ROCHESTER, N.Y., March 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Performance Technologies (Nasdaq: PTIX), a leading provider of innovative network communications solutions, today announced that the company's PCE335-HSI WAN Communications Adapter has achieved Solaris(TM) Ready certification from Sun Microsystems. The Solaris Ready program gives users of Sun software access to products developed for the Sun network computing environment that have met specific standards for vendor support, ease-of-installation, use, management, and network interoperability.
The PCE335-HSI has been certified to work on SPARC Enterprise(R) platforms such as the Sun SPARC Enterprise(R) M4000 and T2000 servers, and have been tested with Sun Solstice(TM) X.25 software and PPP protocols with the latest update to Solaris 10 Operating System (OS). The adapter can be easily configured to be used in both low profile and full height servers. This module is the latest in a list of Performance Technologies' Solaris Ready products that includes the PCE385, PCI384, and non-HSI version of the PCE335.
"By partnering with us in the Sun Solaris Ready program, Performance Technologies provides our customers with products that are optimized to meet Sun requirements and standards for product excellence," said Cynthia Hardenbrook, director, ISV Engineering at Sun Microsystems. "This enables our global sales force in commercial, telecommunications, and federal markets to have a ready-to-use solution to meet their customer's application requirements."
The PCE335-HSI provides developers of data and communication networks a fully compliant and programmable subsystem that is supported by Performance Technologies and proven to be compatible with the Solaris operating system.
"Solaris Ready certification presents great opportunities for Performance Technologies' customers and Sun Microsystems partners alike," said Steven Wigent, product manager at Performance Technologies. "Our participation in the Solaris Ready program gives Sun resellers and customers added assurance in the reliability and quality of our products installed in Solaris systems."
Performance Technologies will be showcasing its IPnexus(R) systems for MicroTCA(TM) and CompactPCI(R), its suite of NexusWare(R) software (Carrier Grade Linux(R) OS), and other embedded solutions at the 2009 Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley, in San Jose, CA from March 31-April 2, 2009 (booth 1630).
Embedded engineers needing more information on Performance Technologies' Solaris Ready products and solutions can reference the following online resources:
-- PCE335-HSI product page: http://go.pt.com/pce335-hsi
-- PCE385 product page: http://go.pt.com/pce385
-- PCI384 product page: http://go.pt.com/pci384
-- PCI(TM) and PCI Express(R) products: http://go.pt.com/pci
-- NexusWare WAN protocol software: http://go.pt.com/nexusware-wan
About Performance Technologies (www.pt.com)
Performance Technologies (Nasdaq: PTIX) is a global supplier of advanced network communications and control solutions to end users, application developers, and original equipment manufacturers that serve mission critical telecommunications as well as aerospace and defense markets. The company provides remotely manageable, IP-centric network elements specifically engineered for high availability, scalability, and long life cycle deployments. Its products are built upon its own U.S. manufactured hardware combined with the company's NexusWare(R) Carrier Grade Linux(R) operating system and software development environment plus a broad suite of communications protocols and high availability middleware. Performance Technologies' product portfolio includes the SEGway(TM) suite of Signaling (SS7/SIP) Transfer Points, Signaling Gateways and Bridges, and its IPnexus(R) family of COTS-based application-ready systems, WAN gateways, and multi-protocol communications servers.
Performance Technologies maximizes the value proposition of its products by leveraging its field proven systems, software, and hardware technologies developed over a twenty-eight year record of demonstrated innovation. A tightly integrated combination of these technologies results in measurable benefits to its customers through compelling return-on-investment and substantially accelerated time-to-market metrics. The company is headquartered in Rochester, NY and maintains centers of engineering excellence in San Diego and San Luis Obispo, CA, and Kanata, ON, Canada. It has sales and marketing offices in the U.S. in Raleigh, Chicago, Dallas, and San Jose and international offices in London, England and Shanghai, China.
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