10/22/2003 - NMS Communications (Nasdaq:NMSS) has made available on its website an in-depth market and technical tutorial on AdvancedTCA, or Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture. AdvancedTCA is the new set of industry standard specifications that define a new blade, or board, and chassis form factor optimized for carrier-grade communications equipment and applications. The specifications leverage advances in high speed interconnect technologies to deliver up to 2.5 terabits/second of backplane capacity, provide power and cooling for next-generation processors and include a sophisticated management infrastructure that supports highly available services. The resulting architecture offers many benefits for the telecommunications industry.
Available for download in a PDF file at www.nmscommunications.com/solutions/AdvancedTCA, the 73-slide tutorial covers:
For more than 20 years, NMS Communications has been dedicated to supporting innovation in the communications industry and helping get communications applications and services to market faster and at lower cost. The company, as a result, has a long history of supporting open standards for the telecom industry, including as major contributors to the development of CompactPCI for the telecom industry. Continuing this commitment, today the company is developing system building blocks, subsystems and platforms for the AdvancedTCA market and is regular participant in the PICMG trade association's AdvancedTCA Interop events.
About NMS Communications
NMS Communications (Nasdaq: NMSS) helps its customers increase revenues and returns on investments by rapidly deploying new carrier-grade communications products and services. Every telecom operator and communications equipment provider on the Global Fortune 50 list relies on NMS Communications for technology-leading products and services, including system building blocks, systems, consulting, and support. Visit www.nmscommunications.com for more information.
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