AdvancedTCA: Living large
AdvancedTCA, MicroTCA, and AdvancedMCs are coming into their own.
Why AdvancedTCA is at home in HSS
This issue's topics include high-speed signaling design, simulation, and analysis.
Examine the features of new 6U CompactPCI offerings from a number of the leading vendors.
Macro, micro, and other views
Industry consolidation in the AdvancedTCA market is an expected sign of market maturation.
Human interaction and knowledge have benefited greatly from communications technologies unimagined even a few decades ago.
NXTcomm 2007, IPTV, and the future of networks
North America’s largest telecom oriented trade show was held in Chicago’s McCormick Place June 18-21. This event has a colorful history, beginning as SUPERCOMM, then morphing into GLOBALCOMM and TelecomNext last year when the two sponsoring...
Interesting new things
Joe Pavlat summarizes some of the articles from this month’s issue.
Q&A with In-Stat on a new study: IP PBX adoption rate dependent upon new services, software
Director Joe Pavlat spoke with Norm Bogen, Director, Networking Research at In-Stat about the IP PBX market, the applications that will drive companies toward “all IP” based systems, and the role of CompactPCI, AdvancedTCA, and MicroTCA as ...
MilTCA? Not yet
Originally designed for telecom applications, MicroTCA has attracted interest in unanticipated markets. Among these are military land, mobile, and airborne systems.
The universe is expanding
The universe of new platform standards for communications and telecom applications continues to grow in depth and breadth. Here you’ll find insiders’ perspectives on the new MicroTCA standard, ratified by PICMG in July.
Ultra Wideband: Quiet, fast, struggling
UWB is applicable to a host of embedded computing applications where its attributes of high bandwidth, very low power, robustness, and low cost can be put to use in ways that one can only begin to imagine.
GLOBALCOMM 2006 saw more than 20,000 people attend North America’s largest telecommunications infrastructure trade show. Exhibitors numbered more than 500 at the June 4-8 Chicago conference.