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Texas Instruments DSP Powers Grandstream Networks' GXP-2000 Enterprise IP Phone
Continuing to accelerate the IP multimedia device market, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) [NYSE:TXN], announced today that its high performance, low power TMS320C5501 digital signal processor (DSP) was selected by Grandstream Networks for the GXP-2000, a next generation enterprise SIP phone.
POLA Alliance Members to offer Pin-Compatible Modules based on TI's T2 products
Texas Instruments has announced that the POLA alliance has agreed to offer pin-compatible plug-in modules based on TI's T2 non-isolated, power modules with ultra-fast transient response.
Development Kit Provides WLAN for Battery-Operated Devices
Texas Instruments has announced its Consumer Electronics WLAN Developer Kit (CE WLAN DK) 2.0. which provides manufacturers with the systems-level building blocks they need to add Wi-Fi connectivity to battery-operated devices from digital still cameras and portable media players (PMPs) to emerging communications and entertainment applications.
Join TI and Avnet to discuss Analog Support for Digital Media-Based Systems - June 14 Webcast
Texas Instruments and Avnet will present a live Analog eLab Webcast for designers entitled "Analog Support for Digital Media-Based Systems" on Wednesday, June 14 at 11:00 a.m. CST (18:00 hrs CET). During the online discussion, TI analog expert Bill Klein, P.E., and eLab panelists J.B. Fowler of TI and Mike Claassen of Avnet will address analog circuit design issues that affect performance of digital media-based video applications. Engineers are...
TI Wins International Engineering Consortium InfoVision Award
Texas Instruments today announced the International Engineering Consortium (IEC) has selected TI's IP quality management PIQUA technology as the winner of its annual InfoVision Award. The non-profit organization delivers this prestigious award to honour technologies, applications, products, advances and services judged to be the most unique and beneficial to the telecommunications industry. Winners of the IEC InfoVision Award were announced tod...
TI's OMAP Applications Processor Selected as a Development Platform for Windows CE 6 Beta Release
Texas Instruments has announced that Microsoft has selected TI's OMAP2420 applications processor as the first ARM11-based development platform for its Windows CE 6 beta release distributed this week to device makers worldwide. A Board Support Package for TI's OMAP2420 processor will be integrated into the Windows CE 6 Platform Builder toolkit.
TI's VoIP and Wireless LAN Technologies power Ascom's Voice Over Wi-Fi Handsets
Texas Instruments and Ascom Wireless Solutions, a market leader in on-site wireless communication throughout Europe, have announced that Ascom's i75 voice over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi) handsets are leveraging TI's Wireless LAN (WLAN) IP phone platform, the TNETV1700. TI's integrated hardware and software solution delivers the performance and low power required for Ascom to deliver extended talk and standby times to its enterprise customers, and enhanced fe...
TI's Network Support Package gets Substantial Updates
Texas Instruments has announced it has made substantial updates to its gateway software solution, the Network Support Package (NSP) 3.7.1, enabling manufacturers to quickly and easily make improvements across product lines and realize faster time-to-market and return on investment.