[sip-comm-dev] SIP-Comm & Embedded Hardware Platform


#1

Hi,

What do you think if SIP-Communicator will be ported for some Embedded
Hardware Platform based on RISC or ARM or another low cost CPU or NPU
(Network Processor Unit) like Intel XScale IXP 42x and/or some TI/ADI DSP
platform (TI DM64x or ADI Blackfin/Fusiv)?

I think that if this will be done then SIP-Communicator will be the
best software in the world for the VoIP Phone.

Are there any enthusiasts and/or specialists in DSP/Embedded systems?

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Miroslav Nachev

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#2

What do you think if SIP-Communicator will be ported for some Embedded
Hardware Platform based on RISC or ARM or another low cost CPU or NPU
(Network Processor Unit) like Intel XScale IXP 42x and/or some TI/ADI DSP
platform (TI DM64x or ADI Blackfin/Fusiv)?

The embedded hardware platforms are not very different these days from
a normal computer. Especially the mobile-phone ones.

Are there any enthusiasts and/or specialists in DSP/Embedded systems?

I'm not an enthusiast or expert, but if need arises I have a nice little
Zaurus nearby. I can run tests on it. It's the XScale, runs
OpenEmbedded, does that sound all right?

The downside probably is that I don't have the J2ME on it - I run the
full blown java stack there.

I think running tests around J2ME would be fine for most of the cases.

Vlado

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#3

Dear Vlado,

   Where are you located - are you Bulgarian?
   If we based on XScale we can use Debian Linux or EmDebian
(www.emdebian.org) or of course OpenEmbedded.

The downside probably is that I don't have the J2ME on it - I run
the full blown java stack there.
I think running tests around J2ME would be fine for most of the
cases.

   Yes, the problem is that SIP-Comm must be used with J2ME because it
is not reasonable to use 512MB or 1GB RAM for one hardware VoIP Phone
which use Java based software.

   Best Regards,
   Miroslav Nachev

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What do you think if SIP-Communicator will be ported for some Embedded
Hardware Platform based on RISC or ARM or another low cost CPU or NPU
(Network Processor Unit) like Intel XScale IXP 42x and/or some TI/ADI DSP
platform (TI DM64x or ADI Blackfin/Fusiv)?

The embedded hardware platforms are not very different these days from
a normal computer. Especially the mobile-phone ones.

Are there any enthusiasts and/or specialists in DSP/Embedded systems?

I'm not an enthusiast or expert, but if need arises I have a nice little
Zaurus nearby. I can run tests on it. It's the XScale, runs
OpenEmbedded, does that sound all right?

The downside probably is that I don't have the J2ME on it - I run the
full blown java stack there.

I think running tests around J2ME would be fine for most of the cases.

Vlado

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#4

   Dear Vlado,

   Where are you located - are you Bulgarian?

Yep, Bulgarian. Currently I'm in Cardiff, Wales

   If we based on XScale we can use Debian Linux or EmDebian
(www.emdebian.org) or of course OpenEmbedded.

Heh, antother debian fan. Which is cool. My preferences for this
platform are still OpenEmbedded though. And ipkg behaves similar to
apt-get + dpkg, so for most purposes it is fine.

Cheers,
Vlado

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On Thu, 2005-12-01 at 10:57 +0200, Miroslav Nachev wrote:

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