DSP Group (News - Alert), Inc., a provider of wireless chipset solutions for converged communications, recently announced that its DVF99 VoIP SoC (System on a Chip) had been selected by Obihai, a manufacturer of VoIP solutions, for its new line of IP phone models.
DSP Group’s DVF99 is the next generation of IP Phone (News - Alert) and advanced ATA SoC, and was specifically developed for Tier 1 enterprise telephony OEMs. Designed to meet the needs of the enterprise IP telephony market, the DVF99 is based on a multi-core architecture that provides best-in-class voice experience, robust security, enhanced graphics and advanced peripherals. The SoC enables OEMs to build a scalable range of VoIP phones with superb voice quality and low power consumption, while maintaining an optimal cost/performance ratio.
With DVF99, Obihai’s IP phone models will be able to support up to 24 lines and deliver many other advanced features, such as HD voice quality, cloud integration, large graphical color display, Gigabit Ethernet, PoE, etc.
"Our close partnership with Obihai contributed to the rapid development of the OBi1032 and OBi1062, also thanks to our customer-focused solutions and support," said Fredy Rabih, VP of Product Management at DSP Group. "As a leading unified communications SoC vendor, we are constantly bringing new and advanced chipset solutions to the enterprise IP telephony market. Leveraging voice processing expertise and low-power capabilities, our SoCs meet the growing demand for advanced features and higher integration, while still maintaining optimum price-performance ratios."
DSP Group recently announced that its DVF99 VoIP Platform has been selected by Grandstream, a manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions, for integration with its new IP phone models, namely the GXP2140 and GXP2160. The Grandstream IP phones will now be powered by DSP Group's DVF99 dual-ARM (News - Alert) processor, delivering HD-quality voice, high-quality acoustics, support for as many as six phone lines, Bluetooth connectivity, PoE and Gigabit Ethernet.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson