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Cologne Chip Designs  Profile

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Cologne Chip Designs  Company Overview

Cologne Chip Designs develops and manufactures ISDN controller ICs for Basic Rate and Primary Rate Access. The company offers single-chip solutions for ISDN cards and ISDN terminal adapters (for Internet access over USB, PCI or PCMCIA). Besides PC applications, there are highly integrated HDLC controller and ISDN transceiver chips available for almost all kind of embedded applications (such like ISDN PBX, digital phones, VoIP gateways, Integrated Access Devices (IAD), POS terminals, LAN routers, ISDN test equipment and video conferencing).

Cologne Chip Designs  Products

The types of products manufactured by Cologne Chip Designs include ISDN Controller ICs.

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