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Jul 08, 2010

IPWireless, Altair Team on LTE – Light Reading Mobile

Light Reading Mobile

July 8, 2010

SAN FRANCISCO — IPWireless, a leading provider of 3GPP technology for new applications and markets, and Altair Semiconductor, the world’s leading developer of ultra-low power, small footprint and high performance 3GPP LTE chipsets, today announced a partnership to develop a suite of multi-band LTE modem products that will support key frequency bands ideally suited to global LTE deployments. The companies will integrate Altair’s cutting-edge software-defined radio baseband processor into IPWireless’ LTE devices. The first consumer friendly LTE USB modem device will support multiple frequency bands including the 800MHz digital dividend band, 1800 MHz and 2.5 GHz. Subsequent devices will also support the entire US 700MHz and AWS frequency. Samples of the device will be available by September, 2010, with commercial availability before the end of the year.

“Malcolm Gordon, Chief Operating Officer of IPWireless, said: “By partnering with Altair Semiconductor to develop LTE modem devices, we are providing mobile operators and their customers with a high performance, low power solution that will satisfy the needs of consumers as LTE networks are deployed globally. Altair’s flexible chipset architecture enables us to rapidly develop devices that meet mobile operators’ growing demand for high quality LTE devices that support multiple spectrum bands, including the newly released 800MHz digital dividend spectrum band.”

IPWireless Inc.

Altair Semiconductor