SAN JOSE, Calif., March 6, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DSP Group ®, Inc. (Nasdaq:DSPG), a leading global provider of wireless chipset solutions for converged communications, announced today that its innovative XciteR™ VoIP chipset solution was chosen by InnoMedia for use in the company's residential Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) product line. InnoMedia is an innovative manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and broadband Enterprise SIP Gateway (ESG) products. A state-of-the-art, highly integrated system-on-a-chip solution (SoC), XciteR is ideal for the development of small, high-performing and feature-rich ATAs at low cost and fast time to market. InnoMedia's single-port and 2-port residential ATAs enable legacy analog telephones, fax machines, conference telephones and other analog devices to access IP-based telephony services. Targeting small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) and consumers, the VoIP ATA extends the value of investments in analog devices, while facilitating migration to richer, lower-priced DECT/CAT-iq based IP services. Anchored by a high-performance ARM926™ application processor running Linux OS and a strong DSP processor, XciteR is suitable for developing multiple innovative VoIP endpoints. Providing the market's best price-performance as well as a myriad of embedded software features, including fax over IP (FoIP) and NAT routing, the chipset solution ensures minimal development investment and a low bill of materials (BOM). "Our decision to use DSP Group's XciteR chipset in our new ATAs is driven by its high level of integration, superior cost-performance and DECT/CAT-iq support," said Shailesh Patel, Senior Director, Product Management at InnoMedia. "The solution offers us a solid foundation for developing a wide range of low-cost, feature-rich adapters that further solidifies our leadership in the highly evolving VoIP market." "We're pleased to be working with InnoMedia on the development of its next-generation series of ATAs," said Fredy Rabih, Vice President, VoIP Product Management at DSP Group. "The alliance boosts our rising market share in the IP space, as we continue to set the industry's standard for adapters and IP phones and move full steam ahead on our robust VoIP roadmap," he concluded.