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ZTE to Unveil OTN for Fronthaul at MWC

SHENZHEN, China -- ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the mobile internet, has announced that it will debut the ZXMP M721 OD61, a new optical transport network (OTN) product, at Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, Spain.

The ZXMP M721 OD61 is optimised for fronthaul networks and addresses the growing challenges of common public radio interface (CPRI) facing mobile operators today. The solution features 60G bandwidth capability and multiple service access point availability, efficiently connecting baseband units (BBU) and remote radio units (RRU) to the CPRI interface.

“The ZXMP M721 OD61 is fast, compact, intelligent and designed to help operators cope with the modern challenges of mobile network development,” said Mr. Wei Xiaoqiang, Director of ZTE BN products. “In the LTE era, this solution satisfies rapidly rising CPRI service bearing requirements caused by centralised BBU deployment.”

As large scale deployments of commercial LTE networks increase around the world, more mobile operators have turned to BBU POOL to save precious space for equipment and the manage ever-increasing amount of BBU devices. The urgent challenge for operators, then, is how to effectively connect BBUs and RRUs to the CPRI.

The ZXMP M721 OD61 addresses operators facing multiple service access needs such as CPRI OPTION 2/3/4/5/6/7/8, STM-1/4/16 and GE. It supports point-to-point networking and implements ring networking to achieve effective network protection and DC and AC power supplies. The solution saves equipment space and reduces costs through a variety of installation options, including pole-mounted installation, wall-mounted installation, installation in parallel with RRU and side-mounted installation on RRU.

ZTE Corp. (Shenzhen: 000063; Hong Kong: 0763)

bucholio 2/3/2016 | 3:32:44 PM
Old news!! old news!!! Huawei has this kind of product since a long time ago... :S
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