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2005-07-07 Atmel, SENAO offer Wi-Fi phones based on VoIP chips
Atmel Corp. and Taiwan-based SENAO Int. Co. Ltd, a wireless communications systems manufacturer, have announced a new family of Wi-Fi phone products based on Atmel's AT76C901 and AT76C902 wireless VoIP chips.
2007-01-19 In-Stat positive on VoIP IC market outlook
From $613.7 million this year, revenues associated with VoIP ICs will reach $2.63 billion by 2010, according to In-Stat
2005-01-03 Asia ups ante on wireless functionality
Functionality and convergence are painting Asia's wireless landscape a shade brighter this year as more consumers in the region go mobile
2003-05-05 Agere VoIP chips come with single, double Ethernet ports
Agere Systems has announced two new integrated VoIP phone chips that offer both dual (T8300) and single (T8303) Ethernet ports
2009-02-16 Wireless eyes digital photo frames
The latest mobile phones won't be the only attraction for cellular carriers at the Mobile World Congress.
2008-06-30 Will wireless STBs take off
Wireless is set to invade cable TV STB. But which wireless and when is still not clear
2007-10-24 Proprietary wireless hi-fi tech beats Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Through pairing wireless and hi-fi audio, startup Avnera touts chipsets for wireless audio connections in the 2.4GHz band that outperform data-oriented wireless connections in range, freedom from interference, automatic network configuration and full CD-quality sound
2006-05-01 Processors pack VoIP bells, whistles
The VoIP products shown at the recent Voice Over Networks Conference owe their existence to the ingenuity of chip designers and algorithm developers
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
2005-03-25 Mobile WLAN chips debut
Texas Instruments announced what it calls the first single-chip 802.11a/b/g offering in a 90nm CMOS process.
2002-06-26 Mapletree VoIP chipset increases port densities
A two-chip solution for higher port densities in media gateway applications is available from Mapletree Networks.
2002-06-29 IT show sees Asia leading in wireless Internet growth
The new communication paradigm emerging with convergence of Internet power with wireless freedom was the dominant theme at CommunicAsia2002
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2008-01-10 Dual-band .11n chips open network freeway for multimedia
Broadcom has announced that its dual-band 802.11n technology is enabling new Wi-Fi products to offer multimedia capabilities that other solutions can only promise: simultaneous voice, video and data applications.
2007-01-09 Draft-n router claims 300Mbps wireless speed
The Netgear WNR854T access point provides backward compatibility with 802.11b/g, but draft-n capability lets it deliver wireless connections at up to a raw claimed 300Mbps
2009-03-04 Chips link analog phones to ADSL
The XWAY ARX188 and XWAY ARX182 expand Infineon's product spectrum of single-chip gateways that connect the user's PC and other devices to an ADSL line.
2007-12-20 802.11n chips rolls for carrier market
Atheros unveiled the latest additions to its XSPAN family that deliver IEEE 802.11n performance for triple-play home gateway products and offer attractive points for the market that is dominated by telecom carriers.
2006-03-20 VoIP chips target consumer apps
Broadcom announced two new VoIP devices for consumer applications at the Spring 2006 VON Conference and Expo
2008-07-01 WiMAX Wave 2 tests commence
Even as WiMAX technology begins riding its first wave of deployment, second-generation equipment design is entering the water. WiMAX developers are targeting what they call Wave 2 development, which aims to increase security and performance in fixed and mobile applications.
2003-08-28 Wi-Fi prices dropping, but hype could undermine service
Prices for 802.11 chips and gear are dropping rapidly as the number of public WLAN hotspots are rising, but the technology has yet to gain critical mass either for consumers or carriers, according to executives at the annual Telecosm conference
2002-08-01 UTStarcom to utilize Agere switching ICs
UTStarcom Inc. has selected Agere System's T8110 switching chip for its telecom equipment applications.
2003-07-01 Net processors address multiservice switch demands
Network processors provide a programmable solution for the forwarding plane, enabling more flexible and scalable implementations.
2006-12-01 Low-cost IC drives PoE devices
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. is rolling out its first chip for end devices that draw their power from an Ethernet line.
2007-09-03 DSP silicon takes many forms
There are a number of other chips based on DSP technology that people don't call DSP chips
2004-08-20 Cavium buys Brecis secure processor line
Cavium Networks will look to push its security expertise into the lower-end broadband and wireless gateway space after picking up a secure communication processor line from Brecis Communications in a deal announced on August 16, 2004
2004-12-17 AT&T, Intel explore WiMAX together
As the Federal Communications Commission prepares to hammer another nail in the coffin of AT&T's efforts to compete in local-landline telephony markets, the long-distance company has begun to reveal the fruits of its R&D deal with Intel.
2004-01-01 Asia's broadband business booms
The broadband net segment is not just for China alone to conquer. A fair share of the market can also be equally attributed to Taiwan and Korea.
2006-02-01 Architectures for mobile RF convergence
As communication convergence picks up the pace, the issue of partitioning RF and modem functionalities becomes less clear-cut.
2007-03-21 TI DSPs deliver 4800MMACs for telecom apps
TI announced it is sampling two new DSPs capable of 4800MMAC peak performance at 600MHz for telecom enterprise gateway and IP-PBX products.
2004-02-16 Increasing DSP performance breeds new, unexpected applications
Each time a new DSP chip rises to a higher level of performance, the industry can look forward to groundbreaking applications that will be created.
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