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Centillium Communications  Profile

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Centillium Communications  Company Overview

Centillium is a leading provider of broadband access solutions with innovative systems-level products for the consumer, enterprise and service provider markets.

In July, 2008, Centillium Communications was acquired by TranSwitch Corporation.

Subsequently, TranSwitch Corporation filed for bankruptcy in November, 2013.  The company was liquidated and its High Speed Interface IP assets were purchased by Cadence.

TranSwitch is no longer in business and does not maintain an active website.

Centillium Communications  Products

The types of products manufactured by Centillium Communications include Mixed-signal integrated circuits and related hardware and software applications for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), Optical Networkin, and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) products.

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