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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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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 »

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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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 »
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Today DPI and policy enforcement (PCEF) are pretty much defacto requirements for existing and future 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 »
I am sitting here writing this blog entry from another airport after spending the week talking to customers. 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 »

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 »