The ZTE Common Edge full-scenario MEC solution helps operators implement MEC one-site deployment, self-service provisioning, and simplified O&M, so that the MEC can be located anywhere. According to different deployment locations, the full-scene Common Edge selects the full series of MEC hardware as required, such as BBU, OLT, dedicated server and general server, to achieve the best matching performance.
Embedded MEC in BBU: To meet the low latency requirements of less than 5 milliseconds for industrial control and other services, a base station-level MEC is constructed on the built-in board of the BBU to implement one-hop air interface direct access.
Embedded MEC in OLT: The MEC platform is constructed based on the in-built OLT blade, requiring no extra space, to solve problems such as insufficient space, power supply and AC cooling for the comprehensive access equipment rooms.
Integrated MEC: The integrated MEC cabinet has built-in servers, switches, and firewalls, and features flexible location selection, rapid deployment, and simple O&M. It is applicable to one-stop deployment in enterprise parks.
Cloudified MEC: The Cloudified MEC is applicable to large-scale deployment of edge DCs. The dual-core engine provides diversified resources for the MEC service to meet the AR/VR service requirements in 20ms.
According to user needs, software and hardware of Common Edge have been pre-integrated. It can be used out of the box with a few configuration imported. This greatly reduces the deployment difficulty and makes delivery quicker.
Common Edge provides a unified portal for tenants, allowing tenants to flexibly manage their applications and secure isolation between tenants. Each tenant can flexibly upload its own application image and design visual blueprints based on templates to enable applications to be provisioned in minutes.
The full-scenario Common Edge solution provides unified management to achieve a consistent management experience. Operators can centrally manage a large number of decentralized MEC resources, realize unattended O&M at the edge, and significantly reduce O&M costs.