October, 17, 2017, 00:25 mobile  ][  amdzone.it  ][  atizone.it  ][  enboard  ][  forumzone.it  ][  hwsetup.it  ][  nvidiazone.it  ][  unixzone.it 
 
 
 
Our Tags
Feed RSS
Sitemap
Contact us
About us
Reload
         your source for 3dfx and games
 
Home   ][   News   ][   Games   ][   Articles   ][   3dfx Hardware   ][   3dfx Software   ][   Video   ][   Components   ][   Tools   ][   Forums
 








 
Main

News
Headlines
Games
Articles
3dfx Hardware
3dfx Software
Video Cards
Components
Tools
File Browser
Communities
Contact Us

3dfx Cards
Latest Headlines
Archived Headlines
3dfx Articles
Voodoo1
Voodoo2
Banshee
Voodoo3
Voodoo4/5
VoodooTV
Latest Drivers
Our Releases
Hot Files
 
Games Settings
 
Best Settings
 
TnL Patches
 
MesaFX
 
WickedGL
 
Glide 3x
 
Official FAQ
 
Just For Fun
 
Main menu
Components

Processors
Motherboards
RAM Memories
Video Cards
Audio Cards
HDDs/SSDs
Optical Burners
Web Connectivity
Drivers Index
Main menu

Video Cards

AMD/ATI
Matrox
NVIDIA
S3 Graphics
XGI
Main menu

Tools
Antivirus
Benchmarks
Data Recovery
Mastering
Screensavers
Video
File Sharing
Tweakers
3D-Analyze
Windows Tools
Uninstallers
Mobile Phones
Tools Index
Main menu
Games
Bonus Packs
Demos
DirectX
Latest MAME
Patches
Screenshots
System Requirements
Trailers
Main menu
Communities
 
 04.10.2014   AMD presenta un SoC ARM a 64-bit per Network Function Virtualization
 

In occasione della ARM TechCon 2014, evento dedicato ai prodotti e alle tecnologie basate su ARM, Advanced Micro Devices ha presentato la sua prima soluzione dedicata alla virtualizzazione delle funzioni di rete (Network Function Virtualization, NFV), un tema di notevole valenza strategica nell'ambito delle reti di telecomunicazione dal momento che esso, in virt¨ della capacitÓ di disaccoppiare i servizi di rete offerti mediante un guscio di natura software dall'hardware sottostante, promette agli operatori del CHT non soltanto il miglioramento delle prestazioni ma anche il contenimento dei costi sia in fase di distribuzione che di gestione.

AMD ha mostrato, pi¨ in dettaglio, una piattaforma per NFV basata su un SoC (nome in codice: Hierofalcon) in architettura ARM a 64-bit destinato alla commercializzazione nell'ambito della linea AMD Embedded R-Series. Le possibili implementazioni del SoC Hierofalcon prevedono l'utilizzo di un numero massimo di core CPU Cortex-A57 pari a 8 e l'integrazione di un memory controller a 64-bit per RAM DDR3 o DDR4, capace di lavorare in dual-channel con supporto ECC. Il SoC Hierofalcon supporta inoltre le connessioni 10Gb KR Ethernet e PCI-Express Gen 3.

In collaborazione con Aricent e Mentor Graphics AMD ha presentato una piattaforma di NFV Linux-based che, utilizzando il SoC Hierofalcon a livello hardware, ha permesso di gestire delle chiamate telefoniche provenienti da un simulatore di terminale di tipo Evolved Node B (eNodeB), coincidente nella pratica con un cellulare o un tablet, fornendo svariati servizi di rete "virtuali", come il Serving Gateway (SGW), il Packet Data Network Gateway (PGW) e la Mobility Management Entity (MME).

La disponibilitÓ sul mercato del SoC Hierofalcon nell'ambito della linea Embedded R-Series di AMD Ŕ prevista per la prima metÓ del 2015, mentre primi sample sono in arrivo presso i centri di sviluppo dei partner di AMD.

Segue il comunicato stampa ufficiale in lingua originale.




ARM TechCon - AMD (NYSE: AMD) today demonstrated the first network function virtualization (NFV) solution on AMD's 64-bit ARM-based SoC and announced that it is now sampling to AMD's embedded customers. The NFV demonstration is powered by a 64-bit ARM-based AMD Embedded R-Series SoC, codenamed "Hierofalcon," supported with technology from two key ecosystem partners -- Aricent for the networking software stack and Mentor Graphics for embedded Linux and tools. NFV is an innovative solution that simplifies deployment and management for network and telecommunications service providers with a fully virtualized communications infrastructure that helps maximize performance, while working to reduce costs.

At ARM TechCon, AMD specifically showcased the capabilities of an ARM-based NFV solution, virtualizing the functionality of a packet data network gateway, serving gateway, and a mobility management entity. In addition to virtualizing hardware components, AMD showcased a live traffic migration between the ARM-based AMD Embedded R-Series SoC and the x86-based second generation AMD R-Series APU. AMD's ARM-based NFV solution will be especially valuable for telecommunications network infrastructure providers interested in a flexible software-defined networking (SDN) implementation to manage networking services with configurable hardware to help reduce complexity and cost. NFV is the abstraction of numerous network devices such as routers and gateways, to enable relocation of network functions from dedicated hardware appliances to generic servers. With NFV, much of the intelligence currently built into proprietary, specialized hardware is accomplished with software running on general purpose hardware. The resulting solution is a fully virtualized communications infrastructure -- including virtual servers, storage and networks -- that simplifies deployment and management for network and telecommunications service providers. AMD is paving the way for both new and established service providers to design and deploy either x86 or ARM-based NFV infrastructure which meets their performance, cost and complexity requirements.

"NFV and SDN will revolutionize the next generation of networks. Together, they add flexibility, scalability, intelligence and reuse to almost every aspect of the network," said Adrian Neal, Technology Leader, Vodafone Group Services Ltd. "By leveraging ARM and x86 architectures and NFV, AMD is moving beyond just enabling enterprise and data center solutions, to the communications backbone where service providers need cost reduction and increased bandwidth."

"From the networks to the data center, the telecommunications landscape is rapidly changing as an explosion of devices and new methods of communication spanning videos, images and data drive the need for more efficient networking infrastructure," said Scott Aylor, corporate vice president and general manager, AMD Embedded Solutions. "Demonstrated by our first NFV demo on a 64-bit ARM-based SoC, AMD is moving forward with new ARM and x86 solutions that offer OEMS and telecommunications providers with innovative ways to more cost-effectively design, deploy and manage networking services."

"In collaboration with AMD and Aricent, we are enabling a flexible, efficient, open approach to addressing the needs of telecommunications subscribers and meeting performance requirements for rapidly-evolving infrastructure for deployment by telecommunications operators," said Charlene Marini, vice president of marketing, embedded segment, ARM. "The NFV solution on AMD's 64-bit ARM-based 'Hierofalcon' SoC delivers efficient platforms to accommodate the growing demands of subscribers and operators alike."






Collegamenti

Tags: amd  |  arm techcon 2014  |  cht  |  embedded r-series  |  hierofalcon  |  network function virtualization  |  nfv  |  soc

 PREVIOUS MORE NEWS GO BACK NEXT 


[ Go Back ]

Latest News
Uno shop on line svela i drive SSD NVMe M.2 della linea PM981 di Samsung

CD/DVD/Blu-ray Mastering & Burning Utilities: AnyBurn 3.9 Portable

Oracle rilascia VirtualBox 5.1.30 per Windows, Linux, Mac OS e Solaris

GeForce Setup & Tweaking Utilities: NVIDIA GeForce Experience 3.10.0.95

Il catalogo di HP include il primo notebook 2-in-1 con APU AMD Raven Ridge

ASUS rivela le frequenze di clock della ROG Strix RX VEGA64 OC Edition 8GB

Foxconn spedisce la prima ondata di smartphone iPhone X per conto di Apple

IE, Firefox e Chrome in una sola app: Avant Browser Ultimate 2017 build 9

La GeForce GTX 1070 Ti di NVIDIA testata con Ashes of the Singularity

Specifiche e data di lancio dello smartphone quasi bezel-less OPPO F5
more News 
Latest Utilities Latest Drivers
AnyBurn 3.9

Oracle VirtualBox 5.1.30

NVIDIA GeForce Experience 3.10.0...

Avant Browser Ultimate 2017 buil...

Oculus Rift Compatibility Tool 1...
more Utilities 
AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLi...

AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLi...

Intel Rapid Storage Technology 1...

AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLi...

AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLi...
more Drivers 
Latest Trailers Latest Screenshots
Hunt: Showdown Steam

GTA Online: Transform Races

Assassin's Creed Origins : New A...

This is Star Wars Battlefront II

Red Dead Redemption 2: Official ...
more Trailers 
Hunt: Showdown

The Evil Within 2

Red Dead Redemption 2: #2

Project CARS 2 #2

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus...
more Screenshots 
Latest Demos Latest Patches
Tomb Raider - Dagger of Xian dem...

SAPPHIRE NITRO+ RX 580 Prey PC G...

NVIDIA GameWorks Flow - in DX12

Unity Adam demo - The Full Film

Forza Horizon 3 Demo
more Demos 
Rise of the Tomb Raider & AMD Ry...

Mass Effect: Andromeda Patch 1.06

DOOM Update #2

Rise of the Tomb Raider PC Patch...

Rise of the Tomb Raider PC Patch...
more Patches 

Advertising
Help

Search 3dfxzone.it
Search network
Search with tags
Sitemap
Translator

Other Services

Feed RSS



Print This
Our History

Contact Us

User Support
Advertising
Partnership
Banner Exchange
Webmaster
Main menu

Our Network
3dfxzone.it
AMDZone.it
ATIZone.it
HWSetup.it
ForumZone.it
NVIDIAZone.it
UnixZone.it
Hosted Sites
KoolSmoky Home
Rosario Gallery
 
Hardware Setup    |    Site Map    |    Translator    |    News Archive    |    Links    |    Contact Us    |    Legal Notes    |    Privacy
 
On line since Q1 2001    |    Web Application and Contents © 3dfxzone.it    |    All Rights Reserved