prnewswire | February 02, 2021
SiTune, a trend-setter of numerous ages of cutting edge RF and Mixed-signal System on a Chip, today reported two new items for 5G O-RAN framework equipment arrangements including Radio Units (RU) and Distributed Radio Units (dRU) for large scale and miniature organizations.
These savvy items, IceWings and SnowWings, are the world's first multi-standard super wide-band RF handset arrangements explicitly intended to encourage the virtualization of cell environment and disaggregation of equipment and programming in 5G organizations. IceWings and SnowWings quad-channel arrangements depend on Analog RF and Digital RF innovation, for a wide scope of uses openly and private organizations.
These items are gotten from a remarkable, licensed fast and super wide-band RF/Mixed mode innovation utilized in different ages of SiTune's items presently in arrangements.
Rafay Systems | June 03, 2022
Rafay Systems, the leading Kubernetes Operations platform supplier, announced today that the Rafay Kubernetes Operations Platform can now orchestrate Windows worker nodes with Linux on AMD64 (x64) and ARM architectures (KOP). As a result, IT and cloud operations/SRE teams can now ease Kubernetes operations from the cloud to the edge with similar workflows, automation, and tools, regardless of the underlying architecture or operating systems (OS), such as Linux/AMD-64, Linux/ARM-64, or Windows/AMD-64.
As businesses upgrade their infrastructure, they're finding that different machines are needed for different sorts of applications, such as Windows, Linux, and ARM. As a result, businesses face increased expenses and resource limits as teams struggle to configure, implement, and manage the continuous maintenance necessary for updates, integrations, and patching, to name a few examples. These issues are exacerbated at the edge, where diverse designs may necessitate separate servers or virtual machines (VMs), each with its own orchestration strategy, resulting in a lack of uniformity and higher operational expenses.
Rafay enables DevOps and operations/SRE teams to expedite the conversion of traditional Windows apps to a cloud-native architecture without the need to upgrade them by centralizing management and operations. This frees up resources for application modernization activities and saves time.
"We live in a heterogeneous IT world where most enterprises can't just start fresh on a cloud-native journey. Infrastructure and operations teams want to consolidate heterogeneous environments in order to simplify management and operations of complex IT systems. Rafay enables enterprises to leverage Kubernetes as the universal orchestrator for both containerized and VM-based applications as well as containerized applications optimized for different CPU architectures to dramatically simplify and streamline infrastructure and application operations."
Mohan Atreya, SVP Product and Solutions at Rafay Systems.
Enterprise IT and cloud operations teams don't have to maintain distinct clusters based on architecture type or operating system because the Rafay KOP unifies diverse worker nodes, reducing infrastructure and management complexity. Teams may easily leverage containers and Kubernetes to minimize cost and management overhead by combining activities into a single pane of glass.
Teams may use Rafay KOP to design consistent processes and use strong automation and tooling, regardless of the underlying architecture or operating system, to make IT operations simple, standardized, and repeatable.
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VCTI | June 23, 2022
To assist private investors in identifying and prioritizing broadband infrastructure investment opportunities, VCTI, the leader in broadband and network strategy and technology, introduced Broadband Infrastructure Investment Analytics. With the aid of various market data, including demographics, economic trends, and the competitive environment across regions, VCTI's Broadband Infrastructure Investment Analytics can quickly and precisely pinpoint the most profitable telecoms infrastructure projects.
VCTI can assist investors in better understanding where to prioritize their investments in broadband infrastructure because of their considerable expertise in network planning and engineering, GIS, extensive software development skills, and competency in market analytics. They deliver a thorough, accurate, and illuminating analysis that seamlessly transitions to operational implementation thanks to VCTI's machine learning, sophisticated algorithms, and NOCPlan network planning platform. This enables investors to confidently make investments based on the business case with speed to realize a return.
"There are many investment opportunities in telecommunications and internet infrastructure, which can be overwhelming for investors and service providers in their portfolio. Investors face making decisions that have long-term implications for their funds and businesses. They need to clearly understand their options and the financial implications of those options to reduce risk and ensure stronger returns."
Raj Singh, President and CEO of VCTI
The necessity of having internet connectivity in every home has been made clear by the pandemic. The economic and social well-being of a town can change when there is widespread access to high-performance internet. To address the neglected issue, there are a plethora of new government programs, grants, and chances for corporate investment.
VCTI assists investors, such as private equity firms, in doing due diligence on prospective investments in expanding or startup broadband service providers. As a starting point, a thorough analysis of the first target markets is produced. This analysis includes information on the demographics, market growth trends, income, housing prices, and present and potential competitive services. In the mapping and modeling, VCTI incorporates extremely precise location data, such as Community Anchor Institutions (CAI), underserved and unserved homes, utility pole placements, and specialized grant opportunities. Finally, the middle mile, FTTH, and Fixed Wireless network plans are modeled using VCTI's network planning tool, NOCPlan, giving a thorough perspective of all build costs and identifying the most effective ways to start the project by layering all the revenue, grant, and cost elements together.
To make confident long-term investment decisions, the investor now has quick, precise, and highly reliable knowledge of potential market prospects for broadband investment, accompanied by executable network build options.