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Kontron has announced the launch of the AT8050 node blade, designed using the Intel Xeon processor, at Mobile World Congress.

With its Intel Xeon processor and 10 GbE on the fabric interface, the Kontron AT8050 is expected to drive any number of mobile and multimedia server-storage applications that target IMS, NMS and the 3G wireless control plane segments, such as RNC and SGSN systems.

Likewise, with the scalability advantages of AdvancedTCA – from 2U-2-slot to 13U-14-slot platforms – the Kontron AT8050 will have many cross-over deployment opportunities between the central office and data centre environments.

Additional features include up to six DIMM sockets and the design of one AdvancedMC bay to populate with an assortment of AdvancedMC modules.

One example is the Kontron AM42xx series of intelligent packet processor AdvancedMC modules.

These modules can be leveraged for various wireless and wireline security packet inspection applications.

Also available is the RTM8050, a rear transition module built with a SAS controller to support a hot-swappable Sas/Sata hard disk on the RTM and/or a Sas/Sata AdvancedMC module populated in the Kontron AT8050’s one AdvancedMC slot.

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