Radisys Partners with Pentair to Deliver Real-time Insights in Telecom Industry
By apacciooutlook | Monday, December 03, 2018
FREMONT, CA: Radisys, a commutations solution provider, collaborates with Pentair plc and announces the availability of DCEngine to embrace digitalization in telecom sector. The joint offering amalgamates Schroff’s ServCite open rack-scale hardware solution to create an agile environment in telecom industry for deploying new services.
DCEngine utilizes the principles of highly efficient Open Compute Project (OCP) architectures and integrates fully supported open source software to transform traditional service provider into SDN-enabled virtualized data centers. It further provides a multi-rack level network functions virtualization (NFVi) and container based infrastructure for hosting thousands of virtualized network functions (VNFs).
The new offeringhelps the service providers to move from legacy purpose-built systems to software-based applications to bolster the cost efficiency and productivity in businesses. The open source hardware design leverages Open Compute Project (OCP) principles, with optimizations for Telco Central Offices and service provider-oriented data centers. The joint design innovations are being contributed to OCP as the CG-OpenRack-19 specification.
“Radisys’ strategy is to enable the telecom industry to deploy software-centric networks that leverage open source hardware and software and we look to work with partners that share our vision,” said Brian Bronson, president and CEO, Radisys. “Pentair shares our commitment to agile hardware development and our teams worked closely together to provide Radisys’ customers with our new open rack-scale infrastructure systems rapidly. With our strategic collaboration with Pentair for our open hardware design, combined with our open software integration experience and professional service capabilities, we believe that Radisys is uniquely positioned to offer open rack-scale platform solutions for next-generation telecom data centers.”