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Monday, 07 January 2013 06:24

Nvidia details Icera i500 LTE chip

Written by Fuad Abazovic



CES 2013: Programmable LTE chip 


Nvidia just showed the external LTE part of Tegra 4 and it calls it the i500 Soft Modem. This is the new LTE 4G programmable chip that is roughly 40 percent smaller than conventional LTE chips. It has 8 processors that can calculate 1.2 trillion operations per second and apparently, or according to Nvidia, does a pretty good job for a 4G modem. 

It is sampling now and it should be capable of supporting multiple bands due to its programmability. 

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