CEVA to Demonstrate Software-Based LTE UE PHY and HD Video Platforms at CTIA Wireless 2010

SAN JOSE, Calif., March 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CEVA, Inc. [(Nasdaq: CEVA); (LSE: CVA)], the leading licensor of silicon intellectual property (SIP) platform solutions and DSP cores, today announced that it will demonstrate its latest CEVA-XC communications processor and CEVA-MM3000 HD video and image processing platforms at CTIA Wireless 2010 to be held from March 23-25, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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CEVA and partner mimoOn have developed a complete LTE UE PHY platform, running the entire LTE receiver in software on a single CEVA-XC communications processor. This is the industry's first software-based real-time LTE UE platform being demonstrated and features real-time HD video streaming over an LTE link.

CEVA-MM3000 delivers full-HD, 1080p video decode and encode at up to 60 frames per second (fps), supporting advanced video standards, including H.264, VC1, Real Video, AVS, as well as future standards such as SVC (Scalable Video Codec) and MVC (Multi-view Video Codec, for 3D video). The CEVA-MM3000 HD video platform demonstration features decoding of H.264 HD streams running fully in software without any hardwired acceleration, on an FPGA development platform.

To view these demonstrations at CTIA Wireless 2010, visit CEVA in Booth #3162 in the Central Hall. To request a meeting with CEVA at the conference, email [email protected] .

About CEVA, Inc.

CEVA is the leading licensor of silicon intellectual property (SIP) DSP Cores and platform solutions for the mobile handset, portable and consumer electronics markets. CEVA's IP portfolio includes comprehensive technologies for cellular baseband (2G / 3G / 4G), multimedia, HD audio, voice over packet (VoP), Bluetooth, Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) and Serial ATA (SATA). In 2009, CEVA's IP was shipped in over 330 million devices, including handsets from all top five handset OEMs – Nokia, Samsung, LG, Motorola and Sony Ericsson. Today, more than one in every four handsets shipped worldwide is powered by a CEVA DSP core. For more information, visit ceva-dsp.com