SHELTON, Conn. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — September 15, 2009 — TranSwitch® Corporation (NASDAQ: TXCC), a leading provider of carrier-class semiconductor solutions for the converging data, video and voice wireline and wireless networks, announced that it will be a featured presenter at the Linley Tech Processor Conference in San Jose, CA on Wednesday, September 16, 2009. The Linley conference is a two-day event drawing participants from virtually every major industry constituent to share information on the newest chips and technologies used in networking and communications applications.
With the deployment of higher bandwidth broadband access technologies, such as passive optical network (PON), IEEE 802.11n Wi-Fi and 3G/4G wireless, and the rollout of triple-play and quad-play services, end-user demand for bandwidth has increased markedly, from tens to hundreds of megabits. This increase in demand for bandwidth has created the need for a new generation of communications processors that supports packet processing at gigabit rates.
Victor Simileysky, Systems Architect of TranSwitch’s CPE and Optical Products, will discuss the features that processors must support to meet new bandwidth demands while simultaneously complying with seemingly conflicting requirements for reduced power consumption and bill of materials (BOM) cost. The presentation will address how TranSwitch’s recently introduced Atlanta 2000 processor fulfills these next generation performance requirements and establishes a new set of industry benchmarks for Broadband Access Processors.
Atlanta 2000 is a highly programmable System-on-Chip (SoC), offering robust gateway routing, security and VoIP capabilities. Its unmatched performance and power efficiency enables customers to develop the next generation of high-performance ‘green’ networking products and services for residential, small office / home office (SOHO), and small to medium-sized business (SMB) customer premise equipment (CPE) applications. TranSwitch has made a significant investment in Communications Processor development over the past several years. The Atlanta 2000 is the latest member of its award winning Atlanta series of processors which were first introduced in 2005.
For further information about this event visit: http://www.linleygroup.com/Seminars/processor_conference_2009.html.
About TranSwitch Corporation
TranSwitch Corporation (NASDAQ: TXCC) designs, develops and markets innovative semiconductors and technologies that provide core functionality and complete solutions for voice, data and video communications network equipment. As a leading supplier to telecom, datacom, cable television and wireless markets, TranSwitch customers include the major OEMs that serve the worldwide public network, the Internet, and corporate Wide Area Networks (WANs). TranSwitch devices are inherently flexible, many incorporating embedded programmable microcontrollers to rapidly meet customers’ new requirements or evolving network standards by modifying a function via software instruction. TranSwitch implements global communications standards in its VLSI solutions and is committed to providing high-quality products and services. TranSwitch, Shelton, CT, is an ISO 9001:2000 registered company. For more information, visit www.transwitch.com.
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David Aquilino, 203-929-8810 ext. 2257