Huawei has released its new flagship GPON ONT, the Huawei EchoLife K5 Pro, which complies with the latest TR-398 Wi-Fi performance test standard released by the Broadband Forum (BBF).
This flagship device delivers a carrier-class Wi-Fi service to users, providing full coverage in homes and an ultra-HD video experience.
In large apartments and houses, although the access bandwidth can be as high as 100 Mbps, common Wi-Fi devices are unable to provide whole-home coverage, says Huawei. This results in poor performance and service experience, especially as new services such as 4K/8K video, online games, and IoT become more popular. “Existing home networks struggle to realise the high-speed experience required in many home network service scenarios,” said the company.
The EchoLife K5 Pro, Huawei’s flagship GPON ONT, is designed to resolve many of the issues found on Wi-Fi networks for smooth playback of 4K videos, such as signal conflicts, severe interference, poor coverage, and low throughput, which negatively affect home user experience. With Huawei’s EchoLife K5 Pro ONT, operators are able to build home Wi-Fi networks that deliver premium Wi-Fi and ultimate 4K/8K video experience.