with Intel® vRANDedicated acceleratorACC100 eASICchip, for5G Open RANand5GPrivate network application providedFECaccelerate.
- Equipped with ADLINK MECS series platform, pre-verified to ensure system performance and stability of 5G acceleration solution.
- It has been adopted by many major telecom companies, passed strict pre-deployment tests, and applied to formal projects to quickly enter the market.
- Provides a higher performance and cost-effective FEC accelerator card solution than FPGA.
The world’s leading edge computing solution provider— ADLINK launches 5G Forward Error Correction (FEC) accelerator card PCIe-ACC100, developed based on Intel® Virtual Radio Access Network (vRAN) dedicated accelerator ACC100 eASIC chip, suitable for 5G networks that emphasize high throughput and low latency Applications that support functions including Turbo coding and Low-density parity-check (LDPC). PCIe-ACC100 is designed without PCIe card auxiliary power supply, and supports -5°C to +55°C operating temperature, which complies with the Network Equipment Building System (NEBS) specification.
In 5G applications, the most computationally intensive workload is FEC processing at the physical layer (L1) of the RAN network architecture. Its main function is to correct information errors caused by noise or interference during the transmission of communication signals, helping to improve network efficiency and reduce network costs. At the same time, FEC is also a general function that can be used in different software vRAN vendors. In addition, FEC acceleration processing does not include battery status information, which can be easily virtualized, providing the advantages of resource sharing and simplified base station migration.
PCIe-ACC100 is a PCIe interface accelerator card developed by ADLINK based on Intel® vRAN dedicated accelerator ACC100 eASIC chip. Support 4G and 5G codec acceleration, checksum rate matching, onboard 4G ECC memory, support HARQ hybrid automatic repeat request technology. The PCIe size of HHHL (Half-Height Half-Length) can meet the needs of most application scenarios.
Ye Jianliang, Director of ADLINK’s Network and Communication Business Center, said: “Compared with the traditional FPGA acceleration solution, the PCIe-ACC100 using ACC100 can meet the requirements of high throughput of 4G and 5G encoding and decoding, and the power consumption and cost will be greatly reduced. Reduce and reduce the CAPEX and OPEX of customers and end users. Support Intel FlexRAN, fully compatible with Intel FPGA FlexRAN interface, easy development and software migration, and compatible with ADLINK’s full range of MECS platforms and x86 architecture servers on the market.”
ADLINK is committed to providing 5G DU and 5G MEP (5G MEC Platform) platforms, and actively participates in the 5G ecosystem, joins the ODCC Association to participate in specification discussions and contributes, and utilizes OTII’s cell resources and reference designs to develop next-generation network solutions solution, providing infrastructure popularization for rapid revenue realization for 5G edge deployment, and a key role in enterprise digital transformation; ADLINK is also committed to accelerating the innovation and practice of open architecture, and has jointly developed solutions with industry partners and customers. , launched a series of pilot programs in the fields of manufacturing, mining, and connected vehicle infrastructure, and will continue to cooperate with partners to provide 5G Open RAN (5G Open RAN) and private network solutions.