PRESS RELEASE: ZTE Corporation announced that it has helped Ningxia Cable TV Network Ltd. to successfully upgrade its IP transport network, upgrading ZTE’s existing ZXR10 T8000 core router to a cluster.
This upgrade will allow Ningxia Cable TV Network to optimize network capabilities and improve network performance to better support traditional services such as broadband and TV, as well as access services. cloud such as convergence media, while accelerating network cloudification and creating service platform-based cloud computing to implement centralized management of service resources.
In 2020, the National Radio and Television Administration began to integrate cable television networks nationwide with the construction of 5G radio and television networks. Ningxia Cable TV Network has set itself the goal of building a reliable, cloud-based IP MAN architecture.
ZTE provides core cluster routers at the core layers of operator networks. The service control layer adopts the C/U separated vBRAS architecture, and the convergence layer is configured with data center switches and SDN controllers. So far, ZTE’s cluster core routers have been put into operation.
As ZTE’s high-end flagship router, ZXR10 T8000 has been performing well for more than a decade since its launch. It has been widely used in carrier backbone networks in 26 provinces (including autonomous regions and municipalities) of China and many other countries. The router integrated with internal chipsets has ultra-low power consumption. It supports millisecond-level fast protection switching and can significantly improve network robustness. It adopts the innovative technologies of SRv6/SDN/FlexE and flexibly supports high-speed interfaces from GE to 400GE, providing high bandwidth for home broadband, 4K/8K HD video and private line services. of business.
In addition, it supports innovative liquid cooling technology, which can effectively reduce the power consumption of the equipment room. It increases overall cooling efficiency by 250% over traditional air cooling and reduces noise by 80% and power consumption by 30%. It is estimated that 96 tons of carbon emissions can be reduced on a single device per year.
With 5G network constructions accelerating in 2021, ZTE’s cluster core router deployments will lay a solid foundation for operators to build high-quality green 5G transport networks, provide differentiated operating services and to create a high quality environment. business development model.
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