Shinko Shoji Group to Provide Telecom DSP Software to Japanese Market

MOSCOW, RUSSIA and TOKYO, JAPAN - SPIRIT Corp, the software developer for Texas Instruments' DSP platforms in Europe, and Shinko Shoji Group, a Japanese trading company specializing in Electronic Components and services to the manufactures, signed a partnership agreement by which Shinko Shoji is to represent SPIRIT Corp in Japan with a range of communications DSP software for telecom and semiconductor Industries. The agreement is targeted to extend the range of services Shinko-Shoji offers to its DSP chip customers in Japan. A range of DSP software algorithms provided by SPIRIT includes VoIP, speech compression (standard and proprietary vocoders), sophisticated speech processing, telephony signaling, acoustic and line echo cancellers, data & fax modems, GPS software design for Texas Instruments' TMS 320 range of DSPs. All of these products will be available from Shinko Shoji and provided with extensive support and maintenance. "SPIRIT is dedicated to providing the best price/performance voice and data solutions for industrial customers," said Andrew Sviridenko, founding CEO of SPIRIT Corp. " Having software algorithms already used by more than 50 companies worldwide and successful track record on Japan market we are pleased to even more facilitate our Japan ties and explore the opportunity of deeper penetration to the local market. " With the branched family of products such as RealDuplex Hands-free solution dedicated to be used in speakerphone and conferencing devices, Advanced Acoustic Echo Canceling + Line Echo Canceling technologies, Automatic Speech Recognition software for modern voice dialing systems, and much more, SPIRIT's communication DSP software is supposed to be of high demand in Telecom OEM area in Japan.
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