Lantiq, ZyXEL enable VoLTE on multi-service gateway

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Lantiq's XWAY GRX288Broadband network processor powers ZyXELS LTE5121 gateway manages VoLTE software stack, which provides native voice and other rich media services

BANGALORE, INDIA: Lantiq and ZyXEL Communications announced that ZyXEL's LTE5121LTE solutions multi-service gateway now supports Voice over LTE (VoLTE).
Having VoLTE on a fixed LTE gateway platform allows communications carriers to deliver wireless broadband triple-play services to subscribers, says a release.

Wayne Hwang, assistant vice president, Wireless Strategy Business Unit, ZyXEL:"By incorporating the Lantiq network processor, the ZyXEL LTE5121 gateway is able to provide the processing headroom to support multiple advanced communications capabilities. This allows us to respond to market evolution quickly and deliver platforms that allow our customers to provide rich media and other premium services to their subscribers."

Lantiq's XWAY GRX288Broadband network processor that powers the LTE5121 gateway manages VoLTE software stack, which provides native voice and other rich media services. Lantiq also provides the required voice-line service chip (XWAY SLIC110) needed to use standard phone terminals in a home or small business, adds the release.

Dirk Wieberneit, head, Customer Premises Equipment Business Unit, Lantiq said: "ZyXEL has long recognized that carriers have to support a wide range of subscriber services while achieving economies in the platforms they have to support. The LTE5121 is precisely the type of powerful, modular gateway carriers need to meet these dual requirements. Our highly integrated GRX288 network processor helps ZyXEL to address these challenging market requirements."

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