(NASDAQ: RSYS), a leading provider of embedded wireless infrastructure solutions, and
, a leading provider of information and communication technology (ICT)-based business solutions, today announced their strong commitment for a continued partnership—building upon nearly 10 years of collaboration, six generations of Radisys AdvancedTCA (ATCA) platform solutions and numerous successful network deployments.
After scaling through six generations, Fujitsu’s current base platform is comprised almost entirely of award-winning Radisys ATCA solutions, and is now poised to migrate to Radisys’ next-generation 40G ATCA platform. Addressing the explosion of bandwidth-intensive applications, and the introduction of LTE, Radisys’ 40G ATCA platform is pre-integrated to help network equipment manufacturers deliver the highest performance for 4G/LTE infrastructure.
“Throughout our nearly 10-year partnership, Radisys has provided us with top-quality, future-proof solutions for our unique carrier deployments, as well as unparalleled access to their ATCA experts,” said Kazuhiko Ito, senior vice president, Network Solutions Business Unit, Fujitsu. “By leveraging Radisys pre-integrated ATCA platforms and working closely with their design engineers, we have been able to evolve our base platform to ensure that our customers are receiving the capabilities they need at the quality they demand.”
One key capability that Fujitsu delivers on its ATCA platforms is the network service probe. Network service probes have become an increasingly important part of controlling network services to increase the network security. Probes gather data essential to the construction of network history and traffic trends, allowing network professionals to make timely, informed decisions during a network crisis caused by unpredictable traffic storm or a system failure, and work proactively to prevent problems. In addition, probe data provides a solid basis on which managers can make network upgrade and enhancement decisions.
Fujitsu also leverages IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) applications in order to deliver to its carrier customers the framework they need to meet users’ unique, differentiated multimedia service demands. Moreover, the two companies continue to collaborate by leveraging Fujitsu’s expertise in high availability computing systems and Radisys’ experience with pre-integrated ATCA platforms to define innovative new products that expand the current capabilities and extend network availability.