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