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RadiSys Launches 40-Gig ATCA

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HILLSBORO, Ore. -- RadiSys® Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), a leading global provider of embedded computing solutions for telecommunications and other industries, today announced the RadiSys ATCA 4.0 initiative, the company’s 4th generation of AdvancedTCA (ATCA) products that are designed to support the next generation of high bandwidth applications. A first in the marketplace, this fully integrated platform features the latest technology in the industry, incorporating a 10GBASE-KR and 40GBASE-KR4 capable backplane and 40G switching capability. As Telecom Equipment Manufacturers (TEMs) focus on building next generation network elements, including 4G and Broadband, the RadiSys ATCA 4.0 platform will provide them with the next generation switching, power and cooling that they require.

"As the proven leader in ATCA platform deployments, RadiSys understands the time to market pressures that our TEM customers face in the next generation mobile infrastructure market, and the technical and product decisions that they need to make now to stay in front of the market," said Anthony Ambrose, Vice President and General Manager, Communications Networks, RadiSys. "Our 4th generation 40G platform announcement reinforces our technology leadership that we delivered in our 3rd generation 10G platform, and demonstrates how we anticipate customers’ future requirements better than any other company."

Radisys Corp. (Nasdaq: RSYS)

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