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China Telecom to Deploy Huawei's MEC Solution for a Refinery

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China Telecom to Deploy Huawei's MEC Solution for a Refinery Image Credit: Huawei

China Telecom is leveraging Huawei's Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) solution to build an open and flexible intelligent private network for Zhenhai Refining and Chemical, a large holding subsidiary and key enterprise directly under China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation. 

China Telecom's Ningbo branch will deploy Huawei's [email protected] solution on its commercial 4G network. The solution enables local management and local operation of services, including local traffic break out (LBO), local traffic charging and control. It also caters for real-time and high-bandwidth service requirements for video surveillance, mobile office, and on-site data collection and transmission.

Upon the completion, users of Zhenhai enterprise private network can access various networks based on customized requirements. The MEC network enables access to both the enterprise private network and public network services, as well as network isolation within the enterprise park.

Zeng Weimin, GM of China Telecom, Ningbo Branch
Huawei’s [email protected] solution can use existing wireless network resources in the Zhenhai Refinery project to improve the processing capabilities of low-latency and high-bandwidth services, and to meet the requirements of local operation and management. 

Dai Jisheng, VP of Huawei Packet Core Network 
Smart factory is a major MEC application scenario. Service containers are built at the network edge to meet local service requirements and enhance network capabilities. MEC is one of the 5G network enabling technologies. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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