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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Sandbridge rolls out 65nm dynamically reprogrammable, 4G capable baseband platform for smartphones

Source: PR Newswire
Sandbridge Technologies announced today the release of their SB3500 flexible baseband processor which facilitates the implementation of 4G mobile handsets entirely in software. Capable of operating any radio protocol required for a common (universal) multi-mode, multi-function mobile platform, the SB3500 meets critical power consumption specifications of wireless carriers and significantly reduces time-to-market and overall development costs for OEMs.

"The SB3500 is an 'industry first' that positions Sandbridge as a dominant force in the emerging LTE market," said Tanuj Raja, VP Business Development. "With its capacity for performing LTE and legacy cellular systems, the SB3500 is effectively a future-proof baseband platform that is transformational for the entire mobile communications value chain."

The SB3500 is the world's most flexible, cost-efficient and power-efficient universal baseband processor. Its architectural innovations provide scalable performance for any radio protocol in use today or in development for the future -- including LTE, HSPA, 3G WiMAX, Wi-Fi, DVB-H, GPS, and all multimedia formats.

Implemented in 65nm, the SB3500 is currently being sampled to select top-tier customers who are developing next generation handsets exclusive of traditional fixed function processors.

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