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Mobile & Wireless

ip.access picks Freescale's tech for LTE picocell stations

Thursday 16 February 2012 | 15:25 CET | News
Wireless infrastructure provider ip.access announced that its newest small cell base station, E-100 Access Point, is powered by Freescale Semiconductor's QorIQ Qonverge PSC9132 processor. Launched on 16 February, ip.access' E-100 Access Point targets the enterprise space, supports simultaneous 3G and LTE transmission and is the first LTE product from the company. The QorIQ Qonverge PSC9132 processor provides data speeds of up to 150 Mbps for LTE users and 42 Mbps speeds for 3G users. Building on these capabilities, the E-100 AP is designed to let mobile network operators provide high-speed data and high-quality voice services to their subscribers in offices, shops, hotels and other hard-to-reach indoor locations. The E-100 will be integrated into ip.access' nanoConverge end-to-end small cell platform architecture, allowing operators to deploy the E-100 alongside the company's existing 3G and 2G small cells using the same gateways and network management system. ip.access plans to display a demo using the Freescale device at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Freescale Semiconductor / ip.access
Countries: World
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