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Allayer Communications - Broadcom  Profile

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Allayer Communications - Broadcom  Company Overview

Allayer Communications designs silicon solutions that enable High Bandwidth Optical and Enterprise Switches to be smarter and faster. Founded in 1997, Allayer designs the most flexible, high performance, and scalable ICs for Optical and Ethernet switching applications. Allayer products are used by systems OEMs who manufacture state-of-the-art networking equipment for network edges and backbones.

Allayer Communications was acquired by Broadcom Corp. in 2000.

Allayer Communications - Broadcom  Products

The types of products manufactured by Allayer Communications - Broadcom include Dual-port Gigabit Ethernet Switching ICs, 10/100 stand-alone switch ICs, RoX-II Switch ICs, RoX Management Interface ICs, Fast Ethernet Fiber to TP Media Converter ICs, Media converters, Ethernet/Packet Over SONET (EOS/POS) ICs, Optical Access Router ICs, and OC192/OC768 Switching Processors.

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