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Basis Communications - Intel  Profile

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Basis Communications - Intel  Company Overview

Basis designs and markets advanced semiconductors and other products used in equipment that directs traffic across the Internet and corporate networks. The company's Service-Specific Network Processors and related software are targeted for a range of "network access" systems (such as switches linking local area networks to the Internet) and customer premise equipment (CPE) used in homes and small to medium-size offices.

In addition to network processors,Basis offers a portfolio of wide area network (WAN) and serial communication semiconductor products, as well as PC card and "interface" controller devices targeted at the communications equipment market segments. Basis has built on this portfolio of innovative "narrowband" communications devices in order to create leadership products for WAN applications using its network processor platform.

Basis was acquired by Intel in March, 2000.

Basis Communications - Intel  Products

The types of products manufactured by Basis Communications - Intel include Network Processor ICs, Serial Communication ICs.

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