caesarea, israel (PRWEB) February 06, 2015
Svroflex is involved with developing advanced chips that provide a response to Big Data challenges. We develop components capable of handling data transfers at rates of 25GB per channel, and in coded data transmission to existing wireless devices.
Another feature the Svroflex chips enables is the use of MINO – Multiple Input Multiple Output, meaning, an improvement in the absorption of radio waves by a number of antennas. When radio waves are reflected off walls, doors and other objects, usually reception on the antenna causes a wave destruction (multi-channel occurrence), which eliminates some of the signal. Through the use of MIMO and "relocation" the data current can be divided into various spatial currents and absorb a number of antennas to enable unharmed data transfer.
Svroflex's innovative technology will pave the way for higher levels of components' integration in computerized systems and consumer-electronics applications. By doing so, it will be possible for example to closely integrate between the main processor, the memory and the communication chips just to create a "building block" made of silicone, which will run at an infinitely higher speed than the fastest processors that are currently available.
Svroflex technological developments takes strides into the application and commercially based world of development and help industry meet the growing demand for silicone chips' performances and computer power as a whole.
Svroflex networks that provide data transfer enable a much faster transfer than what we what is available today. Staffers will be able to make a very fast connection from anywhere in the organization to emails, internet and the company's large data files.
Svorflex develops chips UWB technology capable of upgrading products in the digital home by providing a coverage of the short-range communication systems for rescue and disaster areas and for industrial multimedia integrated supervision. UWB provides broadband communication at a low level of transmission, causing the very high communication rate transmission to exist at the shortest possible range and move up to dozens of meters. Due to the low transmission rate, the UWB works in tandem with any other wireless device that operates in the environment without causing disruptions. For example, a Wi-Fi supporting device will interpret the weak signal as "noise" and filter it out. UWB uses the low transmission capacities, which according to FCC American standards is suitable to a human environment.