Munich, GermanyInfineon Technologies has added new features to its Spinacer software suite for broadband CPE (customer premises equipment ), home gateway and VoIP (voice-over-Internet protocol ) devices.
The latest features include IMS Device Framework (IP Multimedia Subsystem ) for FMC (fixed mobile convergence ) developed by Comneon, a wholly owned subsidiary of Infineon, and TR-69 auto-provisioning. They are offered as an extension to the widely deployed Spinacer software.
IMS is an IP-based service platform that enables simple upgrades for new services. TR-69 is a DSL Forum specification for a standardized remote management and auto-provisioning protocol for broadband CPE.
In addition to the Spinacer features, Infineon has introduced HD (high-definition ) sound telephony in its VoIP semiconductors.
The Spinacer software suite is tailored for a wide range of broadband CPE applications based on Infineon semiconductors. The suite includes five system packages for ADSL2+ Gateway, ADSL2+ Router, VoIP-Router/ATA, WLAN-Router and IP-Phone applications.
Spinacer is based on Infineon's embedded Linux distribution, with easy-to-combine building blocks that provide system designers the flexibility to choose required software functions.
For a Spinacer product brief and overview, click here.
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