Linux, AdvancedTCA emerge as telecom standards

Posted by dave on Jun 22, 2004 5:46 PM EDT
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Linux and AdvancedTCA (ATCA) are emerging as open industry standards that the telecom equipment industry will embrace as it migrates away from proprietary software and hardware architectures in its quest for faster time-to-market and reduced costs. Telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMs) RadiSys and Kontron are separately demonstrating ATCA hardware at this week's SuperComm trade show in Chicago, while telecom software vendor Ulticom is showing off signaling software for Linux/ATCA systems. Intel, meanwhile, reports that its modular, standards-based Linux platforms are being used by a large TEM and separately by a telco operator to develop new products and services.

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