Toshiba announces commercial production of FFSATM for NEC iPASOLINKTM microwave backhaul products

9 FEBRUARY 2015

Toshiba Corporation has announced that NEC Corporation (NEC), having previously chosen the Toshiba FFSATM (Fit Fast Structured Array) flexible custom LSI solution,

has now moved to the commercial production phase of its iPASOLINKTM high capacity microwave communication equipment for mobile networks, utilizing this innovative solution.
NEC has adopted FFSA for its water-resistant, durable, compact microwave system iPASOLINK AOR (All Outdoor Radio) and will expand the adoption of FFSA to other iPASOLINK systems,” said Mr. Atsushi Noro, deputy general manager, Mobile Wireless Solutions Division, NEC. “By changing from conventional FPGAs to a FFSA, NEC was able to achieve high performance with low power consumption, as well as a timely product launch to address the needs of the quickly growing mobile network,” added Noro.
Toshiba addresses the customer’s main development criteria such as performance, power, and time to market with its FFSA solution, using licensed technology from BaySand Inc. FFSA offers a new and flexible custom LSI solution to replace broad FPGA series and ASICs with pre-designed masters featuring configurable I/Os, SerDes (Serializer Deserializer), and SRAMs which can be configured according to the customer’s requirements. FFSA supports various types of SerDes protocols for wired and wireless networking, as well as storage and consumer applications.
Going forward, Toshiba will position FFSA solutions as a new choice for custom LSI development to help customers optimize their system design and to enable timely product development.
To find out more about FFSA, visit http://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/ap-en/product/asic/structured-arrays.html
Note:
*FFSA is a trademark of Toshiba Corporation
*iPASOLINK is a trademark of NEC Corporation

NEC Corporation
www.nec.com

BaySand Inc.
www.BaySand.com

Toshiba Electronics Europe
www.toshiba.semicon-storage.com

Toshiba Corporation
www.toshiba.co.jp

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