Altair unveils Embedded Linux SDK for LTE chipsets

Tuesday 10 January 2012 | 09:09 CET | News
Fabless chip company Altair Semiconductor has unveiled Embedded Linux SDK, named Open-Platform, for its commercial FourGee-3100/6200 chipset. Open Platform is an SDK that runs on the FourGee-3100 LTE SoC's embedded applications CPU, and enables designers to implement a variety of applications and functions on the chip, eliminating the need for an external host processor. Altair's Open Platform is suitable for applications such as indoor/outdoor CPEs, hostless USB dongles, portable LTE/Wi-Fi routers and M2M modules, is built on an open source Linux OS and runs on the FourGee-3100 LTE processor

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Altair Semiconductor
Countries: World
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