Octasic Announces Availability of UMTS NodeB Software with Large Cell Size Support

Octasic's Unique Baseband Processing Hardware and Software Delivers 20 km Cell Radius

MONTREAL, Canada – May 29, 2013 – Octasic Inc., a leading innovator of baseband and media processing solutions, today announced the latest release of its flexiPHY HSPA software. Version 1.05 enhances the capabilities of its UMTS offering, adding support for a cell radius of 20 kilometers. This software runs on Octasic’s OCT2224W base station devices and Octasic’s small cell platform products such as the OCTBTS2000 and OCTBTS4000.

Octasic’s flexiPHY software offers 3GPP-compliant physical layers for GSM, UMTS, and LTE, integrated with leading RNC and Iuh stack vendor products. This eliminates the need for OEMs to develop the baseband and stack portion of their design. Octasic’s comprehensive development toolset, Opus Studio, allows OEMs with unique requirements to enhance the flexiPHY software.

A larger cell size means operators can deploy fewer outdoor small cells, especially in rural areas. This capability also enables new applications for small cells, such as emergency networks, public safety, and many military applications.

The HSPA capabilities of flexiPHY are demonstrated in an on-line video available here: http://bit.ly/17yaAyK.

 

 

 

“The reaction to our 20 km reach has been outstanding. Since most small cell processors were designed for Femtocell applications, their coverage ranges between 500 m to 2 km,” said Emmanuel Gresset, VP Software Defined Radio. “Octasic offers the only small cell solution that includes special hardware and software capable of achieving a cell size of up to 20 km.”

flexiPHY HSPA 1.05 is available for download for existing Octasic customers.

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About Octasic
Octasic Inc. is a global provider of media and wireless baseband processing silicon and software solutions for the converged carrier, enterprise and end-point communication equipment markets. The company’s leading quality VoIP, HD video and multi-standard wireless base station multi-core DSP solutions are based on Opus, a unique asynchronous DSP architecture. Octasic allows next-generation equipment manufacturers to significantly reduce system costs by offering unmatched performance in terms of density and power consumption. Founded in 1998, Octasic is a privately-held company headquartered in Montreal, Canada.

For more information, please visit www.octasic.com.

Octasic PR Contact:
Anna Paltin
Octasic Inc.
+1 514 282-8863
anna.paltin@octasic.com