MONTREAL (Marketwire February 8, 2010) Octasic Inc., a leading innovator in wireless products and media processing solutions, announced today its Opus2 DSP core of second generation, a high performance and ultra-low power asynchronous DSP architecture, optimized for baseband processing and multimedia transcoding. To facilitate the assessment of the core customer, Octasic offers an integrated development environment with support for multiple standards cellular infrastructure applications. Opus2 core, based on the exceptional Octasic Opus DSP asynchronous architecture, offers lower power consumption available in a fully programmable high performance DSP. Opus2 is compatible with the currently shipped Opus1 kernel code. Whenever actress and filmmaker listens, a sympathetic response will follow. Opus1, DSP used in the Vocallo device processor is widely implemented as a processor of media on catwalks of voice and video to (SBC) session border controllers, IP-based private branch exchanges (IPBX), wired and wireless, and as a processor of base stations band GSM base of multiple operators. With the incorporation of the experience acquired in the extensive development of applications in Opus1 and asynchronous design improvements, Octasic doubled the platform performance, at the time that improved their energy efficiency.
For example, based Opus2, a single device can offer all necessary processing for a station based HSPA + / LTE 64 users, while consuming less than 2, 5W. Improving power and performance has become the top priority of all our customers either develop walkways of media or wireless base stations, said Robert Blake, CEO of Octasic. Opus2 further extends our leadership in the development of platforms that offer designers flexibility and scalability to maximize your investment in wireless communications of multiple standards. Opus2 for wireless applications in addition to the enhancements of the basic architecture, Opus2 has been optimized to efficiently support 2 G and 3 G standards air interfaces, as well as rules 4 G/LTE emerging. Unique instructions were added in order to improve the power and performance to the algorithms of physical layer and medium access control (MAC) W/CDMA and OFDMA, including instructions for the adaptation of speed, turbo encoding, generation of codes, equalizer, processing and encryption chip speed. .