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MENAFN Press - 07/11/2012

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(MENAFN Press) SAN JOSE, Calif - Tuesday, November 6th 2012

EnVerv announced today general availability of its single chip EV8000 Power-Line Communication (PLC) modem System on Chip (SoC) targeted at data communication applications at the core of utility Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) networks enabling reliable and extended coverage for mission critical applications such as Smart Meters, Data Concentrators, Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS), In-Home Display (IHD), etc.

"We are pleased to announce production availability of our EV8000 PLC modem to our worldwide customers," said Shahin Hedayat, Chairman and CEO of EnVerv, adding, "Our standards compliant modem chip allows us to further expand EnVerv's global footprint with customers deploying G3-PLC, PRIME and 4GPLC„ technologies. Furthermore, our state of the art algorithms set a new benchmark for connectivity performance in the industry."

With its high performance soft-modem architecture, EV8000 comprises the following features:

Standards compliant (G3-PLC, PRIME, ITU G.9955, IEEE1901.2)
Advanced high-performance 4GPLC„
Integrated Line Driver, Physical Layer (PHY), MAC Layer and Convergence Layers (6LoWPAN and IEC 4-32)
9KHz-500KHz programmable operation frequency band compliant to FCC, CENELEC and ARIB mask requirements
Internal host processor for customer applications with dedicated Flash and RAM memory

"The soft-modem architecture of EV8000 allows for performance and flexibility in adapting to new requirements and interoperating with existing implementations," said Afshin Shaybani, VP of Advanced Technology of EnVerv, adding, "We have achieved interoperability with other PLC vendors and will officially certify the EV8000 at various standard bodies and alliances as their Interoperability Testing (IOT) procedures are published. Further, over the past year we successfully demonstrated unparalleled performance in connectivity as part of the field tests and trials with our strategic partners and early customers globally."


About EnVerv Inc.
EnVerv is a fabless semiconductor company in the United States with headquarters in San Jose, California and offices in San Diego, Tokyo, Shenzhen and Moscow. EnVerv's PLC SoC solutions enable high performance communications via Low-Voltage (LV) and Medium-Voltage (MV) power lines with the goal of providing efficient and effective communications means for Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) as well as other power line-based smart control and monitoring applications. SoC features include: Multimode PLC modem (G3-PLC, PRIME and 4GPLC„) and worldwide frequency band support from 9KHz to 500KHz. For more information please visit www.enverv.com.

 






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