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Altair licenses Sonic on-chip network solution

Posted: 17 Feb 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:network? 4G? LTE? chipsets? processors.?

Sonics Inc. announced that three of its on-chip network solutions have been licensed by Altair Semiconductor for its ultralow-power, small footprint 4G LTE chipsets.

Altair first introduced its commercial grade FourGee-3100/6200 LTE chipset in September 2009, one of the first chip companies to market 4G technology, and has since announced numerous product and commercial milestones, including customer wins, field trials and commercial deployments.

Sonics' on-chip networks claim to enable semiconductor companies and OEMs to reduce time-to-market, decrease development costs and increase performance of SoCs. SonicsMX delivers high bandwidth with fine-grained power management functionality. QoS, access security, and error handling features comprise a robust turn-key solution that facilitates ultra-high design predictability and decreases engineering time. SonicsSX contains a high-performance, advanced fabric and comprehensive set of data flow services for the development of complex, multicore and multi-subsystem SoCs, and can serve as a local subsystem or global on-chip network solution. The Sonics3220 is used to offer a low gate count, cost-efficient solution as well as a simplified physical layout for any SoC design.

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