Single-chip engine leads to mini VoIP adapters

Sept. 21, 2007
Infineon claims its Vinetic-Plus is the first single-chip VoIP (Voice-over-IP) engine with integrated codec and analog telephony interface.

Munich, Germany:
It's the first single-chip VoIP (Voice-over-IP) engine with integrated codec and analog telephony interface, or so claims chipmaker Infineon about its Vinetic-Plus. The chip paves the way for creation of compact and portable VoIP-telephony adapters, allowing any analog phone to establish VoIP calls from any broadband Internet connection, according to the company.

Compared to existing solutions, the Vinetic-Plus reduces pc-board area required for an adapter by at least 30%.

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