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DSP Group's DECT SoC Now Integrated Into Swisscom's Triple-play Gateways

January 09, 2014

DSP Group (News - Alert) announced that the company’s DECT/CAT-iq 2.0 DCX81 System-on-a-Chip (SoC) is now integrated in the advanced Triple-Play Gateways developed by Swisscom (News - Alert). The DSP Group’s fully-integrated single-chip DECT solutions, launched under the DCX family suite, provide complete home coverage supporting multiple lines and multiple handsets providing high-definition voice quality.


In a release, Ran Klier, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Europe and Americas at DSP Group, said “We are very pleased that Swisscom made a strategic decision to integrate DECT (News - Alert) in their new gateway line up and decided to adopt our DCX81 CAT-iq 2.0 solution.”

The DCX suite of SoCs feature in-field software upgrade capabilities allowing service providers such as Swisscom to launch innovative products that comply with both Ultra Low Energy standards as well as the new standards such as CAT-iq 2.1 and 3.0 for home automation. As per the industry forecasts, devices complying with Ultra Low Energy standard used in residential gateways is expected to foster huge opportunities for companies operating in home security, home control and monitoring segments.

Speaking of the collaboration with DSP Group, Andreas Martschitsch, Head of Residential Home Networks at Swisscom, said “Thanks to close collaboration with DSP Group, Swisscom offers its customers a best-in-class cordless IP-telephony experience, including superior HD voice quality, ease of use and seamless phone book sharing between connected handsets.”

DSP Group is engaged in the development of wireless chipset products and solutions for application in converged communications sector. The company’s semiconductor devices integrated with reference designs and software are ideal for developing innovative products in the consumer electronics space.

DSP Group’s product portfolios of wireless chipsets efficiently integrate ULE, DECT/CAT-iq, Wi-Fi, video, HDClear, PSTN and VoIP technologies. These products support converged solutions for audio, voice, video and data connectivity across a host of diverse consumer electronics devices such as mobile phones, multimedia screens, home automation devices, VoIP systems, cordless phones and home gateways.




Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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