New CEServices Module Supports Rising Service Provider MPLS-TP Deployments For Business-Class Ethernet Service Delivery From Access To CoreCTIA SUPER MOBILITY WEEK ??? LAS VEGAS ??? Market demand for higher capacity Carrier Ethernet connectivity to services such as high-definition video surveillance, cloud computing, mobile backhaul and data backup/disaster recovery continues to shape the global WAN infrastructure. According to Vertical Systems Group, Carrier Ethernet business-class service bandwidth is expected to surpass 75% of total global business bandwidth by 2017. Service providers increasingly rely on MPLS-TP to connect Carrier Ethernet access networks to existing IP/MPLS core networks for delivery of business-class MEF CE 2.0 services.To support this mounting service provider need, Vitesse Semiconductor announced availability of an MPLS-TP protocol software module for its CEServices??? software. Combined with the industry???s only service-aware architecture (ViSAA???), exclusively available in Vitesse???s Carrier Ethernet switch engines, CEServices provides a complete turnkey solution for Carrier Ethernet access network equipment. Access equipment based on MPLS-TP can deliver capabilities such as enhanced protection and connection-oriented packet switching, ideal for the ongoing transition from TDM to packet-based backhaul infrastructure.???We see MPLS-TP as a growing market requirement over the next few years ??? according to our global service provider research, over half of operators have deployed or plan to deploy MPLS-TP in the next two years,??? stated Michael Howard, principal analyst for carrier networks and co-founder of Infonetics Research. ???MPLS-TP is emerging as a must-have technology for service providers deploying an Ethernet Virtual Circuit-like architecture end-to-end over their network. Vitesse???s ViSAA technology building blocks can enable MEF CE 2.0 feature-full service delivery over Ethernet and MPLS-TP networks.???Enabling Rich Service Delivery of MEF CE 2.0 Carrier Ethernet ServicesVitesse???s offering includes advanced Operations and Maintenance (OAM) supporting service provider end-to-end provisioning, monitoring and managing of their Ethernet Virtual Circuits (EVCs). Vitesse Serval-2???, LynX-2??? and Jaguar-2??? Carrier Ethernet switch engines are the only merchant silicon solutions available today which can support both ITU (Y.1731) and IETF standards (BFD) for MPLS-TP OAM in hardware, enabling line rate performance.???The potential capex and opex advantages of using an EVC-like architecture end-to-end over carrier networks are largely untapped today,??? said Craig Pasek, software product marketing manager at Vitesse. ???MPLS-TP gives Ethernet service delivery robustness, greater scale, stronger layering and protection. Turnkey solutions like Vitesse???s that readily enable MEF CE 2.0, feature-rich service delivery over Ethernet and MPLS-TP networks will be essential for carriers to fully leverage those capex/opex benefits.???Vitesse at CTIA Super Mobility Week Vitesse will showcase its latest IC solutions and technologies for base station and mobile backhaul applications, including its 1G and 10G turnkey reference platforms, in Booth #4163, Mobile Backhaul Pavilion at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, Las Vegas from September 9-11, 2014. CTO Martin Nuss will speak at 4G World, co-located with CTIA Super Mobility Week, in the Enterprise Mobility track, ???4G Mobile Network and Device Security??? session on September 11 at 2:15 pm local time. To book a meeting or demo appointment, contact [email protected].
GM Creates Open Source uProtocol and Invites Automakers to Adopt It: Revolutionizing Automotive Software Development.
General Motors (GM) recently announced its entry into the Eclipse Foundation. The Eclipse Foundation is a prominent open-source software foundation. In addition, GMC announced its contribution of “uProtocol” to facilitate