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High Performance, Low-Cost VoIP Chips Address Critical Performance Issues Such as Echo, Latency, and Packet Loss
Date:2/4/2009

Adaptive Digital Technologies announces the availability of its complete suite of application-specific VoIP chips for Texas Instruments TMS320C64x+(TM) high performance DSPs

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa., Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Adaptive Digital Technologies (Adaptive Digital), a leading provider of telecom and Voice over IP (VoIP) digital signal processing (DSP) software solutions and voice quality enhancing algorithms, today announced the availability of its complete suite of application-specific VoIP chips. These chips combine Adaptive Digital's field-proven DSP software with Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) high performance fixed-point TMS320C64x+(TM) DSPs.

The feature rich VoIP chips include all of the telephony, signaling, tone and voice processing (codecs) necessary to each VoIP application, enabling equipment manufacturers to develop products quickly and cost-effectively.

Targeted VoIP applications include:

  • IP Gateway/PBX
  • Echo Cancellation (EC)/Packet EC
  • GSM/ITU - Wireless Voice Transcoding
  • High-Density Conferencing

Each application is hosted on select TI DSPs ranging from the very low cost TMS320C6424 to cover the lower density voice applications to the high performance TMS320C6455 to cover the higher density voice applications.

OEMs and ODMs who develop sophisticated voice-centric applications find our solutions easy to integrate and well optimized for their requirements. Many manufacturers have developed and deployed their products within a short time frame, allowing these manufacturers to attain a competitive advantage.

Adaptive Digital's VoIP chips address critical performance issues such as echo, latency, and packet loss, greatly reducing the impact of these impairments. The inclusion of Adaptive Digital's AT&T certified "carrier grade" G.
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