3/9/2004 - Radisys Corp. (Nasdaq: RSYS) will participate in a special two-hour open tutorial this week at the Server Blade Summit. The RadiSys session will focus on the Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA) and how to leverage ATCA systems for high performance computing applications. The tutorial will features speakers from other companies, including Intel, and will cover ATCA hardware, software, support, test equipment, and trends.
The Server Blade Summit, to be held on March 9-11 at the San Jose Wyndham Hotel, is the only conference entirely dedicated to the emerging blade technology, a market that IDC estimates will reach $3.7 billion by 2006. The Summit will feature three keynotes (from HP, Sun, and QLogic), an interoperability demonstration, blade management and standards panels, and sessions and tutorials on such key subjects as utility computing, modular computing, clustering, interfaces, data center applications, and storage. The summit is open to everyone at no cost. All attendees have to do is sign up for an exhibit pass on the Website (www.serverbladesummit.com).
RadiSys is a leading global provider of embedded solutions to the commercial systems, enterprise systems, and service provider systems markets. Using its extensive expertise in a wide variety of technologies, RadiSys focuses on industry-leading architecture while working in a close “virtual division” relationship with its customers -- significantly improving their time-to-market advantage and reducing cost. The broad range of RadiSys product offerings include board-level embedded computers; blade servers; motherboards; network interfaces and packet processing engines; communications middleware and software such as SS7/IP internetworking and protocol stacks; platforms based on PCI, CompactPCI, CompactPCI 2.16 and ATCA; turnkey gateway systems and professional services.
RadiSys is a registered trademark of RadiSys Corporation.
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