AccelerComm at Mobile World Congress 2019 Barcelona, Spain 24-27 Feb, 2020

AccelerComm are once again demonstrating commercially ready software-only IP for 5G NR in support of virtualized networks live at Mobile World Congress.

The introduction of AccelerComm’s IP enables developers and manufacturers to create a combination of FPGA, ASIC and soft implementations of infrastructure solutions that meet the performance required by the 3GPP specification while providing maximum flexibility.

As the market embraces open architectures defined by the O-RAN alliance, the availability of complete 3GPP-compliant channel coding chains optimised for implementation in software-only, FPGA or ASIC platforms will enable AccelerComm’s customers to accelerate 5G technology developments while maximising spectrum efficiency through excellent BLER performance.

AccelerComm’s CTO, Professor Rob Maunder, commented: “Flexibility is key to success when developing advanced communications and these high performance standardized architectures in the wireless infrastructure market are enabling that flexibility while helping to reduce development time. ” 

If you would like to find out more about what AccelerComm has to offer please view the Vlog and Resources page:

Accelercomm product demos at MWC Barcelona are:

  1. 3dB saving through advanced channel estimation:
    • See early demonstration of our next generation 5G equaliser.
  2. Polar software 3GPP compliant core implementation:
    • Polar decoder running on an Intel X-Series processor with AVX 512 acceleration.
  3. Polar FPGA 3GPP compliant chain implementation:
    • Polar encode and decode chain running on both Intel's and Xilinx FPGA.
  4. LDPC FPGA 3GPP compliant chain reference implementation: 
    • LDPC encoder & decoder chain running on both Intel's and Xilinx FPGA.

Visit us at Great Britain and Northern Ireland stand in Hall 7 at MWC Barcelona (Stand 7A11.1 & meeting room hall 7 MRO100).

About AccelerComm

AccelerComm provides LDPC, polar and turbo solutions which enable optimal performance of communication systems, and solves the challenges that would otherwise limit the speed of next generation communications, namely the error correction decoding that is required to overcome the effects of noise, interference and poor signal strength. 

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