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TI selects MIPS processor for low-power IP phone solution

Posted: 08 Nov 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:MIPS Technologies? Texas Instuments? TI? IP phone solution? VoIP?

Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has licensed the MIPS32 24Kc processor core from MIPS Technologies Inc. for its newest generation of Gigabit Ethernet IP Phone SoC.

TI's TNETV1051/1052/1053 devices are dual-core communications processors based on a 300MHz MIPS32 24Kc core and TI's 150MHz C55x DSP, and are optimized with a comprehensive suite of IP phone applications software. TI's integration of the MIPS32 24Kc core onto the platform helps reduce the cost, development time, power consumption and complexity of IP phone solutions and accelerate manufacturers' time-to-market, MIPS said.

"As the market for enterprise VoIP continues to grow and consumers demand more robust features on IP-based phones, we are pleased that the functionality of the 24Kc core meets our requirements to deliver superior VoIP solutions to our global customers," said Fred Zimmerman, executive director, VoIP customer premises solutions, TI.

"TI's reputation for developing best-in-class silicon solutions for IP telephony is highly regarded throughout the industry," said Brad Holtzinger, vice president of worldwide sales at MIPS. "As market leaders in VoIP, we're delighted that our combined expertise delivers tangible cost savings, increased performance and enhanced features for OEMs and ODMs worldwide."

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