Austin, Tex.Freescale has introduced an embedded voice-over-IP (VoIP) reference platform designed to speed time to market for industrial embedded voice applications using VoIP technology.
Developed in collaboration with Arcturus Networks Inc., the product is available as an evaluation and development kit, a ready-to-use module, or a MCU and software combination for integration into a customer's hardware and software product.
Freescale's M53281KIT is a VoIP reference platform, evaluation and development kit featuring a host board, VoIP module based on the ColdFire MCF53281 MCU family, VoIP voice processing software and a Middleware stack from Arcturus.
The comprehensive hardware and software product is suitable for residential, industrial and commercial embedded voice using VoIP applications, such as intercom systems used in residential, commercial and industrial settings.
The VoIP reference platform demonstrates how the control, performance and connectivity capabilities of Freescale's 32-bit MCF53281 and MCF53721 ColdFire MCUs enable embedded designers to add voice functionality to a wide range of applications.
Pricing: The M53281KIT VoIP reference platform is available for $749; The M53281MOD VoIP module is available for $99 in 1K quantities; and in 10K quantities, the MCF53281CVM240 and MCF53721CVM240 ColdFire MCUs starts at $12.94.
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Freescale Semiconductor, 1-800-521-6274, www.freescale.com