This page discusses - VoIP Development
The VoIP development platform is designed for customers to integrate VoIP software using ZSP development tools. The board has 4 FXS ports and 1 FXO port. It includes the Z.Voice software* package that can be used stand-alone or custom packages can be created using ZSP tools. The board can be interfaced to a host using Host Port Interface (HPI) or can be interfaced to a PC using
USB. The board uses LSI403LP with external SRAM for various combinations of codecs, T.38 and FXO functions.
There are some feature of VoIP Development platform:- * 4FXS and 1FXO port *
Integrated SLICs and DAA *Works with Z.Voice software package * Works with ZSP development tools
* Interfaces to Host using HPI or USB * Interfaces to Micrel Motherboard with 5-port Ethernet switch
Telephony is our heritage. Indesign was started in 1996 by a group of 32 telephone engineers from a Bell Labs Consumer Products design group. These engineers were responsible for developing consumer and business telephone products for AT&T. We have continued to develop traditional PSTN type products, and we have also developed many different devices for use in VoIP telephone design applications. Some of the VoIP products we have designed include voice terminals (telephones), small gateways, and analog/VoIP adapters.
Our VoIP hardware development and VoIP software development engineers have completed several VoIP architecture developments, which included the investigation of chip sets and software, for many different VoIP products. These developments also included the detailed design engineering necessary to get these products into production.
State of VoIP Development
As we head into summer and our first-ever VoIP Developer Conference, we decided to ask some of the participating event sponsors to answer a series of questions regarding the VoIP Developer marketplace, the outlook for the overall VoIP industry, and some of the things they?re doing in the space. The state of the market for developers is pretty secure. The technology has certainly matured and there is functionality to suit just about every enterprise or service provider scenario-
from low-channel-count host media processing software through to multi-functional, multi-protocol media gateways. With IP telephony products being deployed at every layer from core backbone network infrastructure, through
soft switch or media gateway controller Class 4/5 switch replacements, to media gateways and IP
soft phones in the enterprise space, developers are not short of opportunity.
- Collaborate on VoIP Development Platform
Aptix Corporation, a leading supplier of pre-silicon prototyping tools and platforms for embedded system-on-chip (SoC) design, and SoftRISC, a leading supplier of field-deployed communication software solutions, announced today that they have signed an agreement to collaborate and produce a high performance Voice over IP (VoIP) development and prototyping environment based on the ARM PrimeXsys? Platform.
The VoIP development and prototyping environment consists of an Aptix System Explorer? integrated with SoftRISC VoIP applications software products. The Aptix System Explorer incorporates an ARM926EJ-S in a Logic Tile configuration. The ARM PrimeXsys? Platform IP is pre-mapped into an Aptix Flexible Prototyping Module, and is available to ARM926EJ(F)-S PrimeXSys Platform licensees as a ready-to-use bitstream from Aptix. Aptix debugging tools provide full visibility into the internal registers of both the ARM 926 and the PrimeXsys? Platform. The hardware configuration supports full multi-layer AMBA bus transactions.