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2006-03-15 TI VoIP SoC delivers advanced data routing features
Texas Instruments announced its latest Voice over Internet Protocol SoC that provides advanced VoIP and data routing features for the rapidly growing VoIP market.
2004-11-12 TI to provide ARRIS with cable modem solutions
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) will supply voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) silicon and software for ARRIS DOCSIS and Euro-DOCSIS based voice-enabled cable modems.
2005-03-10 TI to license Telchemy VoIP technology
Texas Instruments Inc. has announced it would license VQmon/EP-DS technology from Telchemy for its voice-over-IP (VoIP) chipsets, enabling service providers and enterprises to monitor, diagnose and troubleshoot complex problems in real-time for higher quality services.
2002-04-18 TI pays $26.8M for Ditech's echo-cancellation unit
Texas Instruments Inc. has acquired the Telinnovation echo-cancellation software unit of Ditech Communications Corp. for $26.8 million, and plans to combine it with its own voice-optimized DSPs and Telogy voice-over-packet software line.
2005-08-31 TI helps push VoIP growth
Texas Instruments unveiled its advanced voice-over-cable chipset and new Wideband DOCSIS reference design, which promises to help drive the continued global growth of VoIP
2005-04-26 Test suite checks VoIP-over-WLANs
VeriWave's VoIP-over-WLAN Analysis Test Suite assesses voice-quality metrics of realworld VoIP over WLAN networks.
2004-12-15 Survey: WLAN becoming more pervasive in enterprises
Wireless LANs will become more pervasive in enterprises, according to a survey released by In-Stat/MDR.
2005-10-27 Survey says VoIP has arrived
U.S. companies expect to save 40 percent on telecommunications costs by using voice over IP, and 100 percent of IT managers said they expect to implement VoIP within a year, according results of a survey conducted by Impulse Research Corp.
2005-05-13 ST, Octasic deliver VoP telecom ICs
STMicroelectronics and Octasic Inc. have signed an agreement to deliver a family of Voice-over-Packet (VoP) telecom ICs.
2006-02-08 Solution handles network call quality
Global IP Sound has launched the GIPS border interface engine, which handles quality degradation that occurs when calling between networks.
2005-02-08 Silicon Lab ProSLIC adopted by TCL for VoIP products
Silicon Laboratories Inc. announced that TCL Communication Equipment Co. Ltd, a consumer electronics manufacturer, has adopted Silicon Laboratories' Si3210 ProSLIC solution for its new voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) gateway products.
2002-12-02 See the future of broadband voice network test
Though useful as a baseline, Telcordia's GR-909 mechanized loop test needs to be modified for the demands of broadband networks.
2002-05-22 SBS CPCI card transmits voice, data over ATM
The VoABlade 6U CompactPCI interface card from SBS Technologies Inc. is capable of sending and receiving 2,048 simultaneous voice and data virtual circuits over a single fiber-optic connection at speeds up to 155Mbps.
2005-06-08 Run VoIP through your wireless LAN (cont)
Before you run VoIP through WLAN, consider 802.11 MAC protocol issues where they intersect with VoIP protocols and handset power-save procedures
2005-06-08 Run VoIP through your wireless LAN (cont)
Before you run VoIP through WLAN, consider 802.11 MAC protocol issues where they intersect with VoIP protocols and handset power-save procedures
2005-06-08 Run VoIP through your wireless LAN
Before you run VoIP through WLAN, consider 802.11 MAC protocol issues where they intersect with VoIP protocols and handset power-save procedures
2005-05-09 Report says VoIP is killing traditional telephony
The rapid adoption of Voice over IP (VoIP) is killing off traditional telephony, with 50 percent of small- to mid-sized enterprises expected to rely on VoIP by 2008, according to a new study by Info-Tech Research.
2005-05-10 Qualcomm rolls 4G vocoder
Qualcomm announced its Fourth-Generation Vocoder (4GV), a core voice codec suite that offers cdma2000 1X and 1xEV-DO operators the flexibility to make network adjustments that prioritize voice quality and network capacity
2004-12-15 PTI to address VoIP sector in telecom industry
Performance Technologies expanded its product offering to address the VoIP communications platforms and applications sector of the telecom industry.
2005-05-23 Power backup for VoIP spans Ethernet-with-UPS solution
Stressing that UPS backup will ultimately become mandatory for voice-over-IP (VoIP) applications, MGE touts its system as the first comprehensive solution for the secured PoE infrastructure-providing PoE midspan, UPS, and supervisory functions for Enterprise IT networks, which include VoIP.
2006-01-12 PoE solutions for VoIP apps
Phihong USA, a power-over-Ethernet (PoE) solutions provider, is offering a range of PoE solutions, which is said to address the issues of cost and accessibility while detecting and protecting IEEE 802.3af PoE products.
2006-03-30 Platform integrates optical, VoIP tech
Centillium Communications Inc. announced its Optical Services Gateway platform, a solution integrating optical and VoIP technologies.
2005-12-23 Philips VoIP IC enables cheaper Internet calls
Philips' new VoIP-enabled baseband chips for cordless phones will allow consumers to use a cordless phone rather than a computer or wired phone to make cheaper international and domestic calls over the Internet.
2003-02-04 Optus adopts Lucent VoDSL technology
Lucent Technologies Inc. has announced that Optus of Australia has deployed Lucent's VoDSL technology to expand the reach of its broadband portfolio of services.
2002-12-13 Oki speech codec enables VoIP apps
Oki Semiconductor has announced the release of the ML7074 speech codec that is designed for use as an analog front-end for VoIP apps.
2004-05-21 Oki NT VoIP gateways suit toll-quality QoS
Oki NT has released two VoIP broadband media gateways - the BV7100 and the BV7060 series.
2003-04-16 Octasic VoP chip can scale from 128 to 672 channels
Startup Octasic Inc. has announced an echo-cancellation chip that can scale from 128 to 672 channels.
2004-04-16 Octasic echo cancellers aim at gateway
Octasic has released 32- and 64-channel versions of its echo cancellation chips.
2004-09-21 Nokia, NEC complete interoperability of IMS
Nokia and NEC Corp. have completed the first phase interoperability testing between the two companies' IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS).
2002-08-16 Netplane seeks funding, weighs spin-off options
Netplane Systems Inc. is looking for funding or a partnership with another company just one month after Mindspeed Technologies decided to divest the business in a cost-cutting measure.
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