Broadcom is focusing on the goal to improve the internet speed for the low-budget smartphones .To achieve this it is pushing its new chips into the phones that will improve the LTE speed or in simple words the 4G speed . The speed is an important Criteria that determines which phone is good to purchase , hence Broadcom is going to give its customers what they demand the most .
If Broadcom is successful with its just-revealed M320 and M340 system-on-chip designs, though, advanced 4G could soon be very affordable. The new chips respectively bundle dual- and quad-core processors with 150Mbps LTE radios, making it easier for small firms to ship cheap handsets (Broadcom expects sub-$300 pricing) with speedy internet access. They’re already integrated with Android 4.4 KitKat, too, so companies don’t always have to fuss over software support. Broadcom isn’t saying when phones with the new chips will reach the market, but it’s currently delivering sample units to “leading” manufacturers.
Broadcom last year unveiled theBCM21892, the industry’s smallest 4G LTE-Advanced modem – built around technology for 4G LTE . Designed specifically for the 4G market, Broadcom’s multi-mode, multi-band LTE modem delivered the size, power and performance that manufacturers need to develop faster, sleeker and more battery-efficient devices.
Broadcom has taken a holistic view of the challenges handset makers and carriers face as networks transition from legacy networks to 4G. Here are a few of the issues Broadcom is looking to address:
- If 4G LTE delivers the super-fast speeds it promises (>100 Mbps), then why are some early LTE smartphones limited to much slower speeds?
- How can LTE phones offer an enhanced experience without consuming more power than current phones?
- If LTE coverage is indeed becoming more widespread, why do users have trouble roaming with their devices?
Broadcom decided to tackle these problems head-on, and here’s how: First, addressing speed. Broadcom supports the latest version of the 3GPP LTE Advanced standard, which enables peak speeds of 150 Mbps. Second, boosting battery life and reducing power consumption. Broadcom has embedded its innovative power management technologies within the radio, saving up to 25 percent of the power typically consumed during data uplink, which translates to better battery life for consumers.
All of this is done on one tiny piece of silicon.
The chip provides the super-fast wireless access users have come to expect from 4G . As the new chip is expected to appear in mobile devices soon, consumers will begin to experience the true power of an LTE offering designed from the ground up for a 4G world.
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