PureWave Networks selects Texas Instruments’ wireless infrastructure SoCs for family of LTE small cell base stations

May 8, 2012

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NEW ORLEANS -- Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) and PureWave Networks, Inc., an innovative provider of advanced, cost-effective 4G wireless base stations, announced their collaboration on PureWave’s newly announced PureWave Constellation, a family of LTE small cell base stations, designed to handle up to 1Gbps of data traffic with unmatched ease. With TI’s KeyStone-based wireless infrastructure System-on-Chips (SoCs), including production quality 3GPP compliant LTE PHY software, PureWave Networks is able to more easily design high performance small cell outdoor base stations, at a lower cost, lower power, and in less time than with competing solutions. For more information please visit www.ti.com/multicore or www.pwnets.com.

“PureWave Constellation is a family of advanced, outdoor small cell base stations which will ultimately be capable of delivering up to 1Gbps of LTE traffic. When selecting an SoC for such an ambitious platform, we looked for a field-proven vendor that could help us meet our challenging requirements of higher performance and quicker time-to-market, as well as give us the flexibility to differentiate our product offerings,” said Dan Picker, CTO, PureWave Networks. “We found that true roadmap partner in TI and its powerful KeyStone multicore architecture and will be using the architecture to its absolute full potential.”

PureWave Networks Inc.

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