Wind River to showcase edge cloud compute applications at Mobile World Congress
Wind River will be demonstrating edge cloud technologies with its partners from across the Wind River Titanium Cloud ecosystem at Mobile World Congress. Showcasing a variety of use cases, Wind River Titanium Cloud virtualization platform will be featured in demonstrations at partners’ booths.
Through the collaboration of industry-leading software and hardware companies, the Titanium Cloud ecosystem ensures the availability of interoperable standard products optimized for NFV deployment with Titanium Cloud to help accelerate time-to-market for service providers and telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMs). The Titanium Cloud ecosystem program currently includes more than 50 members.
Demonstrations with ecosystem partners include:
Amdocs: This demo highlights the Intel TrueVR application that utilizes Titanium Cloud with Amdocs NFV powered by ONAP service orchestration to enable service providers to deploy services faster, at lower cost, with guaranteed uptime to extend the benefits of virtualization form the core the edge.
Altiostar: This demonstration from Altiostar includes one of the industry’s first virtualized 5G cluster, highlighting vRAN utilizing mmWave.
Blue Planet, a division of Ciena: A showcase of 5G orchestration and automation, this demo features Blue PlanetÒ multi-domain service orchestration from Ciena, edge cloud infrastructure from Titanium Cloud, CDN technologies, and a data center running vEPC technology to show an end-to-end 5g environment.
Kontron: Kontron’s commercial-off-the-shelf hardware platforms combined with Titanium Cloud demonstrates how a branch office deployment can be done in a more cost effective, easier to operate and flexible way, with ultra-reliability, performance and security.
Lenovo: Combining technologies from Lenovo and WiZR AI-enabled video analytics along with Wind River Titanium Cloud, this Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) demonstration showcases how Lenovo’s edge servers can help monetize network assets and accelerate time to revenue. In this MEC use case, a high bandwidth application (eg: WiZR video processing) is migrating to the edge of the network, closer to where data is created and illustrate how service providers can more effectively offer new services.
Mavenir: A leader in transforming mobile network economics, Mavenir will be showing demonstrations of its packet core solutions which will be powered by Titanium Cloud as the NFV infrastructure platform.
RIFT: RIFT.ware showcases Zero Touch Provisioning of a Carrier Grade Geo-Redundant Launch with Palo Alto FW VNF in Active/Standby mode across Multi-Cloud Wind River Environment.
Sandvine: Highlighting Sandvine’s cloud-ready network policy control solutions with Titanium Cloud, this demo shows how business intelligence can be added to a network, as well as increase revenue, reduce network costs, and improve subscriber quality of experience.