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MONTREAL and SAN DIEGO, CA (Marketwire February 8, 2010) Octasic Inc., a leading innovator of media processing solutions and mobile and Continuous Computing r, a global provider of hardware and software solutions that address the challenge of mobile broadband capacity, announced today that the two companies integrate their respective products of cells small to allow equipment providers to rapidly produce femtoceldas and picoceldas in the Universal system of telecommunications (UMTS) platform. Joint work of enterprises product demonstration allows systems designers evaluate Octasic UMTS physical layer with protocoloTrillium Continuous Computing Femtocell software. The combined platform presents Trillium Iuh 3GPP Release 8 Home NodeB software integrated with the physical layer High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) of Octasic operating in processor baseband based on Octasic Vocallo BTS Opus. If you have read about Discovery Communications already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Picoceldas and femtoceldas-based applications market is enormous and increases all the days, said Manish Singh, Vice President of management of Continuous Computing product lines. Given the solid commitment of Octasic to band market mobile broadband, we are happy to work in collaboration to integrate our products optimized by femtoceldas offered by small cells more effective solutions to equipment manufacturers. We are proud to partner with a recognized as technology leader in femtoceldas, said Emmanuel Gresset, Vice President at Octasic Software Defined Radio (SDR). The ability to integrate Continuous Computing products with our own solutions in a few weeks demonstrates the benefits of our approach to total software: flexibility, ease of integration of system and fastest time of positioning in the market.

This ensures that 100 percent control and signal processing is done in software in the DSP and CPU, totally up to analog converter interface. The integrated platform using a full Analog Devices radio subsystem Inc. It is based on the ADF4602 transceiver multi-band 3 G femtocell and at last converter low energy band broadband MxFE.

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