China Mobile Tianjin, Huawei to build premium OTN

China Mobile Tianjin, Huawei to build premium OTN

China Mobile Tianjin has teamed up with Huawei to launch an optical private network dubbed 'DoubleS-OTN' - the optical private network with “DoubleS” experience (speedy and smart) - to provide private line services for the customer.

Tianjin is the economic centre of the Bohai Sea region and the largest port city in North China.

In the digital age, 5G application and enterprise cloudification trigger an explosion in data transmission bandwidth demands and require high performance of private line transmission. According to a joint press release, DoubleS-OTN will meet enterprises' data transmission requirements.

Yang Liya, deputy general manager of China Mobile Tianjin Customer Response Centre spoke highly of premium private lines: “We use an all-optical autonomous driving network solution with Huawei iMaster NCE as the core to bring intelligence and automation into optical networks and provide premium optical private lines with DoubleS experience. This serves hundreds of industries and benefits thousands of households”.

DoubleS private lines have an intelligent path computation system that calculates the path with the lowest delay for the customer, said the release.

According to the release China Mobile Tianjin uses Huawei iMaster NCE to manage network devices. It provides a performance dashboard for the customer to view details about the top 5 private lines. It enables peak bandwidth usage, jitter, and delay data to be checked via a mobile phone, implementing 24-hour E2E monitoring.

China Mobile Tianjin will follow the “New Infrastructure Construction” trend, accelerate full optical and 5G network coverage in both urban and rural areas, construct infrastructures for interconnectivity, and build a solid foundation for Tianjin’s digital economy development, the release said.

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