Partnering with Radisys allows us to bring our vBS and C- RAN portfolios which are already disruptive and highly- demanded by mobile operators worldwide to an even higher level for our customers as Radisys' proven CellEngine software delivers a modular architecture that is a perfect fit for cloud environments, said Gilad Garon, CEO, ASOCS.
The fusion of Radisys' TOTALeNodeB LTE small cell software as part of the ASOCS vBS architecture delivers a virtualized software implementation of a complete base station deployed in a virtual machine on standard commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) servers.
Virtual Base-station requires a substantial set of open standards and interfaces to other network functions such as the Evolved Packet Core and Remote Radio Units,that ASOCS with Intel and other partners is aiming to establish.
Based on extensive ASOCS background in software-defined radio, this task is key in building carrier-class future-proof communication equipment based on commercial off-the-shelf servers.
The strategic alliance with InterDigital is an important milestone in our new strategy towards proliferation of our ModemX technology in the mobile world," said Gilad Garon, Chief Executive Officer of ASOCS.
Founded in 2003, ASOCS develops and markets many-core embedded processors that enable full software programmability of physical layer functions and algorithms.
ASOCS has developed a breakthrough architecture that enables the functions of a base station to run on virtual machines that leverage commercial-off-the-shelf servers with a hardware accelerator implemented on the eASIC Nextreme-3 platform.
We're delighted to collaborate with ASOCS in its quest to revolutionize the telecom network architecture and the wireless landscape by enabling both centralization and virtualization of the mobile base station, said Ronnie Vasishta, president and CEO of eASIC.
ASOCS delivers high capacity baseband solution for next generation network topologies like Cloud - Radio Access Networks (Cloud-RAN), Distributed Antenna System (DAS) and SmallCells.
According to ASOCS, its virtual Base Station, based on its advanced Modem Processing Unit (MPU) solution and Modem Programing Language (MPL) for Baseband and Signal-processing as a Service (SPS) approach integrated with Wind River's virtualization technologies allow higher data plane performance of the Mobile Base Station.
Software Defined Radio ( SDR ) based ModemX architecture is ideally positioned for this task, allowing for optimal CPU-MPU partitioning while offering cost- and power-efficient solution, coupled with massive processing capacity.
Launching the world's first MultiComm processor positions ASOCS
at the forefront of the emerging world of wireless convergence," said Tom Yemington, VP of Business Development.