Performance Offers High Availability, Packet-Based Platforms Seminar

9/11/2003 - Performance Technologies will host a free, one day technology seminar on “Advanced Management for High Availability, Packet-Based Platforms.”

With increasing demand for packet-switched backplane architecture designs, the new platform paradigm can be defined as the chassis, packet-switched backplane interconnect, intelligent shelf management, Ethernet switch fabrics and power & cooling. With an increased emphasis on software as a core competency, equipment manufacturers and system integrators are moving away from proprietary hardware and looking to standards-based platforms on which to develop and deploy their applications. However, to fully replace proprietary platforms with the same level of functionality, standards-based platforms must offer inherent high availability and comprehensive system management functions of equal or greater capability.

This free seminar will define the components that make up an advanced managed HA platform, explain how to architect for fault tolerance and high availability, discuss software design and development using an IP model, and provide configurations and application examples.

Those who should attend:

Seating is limited, so reserve your place today.

About Performance Technologies
Performance Technologies (Nasdaq NM: PTIX) is a leading developer of unified embedded computing products and system-level solutions for the communications, military and commercial markets. Serving the industry for over 20 years, our packet-based products enable equipment manufacturers and carriers to provide highly available and fully-managed systems with time-to-market, performance and cost advantages.

Performance Technologies is headquartered in Rochester, New York. Additional engineering facilities are located in San Diego, California and Ottawa, Canada. For more information about Performance Technologies, visit

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