Infineon enhances broadband CPE software suite - Embedded.com

Infineon enhances broadband CPE software suite

Munich, Germany—Infineon 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.

Infineon Technologies, +1-866-951-9519, www.infineon.com

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