10G AdvancedTCA (News - Alert)-based telecom platform deployment solutions are continuing to increase in popularity thanks to the speed and reliability offered by these products.
In a significant development in the telecom platform deployment industry, SANBlaze (News - Alert) Technology, a provider of storage, networking and multifunction solutions for embedded systems, has acquired Diversified Technology Inc.’s (DTI) AdvancedTCA 10G switch product family.
As a result of this acquisition, SANBlaze will be better targeting the ever-expanding telecom platform deployment market. The company aspires to become a major supplier of AdvancedTCA storage, compute and network elements as well as complete integrated solutions.
"Integrating the DTI (News - Alert) ATCA switch line into our existing set of products and services signifies our next step in meeting our goal of providing greater value to our customers and continued commitment to the xTCA market,” said Steve Munroe, president, SANBlaze Technology, in a statement.
He added, “xTCA is a proven set of Open Standards that allows us to support mission critical, scalable, embedded computing applications across a broad set of markets," Munroe added."The addition of the DTI ATCA switch family completes our ATCA family by adding 10G Ethernet switching to our existing ATCA storage and compute solutions."
SANBlaze now delivers the SB-ATS1936 and SB-ATS1927 10G Ethernet Switch products. Further, it will continue the production and supply of complementary AdvancedMC (News - Alert) (AMC) and Rear Transition Modules (RTM).
Some of the products included in the AMC module include the AMCLVT that provides front panel video access and one 1G Ethernet port; the AMCLED designed to give link status indicator LEDs to the user and is designed for use with ATS1936 10G ATCA Switch; and the AMC1G-4C single-width, mid-height AMC Ethernet switch with four 10/100/1000Base-T ports.
Additionally, the RTM product suite consists of SB-RTM1936 Rear Transition Module that expands the external connectivity of the SB-ATS1936 with additional ingress/egress ports. The SB-RTM1936 supports both 10G and 1G operation and fully manages the SB-ATS1936 switch from the rear.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein