May 3, 2005

Wireless VoIP: A Q&A with Agere's Mark Bode

Author: ITMJ Staff

Agere Systems, formerly known as the Microelectronics Group of Lucent Technologies, designs and makes semiconductors for storage, wireless data, and public and enterprise networks. The company's chips and software power a broad range of computing and communications applications, from cell phones, PCs, PDAs, hard disk drives and gaming devices to sophisticated wireless and wireline networks. Agere's customers include top manufacturers of consumer electronics, communications, and computing equipment. The company's products connect people to information and entertainment at home, at work and on the road.

Agere Systems' wVoIP product line director Mark Bode explains in the following Q&A how wireless VoIP (wVoIP) is challenging chipmakers.

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