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Docomo LTE network adopts NetLogic multicore chips

Posted: 28 Jun 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:multicore processor? LTE? mobile network? Japan mobile service?

NetLogic Microsystems Inc. disclosed that its multicore, multithreaded processors have been designed into multiple equipment deployed in NTT Docomo's commercial LTE mobile network in Japan.

Docomo announced on June 8 that it has begun verification of its new commercial mobile network system based on the LTE protocol in the Tokyo area, and is expected to enter full-scale launch of the extra-high-speed LTE commercial service in December.

Docomo's 2GHz network system comprises dual-mode W-CDMA and LTE base stations, LTE core network equipment and LTE-enabled mobile devices. Compatibility with W-CDMA will enable seamless handover for devices as they move between LTE and W-CDMA service areas in the network. As the leading mobile wireless operator in Japan, Docomo expects to confirm 5MHz-bandwidth throughput for 37.5Mbit/s downlinks and 12.5Mbit/s uplinks, followed by 10MHz-bandwidth throughput for maximum 75Mbits downlinks and 25Mbit/s uplinks in selected test areas.

"We congratulate NTT Docomo on the launch of the LTE network in Tokyo, and are excited to recognize the adoption of our industry-leading multicore processors in Japan's next-generation mobile infrastructure," said Behrooz Abdi, executive VP and general manager at NetLogic. "Our high performance multithreaded architecture has uniquely positioned us as a leader in intelligent LTE silicon solutions, and we are glad to see our products being designed into virtually every node of the LTE mobile infrastructure at multiple carriers worldwide."





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