DSP Group recently unveiled the DVF101 chipset which provides enhanced graphics, security, interfaces and voice experience. The latest processor targets high-performance voice over IP communication devices.
The multi-core architecture enables ODMs/OEMs to provide voice terminals with high-resolution color display, rich 3D Graphical User Interface (GUI), full-HD voice and Super Wideband Acoustical Echo Cancellation (SWB AEC).
Integrating a high-speed ARM Cortex-A9 application processor and a 3D graphical processor, DVF101 is capable of running Google Android for rich applications and an advanced GUI framework.
A second ARM communication co-processor is dedicated for offloading the demanding real-time processing, including advanced voice codecs and DSP algorithms. The crypto-engine for security processing, the advanced peripheral interfaces and the complete analog front-end complement DVF101 chipset, uniquely tailored for the IP telephony market.
“DVF101 enables us to maximize the functionality of our VoIP processing and rich graphics, providing our partners the ability to deliver the most popular features using more affordable and cost-effective designs,” said Ran Klier, Corporate Vice President Business Development, Sales & Marketing Europe & Americas at DSP Group.
Maintaining software compatibility with the existing VoIP SoC portfolio, DVF101 is sharing the same SDK API, which is important for DSP Group’s customers to launch new products at fast time-to-market and low investment, the company said.