Huawei has today launched the NE40E-F1A router, which is claimed to be the industry’s earliest cloud-scale programmable router which supports ultra-high-density interfaces and gives a peak capacity of a staggering 2 Terabits per minute. Unveiled at the fifth Ultra-Broadband Forum (UBBF 2018) in Switzerland, the NE40E-F1A router is geared toward delivering a superior performance in regards to demanding functions involving 5G, 4K, and VR services.
Along with presenting the NE40E-F1A router, Huawei also introduced a 600G ultra-high-speed optical system solution that is touted to provide the greatest single-fiber capability of an impressive 40T in its own class. The new network alternative relies on the organization’s OptiXtreme oDSP processors which help deliver a flexible single-wavelength speed of around 600G.
Huawei points which the exodus of operators involving a dispersed telco cloud for providing better solutions associated with 5G connectivity, VR, etc. has generated a lot of problems like improved traffic between data centres and link doubts. On the other hand, the NE40E-F1A router SRv6 flexible programming, modular layout and plug-and-play capacity conquer the aforesaid issues and facilitates the development of a scalable and flexible automatic system for telecom operators.
“The simplified metro structure is the future direction for telco cloud bearer creation. Huawei provides a complete selection of cloth routers to construct a scalable, programmable, and highly automatic next-generation simplified metro community, allowing telco cloud solutions in numerous situations”, President of Huawei’s, Router & Carrier Ethernet Product Line, Jeffry Gao stated in an official media statement concerning the new router that leverages Huawei’s CloudMetro network alternative.
In terms of the organization’s freshly-released 600G Ultra-High-Speed Optical Network Option, Huawei asserts it will tackle the telecom operators’ on-demand requirement for UHS transmission systems that may lessen the’total cost of ownership’ (TCO) and bring down the per-bit transmission price. The Chinese firm’s new optical system solution provides a spectral efficiency of 8 bit/s/Hz, which can be maintained to the very best in the business and 50% higher than the current single-wavelength 400G technology.