Company Overview of Artesyn Embedded Technologies Inc.
Artesyn Embedded Technologies Inc. designs and manufactures power conversion and embedded computing solutions for communications, computing, healthcare, military, aerospace, industrial automation, computing and data storage, and consumer industries worldwide. The company’s embedded computing solutions include ATCA systems and blades; VMEbus single board computers; OpenVPX for embedded computing applications; PCI Express server accelerators for voice and video media acceleration for standard servers and appliances; computer-on-modules integrated single-board computers; and Centellis Open Compute Project Platform, a rack solution for the development and deployment of network functions virtuali...
2900 South Diablo Way
Tempe, AZ 85282
Founded in 1968
Key Executives for Artesyn Embedded Technologies Inc.
President of Global Operations
President of Enterprise Computing Group
President of Marketing and Standard Products Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Artesyn Embedded Technologies Inc. Key Developments
Clavister Announces Reseller Agreement with Artesyn Embedded Technologies
Jul 15 15
Clavister has announced a reseller agreement with Artesyn Embedded Technologies. Artesyn will offer Clavister’s products and solutions to its key markets and customers. Clavister’s virtualized security software will be integrated onto Artesyn’s computing hardware, realising secure platforms of unprecedented performance and capacity. The relationship will also see the two companies collaborating to conduct joint research into securing next-generation IT and communications infrastructures. The collaboration follows a longer period of joint development of solutions for the telecoms industry, specifically securing LTE/4G mobile networks. Using Artesyn’s hardware acceleration and load balancing technologies and Clavister’s next-generation, highly scalable multi-core data-plane technology, the partners have achieved a throughput of 1 Tbps of firewalling and 400Gbps of IPsec VPN throughput on a bladed server platform. Clavister and Artesyn anticipate strong, mutual growth from the collaboration.
Artesyn Embedded Technologies Announces First Model in Second Generation of its Popular MicroMP Configurable Power Supply Series
May 6 15
Artesyn Embedded Technologies announced the first model in the second generation of its popular MicroMP (µMP) configurable power supply series, the µMP16. With a new higher maximum power output of 1800 watts, the µMP16 offers a power density of 22.9 W/in3 and efficiency of up to 91%, making it even more cost effective for equipment that has multiple power input requirements. The power supply case features six slots that users can configure from a wide variety of adjustable power modules, ranging from 0.9 to 60 Volts, enabling nearly limitless output power configurations across up to 12 outputs. With modules connected in series the µMP16 can achieve output voltages up to 360 Vdc. The µMP series is already powering equipment such as MRI, CT and PET scanners, microbiology diagnostic systems, test and measurement systems, and industrial equipment such as paper processing machines; the next generation is set to bring a new level of flexibility and functionality to these and many more applications. This new generation µMP series has been redesigned with greater digital integration for increased reliability and a 36% reduction in fan noise over the first generation product. The new µMP series is just one line in Artesyn's portfolio of configurable power supplies, which are renowned for their outstanding performance and reliability and for being cost effective. Designed to ensure high efficiency and reliability even in extreme environmental conditions the new µMP16 is rated for performance at temperatures from -40 to 70 degrees Celsius. It can withstand a shock of more than 50 G and meets the MIL-STD-810G specification for vibration. The calculated mean time between failures is more than 350,000 hours at full load. Conformal coating is also available as an option. The power supply is fully approved to the third edition of the EN60601-1 and UL ES60601-1 medical safety standards and with 2X Means of Patient Protection (MOPP), it can be used in non-patient contact and non-patient critical equipment.
Artesyn Embedded Technologies Announces the High Density Media Processing Blade
Apr 10 15
Artesyn Embedded Technologies announced the ATCA-8330, which combines a powerful Intel Xeon server with a high density DSP media engine on a single AdvancedTCA blade. This enables network equipment providers to implement complete solutions such as session border controllers, VoLTE, video optimization or video conferencing with less blades and therefore less cost. Combining a powerful Intel Xeon processor with up to 40 Octasic OCT2224M multi-core DSPs, the Artesyn ATCA-8330 blade, includes a comprehensive media processing software suite to simplify application development. An innovative modular design, using DSPs mounted on DIMM-type modules, allows the blade to scale four DSPs at a time up to 40 DSPs, to meet application requirements. The blade can be configured as either a gateway on a blade, using the on-board X86 processor for packet processing and management in a smaller system, or as a resource blade in a larger system, where server processing may be implemented on a separate dedicated blade in a chassis and media streams can be routed directly to the DSPs. It is critical for carriers to make the management of media streams in their networks more cost-effective, which is exactly what Artesyn is delivering with this new media processing acceleration engine. The ATCA-8330 can cost-effectively replace many traditional servers or other media processing blades when adding voice or video functionality to a communications system and the increased density lowers operating expense for network operators. With up to 960 DSP cores, this new blade offers the high density of any commercially available blade that the company know of, taking the crown from ATCA-8320 blade, which offered up to 576 cores. The Artesyn ATCA-8330 includes software that makes it easier for developers to create and use arrays of media processing resources in highly complex voice- and video-enabled applications. This new blade will operate in any standard ATCA chassis and is optimized to work with the company's range of Centellis ATCA system platforms, including the recently announced Centellis 2100.
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