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AANetcom - PMC  Profile

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AANetcom - PMC  Company Overview

AANetcom developed the industry's first CMOS octal backplane transceiver (OctalPHY) which boosts the bandwidth at the backplane where the line cards interface to the switching fabric. AANetcom was a privately held, fabless semiconductor company located in Allentown, Pennsylvania and San Jose, California. AANetcom's technology is designed for use in gigabit or terabit switches and routers, telecommunication access equipment, and optical networking switches in applications ranging from the enterprise to the core of the Internet.

AANetcom was acquired by PMC-Sierra (now PMC) in April, 2000. PMC is a leading provider of broadband communications and storage semiconductors for metro, access, fiber to the home, wireless infrastructure, storage, laser printers and customer premises equipment. PMC offers worldwide technical and sales support.

AANetcom - PMC  Products

The types of products manufactured by AANetcom - PMC include CMOS octal backplane transceivers (OctalPHY) and LAN Controllers.

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