Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Use Cases, Requirements and Architectures
Deep packet inspection (DPI) is a technique with many different use cases, delivering information about packet flows and content as well as allowing network operators and service providers to ensure quality of service at an application level.
Adding Media Processing to Server-Based Applications
High density voice and video processing is increasingly in demand for applications such as session border controllers, media gateways/servers or media resource functions, video or content optimization, video communications servers, and interactive voice and video response systems.
Achieving Critical Advantage Through Optimized Media Processing Applications Based on ATCA® Technology
Our thirst for rich multimedia experiences without boundaries on an endless variety of devices continues to grow unquenched. Therefore, the ability to manipulate media streams in carrier networks has become a source of critical advantage to network operators and service providers.
Enabling Workload Consolidation on the Next-Generation Communications Platform from Intel®, codename Crystal Forest
This white paper describes the key elements of the next-generation communications platform from Intel®, codename Crystal Forest, which enables a new homogeneous topology, and the key requirements for an effective system-level implementation of the new Intel® microarchitecture.
Changing the Game
Read about a new model of product development for secure interactive clients such as slot machines and other gaming equipment. New features of embedded motherboards can meet manufacturers’ need for security and authentication while reducing system cost and accelerating time-to-market.
RapiDex™ Board Customization Service
The RapiDex service is a rapid board customization program that allows OEMs to exactly specify the Intel® embedded processor, I/O, connector and other options within a standard or custom board form factor.
Unifying Device Management and Cyber Security in the Connected Hospital
General-purpose computing platform reduces the effort and costs associated with deploying, managing and securing medical devices.
Digital Signage Gets Smart
Digital technology is turning the traditional practices in signage upside down. Hosting on media such as advertising billboards and poster sites, kiosks and point-of-sale (PoS) terminals is giving way to a first wave of digital signage.
Get Ready for 40G ATCA (UPDATED – October 2010)
The growth in IP traffic is creating extraordinary demands on the communications infrastructure, which in turn increases the demand for high bandwidth network infrastructure equipment. In order to respond to this demand, the AdvancedTCA® (ATCA®) architecture must increase the data processing performance per blade and consequently the bandwidth of the system backbone.
ATCA for Service Delivery Platforms
AdvancedTCA® (ATCA®) is an established and successful technology in the telecom network central office. The tangible business benefits realized by network equipment manufacturers and operators are driving enhancements to the technology to address even more applications, including those in the network data center. The ability of ATCA to compete effectively with commercial or enterprise servers goes beyond the technology to encompass the benefits of the reuse of common platform processes and potential streamlining of supply chains.
AdvancedTCA Beyond Telecom
AdvancedTCA® (ATCA®) is an established, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) open-standard bladed computing architecture suitable for a mix of environments, ranging from semi-industrial to more data center-like.
Expanding the COM Express® Specification for Alternative Microprocessor Architectures
Developing compliant modules based on non-x86 architecture CPUs is not supported by the specification. Requirements for highly x86-specific interfaces preclude the development of compatible modules using processors built on Power Architecture®, MIPS® or ARM® technologies.
The ATCA Market - Now and Next
AdvancedTCA® (ATCA) is a well-established and successful technology in the telecom network central office.
Storage Strategies for AdvancedTCA Platforms
In order to reduce costs, a growing number of companies are trying to limit the number of different platforms on which they base applications.
Containerized Computing for Telecommunications Applications
The concept of modular deployment of equipment in pre-fabricated and pre-assembled containers or shelters has been familiar to sectors of the telecommunications industry and as a disaster recovery strategy for some time now, but this modus operandi has recently received wider publicity in the IT industry.