SyChip launches wireless VoIP module for handsets

Chip maker SyChip has introduced a wireless VoIP module designed for use in dual-mode cellular/WiFi mobile phones. The module, called the VWLAN7100 CSM, is a solution that includes all the hardware and software necessary to add wireless VoIP and data functions to a standard cell phone. The module allows a mobile phone to roam between a cellular network and a WLAN. The module also supports other data access, including email and Web browsing, on both cellular and WiFi networks.

For more on SyChip's new dual-model wireless VoIP module:
- go to this press release

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