Telecom center for Beijing 2022 brought into operation

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China Unicom's Telecom Technology Operations Center (TTOC) was put into use on Jan. 10, providing state-of-the-art tech support and telecommunication services for the upcoming Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

Based in the Shougang Park, a former industrial complex where the Big Air slope for Beijing 2022 is located, the center incorporates a brand-new monitoring system for game-time telecommunication services, a dispatch system for potential telecom problems and a digital operation platform. It is expected to receive real-time telecom updates from every Olympic venue in both Beijing and Zhangjiakou.

According to a staff member of the center, it only takes five minutes for the TTOC to identify and locate a problem, as well as dispatch engineers to the site. Likewise, maintenance workers can access detailed information about the telecommunications equipment by scanning relevant QR codes.

In addition, the Olympic Telecommunication Network, which is powered by the TTOC, will offer 4K resolution broadcasting services for TV audiences during the Games.

To ensure the efficiency of tech support work, China Unicom has adopted a mixed reality technology, allowing experts to offer engineers maintenance suggestions in a remote but real-time way.

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