The standards-based foundation of the HP AOTP
ranges from platforms with Intel architecture in both rack mount servers and AdvancedTCA blades, to the Linux operating system with carrier-grade extensions, to middleware such as GoAhead SelfReliant that adheres to the Service Availability Forum interface specifications.
HP AOTP brings commercial off-the-shelf technology (COTS) to telecom industry
Modular, standards-based technologies are the foundation of HP's Adaptive Enterprise strategy to synchronize business with IT -- and now of AOTP as well.
With AOTP, HP and network equipment providers can build modular solutions that give operators the agility they need to increase revenue through new services and faster time-to-market -- while reducing structural cost and risk.
The HP AOTP integrates our products and expertise, as well as our key partners, into a single, coherent program that creates tremendous business value for equipment providers and operators.
Operating System: carrier-grade Linux is the foundation for AOTP (providing the benefits of a lower cost of purchase, growing independent software vendor (ISV) support as a reference platform, customization); also Microsoft Windows(R), UNIX(R) (HP-UX) and NonStop.
New AdvancedTCA blade server key component of HP AOTP
HP's new blade server is a significant addition to the HP AOTP.