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Huawei's Advanced WTTx: a Boon towards Telecom Operators
By apacciooutlook | Monday, December 03, 2018
TOKYO, JAPAN: Huawei announces the release of its wireless HBB (Home Broadband) solution called WTTx 2.0, an upgraded version of WTTx based on 4G. Improved dimensions of broadband capability, network convergence, O&M, and service provision form the four forces driving WTTx 2.0.
The solution offers easy broadband access with its easy implementation and excellent cost efficiency, driving the use of digital applications. The WTTx Map of WTTx 2.0 helps operators accurately and visibly allocate numbers. The solution adopts cables reserved for power supply or satellite TVs to supply power for outdoor CPEs and transmit signals from outdoor to indoor locations. It supports IPTV services, Smart Home and inherits wired broadband service model.
WTTx 2.0 implements the integrated design of V-Band backhaul and LTE base stations to tackle site backhaul, congregating unlicensed and licensed spectrum resources. It reduces backhaul transmission costs while attaining large capacity and a single-carrier backhaul bandwidth of up to 2 Gbit/s. It helps operators deploy WTTx networks with lower E2E costs and higher rates for the provision of quality broadband services to additional households.
WTTx 2.0 provides a convergence billing system, which integrates WTTx and FBB service billing for operators who provide both services, achieving central service billing without network reconstruction. It provides a diverse range of innovative solutions including massive MIMO, achieving a more than five-fold increase in spectral efficiency, as well as a significant decrease in the cost-per-bit, and Gbps access rates.
"4.5G networks have been widely deployed around the world, while operators are dedicated to deploying 4.5G-based WTTx 2.0 networks, boosting revenue growth and competitiveness,” says Edward Deng, President of Wireless Solution, Huawei. "The newly released WTTx 2.0 will help operators further expand the boundaries of HBB and unlock the latent growth potential of the market."