Network infrastructure solutions on display at MWC 2019
Marvell is demonstrating a suite of highly optimised networking engines at Mobile World Congress this week. With the massive increase of connected devices, voice/data creation and machine-to-machine traffic, existing network bandwidths are under tremendous stress. Evolutions in WiFi 6, LTE-A, 5GNR as well as changes to the topology of wired networks will enable dramatically new applications ranging from smart cities to automated factories to virtual reality to on-demand data infrastructure.
“Marvell’s end-to-end network platform builds on a decade of innovation in 3G and 4G, ensuring that Marvell is well-positioned to capitalise in the 5G era,” said Raj Singh, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Infrastructure Processor Group at Marvell Semiconductor.
“We are excited to demonstrate our capabilities at Mobile World Congress and help our carrier partners solve the intensifying demands on their networks.”
Marvell is a suitable choice for building and expanding next generation networks. To learn more pop by Marvell's booth at Mobile World Congress in Hall 2, Booth 2M61.
Specific demonstrations include:
- Innovating in Cellular Deployments
- Facebook/TIP OpenCellular Base Station with WiFi 6 Backhaul to MEC: the latest version of the OpenCellular eNodeB featuring the Marvell LTE baseband processor, WiFi 6 backhaul engine, protocol stack software and edge compute processor.
- Enabling Smart Homes, Factories and Cities
- Narrowband IoT Base Station: an OEM-designed platform focused on NB-IoT vertical use cases.
- Cutting the Cord - Fixed Wireless Access
- Multi-carrier Micro Cell: a base station supporting up to three independent carriers that may be aggregated for higher bandwidth and operate in unlicensed or lightly-licensed bands including CBRS.
- 5G Ready Disaggregated and Virtualised Radio Access Network
- 3GPP Split Stack Implementations Cloud RAN Network Topology: a complete disaggregated Radio Access Network infrastructure featuring Marvell baseband, switch and server processors.