Cores provide flexible VoIP solutions
MIPS Technologies has combined with D2 Technologies, HelloSoft, Radvision and Trinity Convergence to announce a low-cost solution for multichannel VoIP applications.
MIPS Technologies has combined with D2 Technologies, HelloSoft, Radvision and Trinity Convergence to announce a low-cost solution for multichannel VoIP applications, including VoIP residential gateways, IP phones, VoWLAN (voice over wireless LAN) phones and terminal adapters.
VoIP solutions enabled by MIPS Technologies, D2 Technologies, HelloSoft, Radvision, Trinity Convergence and other leading developers of communications software, offer semiconductor companies the highest performance available in a 32bit synthesisable processor core, giving them the flexibility to lower costs by implementing advanced VoIP capabilities on a single processor.
VoIP residential gateways, terminal adapters and IP phones traditionally use two processors - a host CPU to run the operating system and protocols, and a dedicated VoIP DSP for the codecs and other components - requiring separate development teams, using different toolsets.
Cost and time-to-market pressures demand more productive, single-CPU, solutions.
A MIPS32 24Kc core, for example, offers semiconductor companies more than enough performance to eliminate the DSP and subsume VoIP functionality into the host CPU, including four or more voice channels, while providing additional headroom for new features and services.
These third-party developer partners support MIPS-Based VoIP solutions with a variety of voice-related modules: speech codecs, including: