Continuous Computing to Showcase Femtocell, DPI, and Trillium LTE Demos at Mobile World Congress
Continuous Computing(r), the only company deploying uniquely architected systems comprised of telecom platforms and Trillium(r) software, will showcase three demonstrations in its booth at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, held from February 16 to 19, 2009, including its patent-pending "Adaptive Traffic Shaping" solution architecture.
SAN DIEGO – February 11, 2009 – Continuous Computing®, the only company deploying uniquely architected systems comprised of telecom platforms and Trillium® software, will showcase three demonstrations in its booth at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, held from February 16 to 19, 2009, including its patent-pending “Adaptive Traffic Shaping” solution architecture.
In addition, Continuous Computing will participate alongside leading wireless industry innovators in the FemtoZone. Hosted by GSMA and Femto Forum, the FemtoZone will serve as the industry’s central information resource on femtocells at Mobile World Congress. Continuous Computing’s vice president of product line management, Manish Singh, will share his femtocell industry expertise during his presentation in the FemtoZone:
Who: Manish Singh, VP product line management, Continuous Computing
What: “Under the Hood: The Ten Most Important Steps to Building a Femtocell,” in which he
will discuss the design, development, and application of femtocells
When: Tuesday, February 17 at 2:30 pm
Where: The FemtoZone: Hall 2, Level 1, Booth B34
In its booth (Hall 1, Booth 1F04), Continuous Computing will provide three unique demonstrations that showcase the company’s advanced software and hardware integration expertise in the Long Term Evolution (LTE), Deep Packet Inspection (DPI), and Femtocell markets:
• The “Adaptive Traffic Shaping” demonstration shows advanced packet processing capabilities that can be used by network equipment providers and mobile 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.
• An end-to-end femtocell demonstration featuring Trillium Femtocell software and picoChip silicon displays high-speed voice, video, and data traversing a Trillium-powered femtocell access point and a FlexTCA Wireless femtocell gateway.