The RadiSys (News
) ATCA Worldwide Virtual Tradeshow is off to a fast start today with online sessions about the future of ATCA technology revolving around hardware, operating systems, and middleware and a session titled, “ATCA Service Provider Strategies” already under their belts.
RadiSys is a major provider of advanced embedded solutions for the communications networking and commercial systems markets for OEMs, systems integrators, and solution providers.
The New York-based company has partnered with Enea, GoAhead Software, Intel (News
), VirtualLogix and Wind River to bring the event online from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. PST on Tuesday December 9, 2008.
This afternoon features a session called “Applications on ATCA” and “Video - Getting the Most From Multi-Processor (News
The first session, moderated by Doug Mohney, editor-in-chief at Fierce Telecom, is scheduled for 2 p.m. EST and 7 p.m. EST.
The session offers a comprehensive look at what it takes to make the jump to ATCA, from how to port existing applications to ATCA to demonstrating what changes typically have to be made and how long it take to do a straight port.
Other topics covered include: How can you optimize specification applications through software and hardware? What trade-offs are there to weigh between software and dedicated processor speed, especially in DSP-heavy applications? See just what it takes to move existing applications to ATCA with ease. Ensure a smooth transition and prepare for the little details with this exciting session on ATCA applications.
The second session at 3 p.m. EST and 8 p.m. EST is also hosted by Mohney. It will cover subjects such as encoding and transcoding video as users continue to migrate watching television on their cell phone and taking video they've shot on their phone and sending it to all of their friends.
Among other discussions participants will cover: Dedicated processing power, including the use of multiple DSPs and "smarter" software, is necessary for scaling applications to carrier-grade performance. See what the giants of technology think about the status and future of multi-media processing. Just what is the future of video on the network? What can be done to improve media performance today? How have VoIP and IMS driven innovation in multi-media processing? These questions and more will be answered by industry insiders.
To join the sessions find more information here.
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Edited by Tim Gray