Cavium, a provider of semiconductor products, announced that it is demonstrating
end-to-end carrier class solutions for 4G networks at the 4G World 2011
conference from October 25th through the 27th in Chicago.
Cavium will demonstrate its small
cell Base Station on a chip technology called OCTEON Fusion. This completely
over-the-air LTE demonstration will include eight simultaneous connections
including streaming of five HD videos, delivering up to the maximum possible
The demonstration platform consists of a commercially available 4G/LTE
client, an OCTEON Fusion Technology based eNodeB base station, Cavium’s
FusionStack eNodeB software, and a commercial 4G/LTE EPC solution.
YJ Kim, general manager of the Infrastructure Product Group, will be
speaking on the topic of 4G SoC Technology Innovation including OCTEON Fusion
small cell SoC at 4G World Solutions Theater.
Cavium and its partners will be also be showcasing multiple market
leading LTE solutions based on the following product lines:
OCTEON II Family of Multicore MIPS64 Processors
Industry’s highest performance embedded processors, with up to 48GHz of
single-chip compute and 50Gbps full-duplex traffic throughput with proven
scalability up to 32-chips and 1024 real-cores, the ideal solution for mobile
core infrastructure applications.
OCTEON II Accelerator Boards
4 – 40 Gbps Gigabit Ethernet NICs designed for rich and secure network
services, compression and pattern matching ideal for 3G/LTE core networks.
Cavium will be showcasing its multi-mode UE technology with the Odyssey
CNO9xxx product line, in partnership with Aricent.
Cavium Solutions and Services (CSS)
Cavium will be highlighting a variety of award winning and OEM customer
proven software toolkits optimized for multi-core.
By Telecomlead.com Team