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Octasic

  • Wireless DSP devices for base-station PHY and MAC
  • Octasic develops power-efficient DSP solutions
  • Octasic offers cards for video transcoding systems
  • Octasic announces software defined radio platform
  • Octasic's SDR group designs soft baseband systems

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Wireless DSP devices for base-station PHY and MAC

Octasic, a provider media processing and wireless solutions, has introduced a range of multi-core DSP devices for base-station PHY and MAC.

News from Electronicstalk, 23 June 2010

Octasic develops power-efficient DSP solutions

Octasic has developed a power-efficient range of DSP solutions for media gateways, high-definition (HD) video and wireless systems.

News from Electronicstalk, 23 June 2010

Octasic offers cards for video transcoding systems

Octasic's TXP1000 cards enable network service providers and internet equipment manufacturers to rapidly develop and deploy efficient, high-channel-density video transcoding systems.

News from Electronicstalk, 6 May 2010

Octasic announces software defined radio platform

Octasic has announced its first software defined radio (SDR) platform for GSM, EDGE and EDGE Evolution base transceiver station (BTS) applications.

News from Electronicstalk, 23 February 2009

Octasic's SDR group designs soft baseband systems

Octasic has formed a Software Defined Radio (SDR) development group to provide wireless solutions based on its Opus DSP technology.

News from Electronicstalk, 14 January 2009

DSP cuts online video costs

Vocallo can transcode large numbers of video streams, while maintaining video quality on error-prone and bandwidth-constrained wireless networks.

News from Electronicstalk, 17 June 2008

DSP platform offers expansion options

Vocallo is based on Opus, Octasic's DSP core architecture, which offers the highest performance-to-power ratio in the industry with a traditional programming model.

News from Electronicstalk, 17 October 2007

Architecture transforms DSP design

The Opus architecture solves the most pressing issue of the DSP industry, power consumption.

News from Electronicstalk, 17 October 2007

Soft option for line echo cancellation

SoftEcho is a simple to integrate line echo cancellation application for Asterisk systems.

News from Electronicstalk, 5 April 2007

Software echo canceller is easy to integrate

SoftEcho is a simple to integrate line echo cancellation (LEC) module for Asterisk based IP PBX applications, up to eight channels.

News from Electronicstalk, 29 January 2007

Subsidiary to focus VoIP software efforts

Octasic has created a new subsidiary, OctWare, to provide software solutions for VoIP end-user communication equipment.

News from Electronicstalk, 23 January 2007

Marketing programme supports board makers

Comarketing programme is designed to help customers leverage world-renowned excellence in echo cancellation and voice quality enhancement to promote their own products.

News from Electronicstalk, 24 November 2006

Modules unite signalling and voice processing

Octasic has added Megaco and SIP stacks from Radvision to its OCT9320 and OCT9360 Series of PTMC media gateway modules.

News from Electronicstalk, 23 October 2006

Octasic joins ARM's community

Octasic has become a member in the ARM Connected Community, the industry's largest ecosystem of ARM technology-based products and services.

News from Electronicstalk, 9 October 2006

Echo cancellation software runs on ARM

Echo cancellation software for end-user devices runs on ARM926EJ-S processor.

News from Electronicstalk, 9 October 2006

Voice quality processor adds a touch of colour

Phone calls just got a lot more colourful with Octasic's OCT6100 background music solution.

News from Electronicstalk, 18 January 2006

Echo cancellation is more economical

New lower-power and lower-cost echo cancellation devices enable higher density and the highest voice quality for customers designing down to four channels.

News from Electronicstalk, 14 December 2005

Alliance focuses on VoIP development

Teledata Networks is working with Octasic for development of next generation network VoIP capabilities.

News from Electronicstalk, 11 October 2005

Sangoma signs for voice quality enhancement

Sangoma Technologies Corp has chosen Octasic technology for use in its high density E1/T1/J1 Advanced Flexible Telecommunications series solution supporting voice and data.

News from Electronicstalk, 30 May 2005

Alliance targets voice-over-packet ICs

STMicroelectronics and Octasic have signed an agreement to deliver a family of leading-edge voice-over-packet ICs.

News from Electronicstalk, 11 May 2005

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