Radisys Corporation, a provider of embedded wireless infrastructure solutions for telecom, aerospace, defense and public safety appliance deployment, revealed that it is showcasing its end-to-end LTE solution at 4G World in Chicago.
The live demonstration features an LTE in a Box (News - Alert) solution which illustrates a small form factor communications solution utilizing Trillium Software and COM Express compute module along with an eNodeB radio device (EVM).
The LTE (News - Alert) in Box delivers a powerful LTE end-to-end solution for critical military communications from battlefield communications to emergency services that can be deployed quickly.
Radisys’ applications are deployed in a wide variety of 3G and 4G/LTE mobile network applications. Some of them include Radio Access Networks (RAN) from femtocells to macrocells, LTE Evolved Packet Core (LTE EPC), Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) and policy management, wireless security, and IP Multimedia Subsystem (News - Alert) (IMS) network services.
Further, the company’s solutions have been widely deployed for a variety of embedded wireless infrastructure solutions including Trillium wireless protocol software, ATCA platforms and best-in-class packet processing, compute and switch modules; and IP media servers and application software for delivering value-added services.
At 4G World, it will also be displaying its ATCA back-plane redundancy platform for telecom deployment scenarios. The ATCA platform is designed to enable hardware redundancy; however, software is required to enable these features in a platform solution. Luckily, the offering leverages switch software to enable the backplane redundancy on both 10G and 40G platforms.
Radisys' CTO Manish Singh (News - Alert) will be a panelist in the 4G World conference track, where he will discuss the challenges and opportunities in monetizing 4G. The panelist session titled, "Platforms to Monetize Voice and Video over LTE," is part of the conference track "Monetization Mechanisms Value over 4G" and examines how 4G voice and video technologies can compete with over-the-top offerings.
Edited by Jamie Epstein