Fremont, CA, United States
Fremont, CA, United States

Ikanos Communications, Incorporated, is a provider of semiconductor and software products for use in homes. The company’s digital subscriber line, communications processors and other products are used in customer premises equipment from network equipment manufacturers and telecommunications service providers. Wikipedia.

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INTOWARE SOFTWARE Ltd and Ikanos | Date: 2014-09-11

Computer hardware and software used for the control of voice controlled information and communication devices; Computer operating software; Computer software and firmware for operating system programs; Computer software development tools; Computer software for communicating with users of hand-held computers; Computer software for wireless content delivery; Computer software for enterprise communications for communicating with remote workers; Computer software platforms for managing business processes and workflows; Downloadable computer software for managing business processes and workflows; Speech recognition software. Value-added reseller services, namely, distributorship services featuring computer software. Computer programming and software design; Computer software consultancy; Computer software development; Design and development of computer software; Design, installation, updating and maintenance of computer software; Developing of driver and operating system software; Technical support services, namely, troubleshooting of computer software problems; Updating and maintenance of computer software.


Patent
Ikanos and Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | Date: 2011-07-06

A method implemented in a multi-user communication system is described for performing far-end crosstalk (FEXT) cancellation for each victim user. The method comprises performing dynamic programming to allocate resources according to (N-1) normalized disturber coupling values and difference rate function values associated with N total users in the system involved in partial FEXT cancellation. In accordance with some embodiments, dynamic programming comprises selecting a tone and one or more disturbers to be cancelled for the tone.


Schelstraete S.,Ikanos
2010 IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing Workshop, SAM 2010 | Year: 2010

ITU-T recently published recommendation G.993.5 for frequency-domain crosstalk cancellation, to be used in conjunction with VDSL2. This standard assumes identical symbol rates for all systems. After a brief review of G.993.5, we discuss an extension of frequency-domain crosstalk cancellation to cover the different symbol rates specified for VDSL2. © 2010 IEEE.


A system for performing a single ended line test (SELT) of a selected subscriber line within a bundle of in-service subscriber lines each supporting frequency division multiplexed multi-tone modulated XDSL communications. The system comprises: a crosstalk cancellation module and a SELT module. The crosstalk cancellation module is coupled to the subscriber lines and configured to cancel crosstalk between the selected subscriber line under test and the in-service subscriber lines. The SELT module couples to the crosstalk cancellation module and is configured to coordinate SELT testing with the crosstalk cancellation module to cancel crosstalk between the selected subscriber line and the in-service subscriber lines during testing.


Trademark
Ikanos | Date: 2013-01-04

Communications software for connecting computer network, Computer graphics software, Computer hardware and software used for the control of voice controlled information and communication devices, Computer hardware and software, for use with medical patient monitoring equipment, for receiving, processing, transmitting and displaying data, Computer operating software, Computer software and firmware for operating system programs, Computer software development tools, Computer software for application and database integration, Computer software for creating searchable databases of information and data, Computer software for communicating with users of hand-held computers, Computer software for wireless content delivery, Computer software for controlling and managing patient medical information, Computer software to enhance the audio-visual capabilities of multimedia applications, namely, for the integration of text, audio, graphics, still images and moving pictures, Computer software to maintain and operate computer system, Electronic communications systems comprised of computer hardware and software for the transmission of data between two points. Computer hardware and software design, Computer programming and software design, Computer services, namely, integration of computer software into multiple systems and networks, Computer software consultancy, Computer software design for others, Computer software development, Computer software design, Computer software development and computer programming development for others, Computer software design and updating, Computer software installation and maintenance, Consulting services in the field of hosting computer software applications, Copying of computer software, Creating, maintaining, and modernizing computer software, Customizing computer software, Design and development of on-line computer software systems, Design and development of computer software, Design and writing of computer software, Design, development, installation and maintenance of computer software, Design, maintenance, development and updating of computer software, Developing and updating computer software, Installation, maintenance and repair of computer software, Maintenance of computer software, Periodic upgrading of computer software for others, Programming of computer software for others, Research, development, design and upgrading of computer software, Services for updating computer software, Technical support services, namely, troubleshooting of computer software problems, Updating and maintenance of computer software, Updating of computer software for others, Writing and updating computer software.


News Article | August 6, 2015
Site: www.techworld.com.au

Qualcomm has entered into an agreement to acquire Ikanos Communications in order to speed up its efforts to build home gateways with integrated support for G.fast, which promises to offer hundreds of megabit per second over copper. If all goes according to plan, Ikanos will become part of the company's Qualcomm Atheros subsidiary. Qualcomm seems keen on getting Ikanos, because it's paying US$2.75 per share, compared to the $1.75 Ikanos' shares were worth at the close of the market on Wednesday. Qualcomm's plan is to combine its own Wi-Fi, powerline, small cell, and Ethernet chipsets with Ikanos wired modem technology to create a more complete offering for home gateway products, it said. Fiber to the home remains the long-term vision for most operators, but they also see G.fast and their existing copper as good interim alternatives that lets them offer competitive speeds. Ikanos earlier this year announced that it had successfully demonstrated G.fast data rates in excess of 1G bps at a distance of 100 meters over existing hybrid fiber-copper networks in Japan and Korea. G.fast only works over short distances, up to 250 meters, so it can only used to connect subscribers to the nearest distribution point; the rest of the network must be fiber. Fiber can be deployed all the way to the basement of a building, and existing copper lines are then used for the final connection to the apartments, for example. In Europe, British Telecom, Telekom Austria and Swisscom are also testing G.fast. Telekom Austria and Swisscom expect to launch commercial services next year. BT, on the other hand, is a bit more cautious and has stated its first services will come next year or in 2017. G.fast technology isn't the only thing Qualcomm will get its hands on with the Ikanos acquisition. Part of the company's portfolio is also ADSL and VDSL technology as well as multi-mode gateway processor and accelerator technology for LTE and Ethernet, according to Qualcomm.


News Article | August 6, 2015
Site: www.zdnet.com

Qualcomm Atheros said it has acquired Ikanos Communications for $2.75 a share in a move to round out its technology for home and central office gateways. The acquisition of Ikanos gives Qualcomm access to A/VDSL2 and G.fast modem technology and chipsets. Ikanos' technology provides chipsets and acceleration tools for fiber, LTE, Ethernet and copper networks. Ikanos also has software that manages broadband connections and voice-over-IP services. For Qualcomm Atheros, the game is about offering connectivity tools and processors covering multiple protocols. Qualcomm Atheros is looking to be a central player in the Internet of things. The acquisition is expected to close before the end of 2015. For the six months ended June 28, Ikanos reported a net loss of $24.3 million on revenue of $21.2 million, down from $25.8 million for the same period a year ago.


News Article | August 7, 2015
Site: www.eweek.com

Ikanos will bring such technologies as G.fast and A/VDSL2 to Qualcomm's Atheros subsidiary to boost its home gateway and IoT efforts. Qualcomm is looking to grow its capabilities in the home gateway market and the Internet of things through its decision to buy Ikanos Communications for a reported $47 million. Qualcomm's Atheros subsidiary will acquire Ikanos in a move that will bring together its portfolio of home gateway products with Ikanos' broad array of technologies, such as A/VDSL2 and G.fast for modems and chipsets and multi-mode gateway processors and accelerators for fiber, LTE, Ethernet and hybrid-copper uses, according to officials. Ikanos' board of directors has approved the deal, which is expected to close by the end of the year. The home gateway space is an important one for Qualcomm Atheros, according to Rahul Patel, senior vice president and general manager, connectivity at Qualcomm. It not only means Internet access to consumers, but also access to a range of services. "The combination of Qualcomm Atheros' broad home gateway IP portfolio, including WiFi, powerline, small cell, and Ethernet switch technologies, and Ikanos' advanced wired modem technology is designed to create a complete solution for a wide range of home gateway products to better serve the carrier segment," Patel said in a statement.Telecommunications carriers are looking for faster ways to bring services into the home, with much attention being given to fiber. However, G.fast is a broadband standard that is being embraced by telecommunications companies to bring gigabit speeds to broadband networks over copper telephone wires, which enables service providers to bring high-speed broadband services to businesses and homes more economically than fiber. Fiber is still the goal of many service providers, but technologies like G.fast let them get more from copper in the meantime. Having Ikanos in the fold will give Qualcomm Atheros a broader portfolio of technologies for ultra-broadband, including G.fast for not only consumer premises equipment (CPE) but also central office (CO) infrastructure. In addition, the company comes with Ikanos insight, software for remote diagnosis, management and optimization of broadband connections, and quality of service, officials said.


News Article | August 6, 2015
Site: www.socaltech.com

San Diego-based Qualcomm announced this morning that it is buying xDSL networking technology provider Ikanos, in a deal worth approximately $47.0M. Qualcomm said it would pay $2.75 per share in cash for Ikanos, which trades on the NASDAQ as IKAN. Ikanos had closed yesterday at $1.75 per share. Qualcomm made the acquisition via its subsidiary, Qualcomm Atheros. Qualcomm said the acquisition will add high performance broadband access and modem technologies to its products. Ikanos is based in Fremont, California.

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