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|Fujitsu to Feature WiMAX-Compliant Boards from Leading Partners and
Customers at Annual WCA in Washington, D.C.|
Washington, D.C. — Fujitsu Microelectronics
America, Inc. (FMA) will feature WiMAX-compliant boards for base station and subscriber station applications built
using the Fujitsu WiMAX SoC at the annual WCA Symposium at the Marriott Wardman in Washington, D.C.
developed by leading wireless telecommunications equipment manufacturers worldwide, will be highlighted at Fujitsu’s
booth, number 300. The Fujitsu MB87M3400 WiMAX SoC has been designed to enable deployment of BWA equipment for both
base stations and subscriber stations in licensed or license-exempt bands below 11GHz. It is the industry's most
integrated, modular, scalable, and cost-efficient mixed-signal baseband processor solution.
Fujitsu will also announce that MiTAC Technology, a leading manufacturer in Taiwan, has selected the Fujitsu
WiMAX SoC to design and manufacture cost-efficient WiMAX-compliant residential customer premise equipment.
WCA Panel Discussion Features Fujitsu
Reza Golshan, director of System ASIC Development for
Fujitsu Microelectronics America, will be a member of a panel discussion on June 30 to discuss "Distinguishing
Standard WiMAX Features from Premium Options" to be held in the WiMAX Theater (Hall C) starting at 3 PM.
Other panel members include Alan Varghese, Senior Director, Semiconductor Research, ABI Research,
who will be moderator; Bernard Aboussouan, Vice President, Marketing and Business Development, SEQUANS
Communications; Francois (Frank) Draper, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Wavesat; and Ron Peck, WiMAX Director
of Marketing, Intel Corp.
Jueves, 28 Julio, 2005 - 05:49