SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Marvell (Nasdaq: MRVL) today announced the availability of LTE TDD/FDD capability on its quad-core world-mode platform, which is designed to provide high performance, low-power mobile computing; support for all global 3G and 4G broadband standards, enabling seamless global roaming; and the latest wireless connectivity technology. Marvell's LTE solution is the industry's most advanced modem solution that features support for field-proven 5-mode cellular modems, including LTE TDD and FDD, High Speed Packet Access Plus (HSPA+), Time division High Speed Packet Access Plus (TD-HSPA+) and Enhanced Data for GSM Environment (EDGE). Marvell is making significant progress on LTE design-wins with global OEMs and expects commercial products based on this platform to be available this year.
"Marvell has accelerated the pace of innovation and commercialization by bringing our industry leading TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE solutions into our quad-core mobile platform. We believe that with our design win success we can support our partners to accelerate the mass adoption of LTE solutions around the world," said Weili Dai, Co-Founder of Marvell.
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