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Aricent & Mindspeed Intro Small Cell

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EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J. and BARCELONA, Spain -- The Aricent Group, a global innovation and technology services company, and Mindspeed Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: MSPD), one of the leaders in small cell technology, today announced the launch of a next-generation, high-performing metrocell reference design, supporting 20MHz LTE FDD and throughputs of up to 150Mbps. The companies have taken their existing relationship one step further by integrating Aricent’s world class software stacks and Mindspeed®’s PHY software with the Transcede® T3300 baseband processor, especially designed for high performing small cell solutions. "Operators are now demanding more from their small cells to effectively cater to the ever increasing bandwidth demand from their consumers," said Pratyush Dasgupta, vice president and head of wireless practice at Aricent. "With more than 50 LTE engagements, we have extensive experience and expertise in the LTE domain and are pleased to partner with Mindspeed to develop this high performance LTE small cell solution." “Small cells are becoming a critical part of the network,” said Dr. Naser Adas, senior vice president and general manger of the wireless business unit at Mindspeed. “We are leading the small cell industry with the broadest, future-proof portfolio of SoCs for small cells and a 63% share of the market according to Infonetics Research. We are proud to be working with Aricent to demonstrate a 20MHz small cell reference solution.” Aricent Inc.

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Shantanu Bhattacharya,
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8/2/2013 | 11:26:43 AM
re: Aricent & Mindspeed Intro Small Cell
With small cells fueling the tremendous capacity growth of 4G networks, it is now the most preferred choice for all service providers to deliver high performance through integration of small cell in hetrogenous network environment and optimizing it through SON. Aricent and Minspeed's strategic partnership in small cell will surely boost this growth.
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