China Telecom and Huawei created a ‘Business Joint Innovation Center (BJIC)’ to jointly develop differential, innovative products that will offer users information and communication services. Both companies invest in joint development, verification, and go-to-market of products to accelerate provisioning of new products and achieve shared success. At the centre’s launch event, China Telecom and Huawei showcased three innovative outcomes of recent cooperation, including Video 3.0, eCloud, and all-optical networks.
For IPTV services, Video 3.0 ensures the best experience including fast channel change, VOD smooth play, a nine-screen guide, a four-screen view, voice search, and personal TV recommendations. Audiences on site experienced real-scenario services based in China via global networks.
eCloud is a public cloud service co-operated by China Telecom and Huawei. At present, the service is growing at a compound monthly growth rate exceeding 30 percent and serves tens of thousands of governments and medium- and large-sized companies. China Telecom presents eCloud as a unified platform and portal for its B2B services and aims to use eCloud to build innovative products for key industries including manufacturing, transportation, and logistics in 2018.
In all-optical networks, China Telecom and Huawei said they deployed the world’s first commercial all-optical backbone network in the vibrant economic regions of the middle and lower Yangtze River. Through a combination of technologies, China Telecom can roll out 100G connection services across provinces in minutes and significantly reduce network construction and operation costs.
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