INTERSIL DEVELOPS ADVANCED FOUR-PORT SOLUTION TO ADD VOICE CAPABILITIES TO BROADBAND NETWORKS.
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ISIL Intelligence Systems Integration Laboratory (Ft. Huachuca, Arizona; US Army facility for integrating intelligence systems) ) has announced collaboration with Texas Instruments (TI) to provide a POTS solution for voice-over-broadband (VoB) access.
This flexible and cost-effective voice-over-broadband four-port solution enables manufacturers and service providers to quickly deploy enhanced voice capabilities on existing broadband platforms.
The solution is based on Intersil's new ISL ISL - Interface Specification Language. Xerox PARC. Interface description language used by the ILU (Inter-Language Unification) system. Includes descriptions of multiple inheritance, exceptions and garbage collection.
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SLIC Session Layer Interface Card (Alacritech, Inc. ) IC. Two ISL5587 dual SLICs interface directly with TI's TP2450 programmable voice codec. The resulting complete voice interface is used in network interface devices, small and medium enterprise gateways, and customer premises devices such as home routers and gateways, DSL DSL
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"TI's DSP (1) (Digital Signal Processor) A special-purpose CPU used for digital signal processing applications (see definition #2 below). It provides ultra-fast instruction sequences, such as shift and add, and multiply and add, which are commonly used in math-intensive and broadband system expertise combined with our voice interface experience has yielded a complete and flexible solution that allows broadband providers to cost-effectively meet the needs of the growing VoB markets," said Mike Althar, vice president of Intersil's Analog Solutions Group. "The Intersil VoB-4 solution is designed to work with existing equipment, which eases the immediate costs of deploying voice over broadband systems and provides a migration path to next generation voice services. Service providers can rapidly expand their voice capabilities with these programmable solutions, thus increasing revenues as user demand rises."