Arctic’s Innovative Low-Power 5G Transceiver Solutions Expedite 5G Small Cells, Private Networks, and RAN Infrastructure Deployments with Deep Integration and Unprecedented Power Efficiency
Arctic Semiconductor today announced it has rebranded from SiTune Corporation to Arctic Semiconductor, to emphasize its focus on 5G RF products. The company has started shipping its first 5G silicon chipset, IceWings, in mass production.
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Pat Hindle, Media Director at Microwave Journal, talks with Marzieh Veyseh, Co-Founder & CTO of SiTune, and Vahid Toosi, Founder & CEO about SiTune’s beginnings, unique technology and a new company name, Arctic Semiconductor.
US-based RF vendor SiTune rebranded as Arctic Semiconductor and commenced shipments of its first 5G chipset, part of a move to disrupt the low-power silicon market. Marzieh Veyseh told Mobile World Live (MWL) the company’s IceWings universal chipset is an integrated RF transceiver designed for wireless networks.
After executing a rebranding from its former name, SiTune, Arctic Semiconductor is now shipping its first 5G silicon chipset, IceWings, in mass production. The IceWings RF chipset delivers excellent signal quality and low power consumption to equipment manufacturers.
Putting its own spin on 5G products, Arctic Semiconductor (formerly SiTune Corporation) has shipped its first 5G RF chipset named IceWings. As 5G and its applications become more mainstream, programmable and dynamic RF circuits are paramount to addressing the myriad of uses for 5G.