HYPER-CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE, APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE
CDS | February 01, 2023
Leading multi-vendor services (MVS) provider for data centers, CDS, recently announced its record YoY growth, a 15% rise in revenue compared to 2021.
With a strong emphasis on boosting efficiency and finding practical, affordable solutions to optimize data centers, CDS has released two key updates to its software platform. First, the Raytrix MVS platform gets the new Enterprise Pricing Module, which enables customers to get faster data center maintenance quotes. The latest update with direct access to the CDS pricing engine enable partners to accelerate revenue opportunities by generating pricing quotes more quickly.
The new Data Center Modernization Assessment Service by CDS helps partners identify opportunities and unlock savings in their existing enterprise systems. Additionally, this service increases its monitoring capabilities and doubled CDS’ capacity to connect with more enterprise storage systems, find possible issues, and fix them before they impact performance.
Daniel Newton, CEO of CDS, said, “Our partner-first approach, coupled with our deep industry expertise, continues to build trust with our OEM partners and their major customers.” He further added, “With economic uncertainty being a top concern for many enterprises today, we’re looking out for their cost and operational efficiencies so they can focus on meeting the needs of their customers. In 2023, CDS is looking to expand our global footprint by increasing recognition of the strategic and cost-effective importance that multi-vendor services can bring to data centers and IT organizations worldwide.”
(Source – Business Wire)
CDS is the top supplier of multi-vendor support (MVS) services for data centers. High-end storage, server, and network devices are supported for mission-critical data centers via its Raytrix MVS software platform. Through OEMs and channel partners, CDS provides post-warranty support services for a variety of customers across the Americas, EMEA, Asia Pacific, and Japan. The company's maintenance and support services are created to increase the return on investment for these systems by extending the useful life of the IT infrastructure of its clients. With the help of its partnerships with the top worldwide providers of data center infrastructure, CDS is supporting over 700 customers in 45 countries to unlock data center spending across business IT infrastructure with various maintenance needs and cost containment requirements.
APPLICATION STORAGE, IT SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
Radisys&amp;amp;amp | February 28, 2023
On February 27, 2023, Radisys® Corporation, an industry leader in open telecom solutions, announced its partnership with Dense Air Networks, a company specializing in broadband solutions. The companies will develop a novel 5G small cell RAN solution set that utilizes licensed and shared spectrum to densify and improve coverage and capacity in 5G standalone networks. This innovative solution from Dense Air is designed to enable both MOCN and MORAN-based RAN sharing through the edge network capabilities of Radisys®5G RAN CU/DU software for outdoor and indoor deployments.
The partnership is the result of 15 months of intensive research and development conducted by Dense Air using the 5G CU and DU software portfolio from Radisys®. By leveraging the open interfaces and advanced 3GPP features from Radisys®, Dense Air manages shared 5G Neutral Host Infrastructure, and implements highly scalable, shared small cell solutions using high-performance RU hardware and a completely cloud-hosted, virtualized DU and CU platform.
Connect Open RAN 5G CU/DU solution hosted by Radisys® on the Dense Air platform is designed for high performance on various industry-leading processors and SoCs with
CU control-plane and user-plane scaling based on CUPS architecture.
CU/DU split over F1 interface as per 3GPP and O-RAN specifications.
Flexible lower-layer split alternatives in DU for SCF option 6 (FAPI/nFAPI) interface and O-RAN 7.2x fronthaul, allowing deployment of advanced features including Multi-TRP cluster cell.
Radisys® enables Dense Air to employ novel mmWave fronthaul working over O-RAN Split 6 interfaces and deploy shared streetside 5G small cell clusters installed on existing vertical assets, utilizing both licensed and shared spectrum.
Arun Bhikshesvaran, CEO of Radisys®, shared, "Radisys is excited to collaborate with Dense Air in designing this highly differentiated solution that extends the capabilities of 5G networks using advanced 3GPP features and open interfaces. Our field-proven 3GPP and O-RAN compliant software, integrated and benchmarked on multiple platforms, helps Dense Air deploy a highly scalable 5G RAN solution."
(Source – Business Wire)
Based in Hillsboro, Oregon, Radisys® Corporation offers disaggregated platforms and integration services that leverage open reference architectures and standards combined with open software and hardware. This enables service providers to build highly scalable and high-performance networks at optimum total cost of ownership. Its end-to-end solutions portfolio includes digital endpoints, disaggregated and open access and core solutions, and immersive digital applications and engagement platforms, all designed to drive open digital transformation. With its world-class network services organization, the company delivers full lifecycle services to help service providers succeed in today's highly competitive telecom industry.
HYPER-CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE,APPLICATION STORAGE
Mercury | January 27, 2023
Technology solutions provider, Mercury Systems, Inc., which delivers processing power to critical defense and aerospace missions, launched its next generation of rugged edge servers powered by 4th generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors. The new processors earlier known as Sapphire Rapids, are designed for faster compute-intensive edge workloads and provide quick insights needed for critical defense and aerospace missions.
The all-new RES X08 servers are built using the decades of experience Mercury has with its COTS Rugged Edge Server (RES) rackmount family. RES X08 servers support powerhouse NVIDIA H100 GPUs, low-latency PCIe 5.0 fabrics, high-speed DDR5 memory, versatile Compute Express Link (CXL) expansion and 400 Gbps network cards, packed in a highly configurable, ultra-rugged chassis. Using innovative and secure design, Mercury’s servers are designed from the ground up to dissipate and withstand massive thermal loads which are created by larger, more powerful components. With a smaller footprint, Mercury’s servers are capable of delivering higher computational performance for accelerated workloads in industrial and military applications.
Brian Perry, General Manager of Mercury’s Sensor Systems business unit, said, “The RES X08 follows in the lineage of field-proven RES X07 and RES X06 servers that meet the demanding requirements of mission-critical workloads at the edge.” He further added, “Tens of thousands of Mercury rugged servers are currently deployed across U.S. and international defense programs, and Mercury is proud to make the latest commercial Silicon Valley technologies profoundly more accessible to aerospace and defense customers.”
(Source – GlobeNewswire)
About Mercury Systems
Mercury Based in Andover, Massachusetts, Mercury systems is a technology solutions provider. The company utilizes its strategic investments in R&D, business partnerships, and M&A; Mercury enables aerospace and defense leaders in agile defence systems, avionics and mission computing, and new technologies to transform their systems from legacy to cutting edge. This opens possibilities for an integrated approach to mission success.
The crucial technologies, such as Signal, Software, and Security, required for mission success are included in the "core" of the Mercury Processing Platform. These technologies are made available from silicon to system scale with important differentiators, such as Mission Ready, Trusted and Secure, Software Defined and Open, and Modular.