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Switchvoice Ltd. target ARM CPU for its future VOIP products.
Thursday, 02 October 2014 08:15

Switchvoice Ltd. target ARM CPU for its future VOIP products.

Recent years ARM SoC are becoming extremely popular.

They typically include big variability of peripheral blocks unmatched with other SoC systems.

Main drive for the ARM based systems are mobile devices like smart phones, tablets, etc. ,
which now a days is taking
considerable amount of the total 'computer' market.
This not only pushing the price of the ARM SoC hardware down but it make us
the software developers putting considerable amount of efforts on the software for ARM.

ARM CPUs are suitable for telephony.
Modern VoIP systems running Asterisk, Freeswitch and Yete run well on RISK CPUs like ARM.
They have only a few real time components requiring signal processing which by the way
ARM  NEON extension crunches decently.

We  don’t miss the ARM trend.
Switchvoce Ltd. is working hard on a  new modular PBX family based on ARM dual core Cortex A7 1GHz SoC