3/23/2005 - Kane Computing Ltd (KCL) has recently signed a distribution agreement with Adaptive Digital Technologies, Inc. (Adaptive Digital) to represent them in the UK and Ireland, to promote and sell their portfolio of DSP algorithms, chips, and solutions, such as voice compression, conferencing, telephony signalling, voice over IP, noise reduction and echo cancellation for use with Texas Instruments' TMS320TM family of DSPs.
"We are very excited to be partnering with Kane Computing", said Brian McCarthy, president, Adaptive Digital Technologies. "Our partnership with KCL fills a gap in our international sales coverage in a key territory. We look forward to the increased exposure our relationship with KCL will provide. Kane understands the sales process and more importantly understands their customers and their needs. By combining our DSP technology with Kane's strong presence in the region we are opening the door to many new opportunities."
"We have been looking for a partner who provides a wide range of top quality telecom and audio software solutions combined with first class support." said Richard White, Managing Director of KCL. "I am pleased to say we have found this combination is provided by Adaptive Digital Technologies. Their algorithms, chips and solutions fit perfectly into own strategic marketing activities.
Adaptive Digital's flagship product is their patented, ITU G.168-2002 echo canceller, offered as both a network echo canceller, and line echo canceller. The network echo canceller supports echo tails up to 128 msec, while the line echo canceller supports tail length up to 32 msec. Independently tested at AT&T's voice quality test lab, Adaptive Digital's G.168-2002 echo canceller has been certified as "carrier grade " and is fully compliant with the Texas Instruments xDAISTM standard. Adaptive Digital's echo canceller has been deployed in over forty countries.
Adaptive Digital's G.PAKTM is a scalable and configurable voice-over-packet DSP software solution. G.PAK provides all the DSP components necessary in a voice-over-packet system and provides an application interface to allow easy integration into a user's application. Adaptive Digital's G.PAK base algorithm set includes G.711 and G.168 - 2002 compliant network echo canceller.
Adaptive Digital offers solutions based on G.PAKTM technology. The high-density conference chip is designed to provide conference call capability to telephone systems. The solution is based upon the TI TMS320C6415TM DSP generation. Each 600 MHz DSP can host up to 512 channels of VoIP, conferencing, tone detection, tone generation, voice record and playback, and other functions. Adaptive Digital's ipPhoneChipTM includes all the DSP functionality necessary for a high quality IP speakerphone. The ipPhoneChip runs on the Texas Instruments TMS320C5471TM dual-core processor. Adaptive Digital will soon be offering an IP phone reference design kit, based on its ipPhoneChipTM. This same IP phone was recently showcased along with other consumer products at the TI Developers conference 2005 Technology Playroom.
KCL and Adaptive Digital are Texas Instruments Third Party Partners. Adaptive Digital has expertise in developing telephony algorithms and solutions on TI DSPs and KCL has expertise in advising, supporting and supplying TI DSP developers with complete design and development packages.
Adaptive Digital Technologies, Inc. is located in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA).
About Adaptive Digital Technologies, Inc.
With over ten years of experience in the application of DSP in the area of voiceband communications, Adaptive Digital Technologies, Inc. (www.adaptivedigital.com) offers highly optimized carrier-grade DSP Software building blocks such as telephony algorithms, speech compression, and echo cancellation, packaged to meet all applications.
Adaptive Digital's DSP 'Chip' Solutions are a collection of DSP algorithms and Texas Instruments hardware components, which together handle signal-processing tasks for specific end equipment. Adaptive Digital's ipPhoneChipTM, G.PAKTMChip, G.168 Echo Canceller Chip, and Conferencing Chip, lets system designers leverage proven solutions, allowing them to focus their efforts on rapid product development. Adaptive Digital is a strategic member of the TI's TMS320TM Third Party Program, the most extensive collection of Digital Signal Processing development support in the industry.
About Kane Computing Ltd
KCL has been providing Image Processing, DSP and high performance computing products for use in industry, education and research since 1987. The last few years has seen considerable growth within KCL in the high performance and Digital Signal Processing markets. KCL started life as Sension Advanced Computing, designing, manufacturing and supplying parallel processing products based around the Inmos transputer. In 1995 it became part of Kane International Ltd and subsequently changed its name to Kane Computing. In October 2001 Kane Computing became an independent Company, Kane Computing Ltd. (KCL) is now regarded as the primary source of fully supported development tools for Texas Instruments series of DSPs in the United Kingdom. KCL provides a whole range of products based around Texas Instrument's TMS320 range of DSP's. This includes starter kits, development systems, application boards and emulators. KCL has a policy of continual improvement and operates its business in accordance with the requirements of ISO9001:2000.
Kane Computing Ltd
7 Theatre Court, London Road, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 5HB.
Tel: +44(0)1606 351006
Fax: +44(0)1606 351007/8
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