Broadcom Squeezes Voice-Over-Wi-Fi Into Two ICs

In a move to convert the residential phone into an Internet appliance capable of handling voice and data traffic, Broadcom Corp. has condensed all of its Wi-Fi and voice-over-Internet Protocol hardware and software technologies into two chips. A phone equipped with the chip set could replace a consumer’s cordless phone, but would also browse the Web, and send e-mail or instant messages, without compromising voice quality or battery life, Broadcom said.
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