SoCs at CES boost cloud-to-home path

07 January 2014

Cavium demonstrates cloud to home networking and storage based on its Octeon, Octeon Fusion and PureVu SoCs.

The Octeon SoCs, powered by single to quad-core processors, deliver turnkey reference designs and software packages for WLAN, NAS (network attached storage), secure router and gateway applications.

The Octeon Fusion processors deliver active user connectivity and throughput for 3G/LTE enterprise-class and indoor and outdoor small cell basestations. Octeon Fusion is based on a multi-core SoC architecture that includes integrated purpose-built baseband DSP cores, MIPS64 cores, hardware accelerators and digital front end processing, in a single chip.
The integrated, carrier-deployed LTE stack software includes TR-069-based O&M functionality, IEEE1588 v2 timing synchronisation and advanced SON support.

For OTT media streaming, the company’s PureVu media processors have reference designs with middleware that supports wireless display, media streaming, and industry approved DRM.

Cavium will demonstrate low power dual and quad core Octeon III SoC processors, the Octeon Fusion small cell basestation station-on-a-chip and PureVu media processors for IPTV/OTT/wireless display thin client at suite 2812 at the Las Vegas Hotel during CES..


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