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Huawei Mass Transit eLTE Multi-Service Solution

Pre-Sales Training Slides


Department: Transportation Industry Marketing Execution Dept
Huawei Deeply

Understands Understands the Mass


Transit Industry
City Development and Accelerated Economy Require High Mass
Transit Efficiency
Super high Global range:
 Metro 30,000 to 60,000 persons/h
10,098 km
 Light rail 10,000 to 30,000 persons/h
speed Mass Transit Functions
 Maglev
(Shanghai,
 Suburban train 80,000 persons/h Automation China)  Solves the problem of traffic

 Maglev 400+ km/h (super high speed)  CBT (train) congestion in a metropolis.
(US)
 Tramcar  More convenient, fast, safe, and
Heavy-load
energy-efficient.
 Domestic
metro
Electrification  Light rail (Beijing,
 Improves urban spatial layout.
(Germany) China)
 Tramcar (Germany)  Brings social benefits and promotes
(Shanghai, China)
 Underground
 Railroad
carriage
train (London, business prosperity.
UK)
(The Broadway)

“A metropolis without
690 km 1,298 km
metros is incomplete.”

1820 1860 1900 1940 1960 2000 2012

Data source: Wikipedia

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ICT Helps Mass Transit Improve Operation Capacity, Digitization,
and Automation

Before ‘60s to ‘70s ‘80s to ‘90s ‘00s to now


Analog signal communication Digital communications era Digital broadband communication era
era Signal system: computer Automate signal system: CBTC+…
Signal system: relay interconnection ICT: MSTP, WLAN, digital trunking,
interconnection ICT: SDH, wire phone, analog SCADA, and LTE
ICT: Copper-based carrier cluster, and analog trunking Driving speed: < 120 km/h
communications Driving speed: < 80 km/h Departure interval: < 5 minutes
Driving speed: < 40 km/h Departure interval:
Departure interval: > 15 minutes approximately 15 minutes
Functioning as the foundation of mass transit and services, ICT helps mass transit improve operation
capacity and efficiency, accelerate digitization, and enhance safety control.
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ICT-based Mass Transit Development Trends: High Efficiency,
Security, and Satisfaction
Driving: Operation: More Service: More
More Efficient Secure Satisfactory

Dispatching Train control data Operation Public Information Passenger


communications
security security push guidance

Operation Office
Onboard Station Infotainment
communications communications
 Centralized dispatching  Intelligent surveillance  Mobile business
 Automatic driving  Real-time monitoring  Information guide service
 Communications platform  Multi-level association  Real-time travel
information

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Huawei eLTE

Helps Solution Helps


Customers Build
Smart Mass Transit

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application
Huawei Digital Mass Transit Comprehensive Solution
Control Center Diversified services:
Dedicated communications
services, such as surveillance, office,
and Passenger Information System
(PIS)
Operation data Signal services, such as train
Signal system Video surveillance PIS Routine work Train service control and dispatching
analysis

Security and reliability:


The cloud platform supports stable
Cloud Router Server Switch Storage Security
operations of services and
communication systems.
The data center manages system
Compute Pool Storage Pool Network Pool
Data Center data and carries out security
UPS Power supply Infrastructure Management
protection.

Hybrid MSTP
TDM Sustainability:
TDM
End-to-end (E2E)
communications network
IP LTE IP supports technical evolution
and satisfies future service
Stabling yard/ expansion.
Station Multimedia Digital train Rolling stock depot
trunking

Trackside and Onboard

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application
Dual-Plane Unified Carrier Network Solution for Metros
One network: One 4G LTE network incorporates multiple wireless

Office networks.
Dispatching Video Comprehensive monitoring PIS (VoIP/video
surveillance One network supports access of multiple services, such as voice, Closed
conference)
Circuit Television (CCTV), and PIS.
IP SAN IVS
IPPBX Quality of Service (QoS) guarantee: hard and soft pipes; upstream and
eSight
Access switch LTE downstream bandwidth can be configured.
OCC
LTE core network Aggregation switch Long coverage distance (1.2 km), stable handovers, and smooth videos
Strong interference: dedicated frequency points, multiple paths, co-channel
interference, and noises
PIS CCTV Hybrid MSTP
Dual planes: One set of devices provides hard and soft pipes.
The hard pipe carries sensitive services such as dispatching phones and
LTE Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).
The soft pipe carries bandwidth-consuming services such as PIS, video
surveillance, and network access.
Aggregation switch Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) and Packet Transport Network (PTN)

Station LTE terminal planes can be switched, ensuring high reliability.

Access switch Open eSDK interfaces can be used to create a joint complete
solution with industry partners’ systems, solving proprietors’

PIS PA Clock IPC VoIP problems.


OA

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Backhaul through One LTE Network: Low Packet Loss
Ratio, Low Latency, and Full Coverage
Multiple technologies ensure reliable video
backhaul service:
Tunnels are covered with leaky cables. No video
Central application LTE core AR Central
image gets garbled.
server network router workstation
9-level Hierarchical Quality of Service (HQoS)
Ground
Control guarantee ensures that video images have no
Station Play Station Play
switch controller
Center switch controller pixelation.
Core switch
Strong mobility, multiple technologies that
Hybrid MSTP improve anti-interference capabilities, stable
handovers, and no frame freezing
The number of devices is small, which
Display Display
RRU RRU reduces Operation and Maintenance (O&M)
Leaky cable Combiner Combiner Leaky cable
costs and difficulty.
Tunnels share the leaky cables with civil use
facilities through combiners, reducing leaky cable
TAU TAU costs.
Train
 The cell’s diameter is up to 1.2 km, ensuring that
no base station device is needed inside a tunnel.

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Hardware and Software Planes Implement Multi-Service Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Transmission Network Management


System (NMS) BITS
Large bandwidth and high
reliability
Station 2 Station 1 Dispatching Station M Station N  10 GE and higher bandwidth
control
 50 ms protection handover time:
center
< 50 ms

 HQoS

Forward and backward


compatibility, protecting

Rolling customer investment


stock depot  Adopts existing service transmission
modes.

 One set of system supports the pure


SDH plane, hybrid planes, and pure
packet plane.

CCTV PIS OA Other O&M data Dispatching AFC Wireless  SDH maintenance mode does not
CBTC SCADA
phone trunking change.
SDH plane Services requiring high security such as dispatching phones and SCADA use the SDH plane for transmission.
Services that are not security-sensitive, such as video and PIS, use the packet plane for transmission to adapt
Packet plane
to packet bandwidth growth.
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HD Video Backhaul: Full Coverage, Larger Cache, and High-Quality


Images
Video wall HD General dispatching Video Video eSight NMS client Public security
decoder monitoring management application NMS
server
surveillance
server
Municipal public
security Converged fixed and mobile access
surveillance
IP SAN
system Coverage: Supports IP and LTE access.
storage
Metro Public High-quality backhaul: HD and low
Core switch Firewall Switch
OCC/BCC Security Bureau
bandwidth and dynamic bandwidth
Branch
allocation at the packet plane
Compartment
IP SAN storage for media streams
LTE
Ethernet  160 GB super-large cache adapts to
LTE Dedicated Network for Dedicated Network for
CPE Fiber continuous media streams.
Metro Communication Metro Public Security
Coaxial cable 2,800 Mbit/s bandwidth satisfies dynamic
changes in access bandwidth.
Distributed large-capacity storage: A
Media IP SAN Driving Operation
Station Driving server storage monitoring monitoring Rolling single-station’s videos recorded by an HD
monitoring Public security stock IPC can be stored for 30 days.
surveillance
IPC
Aggregation depot Separate storage saves up to 30% space.
switch
Analog
camera Acces Aggregation ONU
s switch OLT
switch Media IP SAN
DVS IPC
server storage
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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Stable and Reliable Transmission Network: Basis of Mass Transit


Service Development
Comprehensive
Control Center Customer Benefits
Telepresence Environmental
monitoring conference control
 Multi-service transmission: Unified
transmission of multiple services such as
AFC PIS OA Broadcast Public Data network
phone voice, narrowband, and broadband services

Rolling stock depot/  High reliability: Cards and devices work in

Station Stabling yard 1+1 redundancy backup mode; Smart


Ethernet Protection (SEP), 50 ms handover

Dispatching Office Dispatching Office CCTV protection; Automatically Switched Optical


phone AFC phone
phone phone Network (ASON); dual homing
Hybrid MSTP
PIS Environmental CCTV
control PIS Environmental OA  Sustainability: Future-oriented for 40G to
control
400G networks and satisfies bandwidth
Data network requirements for at least 10 years.
Clock OA Broadcast Data Clock
network

Train-to-Ground Wireless  New service expansion: Supports fiber


Communications
network operation and provisions Value-
Added Service (VAS).

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Mass Transit Hybrid MSTP Backbone Transmission Solution


U2000 Logical isolation of services
OSN3500
 Supports intersecting and tangent rings.
 Different logical rings support different services.
Site Active Surveillance Center
PEX1 Flexible service deployment

10G and 10 GE OSN7500II 10G and10 GE  Separate deployment of Point-to-Point (P2P) and
Multipoint-to-Multipoint (MP2MP) services
PEX1
Backup Surveillance Center  Supports Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM)
emulation services.
U2000
PEG8/PETF8 Performance
 Fast handover: 50 ms handover between two
points
OSN 7500 II OSN 3500 10 GE—SSN2PEX1  Easy capacity expansion: Addition or deletion of
nodes does not affect services.
GE—SSN1PEG8  Large ring network size: 64 nodes on a single ring
Complete QoS functions
FE—SSN1PETF8 (electrical ports)/SSN1PEFF8 (optical ports)  Priority of ring network channels
TDM: 360G/40G TDM: 200G/20G  Priority of services inside a ring
PKT: 320G PKT: 100G
 Improved bandwidth efficiency
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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Aggregation Services Support Comprehensive Monitoring, Operation


Data, and Centralized Dispatching
Service implementation:
VLANs 1 to 8
VPLS  Services of each site can be sent to both active and standby
Active Surveillance
Center VLAN 7 surveillance centers.
VLAN 2 Primary service
Standby service  Multicast services on a single ring will not be sent to other rings.
Services on one ring are isolated from each other.
System deployment:
 Ring network protection: Each physical ring is configured with an
VLAN 1 VLAN 6
MPLS-TP ring.
 Service deployment: Nodes on each ring are configured with
Virtual Private LAN service (VPLS). The active surveillance

VLAN 3 VLAN 8 center is configured with two VPLSs. Site services are forwarded

Backup Surveillance Center to aggregation points through private networks by site.


VLANs 1 to 8  VLAN planning: Different VLANs are planned for each site.
Services of one site do not affect those of another. Surveillance
center ports are added to VLANs of all sites.

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Multicast Services Support PIS, Broadcast, and Clock

Service implementation:
VPLS
 Multicast services of surveillance centers can be broadcast to

VLAN 9 VLAN 9 each node.


VLAN 9 Primary  One multicast service is configured in a ring, which saves
service network bandwidth.
System deployment:
Active
Surveillance  Ring network protection: Each physical ring is configured with an
VLAN 9 Center VLAN 9
MPLS-TP ring, which is shared by multicast and other services.
 Service deployment: Nodes on each ring are configured with
VPLS. Broadcast services of the active surveillance center are
Backup
VLAN 9 Surveillance VLAN 9 forwarded to downstream nodes through private networks by site.
Center  VLAN planning: The same VLAN is planned for all sites.

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P2P Services Support Video Surveillance, Office, and Inter-Site


Communications
Service implementation:
VPLS  Communications between a site and a surveillance center

VLAN 10 VLAN 10 and between sites


VLAN 10 Primary service System deployment:
 Ring network protection: Each physical ring is configured
Active with an MPLS-TP ring, which is shared by multicast and
Surveillance
Center VLAN 10 other services.
VLAN 10
 Service deployment: Nodes on each ring are configured
with VPLS, which is added to service channels of all other
Backup nodes. This implements all service interconnections.
VLAN 10 VLAN 10
Surveillance
Center  VLAN planning: The same VLAN is planned for all sites.

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Huawei Hybrid MSTP E2E Products

PKT: 320G  Dual planes, unified switching, and


OSN 7500 II
TDM: 360G/40G
complete patch functions:

 Hard and soft pipes: Provides an elastic


Unified OSN 7500 PKT: 160G
soft pipe that can carry services in a
NMS U2000 TDM: 360G/40G
highly efficient manner and implements
PKT: 100G flexible QoS-based service scheduling.
OSN 3500
TDM: 200G/20G Provides a high-quality, secure, and rigid
hard pipe that implements physical
OSN 580 PKT: 200G
TDM: 60G/60G isolation.

PKT: 60G  Flexible adaptation to multiple


OSN 550
TDM: 20G/5G scenarios: Seamless, multimode, and
OSN 500 PKT Version: 7.2G unified transmission of multi-service
TDM Version: 20G/5G
systems in industry application scenarios

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Innovative LTE 4G Technology Ensures High Bandwidth for Train-


to-Ground Wireless Communications
Customer Benefits
 High bandwidth brings a better passenger
NMS
Dispatching experience:
PIS service
Storage Video
Disk Array surveillance Real-time PIS, CCTV, and Wi-Fi services
Trunking Voice recording
Passenger network Signal control  Multi-play improves efficiency:
Core network access
eCN210
Access
router Unified transmission of multiple services such as PIS,
Transport CCTV, signal, trunking communications, and passenger
Network network access
Access
router  Stable network quality:

Supports dedicated frequency bands such as 1.4 GHz and


DBS3900 DBS3900 DBS3900
1.8 GHz. QoS guarantees no interference among services.

TAU600  High-speed movement:

Supports 431 km/h high-speed movement. Services


remain uninterrupted during high-speed movement.

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

LTE Supports Large-Bandwidth Communications, Train Monitoring,


and PIS
Service implementation:
 The control center can display images of train compartments and inter-
EPC cell tunnels in real time.
 The control center can push various operation, guidance, and
entertainment information to trains according to actual situations.

Transport  Network access service for passengers


Network Features:
 All-IP architecture, open interfaces, and multiple systems that can
seamlessly connect to each other
 Supports a maximum of DL 100 Mbit/s and UL 50 Mbit/s
communications bandwidth, allowing unified transmission of various
large-bandwidth services.
 Effectively manages bandwidth allocation for various services that are
transmitted in a unified manner through the system’s QoS management
without affecting services.
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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

LTE Communications-based Voice Trunking Service

Dispatcher PTT Server External network Service implementation:


IP IP  Voice trunking communication between a line and a site,

IP
between a site and a surveillance center, and between
sites
EPC
Features:
 Supports professional trunking functions such as access

eNode B
control, dynamic groups, VGCS/VBS, emergency call,
and group call.
 Push-to-Talk (PTT) function based smart terminals
running Android or iOS Operating System (OS)
Smartphone with Cab radio embedded  LTE communications module can be embedded into
PTT button with LTE module
onboard devices such as a mobile transceiver for easy
deployment.
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Visible Dispatching For Full-Scale Collaboration and Highly-Efficient


Emergency Command Control Center

Video
Voice

Onsite Image

User 1 User 2 User 3

 The control center can distribute the received video and voice information to related group users and implement full-
scale collaboration.
 The system’s QoS management and large bandwidth guarantee high-quality dispatching of multiple channels of voice
and video services.
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Multiple Redundancy Modes Implement High-Reliability System


Architecture
DBS3900 eCNS210

Card-level backup

• MPT and baseband backup flexibly cope with various faults. eCNS210 allows multiple core network
devices to back up each other.
eCNS eCNS

• Supports S1-flex, OAM channel backup, route backup,


and Ethernet repeaters.
eNodeB eNodeB
• Supports multiple fault detection mechanisms such as
Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD), Address • Multiple core network devices can back up each other,
Resolution Protocol (ARP), and Ethernet OAM. implementing 99.999% reliability.

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Multiple Technology Patents Ensure High-Reliability Coverage of Mass


Transit Lines
• Multiple patented technologies and rich network coverage, planning, and design experience implement high-reliability coverage of
mass transit lines.
• The system is verified to support high-speed handovers through tests using a maglev train with a speed of 430 km/h.
450 km/h patented, enhanced APC

algorithm: Compensates for the


Super high-speed handover
Doppler Effect during high-speed
movement, the industry’s only
A B algorithm: Frequency offset-based
technology that supports tests Doppler Effect High-Speed high-speed handover algorithm
based on 450 km/h high-speed Handover reduces service interruption time
movement. caused by handovers (300 ms to
700 ms).

A1 & B1 A1 & B1 A1 & B1


C
Active Network
Reasonable settings of BTS sites, as well as

A1 B1 A1 B1 A1 B1 Coverage of design of cells and antenna feeders
B1 A1 B1 A1 B1 A1
Lines Optimized design of overlapping coverage areas

Standby (handover areas)

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Innovative Distributed Base Station (DBS)

RRU RRU RRU RRU RRU RRU


RRU3004

RRU

BBU3900
BBU BBU

Multiple sites share the same cell: few handovers and easy frequency
BBU DBS point planning

 High reliability: IP65 protection grade and level-1 fog- and mold-proof grade

 Easy deployment: BBU and RRU can flexibly adapt to environments, enabling fast deployment.

 Wider coverage: RRU deployment is close to antennas, improving antenna gain by 3 dBi.

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Huawei LTE E2E Products


Dispatching Server Peripheral Devices for Dispatching
TETRA gateway Dispatching terminal eMRS A/V encoding server
Dispatching

eMDC610

Small Core Network Device Miniature Core Network Device Emergency Communications
Core Vehicle Device
Network eCNS210 eSCN230 eSCN231

BBU RRU Gateway Server


Base
Station O&M

eBBU eRRU eOMC910

Handheld Terminals Onboard Terminals CPE USB Dongle Communications


Module
Terminal

EP650/EP680 EP680 EX EV750 TAU600 EG860 EM710 EM350

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Comprehensive Video Surveillance Data Center Strongly Secures


Railway Line Networks
High  High integration level, small occupied
Integration area, suitable for deployment at sub-
Level stations and compartments.
HQ Video Surveillance Data
Center
 Unified network management and
Intelligent intelligent surveillance lower O&M and
c Management
management costs.

Fast  Line expansion requires fast data center


Station front-end Station throat Railway line Compartment Deployment deployment, which enables fast service
Ticket window and Track maintenance Tunnel and harsh Security and fire deployment.
waiting hall and surveillance environment control surveillance

Comprehensive video surveillance data center requires high integration level and
easy deployment.
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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

IT Service Data Center: Providing a Better Passenger Experience

 Multiple data center solutions adapt


Multiple Data
to different IT service application
Center Solutions
scenarios.

Ticket System Train Forecasting System


 Efficiency improvement, centralized
High Density control, and intelligent management
High Reliability require high-density and high-
reliability data centers.

Data Center
Multiple data center solutions adapt to
different passenger requirements on IT
service data centers.
Station Information System Compartment IT Service System

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Solution Transmission Wireless Application

Huawei Digital Train Solution: Providing Abundant Onboard Services and


Improving Passenger Experience
Customer Benefits
 Enhanced Public Security
Real-time compartment video surveillance
 Profit Growth
Surveillance Center Passenger Service
Millions of USD$ advertising revenue and
Center paid Wi-Fi services
 Improved passenger experience
Transport Network
Real-time guidance information and Wi-Fi
services improve the number of passengers
by 1% to 4%.
Antenna AR Wi-Fi AP WDS LTE  Fast deployment
system CPE
Inter-compartment wireless bridge
deployment does not affect operations.
 Industry standards
Complies with Electromagnetic Compatibility
(EMC) and shockproof standards, such as
EN50121, EN50155, and EN61373.
Data collection Real-time PIS Video Advertising Mobile Office Web browser
surveillance

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Real-Time Video Service

OCC

Real-time
PIS PIS data
DBS
EPC
CCTV

Real-time
surveillance data

When a train is moving, the following functions can be implemented:


Surveillance of driving status and situations inside a compartment
through multiple video channels.
Push real-time videos to passengers to improve passenger satisfaction.

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Network Access Service for Passengers

Multi-functional
Train antenna Wireless AP Wireless bridge LTE access device
access router

Router

Firewall
AP AC
Passengers can enjoy the following LTE 6-in-1 Public
network
CPE Multi-functional access
services through Wi-Fi: access router Media server Switch (UMTS)

Power
Internet access supply Industrial dual-band AP (supports PoE)
protection
eCommerce and mobile office 802.11ac

Access to multimedia information - Up to 1 Gbit/s bandwidth (in Q2, 2013).


- Wi-Fi bridging solves compartment connection
saved on the train Onboard Device
problems.

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Huawei Digital Train E2E Products

 Can be installed outside a train;


Antenna supports IP67 protection grade.

 Flexible deployment
LTE Terminal  High-speed movement

 A single AP supports independent


network access for at least 20 users.
Wi-Fi AP  Supports dual bands and Wireless
Distribution System (WDS).

 Open platform
Multifunctional
 Supports WLAN AC and gigabit
Access Router networks.

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Intelligent Video Surveillance: Implementing All-Around Real-Time


Surveillance and Service Analysis
Decoding Application Media Workstation
Storage
Video wall
server server server Customer Benefits

Improves video retrieval efficiency by

Surveillance Center 80% and remote control efficiency by


over 30% and reduces storage space by
over 50%.
MSTP/Hybrid
LTE
MSTP
WDM/OTN
Intelligent associative alarming, replay,
Station and retrieval improve surveillance
OLT CPE
efficiency by 100%.
ONU

Open surveillance platform can connect

Workstation Storage Streaming to mainstream platforms in the industry.


server server Indoor/outdoor IPC Section Onboard

Advanced coding/decoding and intelligent analysis technologies and platforms ensure surveillance of metro operations
and security, as well as fast emergency response.
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HD, Low Bandwidth, and Strong Error Correction: Implementing


Secure, Visible Operations
 1080p @ 60 fps HD coding  1080p @ 60 fps HD coding capability
HD coding/ capability; clear images, with no  Industry average: 1080p @ 30 fps
decoding streaking, of trains driving at a
coding capability
high speed (270 km/h)

 2 to 4 Mbit/s bandwidth carries 1080p


 Uses few bandwidth resources
Low video @ 30 fps.
when railway network bandwidth
bandwidth  Mainstream industry system: 4 to 8
is limited.
Mbit/s bandwidth

 Strong error correction when the packet


loss ratio is 5%
Strong error  Ensures stable wireless networks
correction and high video quality.  The industry supports only error correction
when the packet loss ratio is 2% to 3%, and
video quality on wireless networks cannot
be ensured.

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Intelligent Analysis: Meeting Various Disaster Prevention Surveillance


and Public Security Demands
Station Boundary Disaster Prevention
Intelligent Security Check Perimeter Guarding
Crossing Surveillance Surveillance

Key Facilities Surveillance Emergency Command

 95% facial recognition ratio applies to railway security check and criminal recognition and is superior to independent
smart analysis modules provided by video surveillance device vendors in the industry.
 The Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) system automatically identifies security events and sends associative alarms
to quickly respond to the events, saving labor and improving efficiency.
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Separate Storage: Implementing More Efficient Storage


Key frames Non-key frames
I frame P frame Video frame
reference relations
 Supports frame
PC client
There are certain reference relations between video
extraction storage
LAN/WAN frames. The reference relations must be specified to technology that extracts
Input video ensure that discarding some frames has no impact
data into the on other frames. non-key frames multiple
Video data
IP SAN. times, reducing storage
space by 30%.
IVS central server IP SAN
(management center + Save recorded
media unit) videos First frame
File retrieval extraction

The server saves 15 to 30 days


storage space by  SafeData storage
discarding certain Second frame
frames regularly, for extraction technology, making
example, every 15 read/write more secure
days.

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Full-Series Products for Comprehensive Video Surveillance

IVS Platform
VS-EC-D24R VS-EC-H29R VS-EC-D21S VS-EC-H21S IVS platform Storage

DVS/DVR/Decoder
VS-DC-D24F VS-DC-H21F DVR Onboard DVR

IP Camera (IPC)
VS-IPC-H12P-W/- VS-IPC- VS-IPC-
eSpace IPC5701-P eSpace IPC5601-P
E/-C H14M H23C-PoE

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Huawei Converged Communications Solution: Implementing One Network


for Orderwire, Office Voice, and Data
OCC U1960 EMS Application server
(optional)
Customer Benefits
(RH2285)

E1 POTS

 Efficiency improvement: Supports converged


IP
voice, video, and data communications, access

IAD of multiple terminals, and mobile office.

IP phone Soft client


 High-reliability and mature platform: Supports
Fax
Analog disaster recovery in hot standby mode and
phone
hundreds of millions of users on public networks.
IP IP

 Sustainable investments: The IP architecture


IAD IAD
POTS supports service-control separation and optical
… POTS

Station 1 Station N access.

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Integrated Design Ensures Flexible Access and Multi-Service


Transmission

Audio Conference
Access on a business trip

IP PBX
Built-in VMS Access at home
Key features:
• Easy and convenient access using any terminal,
anytime, anywhere
• Multiple access modes: system convening, host
convening, and access code
Access in an office • Easy conference creation (scheduled conference and
instant conference)
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Full-Series Orderwire Phone Products

IP PBX
U1960 U1980
Built-in Video Management Software
(1,000 SIP users) (VMS) storage; supports BRI. (10,000 SIP users)

Gateway
EGW1530A IAD208E(M)
(36 SIP users) (8 FXS)

IP Phone
7810 7820 8850

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Huawei Wins Respect

Advantages through Solution


Highlights and
Development

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eLTE Wireless Solution Comparison
No. Solution Highlights Customer Benefits Huawei's Competitors

Supports simultaneous transmission of real-time PIS,


LTE supports high-bandwidth and high-speed
CCTV, and voice services, simplifies networking and EADS, MOTO, H3C, and NSN cannot
1 movement, broadband trunking, and integrated voice
maintenance, and reduces Capital Expenditure provide 4G LTE.
and data services.
(CAPEX).
Distributed base stations help customers simplify
Compared to Macro Base Stations
network construction, make networking more flexible,
(MBSs) of Huawei’s competitors,
2 Huawei’s DBSs cover multiple complex scenarios. improve signal coverage quality, call quality, and Key
Huawei’s DBSs reduce cost and network
Performance Indicators (KPIs) (reducing the number
construction time by over 50%.
of handovers), and reduce CAPEX.

3 Key devices support remote disaster recovery. Guarantees high service stability and reliability. More reliable system

Currently, Huawei’s competitors have no


such capability in enterprise network and
Huawei has many branches that are widely distributed
wireless network fields. Specifically, they
4 across the globe and can provide convenient Responsive technical support
have no capability of providing
localization services.
localization service in developing
countries and regions.

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Network Transmission Solution Comparison and Analysis (C)

Why Huawei Why Not C Customer Benefits

ASON technology: Optical networks have a Complex transport network and dynamic
powerful networking capability and can simplify Does not support ASON solutions. protection, improving network reliability and
Transport network O&M and management. simplifying network O&M.
Network
Deeply collaborates with routers and access Huawei’s in-depth convergence solution
Products network products and provides IP + Optical Provides no solution that converges
provides service functions that a single product
with data products.
synergy and PON over OTN convergence solutions. cannot implement.

EPON and GPON share the same platform, which EPON and GPON do not share the GPON is the development trend of optical
access. A unified platform can help users’
enables the EPON to seamlessly switch to the same platform. CAPEX is high during
EPON seamlessly evolve to the GPON,
GPON. evolution.
maximizing users’ Return on Investment (ROI).
During transition from EPON to GPON, use of
Access EPON/GPON auto-sensing module simplifies
the EPON/GPON auto-sensing module prevents
Provides no EPON/GPON auto-
PON replacement of ONU devices. Customers only
product stocking and logistics. sensing module.
need to upgrade their OLT platform. In this way,
their existing investment can be protected.
“ONU + EOC” integrated device, which is more
Provides no integrated broadcast One Network Element (NE) is reduced, which
suitable for bidirectional broadcast and TV network
and TV access device. lowers maintenance workload.
reconstruction

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4 TRUST
Huawei Wins Global
Mass Transit Customers’
Trust by Leveraging Its
Capabilities

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Recognition: Huawei Serves a Growing Number of Railway Customers

65,000 km railway lines 1.4B passengers/year


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Integration: Huawei’s Insights into the Industry Gradually Improves
Compatibility
Certifications Awards

 TUV Rheinland certification


 China’s National Science and Technology Progress
Prize (Daqin Railway GSM-R)
 Lloyd’s certification

 DB Lab completes an interoperability test between Huawei


 World Railway Forum Technology Innovation Award
Internet of Things (IoT) devices and non-Huawei IoT devices (Zhengzhou Metro LTE)

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Leadership: Huawei Proactively Participates in International
Standards Organizations and Promotes Industry Development
Recognition Contribution
Participates in 130 international standards organizations, holding
2012 GTB
89 chairs
Innovation
Award LTE TDD innovation Network  Delivered 25,000 drafts to standards organizations (by Jun 30,
2011)

2012 LTE
World Award

LTE Key Commercial The Best EPC Network


Established 293 LTE core standards.
Contribution

293 Source: 3GPP, June 2012


300 228 211 206
2011 LTE 159
World 200 131
Award 100
LTE commercial The Best LTE
Deployment Network 0 Huawei ALU Ericsson NSN Samsung Qualcomm

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Huawei Serves 17 Cities with 42+ Metro Lines by Leveraging Its
10 Years of Experience

Chongqing Metro

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Chongqing, Xi'an, and Kunming Metro Data Transmission Networks:
Adequately Protecting Train Service Operations
Access Video xxxxx Application Large-screen display
Storage server authentication management Network AC
server management

Customer Requirements and Challenges Control


Center

Customer The metro communications system


Access
router

Developing mass transit is experience Firewall Coder/decoder


must provide mobile communications, Large-screen
display
Media
server Information Data center
Information
Media
server
Large-screen
display
an effective way to solve improvement display core switch
display

Wi-Fi, and entertainment information


traffic jam problems.
services for passengers. Aggregation

Coder/decoder

Coder/decoder
Access Firewall

Camera
Layer switch

Camera
Core switch

The information system Aggregation


switch
Station Station
Aggregation
switch
must guarantee no failure Wireless
Demand-driven Safety is top of communication for train Access

development priority driving and dispatching.


Onboard AP

Onboard Media
Service server Onboard
switch

Huawei Solution Best Practices


 Provides a stable and reliable metro data network that carries multiple
services, such as train dispatching, video surveillance, automatic ticket
sales and checking, and mobile communications, in a highly efficient
manner.
 Provides high-quality mobile communications and high-speed Wi-Fi
access for passengers, improving passenger experience.
 Applies to multiple systems such as CCTV, OA, AFC, and ACC.
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LTE Aids Zhengzhou Metro to Improve Passenger Experience
LTE network lays a foundation for multi-
Customer Requirements and Challenges service integration and expansion.
• Wi-Fi coverage of the live network was poor and unstable when the train was moving.
• Zhengzhou Metro lacked real-time video surveillance inside compartments. The emergency dispatching
Bandwidth can be
system had low availability.
seamlessly upgraded.
• The Public Address (PA) system inside compartments was poor when the train was moving.
• Zhengzhou Metro hoped to build an all-in-one network that integrated train control, train dispatching, and
PIS systems.

Huawei Solution
• Provides an LTE-based railway private network coverage that integrates the PIS system.
Through software upgrades, the network will provide train control and dispatching functions PA and HD video surveillance
in the future. inside a compartment
• Provides 6 Mbit/s uplink and downlink bandwidth for a single train, which can be scaled to
48 Mbit/s bandwidth in the future.
• Provides high-reliability coverage when the train is moving at a high speed (120 km/h).
Professional QoS technology supports coexistence of multiple services.

Customer Benefits
• Real-time PA information delivery inside a compartment improves passenger experience.
• Real-time HD video surveillance inside a compartment provides effective references for
emergency events.
• A single broadband network lays a foundation for multi-service integration in the next stage.

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Wireless Coverage Solution for Osaka Metro in
Japan: Implementing Internet Access Anywhere,
Anytime
Sapporo
-39°C

Sendai

Tunnel Coverage
Tokyo
densest
Nagoya Osaka Metro
Osaka

• Huawei delivers a turnkey project that covers solution design and device moving
and installation, completing installation of 600 sets of devices at over 300 sites.
• Operation is good and the number of users multiplies. Huawei’s solution fully
satisfies the customer’s requirement for real-time bandwidth.
• Provides full wireless coverage for metros and underground streets in Tokyo,
Station Coverage
Nagoya, Osaka, Sendai, and Hokkaido.

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Video Surveillance System for Singapore Metro
Customer Requirements and Challenges
 The metro system features closed spaces and a high population
concentration, making it a target for terrorist attacks.
 In 2011, metro accidents compelled the Singapore government to improve
metro operation quality.
 The Singapore government must supervise the transaction process and
improve service experience and security.

Huawei Solution
 Provides site surveillance devices for 80 metro stations.
 Provides devices of diversified specifications, which meet different
environmental requirements for different metro scenarios.
 Effectively manages and records voice and images, ensuring high-quality
metro services.

Customer Benefits
 Huawei provides the customer with a management platform for supervising
the service quality.
 Real-time video surveillance of metro service operations prevents deliberate
sabotage.
 Huawei provides onsite information for emergency commanding to prevent
disasters and enhance public security.

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Dual-Plane Transmission Solution: Helping Reconstruct Moscow Metro
Communications Network
STM-16 and10Line
GE 3
Aggregation
STM-16 and10 GELine 1 Line 5
Aggregation
Aggregation Line 4
Line 6
Aggregation Aggregation
Control Center STM-16 and10 GE
STM-16 and10 GE (master)
STM-16 and10 GE
Line 8
STM-16 and10 GEAggregation
Control Center
STM-16 and10 GE (Standby)
Line 10
Aggregation STM-16 and10 GE
STM-16 and10 GE Line 7
Line 9 Aggregation
Aggregation Line 2 Line 11+L1
STM-16 and10 GE
Aggregation Aggregation
STM-16 and10 GE
STM-16 and10 GE
STM-16 and10 GE

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Partnership: Huawei Teams Up with Its Partners to Help Customers
Achieve Business Success

Helping Customers Achieve Business Success

Industry Partners Consulting/Design Partners

Partners (100+)

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5
Huawei

Help Provides
Friendly Help,
Anywhere,
Anytime

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Huawei’s Channel Resources: How to Obtain Documentation and Help
Resource 1: Huawei Enterprise Business Official Website
 Channel Partner Policy
http://enterprise.huawei.com/en/partners/partners-zone/channel-data- – Huawei’s channel partner policy
tool/index.htm  Channel Partner Search
– Search channel partners.
Partner Application
– Become a Huawei channel partner.
For Partners
– Obtain Huawei’s technical support
(documentations and tools) anywhere, anytime
Resource 2: Documentation problem feedback email Resource 3: User guide for channel documentations

How can I provide feedback


about documentation problems
and give suggestions?

enterprise_channel@huawei.com

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Channel Documentation Bookshelf

Branding Bidding Training


Case Studies Main Slides Brochures Sales Guides White Papers
Resources Documents Resources
Website
List of Product
http://enterprise.huawei.com/en/partners
Product Brochure Pre-Sales Training Technology
Success Story Key Messages Specifications Sales Highlights
Product Pictures (Compact Version) Material White Paper
Collection
Product Comparison
Main Slides (High- Product Brochure Table Sales Strategy Guide Technical FAQ
Advertorial (Detailed Version)
Level)
Ordering Guide
Exhibition Rollup Main Slides (Tech-
At-a-Glance Milestone
Banner Level)
Announcement

Journal of Channel Feature Brochure Product Overview


Publicity
Product Hardware
Exhibition Hall Visit Card Brochure Description
Guide
Technical Proposal
Showcase Site Visit
Guide Network Admission
Certificate
Email
Network Entry Test
Report

Documentation enterprise_channel@huawei.com
Third-Party Report
suggestion feedback
User Report toni.hu@huawei.com

Other Test Reports

Awards and
Certificates

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How to Get Pre-Sales Support?

enterprise_channel@huawei.com
Huawei’s Channel Manager
Huawei’s Distributor Contact Person
Partner/Customer

Call Center
24x7 pre-sales support via email and phone:
 Become a Huawei partner
400-822-9999  Product and solution consulting
 Questions related to pre-sales
Partner/Customer

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