Telephony is our heritage. Indesign was started in 1996 by a group of 32 telephone engineers from a Bell Labs Consumer Products design group. These engineers were responsible for developing consumer and business telephone products for AT&T. We have continued to develop traditional PSTN type products, and we have also developed many different devices for use in VoIP telephone design applications. Some of the VoIP products we have designed include voice terminals (telephones), small gateways, and analog/VoIP adapters.
Our VoIP hardware development and VoIP software development engineers have completed several VoIP architecture developments, which included the investigation of chip sets and software, for many different VoIP products. These developments also included the detailed design engineering necessary to get these products into production.
Many of our clients have benefited from our expertise with hardware, software, mechanical and acoustic design for VoIP products. We also have an experienced test group and the necessary test equipment to make sure products meet all applicable specifications and standards. Whether you need help with a portion of your VoIP project development or need an entire design team to get the job done, we have hardware and software product engineers with the VoIP and voice terminal experience that you need.
Our VoIP Product Engineering, VoIP Hardware Development, and VoIP Software Development experience includes:
- Other proprietary protocols
- Agere T8300 family
- Broadcom BCM1100 family and PhoneXchange™ software
- Texas Instruments TNET family and Telogy Software
For information about our Acoustic Echo Canceller algorithm developed specifically for VoIP applications, click here.
To contact our Business Development team or request more information about VoIP Product Engineering, VoIP Hardware Development, or VoIP Software Development click here.
- VoIP Solutions (Printable PDF, 1,195k)