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VoIP Processor Target High End Phones and Integrates Audio, Security and Graphics Functions

Mon, 03/26/2012 - 6:56am
VoIP processor ICSemiconductor plc announced a high performance VoIP phone chipset, the SC14453. The single chip processor the company’s VoIP portfolio as its flagship product and integrates hardware blocks for desirable audio, security and graphics functionality. The on-board multicore VoIP processor delivers 590 MIPS of computational power with industry-leading power consumption figures, according to the company and integrates stereo analogue codecs and a stereo Class D amplifier with 48 kHz support, which along with Dialog’s acoustic echo cancellation and active noise reduction, are asserted to give best-in-class audio quality for crystal clear voice conversation. The SC14453’s advanced audio DSPs and its symmetric/asymmetric cryptography accelerator can manage eight simultaneous SRTP-secured IP calls, and its powerful graphic engine and LCD controller enable the output of fluid graphic user interfaces onto SVGA (800x600) touchscreen LCD displays.

Dialog’s unique SafeKey feature based on Intrinsic-ID’s security IP block ensures bank-level security authentication of files and software. The SC14453 Green VoIP platform provides a high level of flexibility for wireless and wired extensions to DECT, CAT-iq, Bluetooth, WiFi, LTE, USB and Gigabit Ethernet.

The SC14453 is based on the highly efficient and ultra low power 32-bit MIPS® M14Kc™ processor, has two user-programmable Gen3DSPs, an OpenVG1.1 graphic processing unit and comes in a 15x15mm, 228-pin LLGA package with standard and secure variants.

To reduce time to market Dialog offers a complete SC14453 VoIP development kit and the certified Rhea VoIP software platform, based on the popular open source operating system, Linux. The Dialog SC14453 Green VoIP processor is available now.

Dialog Semiconductor
408-727-3200, www.dialog-semiconductor.com
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