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Linux powers multimedia-enabled 4-line VoIP phone

Jun 15, 2007 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 7 views

SysMaster used embedded Linux to create a four-line IP (Internet protocol) video phone with built-in PBX and audio/video playback capabilities. The Tornado M20 can help network operators deliver voice or audio/video services to consumers and business users, according to the company.

Based on a TI RISC/DSP processor, the M20 can output video or audio content to attached audio/video equipment, or render content on its built-in 3.5-inch screen. The device can connect via wired or wireless (802.11b) Ethernet, and needs no central SIP server to make or receive calls within local-area networks (LANs), the company says.

Learn more about the M20 by clicking below to read our full Device Profile:

Device Profile: SysMaster Tornado M20 4-line VoIP phone

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