World VoIP NewsSilicon Labs rolls out new VoIP technology relayed product
Silicon Labs rolls out new VoIP technology relayed product
Company Silicon Laboratories Inc. being quite prominent industrial player in matters of high-performance, analog-intensive, mixed-signal ICs, has announced the release of power-efficient subscriber line interface circuit (SLIC) application for VoIP gateways.
The brand new Si3226x Dual ProSLIC® product line ensures the most short list of necessary materials as well as board area and the lowest power consumption of any comparative SLIC from the market. The solution is designed specifically for low-channel-count VoIP ‘’Customer Premises Equipment’’ (CPE) which could consist with a fiber to the home (FTTH) gateways, DSL integrated access hardware and wired multimedia terminal adaptors (EMTAs). Industrial statistics describes FTTx deployment to reach 183.9 million subscribers by 2015, with about 80 percent of the applications to be based in Asia. The requirements for higher bandwidth to manage IPTV and video-on-demand applications, as well as ever growing demand for bundled voice/data/video services are the backup of the FTTx gateway market expansion. Silicon Labs’ Si3226x Dual ProSLIC family is created to cut off the operational cost and clumsiness of these gateways. The Si3226x SLICs provides two complete channels in a small 60-pin 8 mm x 8 mm QFN package. Therefore, the smallest dual foreign exchange station (FXS) solution available, as well as to become industry’s first solution containing an integrated level shifter/driver that ensure a direct connectivity to a dc-dc converter’s power transistor regardless of input voltage. “Silicon Labs continues to boost up innovation in the mixed-signal telephony IC market by increasing on-chip integration, reducing power consumption, and shrinking BOM cost and component count with sophisticated dual SLIC designs,” said Carlos Garcia, vice president and general manager of wireline products for Silicon Laboratories. “The Si3226x ProSLIC family is precisely what manufacturers need to develop the next generation of small-footprint, feature-rich and energy-efficient VoIP gateway designs.”
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