D2 Technologies and Opulan Deliver VoIP-enabled EPON IAD
and Residential Gateway Solution
Opulan’s OPL-06752 processors, combined with D2's vPort VoIP software, yields
complete VoIP-enabled EPON ONU solution for ODMs/OEMs
SANTA BARBARA, CA and LAS VEGAS, NV (2010 International CES) January 6, 2010 D2
Technologies, the market leader in embedded software platforms that power IP communications, and Opulan Technologies, the leading 1G/10G EPON chipset provider, today announced the availability of D2's vPort Gateway (GW) embedded VoIP software on the OPL-06752 EPON ONU processor from Opulan Technologies. The combined solution allows OEMs/ODMs to quickly deliver advanced EPON Integrated Access Devices (IADs) and residential gateways that deliver ultra high speed Internet access with optimized carrier-grade VoIP functionality.
"D2 Technologies’ vPort VoIP solution is highly optimized and field proven," said Zheng Liu, president and CEO at Opulan. "vPort’s high-quality voice engine and VoIP signaling stack will allow our OEM and ODM customers to minimize risk and accelerate time-to-market for best-in-class EPON IAD products based on the Opulan OPL-06752.”
The OPL-06752 is an industry leading EPON chipset that is compliant with TR-101/TR-156, powered by a 233MHz 32bit MIPS4KEC CPU core and includes standard EPON MAC for ONU. The OPL-06752 has rich features and interface support including integrated 1.25G SerDes/CDR, 1 SerDes Differential interface for PON plant, 1GMII/MII interface for UNI, 1 MII for out-of-band management, MDIO interface and other I/O interfaces (PCM/I2C/UART/GPIO/EJAG/JTAG).
”We are pleased to be collaborating with Opulan to offer an industry leading VoIP-enabled EPON platform to the market,” said Doug Makishima, chief operating officer at D2 Technologies. "By combining the strengths of our solutions, we can now offer OEMs a superior technology that delivers proven performance, interoperability and lower implementation cost."
D2’s vPort GW provides carrier-grade VoIP application, protocol and DSP features for wired/wireless CPEs such as ATA, gateway/router, IAD, and FMC products. vPort’s advanced softDSP voice engine includes a comprehensive list of narrowband and wideband/HD CODECs, dynamic adaptive jitter buffer, packet loss compensation, VAD/CNG, DTMF tone generation/detection, echo cancellation, caller ID, FAX relay and more. vPort delivers the best VoIP performance, quality and interoperability in the industry, and is highly optimized not just for quality, but for a small memory footprint and low CPU MHz impact. In fact, D2’s VoIP software is the most widely deployed in the market today, powering more than 40 billion minutes of VoIP traffic each month across top-tier OEM deployments in consumer, enterprise and carrier environments worldwide.
Opulan Technologies Corp. is a China-based fabless semiconductor company founded in 2003 by seasoned experts from Silicon Valley. The company develops and markets system-oriented high-performance and cost-effective ASSP/ASIC products targeted for communications OEMs. The OpConn™ ONU SoC supports many advanced features including high speed embedded microprocessor for board and device control, fast packet engine for traffic classification and processing, as well as traffic management for advanced QsS handling. This feature-rich and cost-effective device is ideal for the emerging high-volume FTTx deployments For more information, visit Opulan at http://www.opulan.com/ or send email to Joe Xu: email@example.com.
About D2 Technologies
D2 is the recognized leader in converged IP communications for next generation devices. Manufacturers and service providers rely on D2 software to deliver carrier-grade IP connections across any network (WiFi, WiMAX, LTE, cellular, broadband, PSTN), service (voice, video, IM chat, SMS, presence/status, etc.) and system (IP PBX, UC, carrier, social network, etc.) for a broad range of fixed and mobile devices. From processing billions of VoIP minutes each month to adding enhanced IP communications for Android™, learn how D2 software is converging communications at www.D2Tech.com.