mimoOn GmbH, a leading LTE software vendor for Small Cells and terminals, announced the availability of its LTE protocol stack (mi!SmallCellSTACK™) for Broadcom’s dual-mode small cell family of SoCs. Small Cell product developers now can turn to a robust, high-performing product that is designed and supported by mimoOn’s team of engineers, who have experience in designing products used by hundreds of millions of consumers around the world. mi!SmallCellStack™ was architected as a solution that is portable to almost any chipset and operating system.
According to Brian Meads, VP Marketing of mimoOn, “The stability of Broadcom’s BRCM617xx Series of devices was excellent – mimoOn engineers were able to bring up our mi!SmallCellSTACK™ to first call within 4 weeks. This says a lot about the quality of the products both teams are delivering. Customers will be able to bring out Small Cell products in the shortest time possible.”
Complementing the mi!SmallCellSTACK offering are a professional services team and the following optional products:
- mi!SmallCellSPECTRUM™, an advanced scheduler
- mi!SmallCellSON™, an integrated Self-Organizing Network agent from Eden Rock Communications
- mi!SmallCellVeriPHY™, a test suite for validating small cell capabilities
mimoOn will be showing product demonstrations and hosting meetings at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from 25-28 February, 2013. The hospitality suite at the Grand Fira is in Hall 2, suite D60.
mimoOn GmbH, headquartered in Duisburg, Germany, is a leading licensor of LTE Software IP for mobile devices & wireless infrastructure. mimoOn's portfolio of products includes Physical Layer and Protocol Stack (mi!SmallCellPHY and mi!SmallCellSTACK) for small cells (Pico/Femto), Physical Layer for terminals (mi!MobilePHY), advanced scheduler for small cells (mi!SPECTRUM), Self-Organizing Network support (mi!SON) and IP development in the areas of advanced PHY algorithms on multi-core SDR platforms. mimoOn provides a complete porting, optimization and verification service, as well as a roadmap to future 3GPP releases. For more information, please visit http://www.mimoon.de.