Xilinx, Inc., a provider of adaptive computing, announced that the company is supplying its UltraScale+ technology to Fujitsu Limited for its O-RAN 5G radio units (O-RUs). Fujitsu O-RUs using Xilinx technology will be offered in the first O-RAN-compliant 5G greenfield networks in the U.S.
Fujitsu is also evaluating Xilinx RFSoC technology to further reduce cost and power-consumption for additional future site deployments.
“We are proud to collaborate with Fujitsu in the development of their multi-generation 5G radio units using our industry-leading UltraScale+ solutions, which will be deployed in a major greenfield 5G network,” said Liam Madden, executive VP and GM, Wired and Wireless Group at Xilinx. “As the market needs for 5G continue to evolve, Fujitsu also recognized the importance of integrating Xilinx adaptable RFSoCs to address the evolution of standards for next-generation radio deployments.”
Fujitsu O-RUs are ideal for a broad-range of spectrum and multi-band applications for 5G O-RAN networks. The Xilinx UltraScale+ devices used within Fujitsu O-RUs deliver the ideal balance of cost economies, as well as the adaptability and scalability required for the evolving needs of 5G O-RAN network requirements.
Additionally, Xilinx will continue to work with other O-RAN ecosystem partners to ensure continued validation of the hardware and software necessary for world-class 5G networks.
“Our Fujitsu design team worked closely with Xilinx on our O-RAN radio units to enable greater flexibility and cost savings while also delivering greater innovation as well as new capabilities for 5G networks,” said Masaki Taniguchi, senior VP and head of the Mobile System Business Unit at Fujitsu. “Together, Xilinx’s UltraScale+ portfolio of solutions with Fujitsu’s leading radio platforms deliver a solid foundation for enabling the great benefits of O-RAN that are central to 5G deployments. We look forward to continuing our collaborative efforts with Xilinx to integrate its RFSoC family into our next-generation solutions.”
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