Working with Leading SerDes Partners Mobiveil to Provide Pre-Verified, Fully Integrated RapidIO 10xN IP Offering Multi-Channel Data Messaging and Data Streaming at 40Gbps
Milpitas, CA—March 30, 2015—Mobiveil, Inc. a fast growing supplier of silicon intellectual property (SIP), platforms and IP-enabled design services, today announced a major design win with a multinational telecommunications company for its RapidIO 10xN digital controller IP. It also announced that it is working with leading SerDes providers to provide a pre-verified fully integrated controller and PHY solution for Mobiveil customers to achieve RapidIO 10xN multi-channel data messaging and data streaming at 40Gbps. This throughput is critical to sustain the communications throughput demanded by proliferating wireless broadband base stations.
The demand for added wireless broadband base stations is growing rapidly. A Federal Communications Commission report issued on October 12, 2014 stated that, “the record confirms that meeting America’s growing demand for wireless broadband will require the deployment of large numbers of new or improved wireless facilities. AT&T alone plans to deploy more than 40,000 additional small cells, 1,000 additional DAS networks, and 10,000 additional macrocells from 2013 through 2015.
DSP clusters drive the baseband processing at the heart of wireless infrastructure and RapidIO unified fabrics provide cost-effective, high-performance data transfers among these performance critical DSP clusters. RapidIO is quickly becoming a critical component of the fast evolving Cloud based Radio Access Networks (C-RAN).
“We are extremely pleased to announce the design win for our RapidIO 10xN IP working along with leading edge SerDes partners,” said Ravi Thummarukudy, CEO of Mobiveil, Inc. “Our RapidIO Gen 3 technology offers a wide range of hardware and software configurable options allowing designers to choose the optimal solution to meet their requirement. Moreover it comes with a very sophisticated ARM™ AXI bridge allowing easy integration with an SOC on chip bus. The IP optimizes link utilization, latency, reliability, power consumption and silicon footprint to best serve the chip design requirements.”
The RapidIO 10xN IP is part of Mobiveil’s High Speed Serial Interconnect family of IP solutions that also includes Gen3/2 PCI Express, NVM Express, DDR4/3, LPDDR3/2, NAND Flash Controller, HyperBus Controller, 10G/1G Ethernet MACs, PCI Express Switch and Bridge solutions. Mobiveil IP offers the most feature-rich, power-efficient, highly interoperable and silicon-proven solutions for different form factors to provide the optimum balance between power and performance.
“Avago Technologies is a leading provider of high-speed serial transceiver (SerDes) technology and silicon solutions for wireless and wired communications infrastructure equipment,” said Harold Gomard, Director of Technical Marketing, Avago. “Our customers can leverage fully-verified RapidIO Gen3 interface solutions based on Avago SerDes and Mobiveil controller IP.”
“Mobiveil’s RapidIO 10xN design win demonstrates that wireless infrastructure applications are migrating to next generation RapidIO designs,” said Rick O’Connor, Executive Director at RapidIO.org. “We are currently working on extending the RapidIO protocol for next generation communications infrastructure and for rapidly growing data center applications. We are pleased to see Mobiveil’s continued effort to make fully integrated RapidIO IP available to its customers”
About Mobiveil’s RapidIO Controller
Mobiveil’s RapidIO Controller is part of its High Speed Serial Interconnect Family of IP solutions. The controller is highly flexible and configurable to provide the RapidIO interface on one side and a generic interface on the system side. The controller can be used as host or device. The RapidIO controller supports PIO, data message and data streaming functions. The controller architecture is carefully tailored to optimize link utilization, latency, reliability, power consumption, and silicon footprint. The RapidIO controller also supports interoperability with standard multiprocessing application programming interfaces (APIs) such as Multicore Communications API (MCAPI) Remote Directory Memory Access (RDMA), and Message Passing Interface (MPI). The Mobiveil RapidIO Gen 3 controller also includes support for high availability and fault tolerant extensions for aerospace applications.
Mobiveil is a fast‐growing technology company that specializes in development of Silicon Intellectual Properties, platforms and solutions for the networking, storage and enterprise markets. Mobiveil team leverages decades of experience in delivering high‐quality, production‐proven, and high-speed serial interconnect Silicon IP cores and custom and standard form factor hardware boards to leading customers worldwide. With a highly motivated engineering team, dedicated integration support, flexible business models, strong industry presence through strategic alliances and key partnerships, Mobiveil solutions have added tremendous value to the customers in executing their product goals within budget and on time. Mobiveil is headquartered in the Silicon Valley with engineering development centers located in Milpitas, CA, Chennai and Bangalore, India, and sales offices and representatives located in US, Europe, Israel, Japan, Taiwan and People Republic of China. For more information, please visit http://mobiveil.com.
Designed to be compatible with the most popular integrated host processors, communications processors, and digital signal processors, the RapidIO unified fabric architecture is a high-performance, packet-switched, interconnect fabric. RapidIO addresses performance critical computing needs in Data Center & HPC, Communications Infrastructure, Industrial Automation and Military & Aerospace markets offering high reliability, increased bandwidth, and low latency in an intra-system fabric. RapidIO provides chip-to-chip, board-to-board and shelf-to-shelf peer-to-peer connectivity at performance levels scaling to 100s of Gigabits per second and beyond. RapidIO.org, a non-profit corporation controlled by its members, directs the future development and drives the adoption of the RapidIO unified fabric architecture. Learn more at www.rapidio.org.