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ICT specialist Huawei has released its 4K video network solution for multiple system operators (MSOs), at ANGA COM 2017 in Cologne, demonstrating 4K video, 4K multi-screen TV, and converged video delivery of traditional CATV and IPTV based on hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) networks. The solution is aimed at supporting MSOs in realising their all-IP video evolution.
Huawei’s 4K UHD solution covers core components including the video operation and delivery platform, bearer network device, converged fibre-coaxial access platform, and video terminal. It is designed to allow MSOs to achieve E2E IP video evolution, and meet consumers’ demands for UHD and personalised multi-screen videos.
According to Huawei, the solution has the following advantages:
Huawei says it is dedicated to innovating HFC networks and UBB integration, claiming a leading role in the DOCSIS 3.1 field. Huawei continues to support MSOs in their video network transformation and building of HFC networks. Currently, Huawei’s D-CCAP solution is widely commercially deployed by mainstream operators in countries and regions such as Asia Pacific (including China), Europe, and Latin America. Huawei says it will continue to innovate CATV networks and video services, help MSOs evolve their networks in7to all-IP ones, and promote the development of omnimedia services.
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