Copenhagen, Denmark, May 08, 2018 — Denmark Headquartered Comcores ApS, a fast growing specialized supplier of silicon intellectual property (SIP) today announced the availability of eCPRI 1.0 IP targeting FPGA and ASIC devices.
Being feature rich and having a highly scalable architecture that allows adaptation and sizing of the IP-core to the exact application required, Comcores’s IP offering is the optimum fast track solution for the new eCPRI 1.0 standard.
The IP solution is prepared for easy integration with embedded SW as well as Ethernet MAC’s and comes with solid documentation and option for HW demonstration platform to facilitate quick bring-up of the solution. Having a minimum of logic levels it is optimized for easy time closure even on low cost FPGA’s.
The complete offering allows developers to easily implement the new eCPRI standard whether the target is remote radio heads, switches, baseband equipment or something completely different.
“Efficiency, in terms of cost, power and time to market, are paramount to enabling 5G wireless communication systems”, said Thomas Noergaard, Founder at Comcores. “The Comcores eCPRI IP not only enables next generation radio, but also open up a wide range of other applications for use in 5G networks”.
Comcores is a leading provider of silicon agnostic IP-cores for communication with a particular focus on enabling solutions for fronthaul and cloud-RAN. State of the art knowhow and practical experience enabling connectivity in wireless systems are key elements in Comcores’s delivery of unique, high quality, production-proven IP-cores. Comcores has a solid track record value-adding customer engagements with solidly tested solutions and strong execution of projects to accelerate development and cut costs while increasing overall project reliability and predictability.
To learn more about this IP-core offering from Comcores please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For other IP-core offerings please visit www.comcores.com.
Privately held Comcores is headquartered in Greater Copenhagen Area, Denmark.