ATCA/Standard Servers

Telco Systems Adds Load Balancing

MANSFIELD, Mass. -- Telco Systems, a BATM company (LSE: BVC) and developer of multi-service Carrier Ethernet access and demarcation solutions, has announced the next release of its ATCA hub blades with integrated load balancing features supporting wire speed 10G to 40G performance with dynamic resource allocation capabilities. The new load balancing features include statistical and dynamic schedulers that can be customized based on any type of applications header fields for implementation across multiple blades or chassis for 10G and 40G ATCA chassis based solutions.

Using integrated load balancing directly on the T-HUB switching blades, developers can now optimize their solution for new 40G applications requiring in-device, wire speed, dynamic load balancing to address highly variable bandwidth and traffic patterns that adversely impact system resources. Integrated T-HUB switching blades are ideal for ATCA based wireless LTE packet gateways, security, cloud appliances, policy access control, IPTV, IMS and deep packet inspection devices requiring high performance switching and load balancing. T-HUB blades enable developers to not only lower overall CAPEX costs but also realize OPEX savings by minimizing footprint space, power, and management resources incurred with external load balancing appliances.

“Telco Systems harnessed its carrier grade networking expertise to allow ATCA application developers to gain inter-working advantages and efficiencies in the carrier’s networks,” said Aviv Miller, product line manager for Telco Systems. “Embedding load balancing on the blade enables developers real time network programmability to address today’s need for cloud virtualization while shortening developers overall time-to-market.”

Telco Systems (BATM)

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