Dallas, Texas — Texas Instruments (TI) has announced the newest members of its Voice over IP (VoIP) gateway silicon and software solutions. The new solutions are powered by TI'sTMS320C64x+ digital signal processor (DSP) and aim to increase performance for VoIP and video encode, decode and transcode applications.
The TNETV2664, TNETV2666, TNETV2686 and TNETV2689 devices support an Ethernet interface and full IP encapsulation, allowing the DSPs to put voice media directly on the network. This integration enables manufacturers to choose a smaller, more cost-effective host processor, thereby simplifying hardware design and reducing costs. TI's gateway solutions also include pin compatible options with different channel densities, giving equipment manufacturers the ability to design a common hardware architecture that can scale across a range of product configurations and applications.
For more information, go to: www.ti.com/voip.
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