RadiSys and Trillium To Present SS7 Solutions During Live On-line Net Seminar.Business Editors/Technology Writers
HILLSBORO, Ore. and LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 19, 2000
RadiSys Corp. (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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The event, scheduled for Thursday, June 22, will be offered at two different times -- once at 6:00 a.m. PDT PDT
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Open to the entire industry, the RadiSys/Trillium on-line seminar, titled "Implementing SS7: Achieving High Density and High Availability Also called "RAS" (reliability, availability, serviceability) or "fault resilient," it refers to a multiprocessing system that can quickly recover from a failure. There may be a minute or two of downtime while one system switches over to another, but processing will continue. ," will focus on the challenges of implementing and integrating SS7 solutions in telecom applications. SS7 allows the deployment of enhanced services -- 800-number calling, caller ID A telephone company service that sends the caller's telephone number between the first and second ring of the call. If the calling number is not blocked, the calling number is displayed on the handset or base station of the called party. , 911/E911, PCS (1) (Personal Communications Services) Refers to wireless services that emerged after the U.S. government auctioned commercial licenses in 1994 and 1995. This radio spectrum in the 1. (personal communications services See PCS. ) roaming, call forwarding call forwarding
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Local number portability, (LNP) for fixed lines, and full mobile number portability -- through the Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN). Additionally, SS7 is a key technology that will enable the convergence of the public switched telephone network (PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) The worldwide voice telephone network. Once only an analog system, the heart of most telephone networks today is all digital. In the U.S. ) and Internet Protocol (IP) -based networks, allowing the seamless flow of both voice and data traffic across network boundaries.
"As the usage of SS7 grows, so does the density of links in the SS7 network. Implementing higher density SS7 solutions requires architecture and design level attention, and the demanding reliability requirement for SS7 adds another dimension to this already complex implementation," said Arif Kareem, Vice President and General Manager, RadiSys. "This on-line seminar will provide an overview of these challenges and explore implementation issues and alternatives for both high-density and high-availability SS7 solutions."
"In order to enable and guarantee the wide deployment of advanced telecommunications services, builders of carrier-grade communications network equipment must ensure that SS7 technologies are implemented in ways that effectively address the high-density and high-availability requirements of mission-critical networks," said Frank Morese, Vice President, Marketing, Trillium Digital Systems. "Trillium and RadiSys have extensive experience implementing SS7 technologies into next-generation network equipment, and our joint on-line net seminar is one way for us to contribute to the industry's progress towards true network convergence."
Featured presenters will be Bob Pebly, Principal Engineer, RadiSys and Ashwani Garg, Engineering Project Manager, Trillium Digital Systems. Both speakers bring a breadth of knowledge and expertise from the SS7 arena.
To register for the on-line seminar, go to www.netseminar.com. For more information, contact Teri Contant at (713) 541-8200, ext. 399. Rebroadcasts of the seminar will be archived on the RadiSys website at www.radisys.com.
RadiSys (NASDAQ: RSYS) designs and manufactures building blocks for next-generation Internet, communications, industrial automation, medical equipment, and transaction terminal applications. As the leading independent provider to OEMs, RadiSys delivers a time-to-market advantage in a tight "virtual division" relationship with its customers. The building blocks include Intel-based embedded computers, DSP (1) (Digital Signal Processor) A special-purpose CPU used for digital signal processing applications (see definition #2 below). It provides ultra-fast instruction sequences, such as shift and add, and multiply and add, which are commonly used in math-intensive modules and algorithms, network interfaces and protocols, systems platforms, embedded software, systems engineering and integration services. RadiSys' highly differentiated position in the market is a result of its intense focus on Intel-based technology, having the broadest array of building blocks, and a "perfect fit" product development strategy using its intellectual property to design customer subsystems.
Trillium Digital Systems is the leading provider of communications software solutions for the converged network infrastructure. Trillium's source code solutions are used in more than 500 projects by industry-leading suppliers of wireless, Internet, broadband and telephony products. Trillium's high-performance, high-availability software and services reduce the time, risk and cost of implementing SS7, IP, H.323, MGCP See MGCP/MEGACO.
MGCP - Media Gateway Control Protocol , ATM, Wireless and other standards-based communications protocols. Additional information is available at http://www.trillium.com.
RadiSys is a registered trademark of RadiSys Corporation. Trillium and Trillium Digital Systems are registered trademarks of Trillium Digital Systems, Inc. -All other products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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