DPI Platform Consolidation: Driving New Levels of Performance
Insatiable traffic demands are pushing telecom networks to the limit. Carriers are searching for innovative solutions to allow them to make better use of existing network bandwidth rather than simply adding capacity. This requires a new class of platforms, providing network intelligence based on Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) as a foundation for content-aware solutions such as policy control or network management. These allow the networks to manage data flows and deliver service much more efficiently. Previous generations of systems have typically employed special-purpose hardware to achieve high-performance deep packet inspection.
Multicore Packet Processing for Carrier Networks
Growing bandwidth demands and the continuing shift to packet-based networks are throwing the limelight on packet processing in carrier networks. Integrated multicore processors and general purpose multicore processors have a growing role in the latest carrier grade systems and are presenting exciting opportunities for network system developers.
Delivering Cost-Effective Carrier-Grade Systems Using ATCA
Delivering cost-effective carrier-grade systems can take several years and requires a large development team. By using AdvancedTCA system developers can achieve the right mix of custom development and off-the-shelf solutions. In this webinar we explain how you can take advantage of ATCA to deliver new systems using limited resources within tight schedules. The webinar will also cover software integration and options for high-availability systems.
VME Innovations - Where is VME headed
VME just celebrated 30 years of excellence. But where is it headed next? Developers of the VMEbus specification have managed to provide new innovation that has kept pace with today's most current technology. For many years, developers have been able to utilize more bandwidth out of the parallel VMEbus. In recent years, serial switch fabric technology was paired up with VMEbus to provide a backwards-compatible pathway to the higher speeds provided by the latest serial interconnects. The new architectures that emerged, VXS and later OpenVPX, provide ever-increasing bandwidth and performance. Join us as we bring you the industry experts on VME innovation and learn from them what we can expect next.
Cloud Computing for Network Equipment
Cloud computing is a hot topic in enterprise networking, where it can reduce costs by moving applications onto virtual resources. This same concept can help telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMS) reduce their development cost, and provide flexibility in deploying their products. Cloud computing can also help service providers reduce capital expenditure (CapEx) and operational expenditure (OpEx).
40G ATCA: The Key To The Next Generation Network-Grade Platform
40G ATCA provides an excellent platform for new telecom systems. The quickest growing telecom segments require a mix of deep packet inspection, security, virtualization and cloud computing. ATCA provides a common platform that supports all four functions with standard blades and 40G switching. This webinar will discuss the requirements for next generation systems; the migration to 40G ATCA platforms including switching, packet processing and application processing. The session will also discuss system software requirements, provisioning a platform with carrier grade OS, middleware and system management, and future proofing.
Critical Advantages in Telecom Computing Platforms
Learn about the technology and market trends that are behind the industry’s engineering investments. Get insight into the technical, application and market drivers you need to know about when making decisions for your business.
40G and Beyond - Next-Gen Network Design with AdvancedTCA
The rapid growth in video traffic and other data-intensive applications is straining fixed and mobile networks alike—and the network load will only rise as the transition to LTE gets under way. The rise of bandwidth-hungry applications is joined by a huge growth in the number of connected devices, which now includes everything from smart phones to cars. To deal with these new loads, developers and system integrators need new approaches to hardware and software design.
eHealth and Your Next Embedded Devices Virtual Conference
Need ideas for unique embedded or mobile technology, and what it can be used for in healthcare? This session will look at challenging design problems, how computing, networking, sensing, software, power, or interconnect technology solve them, and how the end result in real world applications benefits patients with better care. We'll hear examples from medical OEMs, healthcare providers, and more on how embedded designs make a difference in innovative applications in healthcare.
Simplifying the Complexities of Multicore Processors with COTS Single Board Computer Solutions
The market is demanding quicker product releases while the complexities of processors continues to increase exponentially and hardware engineering resources are shrinking. To deal with this perfect storm, Freescale, Emerson Network Power and Eurotech have joined forces to provide solutions that ease the make vs. buy decision. The key technical attributes of QorIQ multicore processors, built on Power Architecture® technology, will be discussed and how Emerson and Eurotech have simplified the solution in standard off-the-shelf form factors. If you need to get your design to market quicker, we can help show you the way.
Digital Signage Gets Smart - Meeting the Needs of Intelligent Signage
This webinar describes the impact that the new technology is having on the ways that digital signage is used. It also offers a guide to a technology architecture for digital signage, based on Intel® embedded technology implemented by Emerson Network Power. This architecture enables OEMs to rapidly and cost-effectively develop high-performance digital signage products, and to re-use and modify both hardware and software components in multiple variants of platform products.
OpenVPX Education and Training Virtual Conference
VME 64 vs. VXS vs. VPX/OpenVPX Track: The venerable 64-bit VME standard continues to serve faithfully in mission- critical applications. But it's got some new siblings: VXS, VPX, and OpenVPX. Each of these complementary standards adds capabilities through switched fabrics and more I/O, yet they all peacefully co-exist. Come hear the similarities and differences between each of these versions of VME, and learn which best applies to your system.
Developing at Warp Speed on Intel Atom Kits
An Open Systems Media webinar with Intel and Radisys where we demonstrate how easy it is to get started Windows Embedded Standard 7 on our Intel N450 Atom based COM Express module.
Catching the 40G ATCA Wave
An Open Systems Media webinar with Broadcom and Wind River outlining the path to 40G ATCA and issues for customers to consider when selecting a 40G strategy.
Future of xTCA Executive Roundtable
From the June 24th ATCA Virtual Summit. We joined Continuous Computing, NAT, RadiSys and Wind River to discuss the evolution of the ATCA and MicroTCA ecosytem and markets.