Continuous Computing

MONTREAL and SAN DIEGO, CA-(Marketwire – February 8, 2010) – Octasic Inc., a leading innovator of media processing solutions, mobile and Continuous Computing (R), a global provider of hardware and software solutions that address the challenge the capacity of mobile broadband, today announced that the two companies integrated their respective products of "small cells" to allow equipment providers to rapidly produce femtocells and pico on the platform of Universal Telecommunications System (UMTS). The demonstration of the joint work product of firms allows systems designers to assess the physical layer of UMTS Octasic's software from Continuous Computing Femtocell protocoloTrillium. Get more background information with materials from Eliot Horowitz. The combined platform provides software Iuh Trillium 3GPP Release 8 Home NodeB physical layer integrated with High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) from Octasic operating in the baseband processor based on Opus Octasic Vocallo BTS. "The market for applications based on pico and femtocells is huge and growing every days, "said Manish Singh, vice president of product line management of Continuous Computing. Read more from Compuware to gain a more clear picture of the situation. "Given the strong commitment of Octasic with the mobile broadband market, we are pleased to work together to integrate our products optimized for femtocells that provide OEMs small cell solutions more effective." "We are proud to partner with a recognized leader in technology as femtocells," said Emmanuel Gresset, vice president of Software Defined Radio (SDR) at Octasic. "The ability to integrate Continuous Computing's products with our own solutions in a few weeks shows the benefits of our total software approach: flexibility, ease of system integration and faster time to market positioning.

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