LinuxDevices: Low-Cost ADSL2+ SoC Runs Linux, Does WiFi, VoIP
Jun 02, 2006, 10:45 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Conexant is sampling an ARM-based SoC (system-on-chip) for DSL
gateways, bridges, and routers supporting 'triple-play' (voice,
video, and data) Internet services. The low-cost CX9461x SoC
integrates ADSL2+, WiFi, and VoIP interfaces, and is available now
in a hardware reference design said to support 'industry-standard
operating systems, including Linux.'
"Conexant says the new CX9461x chipset has enough processing
power to support triple play services, while its low price--between
$10 and $15, depending on options--suits volume deployments..."