DSP Group announced that its advanced DECT/ULE/CAT-iq DCX System-on-a-Chip (SoC) is integrated in latest ADB home gateway.
DCX family of highly-integrated single-chip SoC solutions cost effectively delivers extended DECT coverage with multi-line, multi-handset support and crystal-clear HD voice. The SoC is embedded with certified CAT-iq firmware, offering a rich set of advanced features, including phone book and call list synchronization and in-field software upgradability to DECT ULE (Ultra Low Energy) standard for IoT services.
The fully featured DCX SoC allows easy pairing of CAT-iq complying handsets and enables operators to offer IoT services to subscribers, based on the existing infrastructure.
“DSP Group’s technology enables us to offer ADB’s customers a best-in-class CAT-iq telephony experience with high-definition sound quality, ease-of-use, seamless phonebook sharing between connected handsets, and an easy pairing experience,” said Corrado Rocca, EVP of Product Management and Development at ADB. “The compliance with the ULE standard allows us to offer even a wider range of services and products.” ADB offers personal and business TV and Internet of Things (IOT) solutions. The company works with the world’s leading content distributors, pay TV and broadband operators including A1 Telekom Austria, Border States Electronic, Canal Digital, Cox, Graybar, NC+, Swisscom, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, Telenet, Time Warner and Vodafone.
“We are pleased that ADB made the strategic choice to integrate DECT into its line of home gateways and happy to cooperate with them to bring the latest world-class cordless technology to subscribers,” said Ran Klier, Corporate Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Europe and Americas at DSP Group. “DECT-enabled gateways are now provided by leading operators in Europe, delivering an HD voice experience as well as future IoT services using the same infrastructure.”