UNICOM Engineering is all too familiar with the difficulties faced by designers as they build systems for service providers. That’s why we’re hosting a webinar entitled, “system architectures for service providers – understanding the technology and opportunities.” The webinar will cover a variety of critical design topics for systems engineers, including design for long life using carrier-grade hardware, maximizing density within the architecture, green and energy-efficient solutions using DC power.
Because of our unique domain expertise and knowledge of system design for service providers, UNICOM Engineering will provide an in-depth look at ATCA, rack-mount network servers, and dense server architectures. Co-presenters from Radisys Corporation will offer a detailed look at the technology to highlight key attributes to consider when weighing application optimization against the project budget.
During this detailed and informative presentation by UNICOM Engineering and Radisys experts, attendees will learn about the key attributes that must be considered when validating a platform, and the characteristics that determine when they are best suited. Attendees will also learn about the evolution of the market and current trends, and gain an understanding of how developing a working relationship with the right partner can help streamline time-to-market while at the same time providing interoperability, maintainability, and unequaled performance regardless of the architecture specified.
Our webinar, “system architectures for service providers – understanding the technology and opportunities,” featuring UNICOM Engineering’s Vice President of Technology Austin Hipes, and Radisys Corporation’s Director of Product Management Eric Gregory and Platforms Business Unit Senior Product Line Manager Chandresh Ruparel, will take place Wednesday, June 19, 2013, at Noon EDT, 9 a.m. PDT.
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