Even with server virtualization, cloud service providers face huge challenges, including mounting volumes of data for specific application servers and inherent i-node
limitations that restrict the number of files.
Ericsson was chosen to provide the i-node
elements, which include softswitches, bandwidth shaping, and network intelligence.
Ericcson was chosen as sole supplier for the I-node
domain, essentially the intelligence that controls the services, despite the fact that Marconi's highly regarded Softswitch network software was the only one included in BT's preliminary trials)
Chapters 7-9 deal with some of the most insightful modern syntactic research: that is, X-bar syntax, the existence of the I-node
, and movement, respectively.
We are very pleased that BT has selected Ericsson as a preferred supplier to provide the i-node
element of the 21st Century Network," said Carl-Henric Svanberg, President and CEO, Ericsson.
Ericsson has been selected in the i-node domain -- in essence the intelligence that controls the services.
i-node is where the service execution functionality is located - in essence the intelligence that controls services.
The Net OS system software provides increased storage density, increased scaleability (256 disk slices, 1 TB file systems, and 64-bit I-node
support) and is scaleable up to 9 TB and is the best price/performance NAS solution at 9 TB.
provider of the world's most reliable Linux systems, today announced the I-Node (for &uot;Intelligent Node&uot;) -- Modular Infrastructure for e-Business.
The I-Node is the first solution to leverage x86 architecture, the Linux OS, and enterprise traffic management technology from Resonate -- the leading provider of Internet Services Management (iSM) solutions to enable high availability and high performance for e-business applications.
amp;uot;The I-Node is the first step in Penguin Computing's overall strategy to provide a scalable component-based computing architecture for our customers.
amp;uot;The I-Node is part of a growing movement to help companies adopt Linux into the enterprise,&uot; said Bill Claybrook, Aberdeen Group's Research Director, Linux.