Development hardware projects
Hardware and firmware projects implemented by our company
ATCA Control Server Board project
The ATCA Control Server Board is designed for ATCA PICMG 3.0 and 3.1-compliant server-class control systems. The ATCA Control Server Board is ideal for using in the next-generation telecommunication networks as well as for using with the communications systems requiring a complex solution, which provides for the optimized performance, reliability and power consumption. The product is based on the modern Intel®5100 chipset supporting dual-processor multicore architecture and 32 GB ECC DDR2 RDIMM memory devices.
ATCA Base & Fabric HUB project
The AdvancedTCA Base & Fabric HUB is fully PICMG 3.0/3.1 and AMC.0 R2.0-compatible. It is designed to handle the 14-slot Dual-Star ATCA platforms. It is based on the Marvell Prestera-DX Packet processors that support L2/L3 switching/routing. The board supports two AMC modules, which are the Full-size module designed to connect the telecom synchronization module and the Mid-size module to which two 10Gb (XAUI) Ethernet Uplinks are connected from the Base and Fabric Switches respectively.
ADSL ATCA Board project
The ATCA Board ADSL module includes the IP-based DSL (digital subscriber line) access multiplexer. A single module allows to provide ADSL2+ access over the existing telephone network for 64 subscribers.
ADSL RTM project
The Rear Transition Module is an RTM for ATCA Board ADSL. The module features protection for each channel and connectors allowing to connect 64 subscribers. The subscriber line interface is implemented using three Telco 50 connectors mounted on the rear panel of the RTM.
DSP Advanced Mezzanine project
The DSP Advanced Mezzanine Card is an AMC module designed to provide digital signal processing supported by 8x TMS320C6454 DSPs from Texas Instruments that are operated with frequency of 1 GHz. 128MB DDR2 SDRAM is connected to each DSP. Transportation of the processed data is provided through the GE Switch located on the module.
Advanced Mezzanine Card project
The hard disk drive module meets the PICMG AMC.0 R2.0 Middle Size standard. It is designed to be operated within the ATCA carrier. The module allows to accommodate SAS/SATA HDD 2.5″.
RAID controller project
The RAID controller is the mezzanine module that operates together with the ATCA Control Server Board. Up to 8 SAS-II/SATA-II disk drives can be connected to it. It also allows to organize RAID arrays of levels 0, 1, 5 and all their combinations. The controller is implemented on the Intel IOP-348 processor. It is connected to the HOST Carrier through the PCI-express interface.
Compact PCI HOST Controller project
The HOST controller is a module of the Compact PCI 3U form factor. It is based on the Intel Celeron processor and MX440 chipset with 256 MB SDRAM. It can accommodate the 2.5” IDE HDD and Compacts Flash Disk and it features the following connectors on its front panel: RJ-45 (Fast Ethernet), 2x USB, VGA, PS/2, COM1, COM2, Audio in and Audio out. The power consumption of the module is about 7-10 W.
E1 Links Multiplexer project
The product is designed to switch the E1 links and convert signaling. A single module is able of handling up to 16x E1 links and up to 128x E1 links when it is extended. Supported signaling types: 1-bit CAS, 2-bit CAS, EDSS-1, R2D, SS7.
Master Controller Unit project
The Master Controller Unit is designed to control and handle the subscriber unit cards or upgrade the electromechanical Telephone Exchange (automatic telephone exchanges). It allows to handle up to 128 subscriber units connected to the metropolitan network by using 4x E1 links. The controller can be controlled and configured through the Ethernet port.
Subscriber Unit Module project
The Subscriber Unit Module is designed to handle 8x or 16x subscriber lines. It can be applied for handling both the single subscriber lines and group subscriber lines (within the frames of upgrading the electromechanical Telephone Exchange).
Vehicle Tracking Unit project
The unit is designed to determine the vehicle driving parameters (location, speed, driving direction, route), monitor the vehicle sensors and operation units, send the data to the base unit through the GSM path and store the collected data when connection is unavailable.