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16 Sep. 2020

Panasonic and Octasic Extend sXGP Collaboration to 5G/Beyond 5G

Mock-up images: Wireless base station (left) and New generation system-on-chip (right)

 

OSAKA, Japan, and MONTREAL, Canada – September 17, 2020: Panasonic Corporation, a world-leading provider of diverse electronics technologies, B2B, communications and wireless solutions, and Octasic Inc., an innovation leader in low-power programmable processors for wireless and multimedia applications, today announced the enhancement of their ongoing collaboration to develop shared eXtended Global Platform (sXGP) solutions to include 5G and Beyond 5G based wireless network products, especially for mission-critical applications.

Panasonic and Octasic will combine resources and expertise to develop high-performance, high reliability, and low-latency Small Cell solutions for the cellular IoT space, applied to B2B, Non-Terrestrial Networks in Avionics and other mission-critical verticals based on Octasic’s OCT3032 System-on-Chip.

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16 Sep. 2020

パナソニックとOctasic社が、5G/Beyond 5Gに向けた共同開発に合意

Panasonic and Octasic Extend sXGP Collaboration to 5G/Beyond 5G

 

 

 

 

 

 

無線基地局(左)と新世代システムオンチップ(右)(イメージ)

 

パナソニック株式会社(本社:大阪府門真市、以下「パナソニック」)とOctasic Inc.(本社:カナダ ケベック州 モントリオール、以下「Octasic」)は、従来からのsXGP(shared eXtended Global Platform)*1などのプライベート4Gシステム開発の枠組みを拡大し、5Gとその高度化技術であるBeyond 5Gの共同開発に合意しました。

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22 Feb. 2019

Octasic’s New System-on-Chip DSPs Are Optimized for Small Cells, Portable Base Stations and Specialized Handsets

OCT3032 low power SoCs provide the highest processing capacity per watt for small cell designs with 2G to 5G flexibility

MONTREAL, Canada, February 22, 2019 – Octasic, the leader in low power wireless and media processing solutions, today announced its latest high performance System-on-Chip (SoC). Incorporating Opus3, Octasic’s third-generation digital signal processor (DSP) core architecture, the OCT3032 SoC is optimized to provide the highest processing capacity per watt for 2G to 5G small cells, network-in-a-box (NiB) applications, private wireless deployments, defense tactical communications, public safety, and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) networks.

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