Conexant Systems Inc. Monday introduced a new suite of voice coprocessors for consumer and small-to-medium business applications.
The vendor said the “CX9041X” family of devices is targeted toward products including voice-over-Internet-protocol phones, analog-terminal adaptors, digital-subscriber-line voice routers, integrated-access devices and multitenant-unit/multidwelling-unit voice and data systems.
“Our next-generation voice coprocessors provide higher levels of integration and features, enabling manufacturers to cost-effectively deliver increased functionality in their VoIP-product offerings," Conexant vice president of voice-access products Zeev Collin said in a prepared statement.
“We are committed to evolving our VoIP roadmap in combination with our rich portfolio of access, networking and media-processing technologies to provide users with a broad set of integrated IP-based voice, data and media features,” Collin added.
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