Wireless chipmaker CSR has developed a VoIP phone that may be sold for under $20 or just a tenth of the average cost of current models. The company plans to license UniVox to handset manufacturers and sees the release of the product by the second half of next year. The phone uses CSR’s UniFi tri-band Wi-Fi chip, which is intended for low-power embedded applications, and renders up to 20 hours of talk time. It supports SIP, IAX2 VoIP, WEP, WPA and 802.11i security.
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