Huawei’s UBBF to showcase its innovations and address the challenges of fiber optic deployment and IPv6 and IPv6 + transitions
[September 29, Dubai, UAE] Huawei, in collaboration with renowned industry organizations and partners, will hold its 7th Ultra Broadband Forum (UBBF) in Dubai, starting October 19, 2021. The highest level summit in the field of fixed networks, the UBBF serves as a platform. form of communication for operators, digital space partners, standardization bodies, regulators and vertical industry leaders, and has played its role in enabling the sustainable development of the UBB industry. UBBF 2021 opens October 19e.
Created in response to the explosive growth taking place across all sectors of the economy, and particularly in smart manufacturing, distance education, digital finance and smart healthcare, UBBF 2021 also epitomizes an industry forum. special hosted by Huawei, titled “SAMENA Accelerator”, designed as part of the development of innovative IP infrastructure and capabilities for an accelerated digital economy, to be held on October 20e.
The SAMENA accelerator hosted by Huawei, organized in collaboration with the main industrial organization of the South Asia, Middle East and North Africa region (SA-ME-NA), the SAMENA Council, will bring together policy makers, regulators, CEOs of operators and leaders of ICT organizations and organizations to deepen understanding and enable the accelerated deployment of fiber networks, considered one of the greenest and most sustainable ways not only to improve connectivity, but also to move forward towards the sustainable development goals.
Huawei notes that over the years, the costs of deploying fiber have been reduced thanks to both best practices and innovative technological solutions, including patented technologies offered by Huawei. However, some challenges continue to hamper faster deployment of fiber networks, which may benefit from better policy and regulatory support regarding flexibility in partnership agreements, investment incentives, light regulation. , the efficiency of administrative ROW procedures and the establishment of national objectives, broadband plans and action obligations.
Likewise, there is a need within the SA-ME-NA region to recognize and switch to IPv6, as other major countries and regions around the world including the United States, European Union, and China have already published policies and started implementing IPv6. / IPv6 + to adapt to new trends in hyper-connectivity, digital inclusion, Internet of Things, and to help achieve intelligent capabilities in ubiquitous connectivity, ultra-broadband access, automation, deterministic communications, low latency, as well as digital trust and cybersecurity.
One of the main objectives of the UBBF 2021 and the SAMENA accelerator hosted by Huawei within the UBBF is to emphasize the need for the ultra-broadband industry to accelerate the digitization process. with the help of policy makers, regulators and the private sector. sector. For this reason, during the Ultrabroadband Forum 2021, Huawei is collaborating with major global and regional telecommunications operators, industry partners and other influential industry bodies, including the SAMENA Telecommunications Council, to explore new opportunities and meet current challenges within ultra-broadband. industry towards building sustainable and resilient networks that not only extend connectivity and digitally include everyone, but that in a sustainable way provide new space for the growth of new businesses.
While UBBF will present Huawei innovations in cooperation with operators,
Demonstrating how new infrastructure innovations can help accelerate cross-industry and cross-industry growth in the 5G era, the Huawei-hosted SAMENA accelerator will look at specific policy, planning and better approaches. practices to foster innovations for the provision of universal services. broadband access and industrial digitization.