DUISBURG, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--mimoOn, a pioneer in LTE software licensing for Software Defined Radio (SDR) platforms, today announced a collaboration with Texas Instruments for its new TMS320CC66x DSP family, especially suited for emerging small cell base stations. mimoOn and Texas Instruments will work together to provide a complete PHY reference design for LTE Release 8 with extensions to Release 10. Customers will benefit in faster time-to-market where the process of integrating, optimizing & supporting LTE software has been taken care, allowing them to spend their efforts building differentiation above the PHY. In addition, mimoOn’s extensive background in LTE combined with TI’s latest 4G SoC will enable the highest-performing LTE solutions for small cell base stations.
According to Thomas Kaiser, CEO of mimoOn, “2011 will see LTE deployment increasing and the market is demanding a fully integrated SoC with LTE software that enables faster time to market, in combination with efficient reuse of software. mimoOn and Texas Instruments collaboration enables potential customers to take delivery of a complete software and hardware solution, delivering a competitive advantage for them and their end customers since all the pre-integration work is taken care of.”
“By utilizing mimoOn’s LTE software on our new C66x-based SoCs, customers will have access to a complete solution for their designs. We are also able to ensure that the full capabilities of our platform are utilized, delivering significant advantages to developers,” said Kathy Brown, business manager, wireless base station infrastructure, Texas Instruments.
At MWC Barcelona February 14-17, 2011, mimoOn will showcase their advanced LTE PHY implementation running on TI’s DSP on their pavilion AV99.
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