WiMAX Forum Congress Asia 2010, TAIPEI, TAIWAN: EpiValley, a leading provider of Telecommunications Modems, and Beceem, a leading provider of 4G chips, announced the development of EpiValley’s new 4G-WiMAX/WiFi Mobile Router product, based on Beceem’s BCSM350 chip.
The new mobile router takes advantage of Beceem’s integrated coexistence front-end solution, which is combined with the unique “Twin Turbo” uplink of the BCSM350. Taken together, the BCSM350 will enable EpiValley’s new mobile router to deliver peak-performance 4G-WiMAX solution paired with a full-range WiFi solution.
Lars Johnsson, vice president of marketing and business development for Beceem Communications, said: “We have worked on perfecting our 4G-WiMAX/WiFi co-existence solution for over a year now, and being able to deliver an integrated coexistence front-end solution with our new BCMS350 chip that will not interfere with our innovative Twin-Turbo enables Epivalley to build a top-of-the-line Mobile Router that is not only performance oriented but also based on a low-cost platform.”
“We have recently launched our first generation of advanced 4G-WiMAX routers based on Beceem products targeting price/performance sensitive emerging markets,” said Anthony Kang, Marketing Director at EpiValley. “Upgrading our designs to top-of-the-line performance at even lower cost should allow us to become a key supplier in the fast-growing 4G-WiMAX market.”