Addressing the Varying Requirements of the Wireless Market using a Scalable Multi-core Architecture
With the rapidly growing demand for increased
data rates, operators are forced to quickly upgrade their networks to support
advanced wireless standards including: HSPA+, LTE and LTE-Advanced.
Traditionally, operators built their wireless networks around conventional
Macro base stations architectures. In order to deliver a high quality mobile
broadband service operators are now deploying Heterogeneous Network (HetNet)
architectures based on wide range of cells from Small-Cells (Pico, Metro, Micro)
all the way up to Macro base stations and Cloud-RAN.
This evolving base station topology forces substantial challenge upon
equipment manufactures to offer wireless broadband devices offering ease of
scalability, varying use cases support and high sensitivity to cost and power
consumption. Modern Wireless solutions are now built using advanced multi-core
architectures delivering the required performance at an economic manner.
This webinar will offer a fresh approach for designing advanced wireless
solutions targeting the various network equipment devices.
- How to meet the extreme processing requirements of advanced wireless
- How to design a scalable solution applicable to Small-Cells, Macro base
stations and Cloud-RAN
- How to design a flexible solution enabling multi-mode baseband processing
- How to design an efficient multi-core system including: resource sharing,
dynamic scheduling, automatic data traffic management and more
- How to enable a dramatic cost reduction compared with today’s wireless
- How to simplify software development of highly complex multi-core systems
Who should attend:
The session should be attended
by wireless baseband chip architects and designers, system engineers and
baseband algorithm and software engineers planning to implement 4G baseband
Bergman, VP of Product Marketing, CEVA
Eyal Bergman serves as a VP
of Product Marketing for CEVA. In his role, he is responsible for all Marketing
aspects related to CEVA’s Communication products. Prior to this, Mr. Bergman was
the Application Solutions Department Manager at CEVA. Mr. Bergman has worked for
CEVA & DSP Group since 2000, and held several development and managerial
R&D positions. Mr. Bergman holds MSc & BSc degrees in computer sciences
from Bar-Ilan University and an MBA from Tel-Aviv University.
Yaakov, DSP Architecture Manager, CEVA
Alon Yaakov is Manager of
Processor and Core Architectures at CEVA. In his role, he is responsible for
defining and leading the architecture of current and next generation
communication products. Before joining CEVA, Mr. Yaakov held both management and
development positions in several startups. He has 16 years of experience in
architecture, systems, ASIC design and algorithm development in a broad range of
applications, including wired and wireless communications, video & image
processing, Flash controllers, and robotics. Mr. Yaakov holds both M.A.Sc. &
B.A.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto. He is
an author or co-author of more than 10 patents.
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