San Diego-based Continuous Computing, a provider of telecom systems, has signed two new partnerships today. Continuous said that it has joined Texas Instruments' third party network, and signed a partnership with RadioFrame Networks. Continuous uses TI's TMS320C64x digital signal processors in its media blade systems for voice and video. Continuous also said that it has partnered with RadioFrame Networks, to help that firm develop its next generation products. RadioFrame will use the Continuous Trillium software to develop its products. Continuous Computing's Trillium software implements key communications protocols such as VoIP, IMS, and SS7.
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Continuous Computing Adds Partners