BARCELONA, Spain, March 6, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023 held in Spain, Huawei's NCE Optical Network Domain team shared its vision and viewpoints on the development trend of the all-optical autonomous driving network (ADN) and the evolution of home broadband (HBB) operations.
With AN as a Consensus, Huawei Actively Leads the Development of the Industry
Wang Jinping, Chief Marketing Officer of Huawei's NCE Optical Network Domain, mentioned that through the joint efforts of TMF, standards organizations, carriers, equipment vendors, OSS/BSS vendors, and other industry partners, Autonomous Networks (AN) is now a consensus in the industry. To date, Huawei has participated in more than 36 standards projects on AN and submitted more than 300 proposals to help carriers achieve the strategic goals of L3 in 2023 and L4 in 2025. In the all-optical network (AON) domain, Huawei launched the all-optical ADN solution. With iMaster NCE as its intelligent core, the solution is driving the AN evolution of AON and improving network automation and intelligence to support high-quality development.
Resolving Service Challenges and Obtaining Dividends from HBB Operations
According to industry surveys, most subscribers are willing to purchase services that provide a better experience, even if the cost is 16% higher or more. However, significant difficulties in the development of carriers' HBB services are as follows:
Building a Digital Base and Implementing User Experience-oriented Operations
Liu Yan, Vice President of Huawei's NCE Optical Network Domain, said that the new-generation Huawei Premium Broadband solution can help carriers in different aspects.
Huawei's NCE Optical Network Domain team said that Premium Broadband is the technical core of ADN strategy implementation in the access domain. It promotes the evolution of carriers' HBB services to experience–oriented operations and provides a guaranteed experience for HBB users.