CableLabs selects voice codecs, concerns emerge

September 2004
CED;Sep2004, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that CableLabs Inc. has selected advanced voice codecs from Broadcom Corp. and Global IP Sound for all PacketCable 1.1- and 1.0-certified and qualified embedded multimedia terminal adapters and PSTN media gateways. Availabilty of codecs in a royalty-free basis; Benefit of using royalty-free codecs to media gateway makers; Reduction in bandwidth requirements of voice-over Internet Protocol services.


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