Huawei Picks Broadcom for Small Cells

Broadcom's Small Cell Baseband Processor chips will go into Huawei's WCDMA small cell access points

October 30, 2012

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BERLIN -- Broadcom Corporation (Nasdaq: BRCM), a global innovation leader in semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications, today announced that Huawei, a leading global information and communication (ICT) solutions provider, has chosen Broadcom's Small Cell Baseband Processor family of solutions for WCDMA small cell access point deployments. Huawei chose Broadcom's solution for its advanced performance, while lowering power and costs, to accelerate the deployment of small cells. Visit Broadcom.com to learn more.

Huawei has incorporated the Broadcom BCM61670 family inside its small cell product line of the ePicoxx series. The ePicoxx series is an important building block in Huawei's small cell solutions. The products provide indoor and outdoor solutions, enabling carriers to increase both coverage and capacity for 3G networks. In a typical deployment scenario, the ePico3802B will improve indoor 3G coverage and capacity for large enterprises and is able to offload traffic from the macro network. The ePicoxx product line utilizes the high performance of the BCM61670 family to support HSPA+ rates along with a very large number of users.

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