Sunday, June 12, 2005

Centillium Offers Integrated VoIP/ADLS Chip

Centillium Communications has expanded its Palladia 400 family of chipsets to include an integrated VoIP solution for the ADSL market. The Palladia 400-2P includes two voice channels and is created for home gateway applications, while the Palladia 400-4P with four channels of voice is optimized for high-end enterprises. Centillium's field-tested architecture combines an ADSL2/2+/2++ modem, a high-performance 200MHz network processor, a 200MHz dedicated voice DSP, two RMII and a USB port plus a PCI interface which supports all of the new wireless technologies -- including 802.11g and 802.11n -- in one complete, cost-effective package. The Palladia 400 series delivers up to 50 Mbps downstream and 5.5 Mbps upstream.

In addition, the Palladia 400's network processor seamlessly executes various routing and security protocol stacks while the DSP controls voice compression, VAD, CNG, DTMF generation and extra voice processing activities. The architecture is maximized for a variety of ADSL2/2+/2++ CPE and CO applications, including integrated access devices, set-top boxes and media gateways for the delivery of value-added content services


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