New FXO solution from LSI.
LSI Corporation (NYSE:LSI), a provider of silicon, systems and software technologies, announced on 16 December the availability of an integrated, system-powered, silicon data access arrangement (DAA) based foreign exchange office (FXO) chipset solution, that enables high-availability connections between IP applications such as media gateways and voice-over-IP (VoIP) devices and conventional analogue lines.
The company said that its LSI FX1000 solution provides Internet-based communications services with backup or alternate routing over the public switched telephone network (PSTN), allowing integrated communications services (ICS) platforms to offer virtually uninterrupted connectivity.
Comprised of multi-service business gateways, service routers and analogue telephone adapters, ICS platforms are becoming more common and the need for increased service availability more important. The FX1000 solution is exclusively system powered and is unaffected by phone line power variations, resulting in best-in-class backup performance and reliability.
The FX1000 chipset is available now. LSI did not disclosed unit costs.
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|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
|Date:||Dec 16, 2008|
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