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Co-existing with containers

Co-existing with containers
Containers are widely regarded as the next big thing in telco virtualisation technology, but what about the service providers who have already deployed VM-based solutions? Some communications service providers have already started virtualising with virtual machines and VNFs and will want to continue that route for various reasons, but they will also want to adopt container-based technologies for the advantages they bring. Guest blog written by Jeff Gowan, Wind River.
7th June 2019

Multi-rate Ethernet is gearing up for demanding enterprise networks

Multi-rate Ethernet is gearing up for demanding enterprise networks
Current Ethernet networks operating at 1Gb/s using a Cat5e/Cat 6 cabling infrastructure are rapidly turning into a roadblock for the rollout of feature-rich services across commercial and consumer networks, due to insufficient bandwidth capacities. Many existing networks are facing this challenge, as new devices designed for content-intensive services delivered through Cloud-based applications are introduced. Streaming content, such as HD video, is among the most challenging examples.
30th May 2019

Flexible port options to transmit data reliably

Flexible port options to transmit data reliably
Global leader in signal transmission solutions for mission-critical applications, Belden, has developed a new module for its MSP40 platform. With the new MSM60 module the MSP40 Full Gigabit Ethernet Layer three switch now features the option for ten Gigabit uplink ports to meet increasing bandwidth needs.
28th May 2019


Long range, low power digital voice transceiver

Long range, low power digital voice transceiver
The availability of the SCT2400 transceiver has been announced by CML Microcircuits, designed to sustain secure digital voice and data communication channels over ranges in excess of 12km (line of sight) for systems operating in licensed and unlicensed bands. The SCT2400 is a highly integrated digital radio transceiver based on spread spectrum modulation operating in the 2.4GHz frequency range.
14th May 2019

Is winter coming for Fieldbus?

Is winter coming for Fieldbus?
It’s been nearly 20 years since the Fieldbus war ended. A 'Memorandum of Understanding”, the closest thing industrial automation has ever come to an Entente Cordiale, was signed July 16, 1999, by some of the loudest voices in the debate including Siemens, Rockwell Automation and Fisher-Rosemount, putting an end to years of fighting over who’s version of Fieldbus should be adopted in the draft IEC 61158 standard - the European standard that aimed to set interoperability for industrial communication networks.
13th May 2019

Voice activation technology is enabled by SmartVoice technology

Voice activation technology is enabled by SmartVoice technology
  Always-on voice activation is enabled in OPPO’s Reno smartphone using DSP Group’s SmartVoice technology.
13th May 2019

Ultra-low jitter clock for 400Gpbs links

Ultra-low jitter clock for 400Gpbs links
Featuring a bulk acoustic wave (BAW) resonator, the LMK05318 network synchronizer clock from Texas Instruments (TI) is in stock at Mouser Electronics. The ultra-low jitter single-channel clock for 400-gigabits-per-second (Gbps) links helps systems transmit more data faster while also providing higher margin for system jitter budgets than similar devices.
9th May 2019

High quality of experience critical in MCC/MCX communications

High quality of experience critical in MCC/MCX communications
Today’s public safety communications are entering a period of significant change. Where once the humble radio was the sole means of communicating in firefighting and police incidents, the smartphone is now the de facto choice of public servants enabling them to communicate better and work faster. By Anatoli Levine, Director of Standards and Products, Softil
2nd April 2019

Better connected with Ethernet PHYs

Better connected with Ethernet PHYs
With an extensive portfolio of Ethernet physical layer (PHY) transceivers, Texas Instruments support a variety of network speeds and package sizes for industrial, automotive and general purpose applications. Our devices are IEEE 802.3-compliant and fully qualified for industrial and automotive applications.
8th March 2019

Power line communication using RS-485 simulation

Power line communication using RS-485 simulation
This reference design from Texas Instruments establishes a simulation model for implementing RS-485 communication over power cabling. This simulation model can be used to assess the feasibility of implementing RS485 communication at a given data rate, cable length, and loading for a specific cable before taking the time-consuming step of building a representative network.
28th February 2019


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