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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- Mindspeed Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:MSPD), a leading supplier of semiconductor solutions for network infrastructure applications, and Jungo Ltd., a leading provider of small office/home office (SOHO) and server message block (SMB) gateway software platforms, today announced that the two companies have integrated Jungo's OpenSMB application running on Mindspeed's Comcerto 800 voice and data processor. Mindspeed and Jungo have teamed together to allow original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to simplify development cycles and accelerate time-to-market for IP-PBX and VPN router equipment.

Jungo's OpenSMB provides a complete platform for the creation of advanced SMB networking devices such as business firewall and virtual private network (VPN) routers, converged voice and data gateways and enterprise IP-PBX systems. Jungo will demonstrate the OpenSMB solution on the Comcerto 800 processor in booth C-26 at the Embedded Technology Show, Nov. 16-18, in Yokohama, Japan.

"We are excited to have completed a scalable SMB platform using Mindspeed's Comcerto processors. Jungo's OpenSMB is a fully featured software platform that complements Mindspeed's carrier-class voice quality and scaleability," said Udi Yujtman, Jungo's vice president of business development.

"Mindspeed is focused on reducing time-to-market and execution risk for our customers," said Steve McClure, executive director of marketing for Mindspeed. "Jungo is a leading developer of Linux-based residential and business gateway software platforms. Working with Jungo enables our customers to develop complete enterprise-class integrated service routers supporting NIST-certified VPN, wirespeed routing and carrier-class voice, fax, and point-of-sale modems for small business and enterprise applications." The Comcerto 800 offers a unique architecture which partitions data and voice real-time processing from non-real-time host applications providing industry-leading quality of service for mixed-media applications. This fundamental QoS structure allows OEMs to develop Comcerto 800-based VPN routing platforms supporting from four to a full T1/E1 of G.729 voice channels while maintaining Mindspeed's industry-leading carrier-class voice quality. The Comcerto 800 supports AES, DES, 3DES, SHA-1, MMH and is NIST-certified.

Mindspeed's OpenMind program helps to facilitate the new standards-based VoIP development model using the company's single-chip Comcerto processing platform, which integrates an application control and signaling processor with a real-time media-stream processor to provide a deterministic architecture capable of scaling from data-only applications to full packet telephony capabilities operating on hundreds of voice channels.

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