World VoIP NewsDSP Group enhance interoperability with Grandstream in VoIP telephony matters
DSP Group enhance interoperability with Grandstream in VoIP telephony matters
Enterprise DSP Group , being the worldwide vendor of wireless chipset applications for unified communications and collaborated solutions for residential purposes, has announced a launch of the partnership program with Grandstream Networks, a prominent producer of VoIP and IP video telephony and surveillance solutions, in order to integrate DSP Group's XciteR VoIP chipset into Grandstream's new high-definition (HD) voice IP desktop phones.
The XciteR application is associated with the high-performance ARM926 utility processor running Linux OS and powerful DSP processor integrated in DSP Group's DVFD818x digital chip. It ensures innovative multiple Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) end points. The application enables Grandstream to offer completely featured, multi-line IP telephones that massively improves productivity and bring a fast return on investment (ROI) for enterprise customers.DSP Group's XciteR VoIP chipset offers superior high-definition (HD) voice quality and cristal clarity. It is also known to deliver best-in-class acoustical echo cancellation (AEC), enabling the development of a high quality full-duplex, hands-free speakerphone, company officials said. “We have always been committed to providing our customers with best-of-breed solutions at the right price,” said David Li , CEO of Grandstream Networks, in a statement. “DSP Group's powerful processing technology and flexible design facilitate the development of scalable, feature-rich and affordable IP phones with crystal-clear HD audio quality that meet the varied and growing needs of our enterprise customers.”XciteR is powering an array of award-winning Grandstream HD IP phones, including the GXP21xx/14xx/11xx series. The DSP Group-powered Grandstream HD IP phones are known for their ease of use, rich telephony features, automated provisioning capabilities, and advanced security protection. These phones also ensure interoperability with most third-party SIP devices and platforms. XciteR also contains a sophisticated software development kit (SDK) to ensure short development cycles. Maintaining its small system footprint, XciteR offers an integrated DECT baseband and RF transceiver for easy implementation of wireless connectivity with DECT/CAT-iq handsets and/or headsets to enable full office mobility.“By enabling leading VoIP phone manufacturers to significantly lower total cost of ownership to near that of legacy systems without compromising performance, XciteR is ideally positioned to grab a significant piece of the fast-growing enterprise IP telephony market,” said Oz Zimerman, Corporate VP of Marketing and Business Development at DSP Group, in a statement. Not so long time ago Grandstream announced interoperability between Vidanetwork’s platforms and Grandstream’s phones. Vidanetwork’s Global Office and VOffice Pro platforms can now interoperate with Grandstream’s GXP21xx/14xx series enterprise HD IP Phones and the GXV31xx next-generation IP Video and Multimedia Phones.
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