Huawei demonstrated the diverse application potential of its eLTE solution at Critical Communication World Congress 2015 in Barcelona in six specific areas including: rapid deployment; safe city; digital traffic; electric power; eLTE industry alliance achievements; and eLTE industry cooperation.
“As the world’s leading global event for critical communications solutions, CCW is the ideal platform for Huawei to showcase its Huawei eLTE Solution which has effectively helped governments and enterprises around the world improve their operational efficiency and security,” said David Xu, General Manager, Huawei Enterprise Wireless Product Line.
“The effectiveness of the Huawei eLTE Solution is the result of both its advanced features, which include integrated command and visual scheduling, as well as its superior reliability and ability to adapt to harsh environments,” he added.
Huawei looked to promote its eLTE solution through various on-site demonstrations, presentations, and briefings. It also sought to promote openness and establish strong cooperative relationships through its eLTE Industry Alliance partners. The six themes included:
eLTE Safe City Exhibition
Visitors were introduced to services including eLTE terminal trunking dispatching, mobile video surveillance and backhaul, GIS-based visual CAD integrated command platform (GIS positioning and video capturing), and integrated wired and wireless monitoring (IVS interworking, telepresence-based converged video meeting, and interworking with IP phones and phones for public network services).
eLTE Digital Traffic Experience
This section illustrated the challenges associated with the integration of control systems of various city transportation networks (including those for railways, harbours and airports) into a single visualised platform.
The area highlighted case studies on terminals customised for rail transportation, and the range of services involved in the urban rail transit field from communications-based train control (CBTC) and passenger information system (PIS) to trunking dispatch and closed-circuit television (CCTV) carried by a single network.
eLTE Energy Experience
This area enabled visitors to learn how eLTE is applied to energy industries, such as remote meter reading in the electric power industry as well as remote data collection and trunking dispatching in the oil and gas industry. A high-performance eLTE network can provide wide coverage, low delay, high QoS, and high uplink bandwidth to customers from the energy industries.
eLTE Rapid Experience
This section demonstrated how eLTE can be rapidly deployed to meet emergency communication requirements in scenarios such as VIP safety protection and field inspection, and solve communication problems on isolated islands.
eLTE Industry Alliance achievements
This area showed how PCIE module-based industrial broadband multimedia terminals meet requirements in different scenarios and how industry applications are developed based on eSDK, adapting to customer services, meeting international standards and industry consolidation, and seeking new development.
eLTE Industry Cooperation Exhibition
This section showcased how in supporting the needs of industry customers in becoming 4G/4.5G technology powered, Huawei is working with industry partners to develop a visualised eLTE broadband trunking solution for key communications across the entire industry, helping government and enterprise customers continuously improve operation efficiency and security.
For example, eSDK is an open platform for developers, which provides flexible and easy-to-use development tools as well as multi-channel development support services, inspiring developers as well as helping them focus on scheme innovation and simplifying implementation.
Since 2010, Huawei said it has received approval from the 3GPCC for a total of 665 core LTE standard proposals, accounting for 25% of all approved proposals and resulting in Huawei’s first place ranking in this area within the industry.
In February 2015, the LTE broadband trunking B-TrunC formulated by China was officially accepted by the International Telecommunication Union as the first international standard of its kind for Public Protection and Disaster Relief.