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It’s that time again when Radisys’ service acceleration experts around the world get ready to converge on Barcelona for our industry’s annual endurance event – Mobile World Congress. Learn More »
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LTE-U achieved a significant milestone last week when the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology granted a special temporary authority (STA) to Qualcomm to conduct testing of LTE-U equipment at two Verizon sites in the U.S. Learn More »
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I’m pleased to share that we now fully support OpenStack integration with our recently released MediaEngine vMRF 1.10, enabling communications service providers (CSPs) to dynamically deploy and manage virtualized MRF instances in the cloud. Learn More »
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On November 1, 2015, Hewlett Packard Enterprise started life as a new company with a 75 year legacy of innovation. Learn More »
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Across the telecom industry no two communications service provider (CSP) networks are alike – each is trying to find new innovative way to reduce OPEX and increase ARPU. Learn More »
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Data dominates. That was the overwhelming theme at this year’s 2015 SDN & OpenFlow World Congress held once again in Dusseldorf. Learn More »
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Innovation happens when resources are scarce. For mobile operators, spectrum is a scarce and expensive resource, so innovation is happening rapidly on a number of fronts. Learn More »
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Transcoding is a topic that we’re passionate about at Radisys. There is a growing multitude of both codecs and devices and these devices must be able to communicate seamlessly a cross both legacy systems and next-gen networks. Learn More »
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Last week I presented in the webinar, “SDN and NFV: Lessons Learned Moving from the Lab to Commercial Service,” hosted by Infonetics and featuring Michael Howard, Senior Research Director for Carrier Networks, and my peers at Accedian Networks and Nakina Systems in a roundtable discussion. Learn More »

The Month of VoLTE

Posted by Ray Adensamer, Sep. 23, 2015 under MRF-Media-Processing

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It’s been a great month for VoLTE! Over the last two weeks, it seems like mobile operators around the globe are announcing the launch of commercial VoLTE service or the expansion of their VoLTE trials just about every day. Learn More »
When we talk about mobile operators implementing SDN and NFV technologies we invariable come to the issue of scalability. Learn More »
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At Radisys, we’ve been talking a lot lately about mobile operators’ deployments of interactive services and applications  such as VoLTE, VoWiFi, WebRTC and more to generate new revenues. Our MediaEngine™ portfolio supports these  services with real-time media processing capabilities.

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How many media processing solutions does it take to power a network? The Radisys answer: just OneMRF. Learn More »
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I spent last week at the annual Intel Developer Forum, meeting with attendees at our booth in the Network Builders  Community. While the “Intel Dancing Spiders” were a crowd hit, being part of the growing SDN/NFV community was what it  was really all about for me at this year’s show. IDF provided access to leading software developers and companies and  allowed me to not only meet with existing partners, but to explore opportunities with new strategic partners as well.

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It’s always a good day at Radisys when we learn that one of our products wins an industry award. Learn More »
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Our customers are embracing virtualization technologies as mobile operators shift to a software-centric network. Implementing technologies such as Software-Defined Networking and Network Functions Virtualization allows mobile operators to reduce CapEx and OpEx and increase network efficiency. Learn More »
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As demand for data and faster speeds continues to rise, mobile operators must adapt to keep up. Learn More »

Industry analyst firm Infonetics Research recently published its annual report on “IMS Service Strategies and Vendor Leadership: Global Service Provider Survey.” In a synopsis of the report that Infonetics shared on its website, a quote from Diane Myers, research director for VoIP, UC and IMS at IHS, jumped out at me.

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Earlier this summer, I attended Light Reading’s Big Telecom Event in Chicago. A throwback to the old SUPERCOMM days, the BTE attracted leading mobile operators and the telecommunications industry to discuss and debate the future of the mobile network. Learn More »
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Tom McQuade, GM of our CellEngine products and services shares his views with David Chambers of ThinkSmallCell in a recent article entitled:Tom McQuade, Radisys, explains tradeoffs between small cell silicon and software, in which he discusses several aspects around developing a solid small cell solution with a small cell vendor.

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We are thrilled to share that we’ve been shortlisted with Octasic for the Small Cell Industry Awards in the Social Impact category. Learn More »
The Radisys FlowEngineTM is the new entrant in the highly competitive and complex world of networking. Learn More »
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Cloud-RAN (also known as C-RAN) is part of the ongoing evolution of the Radio Access Network. Learn More »
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I’m pleased to share that our newly launched FlowEngine TDE-1000 Intelligent Load Balancer has been named a 2015 INTERNET TELEPHONY NFV Pioneer Award winner. Learn More »
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Multimedia traffic on mobile and fixed line networks is expanding faster than could have ever been predicted. Service providers are trying to cope with this increased volume but they’re realizing it’s more than just an issue of scale—they need a better approach to process, manage and ultimately monetize traffic on their networks.

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As the rollout and deployment of next-generation services like VoLTE, VoWiFi, and WebRTC accelerates, interoperability between different generations of devices and networks becomes more and more important. Learn More »
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As IT providers move to reap the benefits of virtualized environments, the challenges of virtualizing real-time environments become more apparent. Service providers trying to achieve the agility, flexibility, and cost-savings of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) architectures are realizing that real-time communications applications, such as the IP media processing performed by the Media Resource Function, require special accommodation in the virtualized network.

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I’m reflecting recently about the possibilities of combining Distributed Antennae Systems (DAS), with small cells. We’re used to thinking of DAS as a more powerful but higher-cost solution than small cell products. Learn More »

As military officials know, it’s increasingly important to provide the right information at the right time to combat soldiers. Proven communications technology in the battlespace is now crucial to military success. At the same time, the amount of data being collected on the battlefield is growing exponentially as the number of concurrent sources increases.

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The Radisys 40G DPDK Performance Benchmark numbers are available now – and living up to expectations! Learn More »
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While a number of Radisys customers have our MPX-12000 MRF in trials or production deployments, it is always exciting to publically announce our first customer, Zoom. Over the last two years, we’ve seen the MPX-12000 continue to gain traction with our customer base in VoLTE, conferencing and multimedia transoding solutions.

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We’ve recently been notified that our Integrated SON Solution with AirHop Communications and Broadcom is in the running for yet another industry award! Learn More »
For many Virtualized Network Functions, a key requirement is to rapidly classify the nature of the packet flow. Learn More »
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Mobile operators today face the challenge of virtualizing data plane processing across millions of broadband streams, with dynamic load balancing across hundreds of virtual machines and with near-zero latency. Learn More »
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With the advent of Network Function Virtualization (NFV), service providers are embracing an infrastructure strategy that will deliver improved economics while enabling a more flexible environment that allows them to quickly spin up new services.  With the average revenue per user (ARPU)  flat –to-down and the increase of traffic, the need to embrace NFV has never been greater.

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I am pleased to share that Radisys’ integrated Self-Organizing Network (SON) solution placed third in the “Wide Area Network – RAN” category in the 2014 Emerging Technology Awards at CTIA’s Super Mobility Week this week. Learn More »

Real-time communication services have traditionally been developed on specialized application server platforms designed for IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) standards supporting SIP. Radisys is a leader in the Media Resource Function (MRF), which provides audio and video media packet processing under the control of the Telecom Application Servers (TAS) in an IMS architecture.

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SON is one of the major focus areas for operators today; operators see it as a mandatory feature for small cell deployments. Learn More »
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I’m pleased to share that our Trillium TOTALeNodeB 2.0 LTE small cell software solution has won the 2014 Mobility Tech Zone LTE Visionary Award. Learn More »
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I recently wrote an article for EDN describing the challenges of deploying DPI in relation to SDN (Software Defined Networking) and NFV (Network Functions Virtualization). Learn More »
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Last week Heavy Reading published the report COTS & ATCA: 2014 User Survey and we were pleased to see that it named Radisys as the leading ATCA supplier for blades and system integration.

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Nearly 100 telecom industry leaders joined our June 26 webinar on the Cloud Radio Access Network (RAN), covering a range of topics about the role of Cloud RAN and its emerging role in the telecom industry. Learn More »
Radisys’ own Ray Adensamer, director of marketing, has been honored by TMC, Systemwide Media and PKE Consulting with a 2014 WebRTC Pioneer Award for his contributions to the WebRTC industry. Learn More »
HILLSBORO, OR, U.S. – July 1, 2014: Radisys® Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), a market leader enabling wireless infrastructure solutions, and solution partner MavenirSystems today announced that they have been honored with the Best Voice over LTE (VoLTE) Innovation award. Learn More »
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MPH6 wins 2014 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award

We’ve always known our MPH6 Media Processing Card for the MPX-12000 is groundbreaking, and it looks like even more people are joining the fan club. We’re happy to announce it just received the 2014 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award from TMCnet!

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So yes, the title of my presentation at the Small Cells World Summit this week was “Small Cells Big World” and yes, that title was written by me amidst a short vacation to the Napa Valley in April. Guess I shouldn’t come up with titles when slightly wine soaked, or should I, you tell me… Anyway, all kidding aside, it was a great week in London for the event and I’m not just talking about the beautiful weather. Thanks for stepping up London.

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In next 5 years, the number of smartphones will surpass the worldwide population. Learn More »
Every year Radisys’ powers billions of minutes of business conducted via service provider hosted collaboration sessions. Learn More »
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I recently had a chance to join with Ian Maclean, VP of strategy and marketing with Mavenir Systems, and Phil Kendall, director of Wireless Operator Strategies at Strategy Analytics on an RCR Hangout hosted by RCR Wireless editor Martha DeGrasse. Learn More »

ISS World Europe, Prague

Posted by admin, May. 20, 2014

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Radisys is an Exhibiting Sponsor (Stand 26) at this year’s ISS World Europe to be held in Praque from June 3 to 5, 2014. Learn More »
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Today we announce another industry endorsement of our high-capacity MPH6 media processing card for the MPX-12000 Broadband Media Resource Function (MRF). I’m excited to share that the MPH6 has won the 2014 Mobility Tech Zone Product of the Year award! Learn More »
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The ETSI Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Industry Specification Group (ISG) has recently been meeting in Okinawa, Japan for their 6th set of working group face to face meetings. Learn More »
IMS World Forum attracts a small, but high quality mix of industry leaders from both mobile operators and vendors tackling the challenges of rolling out IMS infrastructure for services such as VoLTE and RCS. Learn More »
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Radisys’ market-leading MRF solutions continue to receive industry recognition! I’m excited to share that our Media Resource Function (MRF) for VoLTE has been shortlisted for the Best VoLTE Product by the IMS Industry Awards. Learn More »
Everyone has a past, and mine includes ten plus years on the virtualization journey, building and selling servers into the enterprise segment. Learn More »
I was excited to get the news last week that our newly launched MPH6 multicore media processing card for our MPX-12000 Broadband MRF has been named a Finalist for the American Technology Awards (ATA). Learn More »
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I was fortunate to spend last week at MWC, speaking with customers, analysts and press around my favorite topic – VoLTE. Radisys MRF products are already involved with many VoLTE trials and deployments around the globe, as outlined in our VoLTE deployment growth announcement with Mavenir. Learn More »
Probably like most of you, I’m gearing up for another Mobile World Congress. While the tapas and Rioja are always a highlight of any trip to Barcelona, I’m also gaining perspective on what are expected to be highlights at this year’s MWC. At the top of the list: LTE-Advanced and small cells. Learn More »
HILLSBORO, OR, U.S. – February 13, 2014 – Radisys® Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), a market leader enabling wireless infrastructure solutions, today announced the new high-capacity MPH6 media processing card for its MPX-12000 Broadband Media Resource Function (MRF). Learn More »
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Radisys and Fujitsu recently participated in an Infonetics webinar on May 6th titled, ‘Indoor Wireless Solutions: Technologies, Challenges and Backhaul’.  It was a pleasure to be joined by my co-presenter, Femi Adeyemi, LTE Architect for Small Cells Solutions at Fujitsu along with Richard Webb, Directing Analyst at Infonetics. Our presentation focused on the challenges around coverage, capacity and  data throughput  along with network integration considerations for both residential and enterprise environments.

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We recently collaborated with Gabriel Brown from Heavy Reading on both a roadshow and white paper around SDN and NFV. In the white paper – Software Centric Networks: A Migration Path to NFV – Gabriel discusses the practical steps that allow operators to move towards implementing an NFV-capable cloud platform. Learn More »
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About a month ago, I attended and spoke at the WebRTC Conference & Expo held in Santa Clara, CA. It was a good event and certainly generated a lot of conversations with operators on how best to approach adding WebRTC as a service and how it can add revenue. Learn More »
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Many mobile network operators are increasingly rolling out IMS architectures for supporting a wide range of interactive media services to grow revenues. Learn More »
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Is ATCA just another proprietary hardware platform for vendor lock-in? Manish Singh, CTO of Radisys, makes the case that ATCA is the most open, standards-based platform on the market today. Learn More »
I recently wrote about the Benefits of IMS Architecture in the Cloud for Hosted Video Conferencing Services, and at the recent CTIA event in Las Vegas, we showcased the power of our Cloud Video Conferencing solutions right from the show floor. Learn More »
If you missed the first webinar in our Transform Your Network webinar series, “Monetizing VoLTE and RCS: How to Grow Revenue Beyond Flat-rate Data Plans,” be sure to check out the archived version available on our website. Learn More »
In less than two weeks on June 11 we’re hosting the second webinar of our Transform Your Network series, “Living Up to the Hype of 3Cs: Capacity, Coverage and Customer Satisfaction”. Learn More »
If you missed the first webinar in our Transform Your Network webinar series, “Monetizing VoLTE and RCS: How to Grow Revenue Beyond Flat-rate Data Plans,” be sure to check out the archived version available on our website. Learn More »
Last week, the Small Cell Forum announced the short lists for their Industry Awards http://www.smallcellforum.org/awards/2013-shortlists/ and much to our delight we’ve been chosen in the category of “Small cell network element design and technology innovation.” Learn More »
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I’m pleased to share that our T-Series platform has been named an American Technology Award finalist in Telecommunications by the TechAmerica Foundation. Learn More »
I invite you to attend Radisys’ upcoming webinar on “Monetizing VoLTE and RCS Services” and learn how operators can grow their revenues beyond flat-rate data plans. Learn More »

Live from Radisys

Posted by Lyn Pangares, Apr. 17, 2013 under Small-Cells, Trillium, ATCA, LTE

We’ve recently posted a series of informative videos that provide a snapshot of Radisys’ technology direction for the coming year. Learn More »

So far, 2013 is a lot like 2012 when it comes to user expectations for their smartphones and tablets: more and more bandwidth to support their data demands along with uninterrupted coverage while on the go. Mobile operators are turning to small cells to help meet these demands, and we see some clear trends emerging in this arena.

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Reflecting on day one of the SIXTH annual Small Cells Asia event a few observations come to mind. First, it is amazing to see the increased support for and overall growth of the small cell market and ecosystem. Great to see this event itself continue to grow with over 200 participants, 75 from operators, twice the exhibitors and 30 press and analysts, which is reflective of the energy behind small cells specifically in the Asia Pacific region.

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Radisys Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), a market leader enabling wireless infrastructure solutions for telecom, aerospace, and defense applications, announced fourth quarter 2012 revenues of $69.3 million and a GAAP net loss of $4.9 million or $0.18 per share.

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I’ve recently returned from Amsterdam where Radisys was a sponsor of the Wainhouse Research UC&C Summit. It was a great opportunity to network with other industry professionals and to discuss trends and develop collaborative strategies. Previous events have centered on conferencing and collaboration, but Wainhouse is focused on a broader scope of unified communications instead of point solutions.

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The modern Battlespace is continuing to and has evolved rapidly over the past ten years; today, communications and networking technology can be the determining factor in tactical success in the Battlespace. Learn More »
If you want to learn more about the interworkings of wireless network elements, there’s an app for that. Learn More »

Racking up the Hardware

Posted by Todd Mersch, Jan. 28, 2013 under Small-Cells, Trillium

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Today we announced once again the industry endorsement of our TOTALeNodeB product as key to the deployment and advancement of LTE networks. Learn More »
Today’s world likes its video. Like the explosive growth we’ve seen in mobile video, video conferencing is also experiencing exponential growth, with Cisco predicting that video conferencing will grow by 6x between 2011 and 2016. But what is the best approach for Conferencing Service Providers (CSPs) to service this growth? Learn More »
The year is quickly coming to a close and we’ve just wrapped up our Optimizing Mobile Networks webinar series with the third and final installment. Learn More »
You may have read my recent blog post that highlighted how Radisys fared at the first ever RCS (Rich Communications Suite) VoLTE (Voice over LTE) Interoperability Event held in Slovenia and China in October. Learn More »

In our second webinar of the Optimizing Mobile Networks series, titled “Core Network Optimization: The Control Plane, Data Plane and Beyond,” industry leaders learned from our top systems architects about the challenges and complexities presented by the wide range of available applications for core network optimization.

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We are pleased to share that Radisys was recognized today by Fierce Innovation Awards as a Finalist in the “Last-Mile Innovation” category for our Trillium® TOTALeNodeB™ LTE small cell solution. Learn More »

RAN-Aware Policy Management Video

Posted by admin, Nov. 12, 2012

Discover how your Network Operator customers will finally be able to prioritize premium customers within real time, improve user experience, and increase revenue per user with RAN-Aware Policy Management. Learn More »

Earlier this month I travelled to Kranj, Slovenia, along with many of the world’s top telecom engineers, for several days of RCS VoLTE interoperability testing. The RCS VoLTE Interoperability Test (IOT) Event was truly a global affair with testing being done simultaneously in China and Slovenia.

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This statement was supported by our recent poll of more than 200 mobile industry professionals. Learn More »
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We are excited to share that Radisys has been shortlisted for two “Best of 4G” awards by the 4G World 2012 Conference and Expo. 4G World created the awards program four years ago to recognize companies driving innovation and the adoption of 4G mobile broadband.

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Recently, Radisys CTO Manish Singh sat down with ThinkSmallCell‘s David Chambers to talk about the current and future outlook for the small cell market. We’re well positioned to provide expert analysis given our history of developing cutting-edge small cell solutions for both 3G and LTE deployments.

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For the first time, Radisys will be attending the RCS, VoLTE & Beyond Workshop and we are thrilled to not only be exhibiting but speaking as well! Specifically, we’ll be participating in the RCS VoLTE Interoperability Test (IOT) Event from October 10-12, organized by the MultiService Forum (MSF) and hosted by Telecom Slovenia Group.

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Communication service providers are desperately looking to relieve some of the pressure caused by flat revenues in the face of growing network traffic, and they have their eyes squarely focused on employing efficient network architectures that can offer enhanced voice and video services to their subscribers.

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LTE provides public safety networks with access to the latest applications and the reliability and security required for effective emergency response. But, there are major challenges that must be met in order to provide LTE data services to emergency responders. What are these main roadblocks? In the video clip above, Radisys’ Eric Gregory discusses deploying embedded wireless telecommunications infrastructures for emergency responders, as well as our approach to standards-based deployments for public safety networks.

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AUVSI 2012: Day 2 Wrap Up

Posted by Radisys Blogs, Aug. 10, 2012 under Aero-Defense

Day two of AUVSI is under our belts. What trends have we seen? Well, everyone is talking about sequestration. Learn More »
Modular. Scalable. Upgradeable. These are benefits that are invaluable to today’s medical equipment designer who is struggling to find development efficiencies across a diverse product family. Learn More »

AUVSI 2012: Day 1 Wrap Up

Posted by Harry Jensen, Aug. 8, 2012 under Aero-Defense

As we wrap up day one at AUVSI 2012, I’m pleased to report the Radisys team has had an excellent kick off to the show. Learn More »
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In the last month, how many global teleconferences have you dialed into? If your work days are anything like mine, you probably lost track after counting up a week’s worth of meetings. What’s more, I’m sure we can all relate to the annoyance of call quality that is any less than first-rate. Those calls may have even affected our productivity.

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In the last month, how many global teleconferences have you dialed into? If your work days are anything like mine, you probably lost track after counting up a week’s worth of meetings. What’s more, I’m sure we can all relate to the annoyance of call quality that is any less than first-rate. Those calls may have even affected our productivity.

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The evolving global economy has increased the need for international teleconferences. Learn More »

What are the most important things to know about the CEQM67, our latest defense-specialized COM E module? COM E product line manager Jennifer Zickel talks ruggedization, extreme temperature and size, weight and power requirements in the video below. Not familiar with HASS/HALT?  She touches on that as well.  If you are interested in learning more about solutions that meet the latest communications demands of the A&D industry, click play below.

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Radisys Trillium Femtotality recognized for exceptional innovation

Now that has a nice ring to it.

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Why is the CEQM77, our newest Type 6 COM Express module, in such high demand in the medical and telecommunications space where processing performance and memory capacity are king? Jennifer Zickel, our COM Express Product Line Manager will explain why. Learn More »
4G and the broad range of handhelds coming to market mean mobile networks are evolving. From a consumer perspective, this takes the form of exciting new services and offerings Learn More »
Public safety has decided to move to LTE for its data communication. Learn More »

I’ve spent the better part of the month travelling on behalf of Radisys, including my first-ever stop at VAS Asia. At this year’s event, key players within the VAS ecosystem gathered to dig into the latest trends in value added services. Radisys was tapped by show organizers to present a keynote on what we see as the future of VAS, in particular what innovations will be driving growth in this space.

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LTE End-to-End QOS Q&A

Posted by Radisys Blogs, Jul. 19, 2012

A special thanks to all of you who joined us for our fourth and final session of our LTE series of webinars.  The LTE End-to-End QoS session was well attended and we had several questions we were not able to get to in the allotted time.  Below are the questions that came in, with answers provided by our two architects DS and James.

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As a company that specializes in embedded wireless infrastructure solutions, it’s pretty cool when we receive a nod from Embedded Computing Design as one of the top embedded innovators in the marketplace. Learn More »
It’s hard to believe, but we’ve made it through the last in our 4-part LTE Webinar Series that has taken a deep dive into the challenges (and benefits) of implementing LTE infrastructures. What topic was featured as the grand finale? End-to-end QoS in LTE. Learn More »
I recently spent a great week in London at Avren’s Small Cell World Summit. I am truly excited to announce that our TOTALeNodeB solution was awarded best enabling technology at the Small Cell Forum Industry Awards ceremony. Learn More »
The lazy days of summer have certainly kicked in across the country, but things here at Radisys have been anything but slow. Learn More »
Good news to report. The Radisys MPX-12000 has been honored with a 2012 NGN Leadership Award! Handed out by the editors at Internet Telephony, these awards recognize excellence in the next generation of communications technologies. Learn More »
Jennifer Zickel, Product Line Manager for COM Express, introduces Radisys’ first ruggedized COM Express module with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor covering the -40C to +85 C temperature range. This is a truly exciting opportunity for our Aerospace and Defense customers. Learn More »

The LTE Service Layer

Posted by admin, Jun. 14, 2012

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Join Radisys for a 4-part series of interactive and thought-provoking webinars featuring expert members of our CTO Office and Product Line Management teams as they take a deep dive into the challenges and trade-offs when implementing LTE network infrastructure. Learn More »

The LTE Service Layer

Posted by admin, Jun. 14, 2012

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Join Radisys for a 4-part series of interactive and thought-provoking webinars featuring expert members of our CTO Office and Product Line Management teams as they take a deep dive into the challenges and trade-offs when implementing LTE network infrastructure. Learn More »

A mission-critical application for today’s military is just that, critically important for both situational awareness and safety. What does this entail today, given the amazing evolution of A&D communications that we have seen over the past decade? Today’s troops rely on ruggedized and portable wireless end-to-end communications networks. In many cases, this means increasing amounts of graphics processing and display – and the quicker the processor the better. But how do you get all of that performance punch into such a small form factor?

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A mission-critical application for today’s military is just that, critically important for both situational awareness and safety. Learn More »

Great news reached us this morning Radisys has been named as a shortlisted company in theSmall Cell Forum Awards.

Our TOTALeNodeB solution has been recognized as a vital Enabling Technology. We’ve achieved great commercial success with this breakthrough technology, including deployment with KT in the first LTE femtocell rollout – and it’s always exciting to be recognized in such a well-respected awards program.

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Last week we concluded our second webinar in the Radisys LTE Webinar Series, during which we continue to explore the complex but interesting topic of implementing LTE network infrastructure. Learn More »

Scaling the Core with T-Series Video

Posted by admin, May. 29, 2012

Commentary from Manish Singh, Keate Despain, VP, Andrew Alleman, Eric Gregory on the challenges faced by telecom equipment manufacturers and operators and how Radisys has stepped forward with T-Series ATCA Platforms to fulfill the requirement to move faster, transform R&D expense, and support Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud services. Learn More »
Several folks at Radisys have already blogged about our exciting ATCA T-Series announcement (see Keate’s post about innovation and Manish’s post about the industry drivers). I want to talk today about something we spent a great deal of time on, the T-Series Management Software on the new Radisys T40 Platform. Learn More »
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I’ve just returned from the UK after attending MAE 2012. This annual show is dedicated to embedded computing and integrated electronics for military, defense and aerospace applications. During my time there, I was asked to speak on an exciting topic, ultra-portable cellular networks. Learn More »

Next Stop Multi-mode Devices!

Posted by Renuka Bhalerao, May. 25, 2012 under LTE

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In my last blog earlier this week, I talked about the evolution of the small cell and looked at what to expect next from this exciting technology. Learn More »

Life Before Femtocells?

Posted by Renuka Bhalerao, May. 24, 2012 under Small-Cells, LTE

You might have lived without femtocells (small cells I mean) until now, but not anymore. What started as a solution for indoor coverage and evolved into the debate of BoM cost vs useful applications has certainly come a long way. Learn More »

40G Inflection Point Video

Posted by admin, May. 24, 2012

Keate Despain, Radisys VP/GM of the Platforms business unit, discusses the 40G inflection point — and why sophisticated new wireless core infrastructure solutions such as the T-Series ATCA Platforms are needed. Learn More »
Today I’m honored to write that we at Radisys have been nominated as a finalist for the annual American Technology Awards for the MPX-12000. Learn More »
Today I’m honored to write that we at Radisys have been nominated as a finalist for the annual American Technology Awards for the MPX-12000. Learn More »
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Much of the talk from the first day of the Informa LTE World Summit has been about how to make money from LTE. Perhaps that shouldn’t be a surprise given the macro-economic climate. Learn More »
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RCR Wireless recently tapped Monica Paolini of Senza Fili Consulting to participate in its weekly “Analyst Angle” feature. Learn More »
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According to the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI), 36 percent of all current Internet traffic is being delivered over Wi-Fi. By 2015 that number is forecast to reach 46 percent, at which point less than 10 percent of all traffic will be carried over cellular networks.

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This LTE/EPC “Demo in a Box” demo, presented by Oscar Martinez of Radisys at AUVSI 2012, illustrates a small form factor communications solution. Learn More »
Radisys is constantly trying to engage and include customers at an early stage of development. The Radisys Ecosystem Demonstration and Interoperability Lab (Redi-Lab) was created to provide our customers and partners with remote access to virtually any of Radisys’ assets. Take a tour with Krzysztof Bujak and see what the excitement is all about. Learn More »
Radisys is constantly trying to engage and include customers at an early stage of development. The Radisys Ecosystem Demonstration and Interoperability Lab (Redi-Lab) was created to provide our customers and partners with remote access to virtually any of Radisys’ assets. Take a tour with Krzysztof Bujak and see what the excitement is all about. Learn More »
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Our latest ATCA T-Series announcement, the introduction of the T40 platform, is a great proof point of what we pride ourselves here at Radisys on…innovation.

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There’s no simple way to explore the wide array of technical challenges we face as we enable our customers to implement LTE network infrastructure. Learn More »
We just announced the expansion of our ATCA T-Series family with the introduction of the T40, an ATCA-based 40G platform. Learn More »
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EETimes recently featured Radisys expert Renuka Bhalerao’s perspective on possible data offload approaches, specifically LTE Time Division Duplex (TDD).

She explains how implementing TDD on femtocells can lead to improved quality signal and optimized bandwidth allocation, thus delivering a high quality experience to the end users.

With the trend toward the HetNet, we can all agree that the topic of offload is critical, so I encourage you to read this timely piece!

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Our latest video below discusses LTE rollout considerations that give the power to monetize mobile video Value-Added Services (VAS) back to operators. Specifically, the video shows how the MPX-12000, deployed as an MRF in your next-gen infrastructure, can monetize huge streams of mobile video to increase ARPU.

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Our latest video below discusses LTE rollout considerations that give the power to monetize mobile video Value-Added Services (VAS) back to operators. Specifically, the video shows how the MPX-12000, deployed as an MRF in your next-gen infrastructure, can monetize huge streams of mobile video to increase ARPU.

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Network traffic continues to grow and the question becomes, how do we augment capacity on our networks to meet this exploding demand? Learn More »
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For mobile operators to capitalize on mobile video, and, in turn, increase ARPU, they have to build their networks in such a way that mobile value added services (VAS) can be offered to their customers. But what good are these revenue-generating offerings if consumers find them complicated to adopt or consume?

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We are very excited about our new webinar series entitled, Real Implementation Challenges of LTE Network Equipment: Exploring the Trade-offs and Solutions. Our intent is to share deep technical insights and provide direct access to the key technology experts from Radisys. Learn More »
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Why is this diagram so important that I would select it as the lead-in to this blog?

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Small Cells to the Rescue

Posted by Radisys Blogs, Apr. 16, 2012 under Small-Cells

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I just got back from Small Cells Asia conference in Taiwan and I’ve gotta tell you that while the message from mobile operators is the same, the urgency was dramatic.  You’ve heard it before, I’ve heard it before: Voice traffic is going down, data traffic is going way up, and signaling traffic is exploding.  In fact signaling traffic is growing 20 times faster than data traffic!  Those darn smart phone applications like Angry Birds, Google Maps, and the list goes on, just eat up the network resources with signaling traffic.

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Radisys MPX-12000 Intro Video

Posted by Ray Adensamer, Apr. 16, 2012

This is a brief introduction to the MPX-12000, an advanced MRF for LTE IMS, providing the scalable IP media processing required for Voice and Video over LTE (VoLTE), HD audio and video, and mobile VAS, combined with specialized media QoS processing services like VQE or IP-IP audio and video transcoding. Learn More »
Radisys has a special line of servers specifically targeted for medical applications. Learn More »

Scaling the Core Video

Posted by Manish Singh, Apr. 6, 2012

Manish Singh, Radisys CTO, discusses the need for wireless core upgrades — setting the stage for the Radisys T-Series ATCA Platforms

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Network traffic continues to grow and the question becomes, how do we augment capacity on our networks to meet this exploding demand?

In this video I discuss how we can leverage technological advances to improve the supply side in this supply/demand challenge.

Visit the Radisys website to learn more about TOTALeNodeB and all of our embedded wireless infrastructure solutions.

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With MWC in our rear view mirror, I wanted to take a moment to share some of the great coverage we secured leading up to and during the show itself. With over 175 wireless infrastructure customer wins, four new product launches and many great announcements (some in conjunction with our ecosystem partners) it’s no wonder I have many articles and videos to choose from.

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What would you say if I told you a Radisys software solution could cut the development time of your LTE small cell solution in half? Don’t worry, this isn’t going to be an infomercial. But, I hope I have your attention because our latest addition to the Trillium family does just that. Learn More »
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Like most people involved in Wireless market, I too made the yearly pilgrimage to Barcelona to attend MWC this year. First off, the two week later start must have had something to do with the nice weather we had during the whole time! :)

Nice balmy weather made the brief dash across the courtyards between meetings and halls made it very pleasant.

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MWC’12 Lost and Found

Posted by Manish Singh, Mar. 7, 2012 under Small-Cells

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MWC’12 was a lost and found event for me on many different fronts. My Phone, lost then found: Sunday I arrived in Barcelona all excited and looking forward to the week. And then suddenly my phone went missing. Learn More »
Hi, my name is Keate Despain and I am the VP/GM of the Platforms BU at Radisys. I lead a great team here at Radisys that supplies cutting-edge technology to many of the world’s leading brands. Learn More »

Todd Mersch and Abhishek Jain walk us through a real-life 3G / HSPA+ multi-RAB (radio access bearer) small cell demonstration consisting of concurrent voice and data sessions using Trillium Femtotality from Radisys

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Virtualization has been around for many years; most notably used in data centers where various applications are consolidated onto a single server, thereby reducing the total number of servers and overall power consumption. Learn More »

In this video blog, I dig into an important challenge facing today’s operators… how to deliver the best quality of service to their customers while still maximizing network efficiency.

Click play to learn how traffic management and policy enforcement solve the problems created by spectrum limitations.

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Mobile World Congress 2012

Posted by Lyn Pangares, Feb. 24, 2012 under Small-Cells

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I landed late last night in Barcelona, and I’m excited to work with my team to pull together our booth here for Mobile World Congress 2012!! Learn More »
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Here’s a blog fresh from the presses, we just announced that Mavenir has leveraged several Radisys solutions for its Mavenir mOne™ Convergence Platform. mOne is s a carrier-grade mobile cloud infrastructure that is already being used by multiple carriers. Learn More »
Today’s warfighters need more situational awareness on the battlefield and better communications back to the command center. Learn More »
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Our telecom solution portfolio is continuously evolving, and this time we’ve created another awesome product for DPI and networking applications. Learn More »

Last week was filled with great announcements, including updates on many of the exciting partnerships Radisys has forged with its clients. I want to take today’s blog to focus on one in particular, the news that Arkadin has deployed Radisys media servers for its new Cloud Collaboration Platform.

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Great piece of coverage posted on Telecoms.com. It features our own VP of Strategy & Innovation, Mike Coward, and his perspective on how encryption will affect DPI. Learn More »
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John Long was recently asked to sit down with the editors of Military & Aerospace Electronics to discuss how Radisys technology is helping to enable wireless communications in harsh environments, such as the battlefield. Learn More »
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Virtualization is a versatile technology that gives software developers greater control over operating systems and applications with respect to their mix, porting and security. Learn More »
Today the FemtoForum has announced its evolution to the Small Cell Forum (note: my somewhat delayed New Year’s resolution is from this day forward to not use the word “evolve” or derivations in any blogs – keep reading to see if I succeed). Learn More »

Another Happy Radisys Customer!

Posted by Karl Wale, Feb. 15, 2012 under ATCA

Today we announced that C2Tech has selected the Radisys 40G ATCA platform for their purpose-built load balancing and application software to analyze and process hundreds of gigabits per second (Gb/s) of traffic. Learn More »
Today’s announcement with Net2Phone really speaks to what we strive for here at Radisys – future-proofing our product designs to maintain long-term partnerships with our clients. Learn More »
The timing couldn’t be better for the announcement of our latest solution, the MPX-12000. Operators today are really feeling the squeeze, as mobile video and data traffic flow through their networks at ever increasing rates…without their share of the pie keeping pace. Learn More »

ATCA to the Rescue!

Posted by Venkataraman Prasannan, Feb. 8, 2012 under Security, ATCA

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What an exciting month! We’ve just announced another great collaboration, this time with the good folks at Polaris Wireless. Learn More »

Part Two – LTE: Serendipity?

Posted by Renuka Bhalerao, Feb. 6, 2012 under LTE

Editor’s note: This is part two of a blog that was inspired by the recent Wireless Watch column by Caroline Gabriel of Rethink Wireless (as seen on TelecomsEurope). Click here for the post.

In my last blog, I laid the groundwork for my argument that the emergence of LTE TDD technology was a serendipitous occurrence, rising beyond our expectations to meet modern network challenges. I also ended with a bit of a cliff-hanger…

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ITExpo in Miami marked its 40th anniversary and it’s not only changing with the times, but it is itself a harbinger of a technology evolution that will benefit enterprises of all sizes in the near future. Learn More »
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We have liftoff! Yesterday’s announcement is a great example of how Radisys partners with our customers to help them reach their goals. In this case, we leveraged our expertise and field-proven solutions to help a customer meet a very tight deployment deadline.

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COM E for A&D

Posted by Jennifer Zickel, Feb. 2, 2012 under COM-Express, Aero-Defense

It was a great day yesterday for the COM E team here at Radisys, with the announcement of the CEQM67HD. It’s the first ruggedized COM Express module with quad-core Intel® Core™ i7 processing and a -40 C to +85 C temperature range to hit the market, and we’re very excited about the benefits it provides to our A&D partners. Learn More »

LTE: Serendipity?

Posted by Renuka Bhalerao, Feb. 1, 2012 under LTE

Yes, this is how we can describe the emergence of LTE Time Division (TDD) technology onto the mobile infrastructure tech scene in the U.S. The Sprint-Clearwire LTE tie up is proof of it, and also a new beginning. Sprint has selected the Clearwire LTE TDD network to complement its own FD-LTE roll out in 800 MHz and PCS bands. Learn More »
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Today, it’s no longer a question of whether our mobile devices ensure uninterrupted voice. In fact, when is the last time you can recall that famous bespectacled pitchman asking if you can hear him now? Learn More »

VAS India was a Success!

Posted by Simon Miles, Jan. 23, 2012

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We had a Great Show at VAS India in Mumbai this week with over 250+ attendees. I was very privileged to speak at this show (see my presentation below) and I really hit home the message that Radisys was a company that was entering the Indian Market with a wealth of experience and products. Learn More »
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Today DPI and policy enforcement (PCEF) are pretty much defacto requirements for existing and future networks. Learn More »

Radisys at VAS India 2012

Posted by Simon Miles, Jan. 17, 2012

Heading to VAS India this week? Radisys experts will be on hand in Mumbai to discuss the latest mobile VAS trends as well as our embedded wireless infrastructure solutions.

I have the honor of presenting during the conference. I’ll be speaking to the topic, “Successful Strategies & Market Drivers for Mobile Value Added Services in India.”

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What will come out if you mix femtocell, picocell, metrocell, macrocell, Wi-Fi, cloud RAN and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)? Wait, there is more to layer on top of this – 2G, 2.5G, 3G, LTE and LTE Advanced. Well, you guessed right – the Heterogeneous Network (a.k.a. the HetNet) is born. Learn More »
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Radisys has been a leader in ATCA since the very start, so it was especially exciting to participate in the recent ATCA Summit and celebrate the 10th anniversary of the standard. Learn More »
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After a crazy travel schedule I couldn’t be happier to be heading to a conference in my own backyard. Who wouldn’t want to come to sunny San Diego in early December to hear the world’s experts expound on the potential and challenges for small cells. I’m excited to see what my colleagues have to say and look forward to sharing some of my own ideas.

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After spending 50% of October at conferences either focused on (Informa Small Cells) or hijacked by (4G World) “small cells” I’ve been itching to highlight some of the new opportunities for the greater femto market. Learn More »
As the only embedded supplier offering hardware, software and services, Radisys had a successful showing at the recent 4G World 2011 Conference and Expo. Learn More »

Death of AT&T’s Data Cap, Part 2

Posted by admin, Sep. 15, 2011

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In Part 1 of this blog entry we talked about the reasons why data caps are such a bad idea: they scare users away from using the innovative features on their shiny new devices – so the first operator that can eliminate this fear can probably get a nice uptick in subscribers. Learn More »
In further testing, RadiSys has found that the HM-Zd connectors can have a significant impact on platform performance. Yet the current HM-Zd connector appears to underperform in a 40G chassis, causing crosstalk and reflections (where some of the signal is reflected back to the transmitter, rather than reaching all the way to the receiver). Learn More »

By David Chambers of ThinkFemtocell

Since we last spoke with Manish almost a year ago, Continuous Computing have made further strides to increase their customer base for Trillium software stacks used to build femtocells. In this interview, Manish, who is currently their VP of Product Line Management, observes the changing eco-system of femtocell vendors and shares some insights into the rapidly evolving LTE femtocell development community.

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Are FR4 boards, currently used today in the 10G platform, a viable option for the 40G platform? Learn More »

TDD for Femtos, FDD for Macros

Posted by Manish Singh, May. 13, 2011

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Almost a year back I’d blogged on the opportunity that TD-LTE is creating for network operators to architect & deploy non-interfering, high capacity, heterogeneous mobile networks. Learn More »

CPU Arms Race Heats Up — Literally!

Posted by Karl Wale, May. 8, 2011 under ATCA

In the last week or so we have seen a flurry of news releases from Cavium and NetLogic. These two heavy hitters in the high-end packet processing space have been promoting their latest technologies which push performance ever higher. Learn More »
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What’s better than winning TWO awards for our LTE Femtocell Reference Design? Learn More »

The Right Materials for 40G

Posted by Matt St Peter, Apr. 14, 2011 under ATCA

Your choice of board materials and connectors can have a significant impact on system performance, and in turn, 40G compliance. But how do these choices work in combination? At RadiSys, we’re evaluating these combinations so that you can see the effects of each choice you make. Learn More »
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Unable to sleep, yet wildly comfortable (thanks Singapore Airlines – as always) on my long haul flight back from Femtocells Asia 2011, I figure, “Why not hammer out a note on my top observations from the event?” Learn More »
Radisys is proud to announce that we have registered and are in compliance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), administered by the United States Department of State Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), making Radisys an ITAR-approved U.S. Mil/Aero solutions supplier. Learn More »

What Does It Take to Meet 40G?

Posted by Matt St Peter, Feb. 24, 2011 under ATCA

How can you measure whether your platform is truly 40G compliant, meaning that the chassis is able to deliver 40G to all slots, with reliable end-to-end connectivity? Learn More »
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People have been thinking about problems and the best techniques for solving them for centuries. Can you imagine how the world would look today if Mesopotamians in 3500 BC hadn’t solved transportation problems by inventing the wheel? Learn More »
Beyond integration of 10Gb Ethernet, one of the primary goals of the PICMG 3.1 Revision 2.0 subcommittee was interoperability and backward compatibility with existing ATCA equipment. Learn More »

Ethernet on the 40G backplane

Posted by Bob Pebly, Feb. 4, 2011 under ATCA

Shortly after adoption of the IEEE 802.3ap specification for backplane Ethernet, the PICMG 3.1 Revision 2.0 subcommittee began work in early 2008 to integrate the backplane definitions into the ATCA specification family. Learn More »

It isn’t any secret that the revenue-generating opportunities for service providers lie in delivering high bandwidth mobile data services and video applications to their subscribers. To keep up with the rapid growth in demand for 3G services and the shift to 4G, IDC predicts that 10G ATCA platforms will give way to 40G platforms in 2011. This means that for network elements that will deploy in 2011, TEMs must be able make their platform decisions today.

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I’m very excited to introduce a series of blogs on our award winning ATCA-4.0 platform. There is a lot going on not only within the Telecom market, but within ATCA as well. Learn More »

Join Us at AFCEA West 2011

Posted by Keate Despain, Jan. 20, 2011 under Aero-Defense

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With the scope of military operations rapidly expanding, the system requirements for today’s mil/aero applications are as diverse as they are demanding. Need a rugged system that can perform video playback in real-time for command and control applications? Or maybe you have a system so mission-critical that downtime is not an option?

Well, we have good news. We have been developing solutions like these for years.

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ATCA: The Perfect Fit for DPI

Posted by Radisys Blogs, Dec. 29, 2010 under ATCA

Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) is an exciting new segment of the networking market. We can divide DPI applications into two categories. Learn More »
The increased number and variety of audio and video codecs flooding the modern telecommunication networks is making it difficult for carriers to keep their heads above water. Learn More »
I am sitting here writing this blog entry from another airport after spending the week talking to customers. Learn More »

New industry organization enables collaboration among technology providers to yield faster time to market for intelligent telecom network solutions.

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Radisys’ Lifecycle Support

Posted by Cliff Brady, Oct. 7, 2010

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At Radisys, we back all of our products with lifecycle support and service by providing full product support, delivering the tools our customers need to lower total cost, speed development, and bring cutting-edge solutions to market. A colleague of mine, Lyn Pangares, recently asked me to sit down with her to discuss what my team of Technical Service Engineers (TSEs) brings to our customers. The result was an interesting Q&A worth sharing.

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Historically, for companies to offer any sort of voice or Unified Communications functionality, a requirement for applications such as a company call center, they would have had to build their own “service delivery platform” (SDP) to power those capabilities. Learn More »
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If you are a mobile network operator, then I suspect you cannot see the big picture – but I think you need to. Learn More »
As Mil/Aero system designers develop applications that meet the demands of today’s battlefield, it’s become increasingly difficult to satisfy performance requirements with traditionally used standards. Learn More »
The following net neutrality question-and-answer session recently took place over email Learn More »
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The stage is set: operators worldwide have chosen LTE as the overwhelming technology of choice. Learn More »
If you’re in the mobile industry, I challenge you to go through two meetings without someone alluding to everyone’s favorite whipping boy, the AT&T 3G network. It’s easy (lazy), public (in my face daily), tangible (you have an iPhone, right?) and apparently addictive. Learn More »
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Using a cell phone with U.S-based service while visiting Japan can mean a big bill for the user; giving good reason for the proliferation of prepaid and postpaid calling cards. Although these calling cards originally offered high margins and increased cash flow for service providers, the dropping international call rates and consumer demand for new technologies, has dampened the increasing margins and left providers looking for ways to diversify their offerings. As is the case in most business, service providers want to provide more services, faster and at lower costs.

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As the General Manager of Radisys’ Commercial Business Unit, I have the exciting, yet challenging, yet rewarding job of balancing a host of customer, engineering, manufacturing and employee challenges on a daily basis. Learn More »
According to recent data, only one or two percent of consumers redeem paper coupons. Learn More »
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Is it time yet to buy a smart refrigerator already hooked up to the LTE network? Learn More »
Back in April, I was preparing to fly to Germany for the tail end of a business trip, when a volcano erupted. Learn More »

Who Pays?

Posted by Karl Wale, Jul. 11, 2010 under ATCA

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In fact, a more accurate title to this blog post might be, “Who Pays and Who Suffers?” or possibly, “Who Pays but Still Suffers?” I guess this could be applied to many things (including the wonderful tax system here in the UK!), but what I am referring to here is the internet and more specifically how access to it will be provided in the future. Learn More »

Billions of Femtocells…

Posted by V Srinivasa Rao, Jul. 9, 2010 under Small-Cells

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Over the last couple of years femtocells have matured as a technology addressing capacity and coverage issues for service providers. We have witnessed various service providers rolling out femtocell services across the world and some are now so bold (and optimistic) to envision, “A billion people served by 100 million femtocells by 2015”.

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As an open specification, ATCA is oft marketed as a “plug-and-play” technology, but in reality, there’s more to ATCA than just plugging it in and powering up the system. Learn More »
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My prediction of the week: AT&T’s data cap won’t survive. I predict it’ll be replaced by tiered service levels – and I’ll explain in a bit. Learn More »
I’ve got GREAT news to report: we WON the prestigious Femto Forum award for Enabling Technology at this year’s Femtocells World Summit in London! Learn More »

Killers Amongst Us

Posted by Radisys Blogs, Jun. 17, 2010 under LTE

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At the time of the advent of a new technology, the question invariably asked is whether we are putting the cart before the horse. Is there an application which will unravel the benefits of new technology? Learn More »

Bling Your Ring!

Posted by Todd Mersch, Jun. 10, 2010 under Small-Cells

Hello, do I have your attention? I thought I might get at least a few more eyeballs out of sheer curiosity based on the blog title, “Bling Your Ring”. A cheap trick, I admit, and in the spirit of honesty it’s not even a title of my own creation. Learn More »
From smart phones to VoIP conference systems in our offices, modern communication is dependent on the reliable transfer of two-way multimedia information. Learn More »
Today’s 3G mobile networks have ignited the consumption of mobile video services. Learn More »
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When it’s great, it’s REALLY GREAT. Such is the exciting life of employees at a progressive, on-the-move technology company like Continuous Computing. We’re growing, the sales team is motivated, engineers are innovating and customers are happy. Life is good. 

So good, in fact, that this has been a big week for us in terms of awards and recognition.

First, our jointly-developed LTE Femtocell Reference Platform was honored by the Informa LTE Awards at the LTE World Summit 2010 in Amsterdam for Best Enabling Product/Technology Award.

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Higher Performance Platforms

Posted by Radisys Blogs, May. 19, 2010 under ATCA

We have seen significant interest in ATCA from the Mil / Aero segment. Learn More »
To deliver optimal performance and efficiency, network equipment providers are making increased use of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology to identify applications and network usage. Learn More »

Danish Duo – FDD & TDD

Posted by Manish Singh, May. 10, 2010 under Small-Cells, LTE

The LTE spectrum auction in Denmark concluded with four operators securing bands at 2.5GHz. Hutchinson-backed 3 Denmark led the charge followed by TDC, Telenor Denmark and Telia Denmark. Learn More »
Radisys recently announced the addition of the ATCA Solution Partners category to our Radisys Alliance Partner Program (RAPP). Learn More »

ATCA Build vs. Buy

Posted by Radisys Blogs, May. 6, 2010 under ATCA

We had a great “online tradeshow” today, the Light Reading xTCA COTS Virtual Event. (Check out the recording after May 11th at this link.) Learn More »

As I wrote in part 1 of this blog entry, last week I was in Stockholm for LTE Forum 2010 and had the privilege to hear TeliaSonera discuss their commercial LTE rollout (the world’s first!). The following is a continuation of my thoughts.

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Last week I was in Stockholm, the Swedish capital, attending the LTE Forum 2010 event. Learn More »

AT&T’s Billion Dollar App

Posted by Radisys Blogs, Apr. 24, 2010 under Small-Cells

No, no, AT&T won’t make a billion from this app. Instead, this app will cost AT&T a billion dollars.

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In reference to ETSI’s recent “1st UMTS Femtocell Plugfest”, I suggest that we all make a pact to try much harder in the telecommunications industry to not give things such technocratic names like “femtocell” or, in this case, “plugfest”. Are you with me, people?

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I don’t know if it is the lure of learning all about the latest mobile gadgets or the beautiful city of Barcelona, but a lot of people end up gathering at  Mobile World Congress every February. Given the Telecom focus we here at RadiSys have, we attend this show on a regular basis. It’s a great place to see your customers and customer’s customers congregate on topics that are near and dear to them. Usually, there is a buzz about something and last year it was about LTE. Interestingly, this year, the buzz was notably missing – it was not LTE, WiMAX, Video.

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40G ATCA – Mobile Internet Offload

Posted by Karl Wale, Mar. 18, 2010 under ATCA

Mobile World Congress remained a very busy show in 2010 with demanding schedules and exhausting hours. Learn More »
The buzz was in the air as 49,000 people from 200 countries gathered in Barcelona last week to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the mobile industry. Learn More »
Radisys® Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), a leading global provider of application–ready software and hardware platforms, today announced that Nolam Embedded Systems has joined the Radisys Alliance Partner Program (RAPP) as a Gold member. Learn More »

During a recent tradeshow a few companies from emerging markets, having heard about us as Femtocell leaders, came by our booth enquiring about the prospects for a 2G Femtocell. At the time I thought this was an interesting query from a fringe market when most of the world has moved over to 3G and taking their first steps toward LTE. However, after witnessing how the 3G spectrum license auctions in India are unraveling, and seeing increasing capacity and coverage problems with the current Indian wireless infrastructure, 2G Femtocells do not look all that ill-conceived to me now.

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The new Radisys CEQM57XT that operates over -25-70C extended temperature range with the Intel® Core™ i7 and i5 processors and the Mobile Intel® QM57 Express chipset is getting a lot of buzz from design engineers.  The durability of the Radisys extended temperature range products is becoming well known and they are being designed in to standard embedded applications as well as the well known mil/aero, transportation and industrial applications such as ruggedized computers/tablets, unmanned vehicles/robots, in-vehicle computers

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Video for both mobile and web users was also a popular topic, including the emerging H.265 codec and WebRTC (and its supported codecs, including VP8 for video). Learn More »
I recently had the opportunity to speak at the Small Cells Americas Forum, held last week in Dallas, Texas. Learn More »

Every year, new innovations in hardware and software emerge that can potentially enable significant performance gains.

Choosing between serious contenders is a major task, since various imaging modalities span large performance ranges and the market is extremely competitive on all fronts. Recent advances in parallel processing show great promise in enabling improvements in medical imaging equipment performance.

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