Wind River® Titanium Cloud™ is the industry's only fully integrated, , and deployment-ready portfolio of virtualization software products. Titanium Cloud provides the ideal software infrastructure designed for the rigorous demands of the carrier and critical infrastructure networks.
Enterprise server and computing technologies were not designed for the rigorous demands of the carrier network.
Titanium Server solves that problem by providing an application-ready software platform that runs virtual functions with carrier grade reliability and is built to support the intensive performance, reliability, and security requirements of the world’s most demanding computing and communications networks.
Flexibility: Scale your services up, down, in, and out—rapidly, deploying new services dynamically, when and where they are needed.
Performance: Maximize the number of subscribers you support on each server, so you minimize your operating costs.
Reliability: Keep your services up—always.
ONE ARCHITECTURE, MULTIPLE PRODUCTS
Titanium Cloud products address specific applications with compatible platforms:
Titanium Cloud includes a complete portfolio of technologies to build the components for high-performance, ultrareliable virtual networks. It includes the following core components:
Using these core components, Titanium Cloud delivers the key features needed to successfully build and deploy a virtualized network running multiple VMs.
TL 9000 design methodology to guarantee six-nines reliability
Full 10 G line rate accelerated virtual switching running unmodified guest applications
10 µs deterministic interrupt latency to support virtualization in the most stringent CPE and access sections of the network
Accelerated live VM migration, including the “share nothing” model—40% faster than enterprise software
Detection of failed controllers, hosts, or VMs 60x faster than enterprise Linux; automatic recovery, with no single point of failure
Fully integrated telecom-grade security, including complete AAA access control
Proven multi-vendor interoperability via trials with the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and other standards bodies