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NXP Processors Powers Compal’s New ISC Solution

The Compal ISC solution leverages the NXP Layerscape portfolio, including Layerscape multi-core processors and Layerscape Access LA1200 programmable baseband processor.

NXP Semiconductors has reported that NXP’s Layerscape and Layerscape Access family of processors have been chosen by Compal Electronics to power its new 5G Integrated Small Cell (ISC) solution.

NXP Processors Compal ISCDesigned to enhance 5G networks density, the new solution delivers high-performance capabilities based on a 4-antenna configuration to enable new 5G use cases.

“Our collaboration with NXP enables us to leverage the high performance of Layerscape processors to help meet the growing need for higher capacity and broader availability for 5G networks. The 4T4R ISC solution helps enable a wide range of new applications and revenue streams for mobile network operators and private network service providers.” Said JS Liang, Vice President at Compal.

“The collaboration with Compal to create this new high-performance solution underscores the strength of the NXP Layerscape portfolio to accelerate 5G deployments. This software-programmable solution addresses the challenge of 5G network enhancements – particularly for smart cities and factories.” Said Tareq Bustami, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Network Edge at NXP Semiconductors.

These include smart cities and factories, enhanced indoor 5G coverage, and low-latency applications, across public and private networks.

The Compal ISC solution leverages the NXP Layerscape portfolio, including Layerscape multi-core processors and Layerscape Access LA1200 programmable baseband processor.

The Layerscape multicore processors provide high levels of integration and leverage Arm 64-bit cores, while the Layerscape Access programmable baseband processors provide unprecedented flexibility via programmable engines for PHY/baseband processing.

The overall system delivers efficient, scalable performance exceeding 1Gbps data rates via software-defined radio implementation.

The Compal ISC solution, powered by NXP’s software programable modem is scheduled for deployment in the Asia New Bay Area in Kaohsiung, Taiwan for its 5G Innovation Lab, which is focused on the implementation of R&D results by conducting field validation and promoting commercialization.

It is planned to be deployed in Japan in the second half of 2022.

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