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I am excited to share that our turnkey Mobile CORD (M-CORD) solution has been shortlisted for the 2017 Global Telecoms Awards in the “Advancing the Road to 5G” category. We worked closely with our ONF and CORD partners to deliver the industry’s first end-to-end open reference solution for M-CORD, bringing the CORD framework to the mobile edge of the network for 5G services.

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IN THE LAST 20 YEARS, 52% OF THE FORTUNE 500 COMPANIES HAVE DISAPPEARED.

Disrupt – or be disrupted.

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I am pleased to share that our DCEngine compute sleds have received OCP-INSPIRED™ certification from the Open Compute Project (OCP). As further testament to our team’s great work in delivering a solution that aligns with OCP’s principles, the vote by the technology giants that form OCP’s incubation committee – AMD, AT&T, Facebook, Google, Hyve, Microsoft, Salesforce and Verizon – was unanimous.

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Oregon, specifically central Oregon, lies in the path of totality for the solar eclipse. While it’s exciting, we’re also bracing for a massive influx of people eager to experience total darkness in the middle of the day. Early reports are predicting up to one million cars hitting Oregon’s highways, which our infrastructure isn’t prepared to handle. Learn More »
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The Radisys MediaEngine product family adds another award to the trophy case with the announcement that our MediaEngine™ Virtualized Transcode Resource Function (vTRF) has been named a 2017 Communications Solutions Product of the Year by TMC. This award, coupled with our customers’ adoption of the product, validates our belief that an innovative new approach to transcoding offers compelling value to our customers. Learn More »
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Yesterday Intel® launched its new Xeon® Scalable platform with a big launch event that included keynotes, a partner showcase and more. At Radisys, we’ve been working with Intel behind the scenes to add the new Xeon processors to our DCEngine, but I wanted to hear what Intel’s top execs would share about this completely re-architected processor designed for the cloud and delivering the largest performance improvement in a decade.

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On June 12, an Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV) Summit was held in Asia (Beijing) for the first time since OPNFV’s formation in 2014. I recently returned from this conference, an event that further emphasized both the global recognition and advancements of OPNFV technology and its progression towards large scale commercial deployments. Learn More »
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I recently returned from 5G World held in London at the ExCeL from June 13 to June 17. Throughout the show, there was a lot of spirited discussion around 5G architecture, including the various options for splits being defined in 3GPP, the Standalone Mode and Non-Standalone Mode implementation, as well as deployment considerations around performance and latency. Many of the panel sessions focused on the principles and tradeoffs that Communications Service Providers (CSPs) face as they seek to build their next generation software-centric networks with open source technology. Learn More »
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The CG-OpenRack-19 specification was put under the spotlight at last week’s Open Compute Project (OCP) Telco Workshop, which served as a lead-in session to the Light Reading Big Communications Event. Along with AT&T’s Tom Anschutz, I had the opportunity to lead the discussion at this workshop and educate attendees about the benefits that an open hardware solution brings to the telco industry. While Radisys has seen growing traction for OCP-based hardware, about half of the audience was new to the concept. Learn More »
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In a world of ubiquitous multimedia connectivity with Snapchat, Twitter, Skype - pick your favorite communication app - most people take access to communication services for granted. In fact, universal service - the principle that all consumers should have access to communications services - was first publicly proclaimed in 1907 by AT&T’s then president, and made law in the US with the Communications Act in 1934. Unfortunately for millions of hearing impaired consumers, this concept was not realized until the mid 1960s. In 1964 Ma Bell’s PSTN added a second sense with the introduction of Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf (TDDs). Learn More »