For the first time, the Chinese Government has included the “Gigabit Optical Network” in the official work report. And instructs the It companies to work in the development of 5G application scenarios.
In this line, Huawei and China Academy launched Wuhan City F5G Development White Paper. It was divided into 5 parts focused on the F5G optical network in Wuhan. At the released ceremony, the respected authorities of both parties were present including-
- Dang Zhen, Director of Wuhan Municipal Bureau of Economy and Information Technology
- Shi Denian, Deputy Chief Engineer of China Academy of Information and Communications Technology
- Wang Libiao, Vice President of Huawei Transmission and Access Product Line
To be mentioned, recently Lao Telecom adopts Huawei FDD Smart Massive MIMO technology in order to solve the network traffic jam in the hotspots open area. The consumers achieve 30% results after the installation.
At the release ceremony, Shi Denian, deputy chief engineer of the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, commented,
“At present, the new round of technological revolution and industrial transformation is advancing, and information and communication technology is in a period of major changes led by system innovation, deep integration, and intelligence.
F5G is a fixed communication. The latest evolution direction of the network, complements and promotes each other with 5G, is an important component and carrier base of the new infrastructure, and is an indispensable “two wings” and “two wheels” for building a strong manufacturing country and a network power.”
returning back to the Wuhuan’s City F5G Development White Pape, it provided guidance on “what to do” and “how to do” for the city industry.
The first part of the white paper begins with the macro development trend of F5G and further details the development process, plan, and characteristics. Furthermore, the three main aspects responsible for the strong network connection under every condition. It includes-
- All-optical connection (FFC)
- Enhanced fixed broadband (eFBB)
- Extreme experience (GRE)
At the end of 2021, Wuhan intends to fully implement the construction of a dual-gigabit city and proposes to build a “dual-gigabit city” for mobile and fixed networks.
As of now, Wuhan City is working on building a “5G pilot city”. It’s one of the important gathering areas of the global optical communications industry.