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China OEM taps TranSwitch processors for WiMAX terminals

Posted: 25 May 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:WiMAX? processor? VoIP?

TranSwitch Corp. has scored pre-production orders from a China telecom OEM for its Atlanta 80 processor for use in its WiMAX VoIP terminal equipment. The first widespread deployments of the Atlanta-based WiMAX fixed wireless terminals will be in Asia and Europe where rollouts are expected to begin during Q3. Deployments follow several months of rigorous field testing of equipment under varying network conditions to ensure interoperability, quality and performance.

"We are delighted to have been selected by our major customer as the vendor of choice for their WiMAX VoIP terminal deployments. The fast growing VoIP market presents strategic growth opportunities for TranSwitch," said M. Ali Khatibzadeh, president and CEO of TranSwitch.

TranSwitch's Atlanta 80 is well positioned for network deployments worldwide. Last year, Korea's fastest growing broadband operator, SK Broadband, deployed over a million DECT VoIP terminals based on the Atlanta processor. Other service providers are also conducting trials of Atlanta 80 based equipment for their networks.

"Atlanta's dedicated and optimized VoIP DSP-based technology enables WiMAX terminals to provide consistently high voice quality even under high internet data traffic conditions," said Kris Shankar, VP of sales and marketing at TranSwitch. "With an integrated DSP optimized for VoIP, the Atlanta 80 product can simultaneously support 100Mbit/s wire-speed routing with Network Address Translation, security, Wi-Fi, T38 Fax and up to eight voice channels while maintaining excellent voice quality. We are uniquely architected to deliver all these features with little to no impact on overall performance."

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