Monday, June 11, 2007

TI Expand VoIP Silicon Portfolio

Texas Instruments has expanded its IP phone platform with a new chip aimed at low-cost IP phones for enterprises, small and medium business (SMB), and residential markets.

The TNETV2502 offers manufacturers a turnkey system for developing cost effective IP phones with up to a 50% reduction in the bill of materials (BOM). It incorporates TI's TMS320C55x DSP generation and a software license from Adaptive Digital for the IP phone software package.

Separately, TI announced that Grandstream Networks, a manufacturer of next-generation IP voice and video products, has selected its new advanced acoustic echo cancellation (AEC) software to improve the speakerphone quality for its GXP2020, GXP2000, and BT200 IP phones, all of which are based on TI's TMS320C5000 digital signal processor (DSP) platform. A speakerphone enhancement firmware release based on the TI's new advanced AEC software will be available at the end of this month.

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