Posted: August 13, 2013

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug. 13, 2013 — CEVA, Inc., today announced that ZTE Corporation has licensed the CEVA-XC DSP to power its next generation of high-performance, LTE TDD/FDD multi-mode base station System-on-Chips (SoCs). The programmable CEVA-XC DSP enables ZTE to develop a powerful, scalable software-defined radio (SDR) platform for networking infrastructure that can support multiple air interface standards for base station rollouts and upgrades, worldwide.

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“With its capability to support multiple air interface standards including LTE and 3G in one platform, the flexible CEVA-XC DSP is an outstanding processor architecture to serve the future needs of cellular base station SoCs,” said a spokesperson for ZTE. “The processing power and the inherent low heat dissipation offered by the CEVA-XC allow us to implement a software-centric platform, simplifying our product development and maintenance, and significantly improving our overall base station efficiency.”

“We have made a significant R&D investment over the last few years to ensure that our CEVA-XC architecture is primed for wireless infrastructure applications,” said Gideon Wertheizer, CEO of CEVA. “ZTE is a recognized leader in networking infrastructure worldwide with a strong commitment to be at the forefront of future trends.  Their decision to adopt the CEVA-XC for its base station roadmap is a strong endorsement of our DSP technologies serving this high-performance market.”

CEVA’s industry-leading DSP cores power many of the world’s leading wireless semiconductors, enabling unrivaled power consumption, performance and cost efficiencies in 2G / 3G / 4G solutions. CEVA has more than 45 baseband design wins to date, including more than 25 design wins for LTE and LTE-Advanced.

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