© andrzej thiel Components | June 05, 2013

ZTE selects Broadcom's Small Cell Baseband Processors

ZTE has selected Broadcom's small cell baseband processor family to integrate into its 3G small cell residential access points.
"Combining ZTE's end-to-end solutions with Broadcom's advanced 3G small cell SoC capabilities allows ZTE to offer attractive solutions that improve indoor coverage along with hot-spots to offload macro network data traffic," said Wen Wanqiang, ZTE 3G Picocell Product Line Manager. "By offering small cell solutions, ZTE will provide carriers with a cost-effective tool to comply with the growing data demand in the network."

"By integrating Broadcom's small cell baseband technology into their new access points, ZTE has significantly shortened their time-to-market," said Greg Fischer, Broadcom Vice President and General Manager for Broadband Carrier Access. "This enables ZTE to provide better quality of service with fewer installation costs by optimizing 3G network total spectrum capacity and limiting interference between the 3G macro network and the high volume of 3G residential small cells."


Broadcom's BCM616xx Series is currently in mass production.


Please note the following: Critical comments are allowed and even encouraged. Discussions are welcome. Verbal abuse, insults and racist / homophobic remarks are not. Such comments will be removed.
Further details can be found here.
Load more news
April 17 2018 7:38 pm V9.3.2-1