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Open standards software to enhance 5G.MIL interoperability - News

December 14, 2021

BETHESDA, Md. Lockheed Martin and Radisys have established an enterprise agreement that includes the development of 5G-enabled wireless relay and Integrated Access and Backhaul (IAB) for use of Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) software in Lockheed Martin 5G.MIL products. 


5G edge compute tech goal of COMSovereign, Radisys partnership - News

June 24, 2021

DALLAS, Texas and HILLSBORO, Ore. COMSovereign Holding Corp., a U.S.-based developer of 4G LTE Advanced and 5G Communication Systems and Solutions, and Radisys Corporation, company specializing in open telecom solutions, announced their strategic technology partnership designed to deliver customers new, end-to-end telecommunications solutions.


COTS ATCA platforms for satcomm - Product

January 21, 2015
Experts at Radisys have designed their commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) ATCA platforms for mobile voice and data satellite-communications. Recent installations include the Iridium upgrade of the ground-station infrastructure associated with its next generation global satellite constellation...

The shift to standards-based hardware for military communications: What role will COTS systems play? - Story

December 09, 2014
A paradigm shift has taken place within the Department of Defense (DoD) when it comes to deciding which military hardware to use in the field. Traditional purpose-built platforms, with development cycles of five to seven years, have given way to commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) systems, which feature development cycles of just a few months. This shorter development time facilitates a much quicker response to emerging threats. COTS systems also have inherent cost savings that make them an attractive option. These systems are also much more complex than traditional proprietary systems, as they handle exponentially growing sources of information that require near-real-time analytical processing and a rich media experience for the end user. Given all this, the shift toward higher utilization of COTS hardware is a powerful tool for efficiently and effectively managing military threats.

Telecom equipment nets big benefits on the battlefield: Q&A with Anthony Ambrose, VP and GM of Radisys - Story

May 31, 2010
Editor's Note: Editor Chris Ciufo jumped at the chance to learn how Radisys, one of the larger COTS telecom companies serving the embedded space, is finding homes for its technology in Aerospace and Defense (A&D). Radisys is being pulled into the market by DoD platforms demanding network-centric equipment in semi-rugged deployments. Edited excerpts follow.

Military systems can benefit by using multicore - Story

April 02, 2008
Many modern defense systems can benefit from running both real-time and non Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOSs). Marrying OS-9 with Windows or Linux on an asymmetric multiprocessing platform requires modern multicore processors such as those from Intel. Virtual machines running on the AMP manage the multiple environments.