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ASOCS Presentation at Linley Tech Processor Conference 2014 to highlight virtual Base Stations in the NFV era
October 7th, 2014 – Rosh Haayin, Israel – ASOCS Ltd, a technology provider of virtual Base Station solutions and software-defined radio (SDR) is pleased to announce its coming participation at the Linley Tech Processor Conference, October 22nd-23rd, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency, Santa Clara, CA. At this event ASOCS will present and discuss virtual Base Stations in the NFV era.
On Thursday, October 23rd, Eran Bello, ASOCS VP Products and Marketing will speak about the virtualization of the wireless Base Station as a key enabler to the expansion of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) clouds and networks from core centers to the edge. Leading mobile network operators worldwide have already started the evaluation towards virtualized 4G LTE, are coming to realize that alongside the EPC, the virtualization of the Mobile Base Station is required to maximize the benefits of datacentre type network topology. In his presentation Eran will review the blueprint architecture of a virtual Base Station solution based on ASOCS's advanced Modem Processing Unit (MPU) solution and Modem Programing Language (MPL) for Baseband and Signal-processing as a Service approach.
“We are excited and looking forward to present at the Linley Tech Processor Conference" said Eran Bello, VP Products and Marketing of ASOCS. “It is a great opportunity for developers and end-users to get together and discuss innovative network topologies, system design and technologies to address market transformation.”
Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Rosh Haayin, Israel. ASOCS is a pioneer in development of virtual Base Station (vBS) solutions enabled by its heterogeneous Modem Processing Unit (MPU), developed over the last decade and designed to meet current and future requirements. ASOCS enables the highest possible capacity baseband solution for next generation network topologies such as Cloud - Radio Access Networks (Cloud-RAN) and other wireless infrastructure cells, from small to macro and beyond. For more information, visit www.asocstech.com.