Huawei partners with China Mobile to enable connectivity via F5.5G
day wind, China, September 28, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Tourists visit Mount Everest (Mount Everest) Tourist Base Camp 5,200m Altitude, you can now connect from the top of the world with high-speed WiFi. China Mobile and Huawei announced the successful launch of ultra-gigabit premium Wi-Fi service and F5.5G leading technology FTTR-B (fiber to the room service), enabling local managers and tourists to benefit from fast and reliable communications to meet their needs leisure and work needs.
At the Everest Base Camp Management Office, staff focus on ecological protection in the Himalayas. The work includes daily monitoring and inspection of environmental protection devices, followed by reports to the Everest Authority with high-resolution photos, videos and logs. The work had previously been hampered by poor network connections, resulting in slow video uploads, frozen frames and failed attempts to send documents. The newly installed high-speed FTTR-B network has brought about a huge change in communication methods, and all staff at the camp and nearby visitors can enjoy high-quality Wi-Fi service.
The FTTR-B solution is also deployed in a hotel in a nearby town at an altitude of 4,200 meters. In the past, guests often encountered problems such as no network, lags, and slow response of the check-in system. Since the installation of the FTTR-B solution, up to 300 hotel guests can enjoy high-speed Internet access at the same time, making hotel operations more efficient.
About Huawei FTTR-B
Fiber to the room (FTTR) is a way to deliver high-quality gigabit all-optical Wi-Fi using fiber optic access, bringing 10G networks into every room. As one of the key technologies of 5.5G, FTTR is characterized by the ubiquity of 10G networks. FTTR is mainly aimed at home users, while the FTTR-B solution is jointly launched by China Mobile and Huawei to provide ultra-gigabit all-optical networks for small and medium-sized enterprises. China And widely used in hotels and shops.
Huawei FTTR-B equipment is equipped with a flexible three-mode antenna that can be installed on the ceiling or wall to achieve full indoor Wi-Fi coverage, allowing users to enjoy a high-quality network experience anytime and anywhere. This solution uses power over optical fiber (PoF) cables to transmit signals and power the equipment at the same time, solving the problem of difficulty in obtaining power. In addition, Huawei’s WeFTTR application provides network architecture management, one-click network optimization, self-service network configuration and other functions for IT personnel in management offices and hotels, reducing operation and maintenance workload. China Mobile’s operation and maintenance engineers can also use the application to remotely locate network problems and improve operation and maintenance efficiency.
In 2024, China Mobile will cooperate with Huawei to extend the FTTR-B solution to the climber base camp scenario. This will allow climbers to enjoy gigabit internet service as they prepare to reach the top of the world.
As the world’s leading ICT infrastructure provider, Huawei cooperates with operators such as China Mobile to help many small and medium-sized enterprises achieve digital transformation.
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