Huawei FTTH Terminal Shipments Exceeds 100 Million

  • Huawei
SHENZHEN, CHINA — Huawei, a global information and communications technology (ICT) company, announced that its 100 millionth FTTH terminal (an ONT) has rolled off the production line.

Huawei has followed a path of investing in FTTH technology innovations and launching competitive E2E FTTH solutions while making significant contributions to the standardization of 10G PON, TWDM PON, and WDM PON.

2007 — Huawei released an ONT chip with proprietary intellectual property rights and deployed a commercial large-scale FTTH network in United Arab Emirates.
2008 — Huawei and Verizon jointly carried out a 10G PON test.
2009 — Huawei deployed over 1 million FTTH terminals.
2010 — Huawei, together with China Telecom, Portugal Telecom, and Etisalat UAE, completed its first commercial deployment of 10G PON MDUs.
2011 — Huawei released its 40G TWDM PON prototype and delivered more than 10 million ONTs.
2013 — Huawei deployed the 10G PON ONT office application (FOA) site for British Telecommunications.
2014 — Huawei released an intelligent ONT that supports the smart home service and signed a partnership agreement with Shanghai Research Institute of China Telecom in smart home network development.
2015 — Huawei cooperated with China Unicom, Beltelecom in developing an Internet of Things (IoT)-oriented smart home solution.

The FTTH industry has entered a new period of prosperity. New services, such as 4K TV, virtual reality (VR), and holographic imaging, demand increasingly higher bandwidths. The 100 Mbps fiber networks are being reconstructed into 1000 Mbps networks. Smart home services, including home security, intelligent control, superb entertainment, and online education, will greatly improve user experience. Huawei plans to continue to innovate and promote the development of the FTTH industry.

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