Small cells

Octasic, Continuous Demo Femto

MONTREAL and SAN DIEGO -- Octasic Inc., a leading innovator of wireless and media processing solutions, and Continuous Computing®, the global provider of hardware and software solutions that address the mobile broadband capacity challenge, today announced that the two companies have integrated their respective “small cell” products to enable equipment providers to rapidly produce Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) femtocells and picocells.

The companies’ interworking product demonstration enables system designers to evaluate Octasic’s UMTS physical layer coupled with Continuous Computing’s Trillium Femtocell protocol software. The combined platform features Trillium Iuh 3GPP Release 8 Home NodeB software integrated with Octasic's High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) physical layer running on Octasic’s Vocallo BTS, Opus-based baseband processor.

“The market for pico and femtocell-based applications is enormous – and growing everyday,” said Manish Singh, vice president of Product Line Management at Continuous Computing. “Given Octasic’s strong commitment to the wireless broadband market, we are pleased to work in collaboration to integrate our femtocell-optimized products that provide equipment manufacturers with the most effective small cell solutions.”

Octasic Inc.

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