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CEVA’s DSP Cores for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) refers to telephone calls (voice) that bypass the typical public-switched telephone network and are instead converted into digital data that is packetized and transmitted over the Internet (the same network that carries web, email and data traffic). The use of VoIP is increasing exponentially as the quality of voice and quality of service continue to improve the user experience while offloading the legacy networks.

CEVA is the world's leading licensor of programmable Digital Signal Processor (DSP) cores. CEVA’s VoIP solutions range from home/residential gateways with 4, 8, and 16 channels, all the way up to enterprise gateways that are required to handle hundreds of VoIP channels simultaneously.

To better serve the VoIP market, CEVA provides a portfolio of application-specific DSPs offering the highest flexibility, performance, and efficiency along with associated subsystems, a comprehensive suite of optimized software codecs, and a complete development environment.

CEVA’s application-specific DSP offerings for VoIP

Enterprise VoIP Gateways:

CEVA-TeakLite-III DSP, including pre-optimized VoIP software codecs

Home VoIP Gateways:

CEVA-VoP (Voice over Packet). This platform comprises three key elements:

  • CEVA-TeakLite-II programmable DSP
  • Xpert-TeakLite-II DSP subsystem
  • VoIP Software

Advanced Home VoIP Gateways:

CEVA-TeakLite-III DSP, including pre-optimized VoIP software codecs

CEVAnet Partners

To further reduce the cost, complexity, and risk in bringing products to market, CEVA has established an ecosystem of partners who provide reference designs, complementary IP, design services, and complete solutions based on CEVA’s DSP cores and Platform Solutions. Visit our CEVAnet Partners page for more information