Enterprise SIP phone is driven by DSP
The low power TMS320C5501 digital signal processor (DSP) was selected by Grandstream Networks for the GXP-2000, a next generation enterprise SIP phone.
The low power TMS320C5501 digital signal processor (DSP) was selected by Grandstream Networks for the GXP-2000, a next generation enterprise SIP phone Grandstream chose TI's TMS320C5501 DSP because of its high performance for advanced digital signal processing and affordable cost
The C5501 DSP allows Grandstream to offer superb voice clarity, enhanced security protection for device provisioning and private communications, and all the popular PBX phone features on its GXP2000 enterprise IP phone product, including transfer, forward, do not disturb, hold, mute, three-way conference, intercom/paging, shared line presence, call park/pick up, speed dial, full duplex hands-free speakerphone etc, at a much lower price level than the competition.
The C55x DSP architecture achieves high performance and low power through increased parallelism and total focus on reduction in power dissipation.