Huawei's Campus OptiX solution meets hotel requirements for developing services such as wireless access, wired access, video, voice, and guest room surveillance.
With the advancement of the Internet, high-broadband services are emerging rapidly, such as multi-media services and cloud services, and high bandwidth now is the basic requirement for all campuses. The all-optical campus services are carried by optical fibers and this campus features nearly infinite broadband.
Voice communications is one of the basic enterprise services. In all-optical campus, one network that integrates data and voice is used to provide traditional analog services, IP voice services, and smart services (such as UC communications inside the campus).
Video display systems, including HDTV, HD video conferencing, and HD multi-media advertisement are now used for information notification. Following this trend, the all-optical network connects various video terminals at high quality and provides non-blocking display with low latency.
Mobile Internet gives rise to wireless access, which demands massive access points (APs). All these APs can surely be connected to the all-optical networks featuring high bandwidth and wide coverage.
Transportation (airports and rail ways) and road surveillance inside campuses require high bandwidth and wide coverage, which can be met by using the all-optical network for its passive long-distance transmission.
The flexible all-optical network topology connects all safety terminals scattered in campuses and commercial applications, such as barriers in car parking systems and access control systems in buildings.