Continuous Computing to Demonstrate the Future of DPI and Wireless Convergence at CTIA Wireless 2009
Continuous Computing(r), the only company deploying uniquely architected systems comprised of telecom platforms and Trillium(r) software, will showcase demonstrations, customers, and partners at CTIA Wireless 2009 that illustrate the future of wireless convergence and reaffirm the company's commitment to providing time-saving and performance-optimizing products in the femtocell, Long Term Evolution (LTE), and Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) markets.
SAN DIEGO – March 25, 2009 – Continuous Computing®, the only company deploying uniquely architected systems comprised of telecom platforms and Trillium® software, will showcase demonstrations, customers, and partners at CTIA Wireless 2009 that illustrate the future of wireless convergence and reaffirm the company’s commitment to providing time-saving and performance-optimizing products in the femtocell, Long Term Evolution (LTE), and Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) markets.
At the company’s booth (Hall C1/C2 #5506), Continuous Computing will also discuss its recently announced Wireless and DPI solutions designed to enable Network Equipment Providers (NEPs) to accelerate the delivery of carrier-class systems to market by upwards of 12 to 24 months. Resulting in up to a 50 percent higher return on investment, Continuous Computing capabilities help NEPs meet high operator demand despite budget reductions related to the current economic environment. To this end, customers Procera Networks (NYSE Alternext US: PKT) and C&S Microwave will exhibit the capabilities of their PacketLogic DPI and Femtocell Access Point product lines respectively, both of which are powered by Continuous Computing, and partner picoChip will also be in Continuous Computing’s CTIA booth to showcase its femtocell capabilities and underscore the exciting home base station market opportunity.
“Continuous Computing is addressing the real concerns of both NEPs and operators,” said Richard Webb, directing analyst at Infonetics Research. “While the wireless market is going through some challenging times, along with most global industries, NEPs must still fulfill market demand and can successfully meet their product and financial objectives by outsourcing larger-scale projects to qualified companies like Continuous Computing.”
Continuous Computing will also announce an alliance with an industry-leading company that provides high-performance embedded networking and security software at CTIA Wireless 2009. The partnership will result in converged and standalone femtocell solutions that will allow NEPs to get to market much faster with femtocell products that offer a comprehensive feature set and easier installation, provisioning, and management for both the service provider and the end customer.
“We are committed to being the one-stop-shop for NEPs of all sizes who can leverage our knowledge and expertise in the femtocell, LTE, and DPI arenas,” said Mike Coward, chief technology officer and co-founder of Continuous Computing. “Continuous Computing is the only provider in our space who combines DPI, wireless, and Trillium expertise and is focused on working with NEPs to bring the next generation of solutions to market.”
At CTIA Wireless, Continuous Computing will provide multiple examples that showcase the company’s advanced software and hardware femtocell, LTE, and DPI integration expertise, including:
• The “Adaptive Traffic Shaping” demonstration shows advanced DPI capabilities that can be used by NEPs and wireless operators to adjust and maintain end-user bandwidth in spite of dynamic changes to overall network loading. The patent-pending solution architecture features application-level software and FlexTCA™ DPI system integration provided by the company’s new Solutions & Services business practice.
• A joint Continuous Computing / Cavium Networks demonstration combines market-leading Trillium LTE protocol software integrated with the Cavium OCTEON Plus CN58xx Multi-Core MIPS64 processor. The demonstration will include the S1-MME interface (Trillium S1AP and SCTP stacks) running on a Cavium OCTEON Plus CN58xx evaluation board.
• A femtocell solution suite features Trillium Femtocell software, TeamF1 security and wireless gateway software, and picoChip silicon for high-speed voice, video, and data on Femtocell Access Points and Femtocell Gateways.
For more information about Continuous Computing, converged femtocell devices, and the company’s broad range of Wireless and DPI solutions capabilities, please go to www.ccpu.com or visit the company at CTIA Wireless 2009 (located in Central Hall C1/C2 at stand #5506) held from April 1-3, 2009 in Las Vegas, NV.
About Continuous Computing
Continuous Computing® is the only company deploying uniquely architected systems comprised of telecom platforms and Trillium® software. Leveraging more than 20 years of innovation, the company enables network equipment providers to rapidly deploy carrier-class LTE, DPI, and femtocell applications with reduced risk, cost, and complexity. Only Continuous Computing combines open-standards systems, Trillium protocol software, and expert professional services to create fully-integrated solutions that empower more than 150 customers worldwide to accelerate new product delivery and maximize return on investment. www.ccpu.com.
Continuous Computing is an active member of 3GPP, Blade.org, CP-TA, ETSI, Femto Forum, Intel ECA, and the SCOPE Alliance.