APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

Emerging Growth Opportunities for Low-Power Integrated Circuits and Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies

ReportLinker | January 03, 2022

Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Emerging Growth Opportunities for Low-Power Integrated Circuits and Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies"

Circuit design advancements, such as subthreshold and energy harvesting, could lengthen the device life cycle and ensure a “battery-free” future.Various RF technologies, such as Wi-Fi HaLow, LoRa (long range), and 5G, have emerged to cater to the growing demand for hassle-free data communication.

Other technologies, such as beamforming, are gaining traction in enabling efficient 5G communication.This technology and innovation report offers insights into ongoing developments in low-power IC and RF industries. The research scope focuses on emerging design techniques and RF technologies, such as subthreshold and beamforming, opening up new avenues in these industries and playing a critical role in IoT and connected devices deployment. This research also highlights end-market applications that might evolve in the next two to five years. Key Questions Addressed

  • What is the significance of low-power ICs and RF technologies in today’s electronics ecosystem?
  • What are the emerging technologies related to low-power ICs and RF?
  • What factors drive opportunities for low-power ICs and RF technologies?
  • What are the technology capabilities of subthreshold and beamforming? oAssessment of industry best practices oIntellectual property and funding scenarios oGrowth opportunities and success factors
  • Which companies are innovating in low-power IC and RF segments?
  • What key applications are impacted by advancements in low-power ICs and RF technologies?

About Reportlinker
ReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. Reportlinker finds and organizes the latest industry data so you get all the market research you need - instantly, in one place.

Spotlight

The NX-1000 brings powerful converged infrastructure to environments with limited budgets and scarcity of specialized IT skills, including enterprise branch offices, retail stores and small to mid-sized IT organizations.

Spotlight

The NX-1000 brings powerful converged infrastructure to environments with limited budgets and scarcity of specialized IT skills, including enterprise branch offices, retail stores and small to mid-sized IT organizations.

Related News

APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

Enables MTI's 5G Open RAN Radio Platform MaxLinear Transceiver Chipset

businesswire | December 15, 2020

MaxLinear, Inc, a main supplier of radio recurrence (RF), simple, advanced and blended sign coordinated circuits, declared today that the organization's remote handset chipsets are utilized in Microelectronics Technology Inc. (MTI) Remote Radio Units (RRUs) focusing on explicit greenfield Open RAN arrangements for 4G and 5G applications. Open RAN furnishes administrators with another occasion to fabricate their radio organizations utilizing interoperable organization hardware sourced from various top tier foundation providers. Elite, adaptable, and financially savvy Radio Units (RUs) are key components to each Open RAN network. MaxLinear's answers give a demonstrated programming characterized radio stage that empowers hardware sellers to quickly convey Open RAN RUs that meet these objectives with industry-driving highlights, adaptability, structure factor, and force effectiveness. “Mobile operators are pulling Open RAN into the market rapidly because the cost savings and flexibility of Open RAN enable them to address opportunities that were previously unaffordable,” said Joe Madden, Founder and President of Mobile Experts, a leading wireless technology market research firm. “By 2025, roughly 7 million radios will be sold annually, independent of the baseband processors. As a result, we expect the market share of smaller suppliers to quadruple over the next five years, opening up new opportunities for innovative semiconductor suppliers.” MTI's Open RAN radios uphold new 5G Open RAN network arrangements with the O-RAN 7.2x interface. These new 5G radios use MaxLinear RF handset chipsets to give a superior, powerful, savvy, and adaptable stage permitting MTI to rapidly uphold new 5G Open RAN radio arrangements with numerous clients. Moreover, MTI is conveying their MaxLinear-controlled Evenstar Radio as a feature of the imaginative OpenRAN environment that completely underpins the OpenRAN Reference Architecture including a fronthaul interface consistent with the O-RAN Alliance Split 7.2x. With remarkable RF execution, MaxLinear handset chipsets furnish base station creators with an adaptable stage to disentangle and quicken their advancement of cutting edge radios. These profoundly incorporated base station handsets uphold all air interfaces from 2G to 5G NR, including MC-GSM, making them ideal for building up the adaptable multi-standard Software Defined Radios (SDR) that administrators need for the present 5G organizations. MaxLinear's chipset underpins numerous information, different yield (MIMO) applications in Macro, Massive MIMO, and Small Cell radios. "MaxLinear is delighted to support MTI’s 5G RRU solutions with our high-performance transceivers,” said Brendan Walsh, Vice President of MaxLinear’s Wireless Infrastructure Group. “MTI has been a key customer for many years, and we will continue to collaborate and innovate closely together to bring industry-leading Open RAN radios to the market.” “We selected MaxLinear for this deployment due to the breadth of their current product offering and the level of investment they are undertaking for future products,” said Eugene Wu, General Manager of MTI. “We are planning for future collaborations with MaxLinear’s next generation transceiver solutions and world class DPD algorithms supporting highly linearized wide bandwidth deployments.” About the Evenstar program: Evenstar program will contribute to the OpenRAN ecosystem by focusing on building general-purpose RAN reference designs for 4G and 5G networks that are aligned with 3GPP and O-RAN specifications and will help accelerate the adoption of TIP OpenRAN Project Group Solutions. RRUs, distribution units, and control unit software have traditionally been only available as a packaged unit, limiting opportunities to serve suburban and rural locations. By decoupling these components, the Evenstar program is expected to enable MNOs to choose best-in-class technology and deploy solutions from an increasing number of technology partners.

Read More

APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

Mobileum extends the portfolio of roaming and core network products to address the growing 5G ecosystem needs

prnewswire | November 17, 2020

Mobileum Inc. ("Mobileum"), a main worldwide supplier of examination based wandering and organization administrations, telco security, hazard the executives, and testing and observing arrangements, is satisfied to report that it is growing its corporate concentration and improving its item portfolio for meandering and organization administrations to all the more likely location the requirement for consistent 5G interoperability. With a developing worldwide environment of 5G organizations and IoT administrations making strides and private organizations set to turn out to be progressively important, effective interconnection and administration quality must be guaranteed independent of geology or administration play. Mobileum will be hoping to use its profound meandering and designing aptitude, along with its improved danger, security, and testing and observing capacities coming from its ongoing acquisitions, to help Telecom administrators as they change themselves and progress to another computerized society upheld on 5G, instructing new guidelines of network and experience. Mobileum's coordinated and extended Roaming and Network Services portfolio will empower specialist co-ops to accomplish more noteworthy computerization, interoperability, and QoS over an assorted arrangement of public, private, and shared organizations - assisting with conveying a superior client experience while ensuring the reality. Kishore Vangipuram, Mobileum Chief of Roaming and Network Services, remarked: "Mobileum remains focused on providing solutions that enable mobile network operators to accelerate digitalization and innovation while improving network security and service quality. As service providers' business models and partner relationships become more complex, we are expanding our product portfolio to bring a new degree of resilience and automation to our customers' business and network operations – helping to tackle some of the industry's biggest challenges brought by the evolution to 5G." One of the key establishing standards driving Mobileum has been to associate individuals, spots, and things effectively and consistently while expanding the return for administrators. To accomplish this vision and backing the progress to 5G, Mobileum is dispatching a set-up of new programming arrangements as a component of its Active Intelligence Platform: Central Routing Director: enabling a more efficient call routing logic to meet technical and business needs, improving customer experience while maximizing revenue Voice Firewall: enhancing security, fraud detection, and policy controls combined with real-time call blocking treatment capabilities Enhanced Caller ID: providing a monetization platform for operators to leverage network information and call display, to empower identity, promote trust, and create a new channel for brand promotion Wholesale Business Advisor: reducing barriers between international and domestic roaming, automating business processes across international, domestic, and enterprise roaming partners while providing recommendations to optimize the roaming experience and costs eSIM Channel Platform: providing a platform for subscriber and enterprise roaming management Supporting more than 900 global telecom operators, in 180 countries, the Mobileum Active Intelligence platform is an end-to-end analytics platform that empowers mobile network operators to: Increase revenues – by delivering innovative and compelling offers in new market segments Reduce revenue loss - with a layer of security to protect against attacks on voice networks Optimize network and wholesale costs – by enabling process automation that improves time to market, reliability, and visibility into wholesale and retail costs Mobileum's AI-driven platform is available both on-premises and on the cloud, delivering advanced solutions that successfully support and assure traditional and next-generation services as telecom networks evolve towards virtualization, cloud and 5G. To learn more, visit www.mobileum.com. About Mobileum Inc. Mobileum is a leading provider of telecom analytics for roaming, security and risk management and end-to-end domestic and roaming testing solutions. More than 900 operators rely on its Active Intelligence platform to increase roaming revenues, improve network security, minimize risk, and ensure active testing and monitoring. With a strong record of innovation, Mobileum is recognized for its ability to extract network and customer insights and convert them into real-time actions that increase revenue, improve customer experience, and reduce costs. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Mobileum has global offices in Belgium, Dubai, Germany, India, Portugal, Singapore and UK.

Read More

WINDOWS SYSTEMS AND NETWORK

JMA Wireless and ExteNet Systems Achieve Unprecedented Performance in World's First In-Venue Midband 5G Network

JMA Wireless | August 28, 2021

Ahead of the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame game on August 5, 2021, JMA Wireless (JMA) and ExteNet deployed the world's first in-venue midband 5G network at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. The network enabled unprecedented download speeds of more than 600 megabits per second in the 23,300-seat stadium while it was full of fans, a feat only made possible by JMA's distributed antenna system (DAS). JMA's TEKO DAS, which was deployed in the stadium in 2018 by ExteNet as the neutral-host provider, required no additional cost, labor, or modifications to support the newly upgraded, multi-carrier 5G network. JMA's TEKO DAS is the only DAS capable of supporting 5G-midband networks with this degree of performance and efficiency. Deployed years in advance of the commercial readiness of the 5G radio air interface standard, TEKO DAS' high performance and ultrawide band capability enabled the stadium to easily upgrade to 5G. Once the 5G network was up and running, speed tests consistently showed performance of over 600 megabits per second during the game. The network allowed tens of thousands of fans to enjoy high-speed 5G connectivity simultaneously, a challenging task in large venues like the Hall of Fame Stadium. "This historic first is a powerful demonstration of what's possible for thousands of venues across the country where JMA's TEKO DAS is deployed. With its high performance and unique band capability, TEKO DAS is 5G-ready and future-proof, making it easy for venues to upgrade to 5G, with no additional investment or new equipment," said Todd Landry, Corporate Vice President, Product and Market Strategy at JMA Wireless. "We are proud to have worked alongside ExteNet to bring this high-speed performance to fans in Canton, Ohio, and we look forward to the opportunities in front of us with venues nationwide." "Getting the network ready for the 2021 season inaugural game was our priority and we are extremely pleased with the 5G performance on game day at the stadium," said Kevin Gallagher, Senior Vice President, Product & Marketing for ExteNet. "Together with JMA Wireless, our best-in-class wireless infrastructure and network operations enabled a superior fan experience, as evident from the throughput data for a major carrier. We're honored to serve our venue and carrier partners, improve network performance, and deliver the ultra-fast and high-bandwidth connectivity that users need to accentuate their game-day experience. Thanks to all those involved, and we look forward to bringing this level of service to all of our venue partners." About JMA A disruptive force in the wireless industry, JMA is restoring U.S. leadership in wireless technology at a critical time in the transition to 5G. Based in Syracuse, New York, JMA makes the world's most advanced software-based 5G platform, which it designs, codes, and manufactures in the United States. JMA's cutting-edge technology—most notably a revolutionary software solution called XRAN—is ushering in a new era of innovation and connectivity for businesses, workers, and ultimately consumers. For more information, visit jmawireless.com. About ExteNet Systems, Inc. Lisle, IL-based ExteNet Systems, Inc. is the nation's largest privately held provider of converged communications infrastructure and services addressing outdoor and in-building wireless, fiber, and other advanced connectivity needs of its customers. Our customers include mobile network operators (MNOs), real estate owners, property managers, wholesale carriers, enterprises, municipalities, and rural carriers. Our outdoor small cell and DAS networks are deployed in a variety of urban, suburban, and rural environments while indoor networks are deployed in iconic sports and entertainment venues, convention centers, commercial office buildings, college campuses, healthcare facilities, hotels and resorts, and transit systems nationwide.

Read More