Diversified Technology (News - Alert), a Mississippi-based provider of technology and standard off-the-shelf products based on PCI/ISA, COM Express, CompactPCI, AdvancedTCA and other standardized form factors, has just revealed the ATC7000 dual-socket AdvancedTCA (News - Alert) node blade server for next-generation telecommunications, embedded computing, and other kinds of communications applications. In addition, the ATC7000 boasts NEBS compliance.
The ATCA blade server has 12 cores of processing power (24 simultaneous threads with HyperThreading enabled), and features dual Intel Xeon 5600 series Westmere processors, a recent article stated. The ATC7000 has the capability to support as much as 64 gigabytes memory, as well as an optional RTM with additional network interface options.
According to the article, the board is PICMG 3.0 compliant, and provides for LTE/4G and other next-generation wireless and wireline applications, 3G and 4G Infrastructure, WiMAX (News - Alert), IMS applications, virtualization, IPTV, radio network controlling, datacenter/network operations, security and traffic handling, computational clustering, and transcoding and encoding processes.
JP Landry, networking program manager at Diversified Technology said in a statement the ATC7000 blade is available with the Intel Xeon L5628 processor for NEBS applications, and the more powerful Intel Xeon E5645 processor for the most demanding applications, says JP Landry, networking program manager at Diversified Technology.
In related news, TMCnet recently reported that Radware (News - Alert), a provider of application delivery solutions for business networking, has just been awarded the 2011 NGN Leadership Award from Technology Marketing Corporation's (TMC (News - Alert)) NGN Magazine for the third year in a row, for its Alteon 1000. The Alteon 1000 boasts both high MTBF and is NEBS-3 compliant.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein