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ATCA、AMC 及 MicroTCA:市場評析・預測

ATCA, AMC & MicroTCA Market Update & Forecast, 2013-2017

出版商 Heavy Reading 商品編碼 101012
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ATCA、AMC 及 MicroTCA:市場評析・預測 ATCA, AMC & MicroTCA Market Update & Forecast, 2013-2017
出版日期: 2013年07月03日 內容資訊: 英文 94 Pages
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本報告書內容包括:ATCA・AMC・MicroTCA元件及系統開發企業整體分析、元件及系統本身的詳細資訊、統銷售企業、供應企業的產品及策略分析、ATCA產品市場預測、COTS市場佔有率分析、主要通訊設備銷售企業的ATCA・AMC・MicroTCA利用狀況。內容綱要摘記如下:

第1章 系統・主要調查結果

  • 主要調查結果
  • 調查範圍・架構

第2章 ATCA市場及應用

  • 為什麼ATCA受到重視?
  • ATCA的供應鏈:COTS vs 企業內
  • ATCA市場預測
  • ATCA COTS市場的佔有率及分析
  • 應用
  • ATCA的利用情形

第3章 ATCA技術及系統

  • ATCA機箱
  • ATCA後置連接背板
  • 後走線板模組
  • 機箱管理
  • ATCA系統
  • ATCA刀鋒功能
  • 夾層卡模組
  • 因應相互運用的課題
  • 應用軟體vs作業系統

第4章 ATCA交換

  • 基本介面
  • 乙太網路/光纖通道交換介面(PICMG3.1)
  • 替代交換介面(PICMG3.2-3.5)

第5章 ACTA節點刀鋒

  • CPU/伺服器刀鋒
  • 儲存設備刀鋒
  • AMC/PMC電信服務刀鋒
  • 網路連線刀鋒
  • DSP 刀鋒

第6章 AMC模組

  • AMC CPU模組
  • AMC DSP/FPGA模組
  • AMC 儲存/視訊模組
  • AMC 封包處理模組
  • AMCI/O 模組

第7章 MicroTCA

  • 技術
  • 機座
  • 系統
  • MicroTCA應用系統

第8章 ATCA系統整合業者(10家)

  • Adax Inc.
  • Adlink Technology Inc.
  • Advantech Co. Ltd.
  • Avnet Inc.
  • Elma Electronic AG
  • Emerson Network Power
  • Kontron AG
  • Oracle Corp.
  • Prodrive B.V
  • Radisys Corp.
  • SANBlaze Technology Inc.
  • Unicom Engineering Inc.
  • V Rose Microsystems Inc.
  • ZNYX Networks Inc.

第9章 元件供應企業(46家)

  • AdvancedIO Systems Inc.
  • Asis-Pro Ltd.
  • BittWare Inc.
  • Creative Electronic Systems S.A. (CES) 、等

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目錄

The Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture (ATCA) has been available for more than 10 years and has proven very scalable, with switching developing from Gigabit Ethernet (GE) to 10GE and now 40GE, and power/cooling per slot growing from 200W to 450W or 500W. All Tier 1 telecom equipment providers, and many Tier 2/3 telecom equipment providers, have some systems based on ATCA platforms. Several equipment providers have successfully integrated ATCA based products from multiple acquisitions into a single product line, demonstrating a key advantage of ATCA over proprietary platforms. ATCA is now well established as the leading high-availability commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) architecture for the telecom market.

There is a strong ATCA ecosystem covering chassis, blades, software, and application ready platforms. A few telecom equipment providers are developing complete ATCA platforms in-house, but most are using COTS solutions for chassis, blades and system integration. This allows equipment providers to leverage the investment made by their suppliers in developing common platforms and components.

The latest blades integrate some of the most powerful processing devices now available for embedded systems - including the Intel Xeon E5-2600/2400 series processors - and ATCA performance has been taken to a new level with the introduction of 40GE switch blades and processor blades. 100GE solutions are in development and 100GE ATCA systems are expected to be available from 2015. AMCs and the smaller MicroTCA platform add another dimension to these systems, increasing system flexibility and meeting the requirements for smaller systems and more demanding environments.

The ATCA platform and ecosystem present a significant opportunity for telecom equipment providers to manage development costs and reduce time to market. Several vendors have successfully used ATCA-based systems across multiple markets, developing standard platforms that are used by several product groups. ATCA is an ideal platform for network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) solutions. As the telecom market develops there will be new opportunities for silicon vendors, systems integrators, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and service providers to take advantage of ATCA. As with all paradigm shifts there will be winners and losers, making this a key market to watch.

‘ATCA, AMC & MicroTCA Market Update & Forecast, 2013-2017’ identifies and analyzes the full spectrum of vendors developing ATCA, AMC and MicroTCA components and systems. The report includes not only granular information on the components and systems themselves - of interest to system OEMs and service providers - but also insights into how the overall market is developing - of interest to a wide audience, including investors.

The report evaluates and analyzes the products and strategies of 14 systems integrators and 28 component suppliers. It also includes a market forecast for ATCA products through 2017, with a breakdown of COTS market share, and presents information on the use of ATCA by 18 telecom equipment providers.

This report is based on interviews conducted with a wide range of ATCA/AMC/MicroTCA vendors and telecom equipment providers during the four months leading up to April 2013, together with product and volume data supplied by companies. The tables presented in the report are based on product documentation and supplemental data from our interviews and email conversations. All of the data used in product tables has been provided to vendors for confirmation, feedback and updating ahead of publication. In all, the report contains detailed information and analysis on 540 products, including 266 recently introduced or updated products, from more than 40 vendors.

The excerpt below lists 14-slot ATCA systems from six companies. This is the most common ATCA system configuration, providing dual-switch blades and up to 12 other blades in a 19" rack. Most of these systems are supplied with a standard dual-star backplane but are available with a mesh backplane if required. Some systems from Emerson, Kontron and Radisys support 40GE switching. The Prodrive RapidIO 12U supports RapidIO. Most systems are available with a standard range of switch, CPU and other blades.

14-Slot ATCA Systems

Source: Heavy Reading

The excerpt below shows the 40GE switch blades that have been announced by six vendors. Most of these blades are based on the Broadcom BCM5684x 40GE switch devices and have management processors.

40GE Fabric Switch Blades

*Plus SSD storage
Source: Heavy Reading

Report Scope & Structure

‘ATCA, AMC & MicroTCA Market Update & Forecast, 2013-2017’ is structured as follows:

Section I is an introduction to the report, with complete report key findings.

Section II examines the dynamics of the ATCA market, providing a market forecast, analysis of the supply chain and COTS market share, ATCA usage and the leading applications for ATCA-based systems.

Section III focuses on the development of ATCA technology, including physical format, system management and application software and operating systems. This section includes details on basic ATCA chassis and systems available from 20 vendors.

Section IV covers ATCA switching architectures and technology, including 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GE), 40-Gigabit Ethernet (40GE) and alternatives such as RapidIO. This section includes analysis of announced ATCA switch blades from 12 vendors.

Section V analyzes ATCA node blade functionality, including feature comparisons for current and announced CPU/server, storage, carrier, networking and DSP blades from 18 vendors.

Section VI provides feature comparisons for announced AMC modules from 26 vendors.

Section VII explores MicroTCA architectures and technology, with comparisons of MicroTCA chassis, systems, MicroTCA carrier hubs (MCHs) and power modules from 12 vendors.

Section VIII presents detailed product and strategy analyses for 14 companies that integrate ATCA systems and in many cases develop ATCA components.

Section IX presents detailed product and strategy analyses for 28 companies that manufacture ATCA, AMC and MicroTCA components, but not full ATCA systems.

Table of Contents

LIST OF FIGURES

I. INTRODUCTION & KEY FINDINGS

  • 1.1. Key Findings
  • 1.2. Report Scope & Structure

II. ATCA MARKET & APPLICATIONS

  • 2.1. ATCA Market Adoption
  • 2.2. ATCA Supply Chain - COTS vs. In-House
  • 2.3. ATCA Market Forecast
  • 2.4. ATCA COTS Market Share & Breakdown
  • 2.5. Applications
  • 2.6. ATCA Usage

III. ATCA TECHNOLOGY & SYSTEMS

  • 3.1. ATCA Shelf
  • 3.2. ATCA Backplane
  • 3.3. Rear Transition Module
  • 3.4. Shelf Management
  • 3.5. ATCA Systems
  • 3.6. ATCA Blade Functions
  • 3.7. Mezzanine Modules
  • 3.8. Application Software, Middleware & Operating Systems

IV. ATCA SWITCHING

  • 4.1. Base Interface
  • 4.2. Ethernet/Fibre Channel Fabric Interface (PICMG 3.1)
  • 4.3. Alternative Fabric Interfaces (PICMG 3.2-3.5)

V. ATCA NODE BLADES

  • 5.1. CPU/Server Blades
  • 5.2. Storage and AMC Carrier Blades
  • 5.3. Networking Blades
  • 5.4. DSP Blades

VI. AMC MODULES

  • 6.1. AMC CPU Modules
  • 6.2. AMC DSP/FPGA Modules
  • 6.3. AMC Storage/Video Modules
  • 6.4. AMC Packet Processing Modules
  • 6.5. AMC Networking I/O Modules
  • 6.6. AMC General I/O Modules

VII. MICROTCA

  • 7.1. Technology
  • 7.2. Chassis
  • 7.3. Systems
  • 7.4 MicroTCA Applications

VIII. ATCA SYSTEMS INTEGRATORS

  • 8.1. Adax Inc.
  • 8.2. Adlink Technology Inc.
  • 8.3. Advantech Co. Ltd.
  • 8.4. Avnet Inc.
  • 8.5. Elma Electronic AG
  • 8.6. Emerson Network Power
  • 8.7. Kontron AG
  • 8.8. Oracle Corp.
  • 8.9. Prodrive B.V
  • 8.10. Radisys Corp.
  • 8.11. SANBlaze Technology Inc.
  • 8.12. Unicom Engineering Inc.
  • 8.13. V Rose Microsystems Inc.
  • 8.14. ZNYX Networks Inc.

IX. COMPONENT SUPPLIERS

  • 9.1. AdvancedIO Systems Inc.
  • 9.2. Asis-Pro Ltd.
  • 9.3. BittWare Inc.
  • 9.4. Creative Electronic Systems S.A. (CES)
  • 9.5. CommAgility Ltd.
  • 9.6. Comtel Electronics GmbH
  • 9.7. Concurrent Technologies plc
  • 9.8. Embedded Planet LLC
  • 9.9. Gateware Communications GmbH
  • 9.10. GE Intelligent Platforms (GE-IP)
  • 9.11. Interphase Corp.
  • 9.12. JumpGen Systems LLC
  • 9.13. Narinet Inc.
  • 9.14. N.A.T. GmbH
  • 9.15. Nutaq
  • 9.16. One Stop Systems Inc. (OSS)
  • 9.17. Pigeon Point Systems, LLC
  • 9.18. Pixus Technologies
  • 9.19. Polaris Networks Inc.
  • 9.20. Portwell Inc.
  • 9.21. Schroff GmbH
  • 9.22. Scan Engineering Telecom (SET)
  • 9.23. Systems Industrie Electronic GmbH (SIE)
  • 9.24. Surf Communications Solutions Ltd.
  • 9.25. Telco Systems
  • 9.26. TEWS Technologies LLC
  • 9.27. VadaTech LLC
  • 9.28. Xalyo Systems Inc.

APPENDIX A: ABOUT THE AUTHOR

APPENDIX B: LEGAL DISCLAIMER

LIST OF FIGURES

SECTION I

SECTION II

  • Figure 2.1: ATCA COTS/In-House Supply Chain
  • Figure 2.2: ATCA Market Forecast
  • Figure 2.3: ATCA Market Forecast
  • Figure 2.4: 14/16-Slot ATCA System Forecast
  • Figure 2.5: 5/6/8-Slot ATCA System Forecast
  • Figure 2.6: 2-Slot ATCA System Forecast
  • Figure 2.7: ATCA System Forecast
  • Figure 2.8: COTS vs. In-House
  • Figure 2.9: COTS vs. In-House Forecast
  • Figure 2.10: COTS Units Percentage
  • Figure 2.11: ATCA COTS Chassis, Blades & Integration
  • Figure 2.12: ATCA COTS Chassis, Switch, Blades & Integration Forecast
  • Figure 2.13: 3G/LTE System Architecture

SECTION III

  • Figure 3.1: ATCA Components
  • Figure 3.2: Typical ATCA Shelves
  • Figure 3.3: 16-Slot ATCA Chassis
  • Figure 3.4: 14-Slot ATCA Chassis
  • Figure 3.5: 6-Slot ATCA Chassis
  • Figure 3.6: 5-Slot ATCA Chassis
  • Figure 3.7: 2-Slot ATCA Chassis
  • Figure 3.8: 1-Slot ATCA Chassis
  • Figure 3.9: ATCA Form Factor
  • Figure 3.10: Dual star & Full-Mesh Switching
  • Figure 3.11: Example Rear Transition Module
  • Figure 3.12: Hardware Platform Management
  • Figure 3.13: Typical Shelf-Management Module
  • Figure 3.14: 16-Slot ATCA Systems
  • Figure 3.15: 14-Slot ATCA Systems
  • Figure 3.16: 6-Slot ATCA Systems
  • Figure 3.17: 5-Slot ATCA Systems
  • Figure 3.18: 4-Slot ATCA Systems
  • Figure 3.19: 2-Slot ATCA Systems
  • Figure 3.20: Typical Blade Functions
  • Figure 3.21: Application Software & Operating Systems

SECTION IV

  • Figure 4.1: Typical Switch Blade
  • Figure 4.2: Base-Only Switch Blades
  • Figure 4.3: Gigabit Ethernet Fabric Switch Blades
  • Figure 4.4: 10GE Fabric Switch Blades
  • Figure 4.5: 40GE Fabric Switch Blades
  • Figure 4.6: RapidIO Switch Blades

SECTION V

  • Figure 5.1: Typical CPU/Server Blade
  • Figure 5.2: 40GE CPU/Server Blades
  • Figure 5.3: 40GE CPU/Server Blade Features
  • Figure 5.4: 10GE/Quad+ CPU/Server Blades
  • Figure 5.5: 10GE/Quad+ CPU/Server Blade Features
  • Figure 5.6: Other CPU/Server Blades
  • Figure 5.7: Other CPU/Server Blade Features
  • Figure 5.8: Storage Blades
  • Figure 5.9: Typical AMC Carrier Blade
  • Figure 5.10: AMC Carrier Blades
  • Figure 5.11: AMC Carrier Blade Features
  • Figure 5.12: Typical Networking Blade
  • Figure 5.13: Networking Blades
  • Figure 5.14: Networking Blade Features
  • Figure 5.15: DSP Blades
  • Figure 5.16: DSP Blade Features

SECTION VI

  • Figure 6.1: Typical AMC Module
  • Figure 6.2: Typical AMC Processor Module
  • Figure 6.3: AMC CPU Module Summary
  • Figure 6.4: AMC CPU Module Interfaces
  • Figure 6.5: Typical AMC DSP/FPGA Module
  • Figure 6.6: AMC DSP/FPGA Module Summary
  • Figure 6.7: AMC DSP Module Interfaces
  • Figure 6.8: AMC Storage Modules
  • Figure 6.9: AMC Packet Processing Module Summary
  • Figure 6.10: AMC Packet Processing Module Interfaces
  • Figure 6.11: AMC Networking I/O Modules
  • Figure 6.12: AMC General I/O Cards

SECTION VII

  • Figure 7.1: MicroTCA System Architecture
  • Figure 7.2: MicroTCA Carrier Hub
  • Figure 7.3: Example MicroTCA Carrier Hub (MCH)
  • Figure 7.4: MicroTCA Carrier Hubs
  • Figure 7.5: MicroTCA Packaging Options
  • Figure 7.6: MicroTCA Chassis
  • Figure 7.7: MicroTCA Power Modules
  • Figure 7.8: MicroTCA Development Systems
  • Figure 7.9: MicroTCA Modular Systems
  • Figure 7.10: MicroTCA Integrated Systems
  • Figure 7.11: MicroTCA LTE Base Station Example

SECTION VIII

  • Figure 8.1: ATCA Systems Integrator Summary

SECTION IX

  • Figure 9.1: ATCA Component Suppliers
  • Figure 9.2: AMC Module Suppliers
  • Figure 9.3: MicroTCA System & Component Suppliers

LIST OF SYSTEMS INTEGRATORS ANALYZED

  • Adax Inc.
  • Adlink Technology Inc. (Taiwan: 6166.TW)
  • Advantech Co. Ltd.
  • Avnet Inc. (NYSE: AVT)
  • Elma Electronic AG (Zürich: ELMN)
  • Emerson Network Power, part of Emerson Electric Co. (NYSE: EMR)
  • Kontron AG (Pink Sheets: KOTRF; Deutsche Börse: KBC)
  • Oracle Corp. (Nasdaq: ORCL)
  • Prodrive B.V.
  • Radisys Corp. (Nasdaq: RSYS)
  • SANBlaze Technology Inc.
  • Unicom Engineering Inc., a division of Unicom Global
  • V Rose Microsystems Inc.
  • ZNYX Networks Inc.

LIST OF COMPONENT SUPPLIERS ANALYZED

  • AdvancedIO Systems Inc.
  • Asis-Pro Ltd.
  • BittWare Inc.
  • Creative Electronic Systems S.A. (CES)
  • CommAgility Ltd.
  • Comtel Electronics GmbH
  • Concurrent Technologies plc (London: CNC)
  • Embedded Planet LLC
  • Gateware Communications GmbH
  • GE Intelligent Platforms, part of General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE)
  • Interphase Corp. (Nasdaq: INPH)
  • JumpGen Systems LLC
  • Narinet Inc.
  • N.A.T. GmbH
  • Nutaq Inc.
  • One Stop Systems Inc. (OSS)
  • Pigeon Point Systems LLC
  • Pixus Technologies Inc.
  • Polaris Networks Inc.
  • Portwell Inc. (Taiwan OTC: 6105.TWO)
  • Schroff GmbH
  • Scan Engineering Telecom (SET)
  • Systems Industrie Electronics AG (SIE)
  • Surf Communications Solutions Ltd.
  • Telco Systems Inc., a subsidiary of BATM Advanced Communications Ltd. (London: BVC)
  • TEWS Technologies LLC
  • Vadatech LLC
  • Xalyo Systems Inc.

LIST OF EQUIPMENT VENDORS ANALYZED

  • Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU)
  • Allot Communications Ltd. (Nasdaq: ALLT)
  • Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO)
  • Datang Mobile Communications Equipment Co. Ltd.
  • Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERIC)
  • Fortinet Inc.
  • Genband Inc.
  • Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.
  • Iskratel Telekomunikacijski sistemi d.o.o.
  • Mavanir Systems Inc.
  • NEC Corp. (Pink Sheets: NIPNF)
  • Nokia Siemens Networks, a joint venture of Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) and Siemens AG (NYSE: SI)
  • Procera Networks Inc. (Amex: PKT)
  • Stoke Inc.
  • Tekelec Inc. (Nasdaq: TKLC)
  • Telco Systems Inc., a subsidiary of BATM Advanced Communications Ltd. (London: BVC)
  • Tellabs Inc. (Nasdaq: TLAB)
  • ZTE Corp. (Shenzhen: 000063; Hong Kong: 0763)
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