Telecom & Networking
From edge to core of operator networks…our platforms enable dense and virtualized applications in the IMS core, wireless LTE network, and OTT content provider network
1UArtesyn SharpStreamer high-density video acceleration technology enables service provider networks to offer video transcoding services quickly and dynamically. The SharpStreamer 1U Platform enables you to accelerate broadcast and multiscreen OTT video applications and support new video transcoding services using a standard server architecture and cloud infrastructure. It is designed to maximize density in a small footprint for rapid video processing server deployments.
2U Carrier Grade ServerArtesyn SharpStreamer high-density video acceleration technology enables service provider networks to accelerate broadcast and multiscreen OTT video applications and support new video transcoding services using a standard server architecture and cloud infrastructure. The SharpStreamer 2U carrier-grade server platform is designed for applications that require NEBS Level 3, adequate power and cooling for high-performance media processing, and ease of integration.
3U MaxCore™ High Density Server PlatformThe MaxCore platform uses a massively dense and versatile microserver architecture to enable you to use industry-standard hardware and software building blocks to reduce the cost of managing OTT video and create the infrastructure to support a new generation of technologies in broadcast, streaming, networking and telecom. The server platform can accommodate up to 15 add-in cards, flexibly configured for either processing cards or networking IO cards, and connected without cables for high-performance and simple configuration.
ATCA®Artesyn has the largest installed base of ATCA systems and blades and offers integrated, application-ready platforms with best-in-class power and thermal performance, a rich ecosystem of blades and software, and pre-certified NEBS configurations to save cost and time-to-market. The Centellis Virtualization platform is based on OpenFlow and OpenStack for SDN and NFV applications, including Intel® Accelerated DPDK and support for Artesyn’s Silver Lining™ NFV-enabling software.
HyperscaleArtesyn’s MaxCore™ Hyerpscale is an 18-slot PCIe subsystem for the Dell DSS 9000 providing NFV acceleration for application such as C-RAN, streaming video, or Mobile Edge Computing. MaxCore Hyperscale supports Artesyn’s Silver Lining™ NFV software while utilizing off-the-shelf hardware to deliver acceleration to hyperscale platforms
As the combination of many companies such as Motorola Computer Group, Force Computers, Prolog and others, Artesyn has been providing enabling technology for telecom and networking for over 35 years. Today, 4G and 5G CRAN / VRAN, Mobile Edge Computing, Over the Top Video, Security, Voice over LTE and virtualization of just about everything are just some of the exciting transformations revolutionizing the networks, lowering costs, and bringing new sources of revenue for communication service providers. Artesyn is enabling and accelerating this edge revolution and core transformation with innovative products that demonstrably lower both CapEx and OpEx vs. alternative solutions.
The evolution of networks across generations of evolving protocols has led to a complex mixture of deployed wireless systems. Development towards 5G and the increasing use of heterogeneous networks (HetNets) to improve coverage with fill-in solutions has created an environment of growing complexity, whose management and resource allocation has become a key issue for network operators.
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.
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.