Network 2025 Enabling APAC Business Success

Asia's Tech News Daily
Network 2025 Enabling APAC Business Success

Gary Lu, President of Network Marketing & Solution Sales Department, Huawei

The Asia Pacific Target Network Conference themed “Consolidate Elastic Target Network, Unlocking New Digital Value” concluded online on October 8. Around 500 professionals from government agencies, standards organisations, enterprises, carriers, and industry mainstream vendors attended this conference.

At this conference, Huawei worked with leading regional operators such as PLDT, Telkom Indonesia, Globe and CMI etc., to discuss the intelligent target network architecture and highlight the value of the transport network.

On the first day of the conference, Gary Lu, President of Network Marketing & Solution Sales Department at Huawei, delivered the keynote speech on “Network 2025, Enabling Business Success”. In his keynote speech, Lu addressed that the future is still full of “uncertainty”. Facing those uncertainties, he called on the ICT industry to work closely to enable future deterministic business success through Network 2025.

Delta variant, once again casts a shadow of uncertainty over the world. According to a 3rd party survey, 68% of business leaders take “economic uncertainty” as the biggest risk. The ICT industry is also facing the challenges of uncertainty. Networks are impacted by the pandemic. Network traffic, traffic direction and service requirements are more difficult to predict. The uncertainty of business and network directly raises two questions: “What business should I invest in?” and “Where is the most valuable place should I invest first?”

“Fortunately, we have seen joint efforts by governments, industry organisations, and carriers around the world to cope with the future uncertainty by leveraging the certainty of ICT development,” said Lu. Fiberization, enterprise cloudification and industry digitalisation will accelerate one-to-three years earlier than before. More countries, organisations, and carriers have proposed mid to long term strategic objectives for green ICT energy conservation and emission reduction.

NetX2025, GUIDE TO THE Future, Network is the Cornerstone

On this background, Huawei proposed the “NetX2025, GUIDE TO THE Future”. NetX2025 uses the GUIDE model: Gigabit Anywhere, Ultra-Automation, Intelligent Multi-cloud Connection, Differentiated Experience, and Environmental Harmony to guide the network construction, plan target network together with carriers, and use the certainty of ICT infrastructure to better cope with future uncertainties, helping carriers to achieve business success and green sustainable development.

Network is the cornerstone of NetX2025, network architecture is the basis for supporting services. A good architecture design can save money. How the network should evolve to embrace the coming of future business? There has four principles can be considered as guideline for carriers’ target network evolution:

Fibre Infrastructure: Optical fibre is the foundation of the entire network. Based on fibre grid planning toolkit, it will achieve full-service development in the next 20 years at the optimal cost, covering as much target users as possible with shortest fibre distance and fulfil the service access requirement for home broadband, enterprise, and mobile services together with high value users. Management of passive network as always, is one of the most important requirements of FBB networks. In the legacy network, fibre resources are invisible and unmanageable. With Huawei’s Quick Digital ODN solution, these problems can be resolved. Passive network becomes visible, greatly improving the accuracy and efficiency of fibre resource O&M.

All Optical-Base: The optical network is the main artery of the entire network. To ensure the healthy development of the network, the main artery must be: congestion free, low latency, and high reliability. 3D-Mesh backbone evolution, OTN to high value metro/edge sites and enable ASON are the three requirements to determine the evolution directions of the optical network and allow carriers to monetise SLAs differentiation.

Converged IP Bearer: The future IP architecture must be simplified, elastic, and intelligent. IP network evolution needs to be carried out from the following aspects: (i) a simplified fabric architecture, (ii) build a full-service, congestion-free platform with 100GE ready at the access layer and 400GE ready at the aggregation/core layer, and (iii) enable SRv6 at the A and Z nodes, seamlessly connect with the MPLS network and achieve minute-level TTM. Based on link values, enable SRv6 hop-by-hop, gradually realise entire network automatic optimisation and end to end deterministic experience assurance.

Intelligent Management, Control and Analysis Platform: A “Smart Brain” is also needed on top of network devices to help us achieve our vision of autonomous driving network. This “Smart Brain” will be a platform that integrates network management, control, and analysis. 3 phases of evolution: openness and easy integration, network automation, and intelligent O&M.

Over the past year, with consistently explored the evolution of the target network with global partners hand in hand, Huawei deeply understand that how complicated the FBB network is from planning to construction, the digital platform plays a very important role for target network evolution to bridge business and network construction. Huawei’s digital platform is based on our long-term accumulated experience in the industry and its capability has improved significantly over the past years. More scenarios are supported, such as AirPON Faster ROI, Network Energy Efficiency assessment.

“Network 2025 precisely links network planning, network investment, service development and business success. Facing the uncertainties, let’s work closely to achieve future deterministic business success through Network 2025,” said Gary Lu.

Internet Explorer Channel Network
Asia's Tech News Daily
News Related


RISC launches ‘Fahsai Mini'

RISC applies its research to produce new air-purifying tower that reduces particles and germs Assoc. Prof. Dr. Singh Intrachooto, Chief Advisor to Research & Innovation to Sustainability Center (RISC) by ... Read more »

Construction crane collapses onto rented rooms, kills 1, injures 3

People gather at the construction site in Bang Bo district, Samut Prakan where a tall crane collapsed late on Tuesday morning, killing one person and injuring three others. (Photo: @rkupreng ... Read more »

Chana industrial estate protesters dispersed, 36 arrested

Protesters against the government’s Chana Industrial Estate project in Songkhla province rally under a tent in front of Government House on Monday night. (Photo supplied) Crowd control police on Monday ... Read more »

Newborn child rescued from garbage bin

Rescue volunteers care for the newborn after lifting her from the garbage bin where she was found abandoned in Bang Kapi district, Bangkok, in the early hours of Tuesday. The ... Read more »

King Cobras take on illegals at border Special army unit leads efforts to stem rise in people smuggling in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Soldiers make their way through a rubber farm as they head to the Tanaosi mountain range in Prachuap Khiri Khan where they are working to stem the inflow of illegal ... Read more »

Five injured in expressway pileup

The damaged front of the pickup that first ran into the rear of a line of stopped vehicles on the Burapa Withi expressway in Samut Prakan’s Bang Phli district on ... Read more »

Dead gaur found just outside game reserve

The dead female gaur near Wat Khlong Sai Thammasak, found 500 metres from a game reserve in Nakhon Ratchasima’s Wang Nam Khieo district on Monday. (Photo: Prasit Tangprasert) NAKHON RATCHASIMA: ... Read more »

New "Stop Global Warming" supporters at the Bangkok Post International Forum

“Stop Global Warming” is Bangkok Post Foundation's latest campaign to raise awareness of the danger of global warming. Moreover, the foundation supports education for needy students under the care of ... Read more »

3,525 new Covid cases, 31 more deaths

A woman receives a dose of Covid-19 vaccine at the main inoculation centre at Bang Sue Grand Station on Monday. The government is calling on more people to be vaccinated, ... Read more »

A modern-day bard John Cooper Clarke chronicles his life from mechanic to a punk poet in autobiography I Wanna Be Yours

John Cooper Clarke, Britain's “punk poet” has had an interesting life. Now 72, the “Bard Of Salford” recalls the highs (and there were a lot) and lows in a rambling, ... Read more »

A surreal universe is explored through art

The Revolution by Tanya Tansaringkan. photo courtesy of River City Bangkok A surreal and spectacular universe is presented on canvas during “Variety Surreal: Fashion Interpreted Onto Canvas” at River City ... Read more »

Beyond the sea Secrets to softened skin lie underwater

Instead of green, blue symbolises Biotherm's eco-conscious spirit, particularly in preserving aquatic and marine life. Its Blue Beauty philosophy encompasses renewable ingredients, formulas that respect the ocean, sustainable design solutions ... Read more »

Central market designed to help small farmers

Food photos courtesy of Pisanu Jingjai Farmers' Market, a well-received agro-centric retail campaign that first rolled out three years ago at Central Plaza Udon Thani, is now popping up in ... Read more »

Film of the Year series concludes with award-winning Whale Rider

A scene from Whale Rider. photo courtesy of RCB Film Club RCB Film Club will conclude its “Film of the Year” series with Whale Rider (2002), a rare and remarkable ... Read more »

The stars align in Red Notice The most thrilling scenes for lead actors in this Netflix action-packed original were subdued

Gal Gadot as ‘The Bishop’. Frank Masi/Netflix © 2021 Whether you are a fan of big-budget action or heist genre films, seeing massive Hollywood stars like Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne “The ... Read more »

Campaign launched to promote digital IDs Platform could have several valuable uses

ETDA is accelerating efforts to improve people’s quality of life through digital tech adoption, says Mr Chaichana. The Electronic Transactions Development Agency (ETDA) has launched a campaign to promote the ... Read more »

It Was a Pretty Good Year in Car Business -- Except for Suppliers Auto-parts suppliers faced myriad cost pressures and largely missed out on industry's heady pricing

Peter Anthony, the head of a Chicago-area auto supplier, has spent much of this year feeling left on the sidelines in an industry delivering solid profits to car makers and ... Read more »

Kohl's Urged to Consider Sale by Activist Investor Activist Engine Capital sends letter also pressing department-store chain to consider a separation of its e-commerce business

Kohl’s in November reported better-than-expected fiscal third-quarter earnings and raised its full-year guidance. Getty Images/AFP An activist investor is urging department-store chain Kohl's Corp. to consider a sale of the company ... Read more »

Asia Biomass banking on shift to greener strategy

Growing concern over greenhouse gas emissions and a business diversification plan are expected to benefit Asia Biomass Plc (ABM), Thailand's largest biomass fuel trader and producer, as its revenue is ... Read more »

Customs mulls non-tariff rule for cheap imports

The Customs Department plans to introduce a non-tariff measure to bridge the disparity between low-priced goods shipped into Thailand that are tax-exempt and goods locally produced by small and medium-sized ... Read more »

Local unicorn trio prove naysayers wrong Timing and developing a market niche helped all three, writes Nuntawun Polkuamdee

Mr Komsan started Flash Express in 2018 with 400 million baht. Within five years, Mr Komsan wants Flash to be a regional top-three firm in the logistics business and targets ... Read more »

The new financial tribes Thai consumers enthusiastic adopters of new digital financial products and services, says financial software specialist Mambu

Some 93% of Thai banking customers say the availability of online or digital services through their bank is important, according to a new report by Mambu, a digital financial services ... Read more »

Luxury car market tabbed for double-digit growth in 2021

The luxury car market in Thailand is expected to keep expanding with double-digit growth this year, despite the impact of lockdown measures implemented to contain the spread of Covid-19. Demand ... Read more »

Volvo urges focus on mass market for EVs Incentives needed for Thais to purchase

The latest car models including electric cars are displayed at this year’s Motor Expo. Pattarapong Chatpattarasill Volvo Cars (Thailand) wants the Thai government to strike a balance between aiming to become ... Read more »

Course operator taps into growing interest in golf

A small three-metre deep potted bunker, called ‘Big Ass,’ at the 18th hole is a highlight of Siam Country Club Bangkok, a new golf course on Bang Na-Trat KM 22 ... Read more »

Foreign demand still tepid Rebuilding the international tourism market will likely take years, writes Dusida Worrachaddejchai

Foreign tourists arrive at Suvarnabhumi airport on the first day of the country’s reopening, Nov 1. REUTERS The country's reopening on Nov 1 marked the first step towards rebuilding the battered ... Read more »

'Vijit' prints seen near Mae Wong

Footprints found in Kamphaeng Phet suggest that Vijit, a Bengal tiger which strayed out of the forest in Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary in Uthai Thani last week, is heading ... Read more »

Country on course to achieve 1.2% growth this year

Thailand is on course to achieve economic growth of around 1.2% this year, said government spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana, adding the economy is likely to grow by 3.5-4% next year. Thailand’s ... Read more »

Bird strike blamed for F-5 fighter jet crash

A bird strike was the probable cause behind the crash of an F-5 fighter jet last Friday during training in Lop Buri's Chai Badan district, injuring the pilot, according to ... Read more »

Govt eyes face-to-face Apec meets Covid situation may allow such talks

Phuket: Thailand, the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) 2022 host country, plans to organise physical meetings year-round amid the emergence of the coronavirus' Omicron variant, said the permanent secretary for ... Read more »

Cobras take on illegals at border Special army unit leads efforts to stem rise in people smuggling in Prachuap Khiri Khan, writes Wassana Nanuam

Soldiers make their way through a rubber farm as they head to the Tanaosi mountain range in Prachuap Khiri Khan where they are working to stem the inflow of illegal ... Read more »

Govt urges Thais to hit 100m trip mark

The government is encouraging more Thais to travel to stimulate local tourism as it hopes to see 100 million domestic trips by them by the end of the year. Rachada ... Read more »

Judgement day looms for Premchai After four years, Supreme Court set to decide fate of Italian-Thai Development chief in poaching case, write Saritdet Marukatat and Piyarat Chongcharoen

In this photo taken on Feb 4, 2018, President of Italian-Thai Development Plc Premchai Karnasuta, centre, and three of his staff are arrested for hunting in Thung Yai Naresuan Sanctuary, ... Read more »

'Don't panic over Omicron' Business chiefs warn against lockdown

Business leaders are urging the public not to panic over the discovery of Thailand's first Omicron coronavirus variant infection, saying a lockdown will spell disaster for the economy, which is ... Read more »

Myanmar job seekers arrested after accident

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: About 10 Myanmar nationals were caught after a van they were travelling in hit a power post in Thung Song district on Monday afternoon. Thanapol Tungsee, the ... Read more »

Kirin files for arbitration to end deal with Myanmar military entity

TOKYO: Kirin Holdings Co said on Monday it has filed for commercial arbitration to terminate its joint venture partnership with Myanma Economic Holdings Public Co, calling for a “fair and ... Read more »

Thailand detects first Omicron Covid case

An airport staff member talks to a traveller at Suvarnabhumi Airport on Nov 15 2021. (Photo: Somchai Poomlard) Thailand has detected its first case of Omicron. The coronavirus variant was ... Read more »

Pick-up hit by bomb, forest ranger injured

A pick-up truck is seen on Road 4107 in Rangae district of Narathiwat on Monday after it was damaged by a roadside bomb. (Photo: Abdullah Benjakat) NARATHIWAT: A forest ranger ... Read more »

1 tourist killed, 8 injured in van crash

Rescuers help passengers of a van after it crashed while descending from Doi Ang Khang in Fang district of Chiang Mai on Monday. (Photo: Panumet Tanraksa) CHIANG MAI: A van ... Read more »

Asia's biggest flower market makes stars out of influencers

E-commerce is big business in China and influencers and livestreamers have made their fortunes showcasing products for luxury brands and cosmetics firms, now the nation’s horticulture industry is getting in ... Read more »
On you will find lots of free English exam practice materials to help you improve your English skills: grammar, listening, reading, writing, ielts, toeic