Advantech’s latest products based on the Intel® platform for communications infrastructure, allow Network Equipment Providers (NEPs) to utilize Advantech’s Customized COTS framework to create differentiating feature sets and deliver flexible, scalable and efficient solutions ahead of their competition. Engineered to shorten design times and accelerate the insertion of new technologies, they enable significant time-to-market advantages for OEMs.
Advantech’s Customized COTS framework combines the benefits of standard products with the advantages of custom design. It helps Network Equipment Providers accelerate the introduction of solutions where flexibility, scalability and performance per watt are equally important to delivering differentiation, protecting investments and lowering total cost of ownership. Customized COTS is based on standard products that have been designed with later customization in mind to enable distinct features and custom IP integration without the risk of expensive, time consuming full-custom ODM designs. These latest products will allow customers to scale their product lines and easily adapt them for future network needs with the ability to consolidate multiple workloads onto a single platform.
to discover Advantech’s new platforms. You’ll learn how new technologies such as Fabric Mezzanine Modules bring greater flexibility for product differentiation and scalability to future-proof next generation networking platform designs. Discover how a single common platform will allow you to create a broader product line which significantly reduces your overall development and manufacturing overheads.
Click Here to find out how Advantech’s dual Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 ATCA blades are being used in NetEPC a consolidated platform for both public LTE Evolved Packet Core networks as well as private LTE networks and in the Polaris Networks Home eNodeB Gateway (HeNB-GW), also referred to as Femtocell Gateway (F-GW), designed to provide the control capabilities necessary to manage large clusters of femtocells.