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July 26, 2009

Mindspeed expands VoIP processor family

Can the new devices address needs of the FTTx equipment market?

By CBR Staff Writer

Mindspeed Technologies, a supplier of semiconductor products for network infrastructure applications, has added two new devices, M82351 and M82352, to its Comcerto 300 series of VoIP processors. The company said that these new devices provide a performance/cost ratio targeted at eight and 16 port fiber-based access (FTTx) equipment.

The company has claimed that the two new devices bring benefits of the Comcerto 300 family to lower-performance/lower-density applications at a lower cost, while retaining software, application programming interface (API) and footprint compatibility with the rest of the Comcerto 300 family. The M82351 targets eight ports of complex VoIP, while the M82352 targets 16 ports.

Kurt Michel, VoIP marketing director of multiservice access business unit at Mindspeed, said: We are very pleased to have a product family that clearly addresses the critical needs of the FTTx equipment market, at a time when that market is experiencing rapid growth.

“We also look forward to providing our Comcerto 300 customers (with) a continually evolving set of advanced capabilities and features that the platform was designed to support – including high-speed fax relay and wideband (high definition) voice.”

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The Comcerto 300 series, launched in January 2008, includes both devices and production-tested VoIP processing software. The company claimed that its total system reduces complexity and risk involved in new equipment development.

Comcerto 300 Series access processors reportedly integrate a complete media access gateway in a single device by combining signaling and control processing, packet processing and a set of interfaces and features. The company claimed that by enabling VoIP on a line card, the Comcerto 300 Series reduces system complexity and leverages the ethernet-based access equipment architectures that already support xDSL termination line cards. The family is also suited for Enterprise IP-PBX applications.

The Comcerto 300 Series M82351 and M82352 devices are reportedly available in two packaging options — RoHS/standard — for production volumes.

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