Fixed-line broadband technology is evolving to meet the growing demand for bandwidth. In 2016, XG-PON1 will be widely commercially available. Operators should aim to achieve a smooth migration to a 10G for FTTX network. In the future, networks will upgrade to NG PON2. Meanwhile the new copper technology of VDSL2 and vectoring can achieve 100M to home, which with G.fast can deliver 1G to home. Furthermore, XG.fast can help achieve speeds of several Gbps. New technologies for copper access and optical access will help enhance the pipeline construction speed.
These ultra-high-speed offerings from ZTE amount to an improved customer experience and dramatically shorter time to market. ZTE’s solutions provide centralised network integration services covering access equipment across their entire life cycle.
ZTE’s unified management system enables on-demand planning, fast deployment and smooth migration, helping customers reduce total cost of ownership and enhancing the user experience of the network. Rolling out a network is made more flexible with the use of cloud-based technologies to drive down management costs as well as operations and maintenance resources.
ZTE’s intelligent tools enable highly-efficient network planning and design. Deploying broadband services is made simpler with the use of cloud-based Zero Touch Provisioning solutions while intelligent network diagnostics enable service providers to pinpoint faults rapidly.