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SDN&NFV: Tools Enabling Operators to Re-architect Their CO
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10/31/2017  
Over the past decade, operators have gradually completed fiber-deep modernization of their networks, with access networks built with fiber-based technologies such as FTTx, PTN and IP RAN greatly increasing network service-bearing capabilities. Despite this advancement, the booming of Internet services presents challenges for operators in both business model and technology.
A Discussion on the FTTdp@G.fast Network Construction Mode
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10/16/2017  
In recent years, new technologies are developing faster than ever, new services are continuously emerging, and the users’ demands for bandwidth are increasingly urgent, which spur the operators to speed up their broadband networks to suit the changing situation and to face the competition.
5G Transport Solution – Flexhaul
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10/16/2017  
To address transport requirements of 5G networks, ZTE innovatively proposes the Flexhaul solution. Flexhaul is a new-generation E2E network solution oriented to 5G transport and provides an entire SDN-based technology system from L3 to L0.
Key WDM-PON Technologies for 5G Fronthaul
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10/16/2017  
The WDM-PON technology combines the WDM technology and PON topology structure. It has unique advantages in 5G fronthaul applications, including high bandwidth, low latency, fiber savings, easy maintenance, and low costs, and has attracted great attention nowadays.




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