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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

168 Plus(TM) packet echo canceller, which has the unique ability to handle round-trip delays of up to 512 milliseconds coupled with a built-in awareness and handling of packet-loss, makes the VoIP suite unparalleled in quality.

The availability of these integration-ready VoIP chips brings together a winning combination of TI's high performance silicon and Adaptive Digital's field proven high quality software. The VoIP chips are based upon Adaptive Digital's proven voice quality software running on TI's high performance C6424, TMS320C6452, and C6455 devices.

Customization is often very important to equipment manufacturers who wish to differentiate their products by incorporating features that are not available in competing products. Should modifications be necessary for your project, Adaptive Digital can customize a solution to fit your specific requirements. Additionally, for those who prefer in-house product development, source code is available, encouraged, and supported. While other VoIP chip manufacturers do not allow customers to access source code for the purpose of customization, Adaptive Digital recognizes that one size does not fit all. By providing the source code option, Adaptive Digital empowers the manufacturer to customize, innovate and excel in the marketplace.

About Adaptive Digital Technologies, Inc.

Adaptive Digital (www.adaptivedigital.com) develops/licenses highly optimized DSP Algorithms/Solutions for telephony, audio, and video applications. Adaptive Digital's products include network, line, and acoustic echo cancellation, high-density conferencing, speech compression, telephony, and voice quality algorithms. Recognized internationally for its quality software, Adaptive Digital's customers include British Telecom, General Dynamics, Global Crossing, Motorola, Sonus, and Texas Instruments. Adaptive Digital is a member of th
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