and Grandstream Networks
announce that DSP Group's XciteR VoIP chipset is powering Grandstream's new high-definition voice IP desktop phones.
As the total cost of ownership of high-quality IP telephony devices nears that of legacy systems, the XciteR solution is ideal for developing innovative multiple VoIP end points. Providing the market's best price performance as well as myriad embedded hardware/software features, XciteR enables Grandstream to offer fully featured, multi-line IP phones that enhance productivity and deliver a rapid return on investment for enterprise customers.
The highly integrated XciteR chipset solution offers superior high-definition voice quality and clarity, as well as best-in-class acoustical echo cancellation, enabling the development of a high quality full-duplex, hands-free speakerphone. A state-of-the-art and mature solution, XciteR is powering an array of award-winning Grandstream HD IP phones, including the GXP21xx/14xx/11xx series. Known for their ease of use, rich telephony features, automated provisioning capabilities, and advanced security protection, the DSP Group-powered Grandstream HD IP phones are interoperable with most third-party SIP devices and platforms.
XciteR is anchored by a high-performance ARM926T application processor running Linux OS and strong DSP processor embedded in DSP Group's DVFD818x digital chip, along with a fully integrated power management and audio front-end IC. The solution also features a comprehensive software development kit 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.