Radisys and Mindspeed demo integrated platform for LTE small cell base stations at MWC

Telecom Lead Team:
Semiconductor solutions provider Mindspeed
Technologies, in association with Radisys Corporation, a provider of
embedded wireless infrastructure solutions, showcased integrated hardware and
software platform for long term evolution (LTE) base station advances
at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona, Spain.

The companies demonstrated a commercially available
eNodeB small cell reference design based on a single SoC.  The eNodeB
small cell reference design utilizes Mindspeed’s carrier-class L1 PHY
software and production-grade Transcede 4000-series SoC.

Radisys highlighted its fully
integrated Trillium LTE TOTALeNodeB software with the
Mindspeed Transcede SoC processors to support the demonstration.

  Mindspeed’s Transcede families of processors are a
strong solution for small cell access stations. We are working jointly to
support multiple customer deployments and have joint engagements that will
achieve deployment in the near future,” said Todd Mersch, product line
management director at Radisys.

The Trillium LTE wireless software provides TEMs with a
complete, integrated LTE eNodeB and meets the unique requirements of the
network equipment provider.

Furthermore, it includes the Trillium LTE eNodeB
application, radio resource management (RRM), radio environment monitoring
(REM), self-organizing network (SON), schedulers and all of the Trillium
protocol layers and stretches from all variations of small cells up to macro

The Transcede family of processors delivers
advanced processing performance, design flexibility and optimal power
consumption for the architects of next-generation small cell base stations,” said Alan Taylor, director of marketing for the communications convergence
processing (CCP) business unit at Mindspeed.

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