OpenPeak announces Atom based home/VOIP phone

"Hoping to put a bit of life into landline/VOIP phones."

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Blinging the Home Phone?

OpenPeak have created a landline or VOIP based telephone system, which integrates telephone calls, messaging, photos, video and internet services into one unit. The new system is called OpenFrame and the technology is based around the Atom processor, and OpenPeak hope that it will have the same effect smartphones had on the mobile phone market. The new system is going to be available to phone service providers from Q1, 2009, and should be available to the public soon after.

 

OpenPeak Home/VOIP Phone

OpenPeak CTO Paul Krzyzanowski said the following regarding the Atom CPU: 

The Intel Atom processor gives us a rapid development environment, critical performance headroom for adding or customizing services, an architecture we can easily transfer to other product models and markets such as enterprise, and – most important from the consumer’s point of view – the best performance we have seen for a processor in its class, it is a core building block of our product family for the foreseeable future.

 

They certainly are eye catching and we look forward to seeing them hit the market. You can view the full press release here. You can also discuss in our forums here.

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23-09-2008, 20:47:58

jonnylaris
looks quite nice the way you have it setup there m8 :)

24-09-2008, 04:34:27

!TIMMY!
I would have the fans pushing air out of the top, not bringing it in (cooler air at the bottom). Thats what I have, 120mm intake at the front and side, 120mm outtake at the back and 2 140mm outtakes at the top.

If that makes sense lol.

24-09-2008, 04:48:04

zzhang
Would that not mean that the top rad will have all the heat from inside the case pushed through it?

24-09-2008, 05:49:52

!TIMMY!
It would yes, but its taking it away from all your other components. Just my preference.

24-09-2008, 06:03:30

zzhang
I'll try both configurations :D although I do remember that negative pressure inside a case is better.

25-09-2008, 17:04:50

JackyBoy
What about thinking outside the box...

[IMG]http://i302.photobucket.com/albums/nn118/bampaign2000/P6250063.jpg[/IMG]


:P

27-09-2008, 09:12:39

agallo




:P



I like how you mounted a triple rad on the back of the case!!! Did you use a mounting kit to put it there or hardware store L brackets?

27-09-2008, 10:11:22

zzhang
Nice set up but I'm going for more of a "stealthy" look :P

27-09-2008, 14:43:23

JackyBoy
haha, yeah it's not very stealthy and f-ing massive now too! But they are personally made brackets, started off as long strips of aluminium and i cut and bent them myself, hard work but im happy, and it's not like you can just buy a fitting kit for what i wanted

27-09-2008, 23:33:47

agallo

haha, yeah it's not very stealthy and f-ing massive now too! But they are personally made brackets, started off as long strips of aluminium and i cut and bent them myself, hard work but im happy, and it's not like you can just buy a fitting kit for what i wanted



I got ya I wont be going as far as you did with two loops. I rather wanted to mount a triple rad on the back of my case, but I should be able to figure it out
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