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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- D2 Technologies, the market leader in embedded software platforms that power IP communications, today announced the availability of D2’s vPort VoIP software on Freescale Semiconductor’s MPC8323E PowerQUICC® II Pro System on Chip (SoC) platform, aimed at today’s most advanced integrated access devices (IADs) for the small-to-medium-size business and home-based office. D2’s vPort on Freescale’s multi-protocol processor enhanced with its e300 Power Architecture core solves a key problem for OEMs and ODMs: the delivery of rich voice features, performance and quality for triple- and quadruple-play voice/video/data/wireless access devices without increased power requirements. Attendees at the Spring VON.x 2008 conference, being held March 17-20, can be among the first to see a demonstration of the communications solution in Room K of the San Jose (CA) McEnery Convention Center.

“OEMs today need to meet the three Cs of the communications marketplace – convergence, compatibility and cost – and the MPC8323E has been designed specifically to achieve these benchmarks with minimal power consumption,” said Nikolay Guenov, Power Architecture portfolio manager for Freescale’s Networking Systems Division. “With D2’s optimized support for voice performance and delivery, the SoC offers manufacturers a way to economically deliver the additional functionality and faster interfaces required for devices and today’s varied business applications.”

In a separate release:

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- D2 Technologies, the market leader in embedded software platforms that power IP communications, today announced that its flagship embedded VoIP product, vPort, has increased its universal mobility capabilities by resolving the problem posed by firewalls and Network Address Translation (NAT) traversal. Through broader support for the Internet Engineering Task Force’s (IETF) standards, including STUN, TURN and ICE, vPort eliminates barriers created by disparate communications platforms and individual network security implementations, such as what might exist between a user and a corporate network. As a result, vPort now guarantees the delivery speed and quality of VoIP calls and allows manufacturers to quickly and affordably deliver the latest VoIP-enabled communications devices to market, including dual mode phones, triple- and quadruple-play devices, advanced VoIP adapters/gateways, IP phones and other mobile devices.

“VoIP-enabled devices have traditionally had a problem delivering advanced applications such as online gaming, video and messaging through NATs,” explained Doug Makishima, vice president of marketing and sales at D2 Technologies. “By adding support for the latest IETF standards, vPort now ensures VoIP connectivity regardless of network platform or firewall. This enables customers to develop new products that take full advantage of both traditional SIP-based VoIP and the latest VoIM protocols such as XMPP and other signaling protocols for messaging services such as GoogleTalk, Yahoo!, MSN Messenger and Gizmo.”

D2 Technologies Inc.

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