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NVIDIA Icera 410 LTE Modem Validated for Use on AT&T’s 4G LTE Network

by Todd Haselton | May 24, 2012May 24, 2012 6:00 am PDT

NVIDIA just announced that its Icera 410 LTE multimode modem has been approved to work properly on AT&T’s 4G LTE network. “Validation with AT&T is an achievement that paves the way for NVIDIA Icera-powered LTE devices on the AT&T network through this year and next,” Stan Boland, senior vice president of Mobile Communications at NVIDIA said in a statement. The chipset offers 4G LTE support at up to 50Mbps and also supports AT&T’s 4G HSPA+, 3G and 2G networks.

NVIDIA has already proven that its Icera modem technology, it acquired Icera last June, plays well with its Tegra 2 processors. The ZTE Mimosa X, for example, already uses both chips. Hopefully this means we’ll hear more news around Tegra 3 quad-core devices with 4G LTE support on AT&T’s network in the near future, too.

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NVIDIA Icera Modem Chipset Validated on AT&T LTE Network

SANTA CLARA, Calif.—May 24, 2012—NVIDIA today announced that the NVIDIA® Icera® 410 LTE multimode data modem chipset for tablets and clamshell devices has been tested and validated for operation on the AT&T 4G LTE network.

AT&T qualification tests help ensure that product manufacturers can confidently select chipsets that integrate with connected devices and can quickly achieve final product qualification

“Validation with AT&T is an achievement that paves the way for NVIDIA Icera-powered LTE devices on the AT&T network through this year and next,” said Stan Boland, senior vice president of Mobile Communications at NVIDIA.

The NVIDIA Icera 410 LTE modem delivers lightning-fast web browsing, video streaming and multiplayer gaming to tablets and clamshell devices. It is the first Icera modem to implement 4G LTE in NVIDIA’s software defined radio baseband processor. Together with its multimode radio transceiver, the chipset offers 4G LTE at category 2 data rates (up to 50 Mbps) as well as 4G HSPA+, 3G and 2G compatibility.

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Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...

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