Edge cloud platform offers deterministic interrupt latency under 10μs

Edge cloud platform offers deterministic interrupt latency under 10μs

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By Julien Happich

To support interactive, real-time MEC applications like Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, connected vehicles and tele-surgery, Titanium Edge SX delivers an ultra-low, deterministic interrupt latency of 10μs or less, thanks to a comprehensive set of enhancements to the integrated KVM hypervisor. At the same time, its accelerated virtual switch (vSwitch) delivers up to 40x the switching performance of kernel-based vSwitches, thereby minimizing the number of processor cores required for switching and maximizing the number available for running VMs. This in turn maximizes the number of users supported on a single server, which is key to reducing the overall cost-per-subscriber.

Titanium Edge SX helps service providers to minimize their network operations costs, typically saving millions of dollars in installation, commissioning and maintenance when compared to Roll-Your-Own solutions. While the platform is delivered as a single, pre-integrated image installed with no manual intervention, the intelligent orchestrated patching engine allows up to hundreds of nodes to be upgraded quickly and minimizes the length of maintenance windows.
Titanium Edge SX also comes with a comprehensive set of end-to-end security features including Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) secure boot; cryptographically signed images for host protection; virtual Trusted Platform Module (TPM) device for highest-security VM deployments; Transport Layer Security (TLS) with certificate storage in TPM hardware (where available) and secure keyring database for storage of encrypted passwords.

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