Fixed networks are currently entering the fifth-generation gigabit ultra-wide era based on 10G PON optical fiber technology. All parties will work together to build a gigabit "industrial ship".
At the Gigabit Forum recently held during MWC19 Shanghai, China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, Broadband Development Alliance, Shanghai Municipal Commission of Economy and Information Technology, Ovum, China Ultra HD Video Industry Alliance, China Telecom, China UnitedAll parties in the industry, including Huawei and Huawei, have reached a consensus on the development and evolution of fixed networks: fixed networks are currently entering the fifth-generation gigabit ultra-broadband era based on 10G PON optical fiber technology. All parties in the industry will work together to build a gigabit industry. "The Big Ship" will jointly promote the prosperity of the industrial ecology and extend the fifth-generation Gigabit all-optical network to every room, every desktop, and every machine.
With the advancement of fiber optic broadband access technology and the gradual application of emerging high-bandwidth services such as high-definition video, smart home and Cloud VR, gigabit broadband has become the focus of the next global broadband development. A report from Ovum shows that 234 operators around the world have released Gigabit services, 20 of which have released Gigabit services; 10G PON is the basic technology for Gigabit networks, and the compound growth rate of the central office's 10G PON OLT ports is expected in the next 5 years. Will reach 77%, terminal 10G PON ONT compound growthThe rate will be as high as 198%.
Gigabit broadband represents the fifth stage of the development of fixed networks. Ao Li, director of the Institute of Technology and Standards of China Academy of Information and Communications Technology and deputy secretary general of the Broadband Development Alliance, said in the keynote speech: From the perspective of development, fixed networks have experienced a narrowband era (64kbps) represented by PSTN/ISDN technology. , With ADSThe broadband era represented by L technology (10Mbps), the ultra-wideband era represented by VDSL technology (30Mbps~200Mbps), and the ultra-fast megabit era represented by GPON/EPON technology (100Mbps~500Mbps) have developed in four stages. It is entering the fifth-generation gigabit ultra-broadband era represented by 10G PON technology; through the penetration and integration of vertical industry applications, gigabit optical fiber networks will break through the margins of traditional industries and drive many industries to generate huge economic value.
The proposal of "Fixed Network Intergenerational Concept" has been highly recognized by all parties in the industry. Jin Yuzhi, President of Huawei’s Transmission and Access Product Line, said: “I very much agree with the 5 generations of fixed networks proposed by the Broadband Development Alliance. The division of industry generations points out the future development direction of fixed networks for the industry. 10G PON technology GigabitThe arrival of the intelligent era (F5n) will fully stimulate the vitality of the industry, accelerate the pace of industrial innovation, and promote the prosperity of the industrial ecology. In the future, the coordinated development of F5n and 5G will give full play to the advantages of the massive bandwidth of optical networks and the mobility of wireless networks, promote social development in an unprecedented way, and enable innovation in all walks of life. ”
At present, all parties in the industry are generally optimistic about the fifth-generationThe prospects for the development of the Internet have gradually begun to be put into practice. At present, China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom's three basic telecommunications companies have all begun to promote gigabit network deployment and explore gigabit applications. As of the end of May 2019, 26 provincial-level operators in 21 provinces across the country have released gigabit commercial packages to promote the gradual commercialization of innovative services such as Cloud VR, smart home, and scene broadband (game acceleration, campus broadband, and anchor broadband) .