March 8, 2006
Next-gen TI VoIP SoC runs Linux
Texas Instruments (TI) plans to ship an SoC (system-on-chip) for VoIP (voice-over-IP) applications in Q2-06. The TNETV1061 runs Linux on a 213MHz MIPS32 core, and also has a 150MHz DSP (digital signal processor) core. It targets residential VoIP applications, including CPE gateways (customer premises equipment), VoIP gateways, and terminal adapters.