Wind River CGL with HP BladeSystem carrier-grade server blades provides
network equipment providers and service providers the performance,
cost-effectiveness and energy efficiency of proven enterprise platforms with the
reliability of ETSI/NEBS Level 3 certified carrier-grade platforms. In addition,
Intel® Xeon® processor family has been integrated with Wind River CGL and HP
BladeSystem server blades, allowing customers to leverage investment,
applications and tools across all networking devices.
"We're very excited about our partnership with HP," said Michael O'Brien,
GoAhead CEO. "This enables HP's telecom customers to build true carrier-grade
solutions faster and at lower cost using HP's outstanding server technology and
GoAhead's SelfReliant Service Availability middleware."
GoAhead Software makes communications networks reliable by providing cross-platform, commercial off-the-shelf Service Availability
middleware. GoAhead SelfReliant 2.0 offers quick and cost-effective carrier-grade availability for communications network infrastructure. The product's open architecture accelerates time-to-market
and eliminates costly development and support of proprietary solutions. The privately held company's headquarters are in Bellevue, Washington.
GoAhead® SelfReliant 2.0 is the only cross-platform,
commercial off-the-shelf Service Availability middleware. The product
provides a rapid and cost-effective way to include high availability in
communications equipment, including core network equipment (voice and IP
switching), radio access network equipment, and enhanced services equipment
and applications. SelfReliant runs as a middleware layer on top of an
operating system, and from there, manages all critical hardware, operating
system, other middleware, applications and clusters--individually and
collectively--to ensure the highest levels of availability. It
automatically detects failures and takes immediate, pre-determined actions to
enable 99.999%+ system uptime and to maintain continuity of the
"Carriers, both domestic and international, are demanding highly-scalable in-network solutions for their new voice-enabled services," said Sanjeev Kuwadekar, CEO of HeyAnita. "The combination of
HeyAnita's voice software technology and HP's carrier-specific servers and telecommunications software creates a scalable and flexible voice platform that provides telcos with enhanced voice services
"Hewlett-Packard's capabilities as a leading provider of carrier class
hardware, software and systems integration complements PacketVideo's end-to-end mobilemedia solution. Our alliance with HP will strengthen our ability to deliver a turnkey offering for our carrier
customers, enabling them to quickly implement enhanced service offerings such
Vice President of Channel Partner Alliances,
PacketVideo is the world's leading provider of carrier class infrastructure software that enables mobilemedia today. PacketVideo's standards-based software products enable the distribution of one-
and two- way video, high-quality audio, animation and rich graphics over wireless networks to mobile devices such as cellular telephones and personal digital assistants. PacketVideo's mobilemedia
products enhance communication, productivity, security, information and entertainment, enabling the delivery of an enriching and productive mobile experience.
"Carrier-grade services demand hardware and software solutions that are both scalable and reliable," said David Silver, CEO Streaming21 Inc. "Combined with HP's carrier-class servers,
Streaming21's family of On-demand and Broadcast streaming video software provides broadband operators an ideal platform for delivering true broadcast quality video services to their customers."