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TI VoIP SoC delivers advanced data routing features

Posted: 15 Mar 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Texas Instruments? Voice over Internet Protocol? VoIP? SoC? TNETV1061?


Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) announced its latest Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) SoC, the TNETV1061, that provides advanced VoIP and data routing features for the rapidly growing VoIP market.

According to the company, the DSP-based solution is ideal for residential applications where voice quality, scalability, low cost and reliability are essential for service provider deployments. Manufacturers will benefit from an optimized solution that significantly reduces BoM, while providing a significant improvement in performance and a full suite of advanced VoIP call features, added TI.

The new residential VoIP solution integrates the company's Telogy Software for high-quality VoIP with the strength of TI DSPs for real-time signal processing. The software and silicon solution is anchored by the TNETV1061's dual processor architecture, suitable for simultaneous real-time voice processing and data traffic under heavy load conditions.

To aid manufacturers in bringing products to market quickly, the TNETV1061 solution supports a complete suite of voice and network protocols, call features and XML-based configuration and remote management. This device provides consumers with advanced security features such as Secure RTP and SIP TLS while maintaining the voice channel densities required for residential products. It incorporates TI's PIQUA embedded IP quality management technology, offering real-time monitoring of IP services. PIQUA technology also allows service providers to proactively assess voice quality parameters and dynamically adapt to changing network conditions to enhance the subscriber experience.

"As service providers rapidly expand their residential VoIP offerings, the TNETV1061 provides the additional processing power for emerging voice and data routing requirements while meeting the ever-present economical price pressures in retail and customer premise solutions," said Fred Zimmerman, executive director, customer premises solutions, TI.

The TNETV1061 solution seamlessly interfaces to TI's TNETW1350A 802.11b/g chip, and pre-integrates the access point software to support WLAN-enabled VoIP products. By including TI's G++ technology, consumers will benefit from twice the range and 50 percent greater throughput over previous WLAN solutions, while minimizing interference from products in the home such as microwaves, cordless phones and neighboring wireless networks, said the press release.

The TNETV1061 will be available in volume production in 2Q 2006.

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