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DSP Group powers base station of Gigaset phones
[September 28, 2011]

DSP Group powers base station of Gigaset phones

Sep 28, 2011 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- DSP Group, Inc., a provider of wireless chipset solutions for converged communications at home, has announced that its XciteR chipset solution is powering the base station of the just launched Gigaset phone SL910 / SL910A as also the DX800A high end IP phone developed and manufactured by Gigaset Communications, Europe's DECT cordless phone manufacturer.

The XciteR chipset is also being used by Gigaset for its DX600A and DL500A as well as for the DECT IP devices C610 IP/ C610A IP. Designed in collaboration with Gigaset, XciteR is a scalable solution, enabling the development of fully featured IP and multi-function phones.

DSP Group's XciteR chipset covers all of the processing needs of the Gigaset SL910 and also of the Gigaset DX800A, as well as its DX600A and DL500A derivatives, via an ARM926 application processor running Linux operating system, and a strong DSP processor.

"As a company unwilling to compromise on quality, Gigaset works with only the leading DECT and VoIP technology vendors," said Martin Streb, COO of Gigaset. "Our collaboration with DSP Group in defining the XciteR chipset is another example of that commitment to quality. Utilization of the company's VoIP chipset solution in our feature-rich DX800A is helping to bring our IP phone offering to another level. We are leveraging the power and scalability of the XciteR platform to launch more VoIP and high-end fixed-line telephones at the top end of our portfolio." "Gigaset's adoption of XciteR for several of its high-end office phone models highlights the growing strength and success of our chipset solution in the burgeoning enterprise IP phone market," said Oz Zimerman, Corporate VP of Marketing and Business Development at DSP Group. "In addition to its outstanding performance and rich functionality, the XciteR platform significantly reduces bill of materials, making it the preferred solution for more and more IP and office phone manufacturers worldwide." Republication or redistribution, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without prior written consent. Datamonitor shall not be liable for errors or delays in the content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon

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