Enea Demonstrates M2M Middleware on ARM-based Software Defined Server for Cloud Applications at MWC
In addition to providing a management system, Enea will show elastic utilization of server resources, embedded management, and high availability in a centralized Cloud-based cluster, in three demo applications:
- Elasticity – a cluster with a load balancer and a server pool. External clients request information from the server pool, via the load balancer. When the client load becomes higher than the server pool can handle, the server pool is expanded, demonstrating the elastic behavior that is a new use case from the cloud paradigm.
- Device Management – a Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Registry. An application that automates the software installation and configuration of devices when they come to life, based on a combination of the device’s identity and what has been provisioned for the device in the registry.
- Availability – a redundant streaming server within the cluster in the Cloud. Clients request data from the streaming server. When there is a failure of the active server, the standby takes over immediately, and the clients receiving data from the server continue to receive from the newly active standby.
“Element is already deployed and tested in live applications in a range of hardware architectures including ARM, x86, MIPS and PPC. By demonstrating a working ARM-based solution on HP Moonshot, Enea reinforces its position as a world leading independent supplier of middleware solutions for mobile broadband and networking applications”, said Daniel Forsgren, senior vice president of product management, Enea.
"Realizing the potential of a more connected society demands a transformation of telecommunications and networking server systems so they can cope with rapidly rising data and evolving service needs,” said Charlene Marini, vice president of marketing, embedded segment, ARM. “Partners like Enea are enabling a transition to scalable, energy-efficient, high-performance systems by providing the core building blocks to simplify development and accelerate time-to-market for new services on cutting edge ARM-based server systems.”
“HP Moonshot systems are workload optimized solutions, making them ideally suited for compute-intensive applications in areas such as telecommunications workloads,” said Susan Blocher, vice president of Moonshot Marketing and Business Development, HP. “Enea has harnessed the unique capabilities of an HP Moonshot system designed specifically for telecommunications workloads, to build an innovative and comprehensive cloud solution with their operating system and middleware.”
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