The ConnX BBE32EP and BBE64EP cores both offer significant improvements in maximum frequency and algorithmic performance while reducing both silicon area and power consumption. When compared to earlier generations, the ConnX BBE32EP core provides a 25 percent improvement, and the ConnX BBE64EP core provides an 80 percent improvement in maximum frequency.
In addition, the ConnX BBE32EP and BBE64EP cores provide unprecedented flexibility in system implementations by supporting power consumption levels that significantly reduce the need for hardware accelerators. For example, the ConnX BBE32EP lowers power consumption by up to 33 percent compared to earlier generation cores, thereby allowing more functions to be implemented in software, while maintaining a comparable power budget.
"Whether it's a microcell, an access point, a mobile hotspot, a tablet, or a set-top box, all of these designs can benefit from the flexibility of a software-based solution for faster development time, interoperability tuning and tracking standards updates," said
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