Monday, 26 June 2017

ZTE upgrades eODN solution for smarter optical network rollouts

ZTE Corporation
Wednesday 23 September 15

ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, announced an upgrade to its eODN optical distribution network solution to make it simpler and faster for operators to install and manage optical networks…

ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, announced an upgrade to its eODN optical distribution network solution to make it simpler and faster for operators to install and manage optical networks.

The upgraded eODN solution offers more convenient service settings, faster fault location and provides more accurate resource information to enable operators to deploy smarter and higher-performance optical networks. The comprehensive end-to-end (E2E) solution covers both the fiber network construction phase and the network management phase, providing a high degree of flexibility.

In the fiber network construction phase, operators may use eODN’s geographical information system (GIS) based fiber network planning software, single core per tube (SCPT) cables, joint closures, and pre-terminated products to build faster and less expensive fiber networks. In the fiber network operation & maintenance (O&M) phase, intelligent electronic labels, online fiber fault monitoring system, traceable patch cords and intelligent sensors make network maintenance much easier and more efficient.

Designed for easy construction, easy management and easy expansion, the upgraded eODN provides new features such as the passive electronic lock, and allows customers to optimise the functions of service setting, data entry, resource management and fault location resulting in smarter networks at the port, node and link levels.


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