Linsey Miller, VP Marketing at Artesyn, has been speaking with a number of operators over the last year and the question on all their minds is, how can we make money from mobile edge computing (MEC)?
In this blog, she presents the business models that are most compelling for operators looking to deploy MEC – in the form of a revenue stream for enterprise and a revenue stream for consumers.
Provides cost-effective solution for high I/O capacity wayside applications
Fail-safe, fault-tolerant system for train control and rail signaling accelerates time-to-market for rail application developers.
Combination of dual 100G Ethernet interfaces, 100G switch and server-class processor eliminates need for external switch for flow control and load balancing
Brings Skylake performance to video processing for OTT video streaming, mobile network optimization, CDNs, and broadcast distribution in standard servers and cloud networks - now available for customers to evaluate through a secure remote access lab.
Linsey Miller, VP of Marketing for Artesyn, tells TIA NOW why cloud and data center technologies need to keep pace with the user experience that consumers demand.
We as an industry have defined the cloud, but still don't have a clear definition of a 5G network. So how does cloud in 5G open up opportunities to make carriers not just pipes? And what new services are to come from 5G? Here in the Dell TIA NOW studio at TIA 2016 to tell us more about these topics are Linsey Miller, VP of Marketing at Artesyn; Henry Wong, Senior Staff Technologist at Intel and Ken Fischer, Senior Cloud Architect at Nokia.
Artesyn has been approved to perform its own GR-1089-CORE NEBS qualification testing and certification since 2012 and now, with the addition of GR-63-CORE, further establishes its commitment to providing a total NEBS test and certification solution to its customers.
In this video, Brandon Quintana, Artesyn’s systems integration and test engineering director introduces the company’s certification test capabilities.
Featuring two Intel® Xeon® processors E5-2600 v4 product family and designed for compute-intensive tasks such as deep packet inspection (DPI), firewalls, intrusion prevention and data encryption/decryption, the new blade targets high performance network requirements in commercial, government and defense communications networks.
Sports stadiums and crowded shopping malls often require peak capacity from their network to support thousands of high bandwidth devices. But now network topologies are less cost prohibitive to provision and build with NFV and virtualization technologies. Linsey Miller, Vice President of Marketing for Artesyn, tells TIA NOW how C-RAN and vRAN are changing the way we provision our networks.
Will bring significant CapEx and OpEx savings, enabled by massive density and flexibility, to cloud deployments of virtualized network functions, such as the Cloud Radio Access Network or C-RAN and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) applications.
At Mobile World Congress, RIFT.io will showcase the solution in Hall 7 on Stand 7N73; while Artesyn is hosting an Open House event on Monday 22nd February, to allow prospective customers to see the demonstration at the Artesyn meeting room 2B9MR.
We’ll soon see the most innovative service providers demonstrating dramatically higher network scale and capacity at Mobile World Congress with the introduction of Virtualized Radio Access Network (VRAN) and Cloud RAN technologies. Here are the main ways they will change everything.
Artesyn shows how its MaxCore™ platform leverages the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) cryptography instruction set of the Intel Xeon-D and the advanced switching and high speed interfaces of the Intel Ethernet Multi-host Controller FM10000 (formerly Red Rock Canyon) to provide a highly efficient and cost effective security gateway solution.
Offers Seamless Migration Path to Future 16-Core Processors from Intel
New virtualized security platform developed with Clavister dramatically lowers the cost of deploying and running firewall and IPsec applications
One of the inventors of VME continues commitment to the technology with new products and plans for long lifecycle support
Military, aerospace and security contractors adopt AdvancedTCA for voice, video and data processing, C4ISR, combat systems, and data center refresh
SIL4 COTS fail-safe fault-tolerant platform for train control & rail signaling
New Intel® microarchitecture enables even higher density video processing for OTT video streaming, mobile network optimization, CDNs, and broadcast distribution in standard servers and cloud networks
Brings the benefits of accelerated high density video transcoding and multiscreen delivery to smaller single instance OTT appliance deployments, nDVR, VoD hospitality servers, video surveillance security systems & streaming education servers.
The three winning Artesyn solutions are the Centellis® Virtualization Platform, Centellis Open Compute Platform and SharpStreamer™ PCIe add-in media acceleration card. Each of Artesyn’s new products address the changing service provider landscape preference for lower-cost, more dense compute and media processing, and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV).
Collaboration will enable advanced protection for embedded computing solutions across a wide range of industry sectors
Enables providers of broadcast, networking, cloud, industrial and military/aerospace equipment to simplify and accelerate their deployment of appliances for SDN/NFV, virtualized multiscreen video infrastructure, OTT video, WebRTC, VoLTE, and other high performance networked computing applications.
Combination of Intel® Xeon® processor with up to 40 media engine DSPs on a single ATCA® blade enables complete solutions such as session border controllers, VoLTE, video optimization or video conferencing with less blades and therefore less cost.
Telecoms.com interviewed Stephen Dow, President of Artesyn Embedded Technologies, at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona. The discussion covered virtualization, cloud technologies, OTT and new services in the communications market.
Linsey Miller is interviewed in the Mobilegeeks TechLounge, sponsored by Intel, at Mobile World Congress 2015. The discussion covers OTT, data traffic, bandwidth, mobile network optimization, the end of DVRs, unlimited data plans and much more!
This integrated solution will deliver tremendous flexibility for customers, who need to deploy virtual network functions or VNFs across multiple hardware platforms.
Enables communications service providers to significantly increase the density of multiscreen video services by using hardware-accelerated, software-based transcoding in a standard rack server architecture. Carriers can also use these new platforms to move their video transcoding to the cloud and extend video transcoding to new application areas.
This video shows a use case scenario for providing next day O.T.T. video content and compares a software-only approach using standard servers with server acceleration provided by Artesyn SharpStreamer add-in cards.
Centellis® OCP Platform helps communication service providers lower CapEx and OpEx associated with running their networks by leveraging open standard and open source hardware and software, and taking advantage of virtualization and cloud technologies.
With power and cooling support for up to 400 W per slot and up to 500 W in a single slot configuration, the new Centellis 2100 enables systems integrators to increase performance and I/O bandwidth per slot, while preparing for future performance upgrades that will have increasing power and cooling requirements.
Using example applications, this webinar will illustrate dramatic CapEx savings, as applications can use only one server versus up to 24 to handle equivalent densities, while driving down OpEx thanks to lower power and cooling requirements.
A single cloud-ready accelerated server for broadcasters and communications service providers could replace up to 40 servers and cost a fraction to run
Our US head of sales for embedded computing, Kim Crawford, presented at Dell World this week, check out his presentation on the changes happening in the broadcast and streaming industries
As service providers virtualize more applications, they can shorten their development time and cost with this highly scalable and carrier-grade platform. Because our virtualization framework software is based on industry standard NFV stacks, virtual functions can be sourced from multiple vendors, avoiding application vendor lock-in and providing the best total cost of ownership.
Applications such as session border controller, media gateway, media resource function, video/content optimization, WebRTC voice, network video conferencing and interactive voice and video response can now scale to meet consumers' increasing demands while reducing power and space requirements.
Industry's first 100G ATCA platform also offers 600 watts per slot cooling
The Artesyn ATCA-7480 ATCA blade is designed for packet processing in applications such as deep packet inspection, network optimization and security appliances in NFV/SDN networks.
Telecoms.com, in association with Artesyn, and welcoming guest speakers from Broadcom and Metaswitch, will provide a backdrop to the current SDN and NFV ecosystems and demonstrate how open hardware based on merchant silicon can provide service differentiation and high levels of performance to the SDN/NFV-enabled networks.
Artesyn computing platforms, based on open standards and validated through the Titanium Cloud program, enable customers to minimize both capital expenses and operating expenses as they progressively deploy NFV in their networks.
Will for the first time enable bandwidth-hungry next-generation applications in SDN & NFV deployments to achieve up to 4 Tb/s aggregate throughput in a single open standards-based bladed server system.
Announced today at Innotrans 2014, Artesyn's innovative ControlSafe™ Platform enables rail application developers to accelerate time-to-market by removing potential high costs and risks of SIL4 system development and certification
Broadcast and network equipment providers and operators have a clear preference for cloud-based video transcoding and encoding, and that means using standard servers. However standard servers don't have the quality and density needed to boost the network's capacity.
To boost the capacity of today's networks and support rising quality levels, Artesyn offers the SharpCaster and SharpStreamer video accelerators as PCI Express add-on cards for standard servers.
Featuring dual Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v3 processors with up to 14 cores each, 16 sockets for up to 512 GB DDR4 memory and Artesyn QuadStar™ backplane interface
Centellis™ 8000 series offers power and cooling for up to 600 watts per blade