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IIT Integrated InformationTech - 8x8 Inc  Profile

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IIT Integrated InformationTech - 8x8 Inc  Company Overview

IIT produced floating point coprocessor and graphics accelerator chips for the mass-market personal computer market during the early 1990s. The floating coprocessors were produced for the 286, 386 and 486 generations of microprocessors. The company also started a 486 compatible microprocessor chip project, but this project was never completed. In 1997, the company stopped these other product lines to return to its roots in videoconferencing chips and changed its name to 8x8 Inc. The company had an initial public offering in the same year. In 2003, 8x8 decided to devote more of its resources to the promotion, distribution and development of the Packet8 voice and video communications service and announced the end of life of its VoIP semiconductor products. 8x8, Inc., originator of the Packet8 Broadband Phone Service, is now one of the industry's leading VoIP (voice over internet protocol) and videophone communications service providers. Since its establishment in 1987, 8x8 has contributed to the advancement of voice and video communications on both technology and service provision levels. The company currently holds 49 United States patents with additional patents pending. The Packet8 (www.packet8.net) residential phone service, introduced in November 2002, incorporates 8x8's proprietary technology in an affordable, easy-to-use calling service delivered over DSL, cable modem or other high speed internet connections. In March 2004, 8x8 introduced the Packet8 Virtual Office system, a full-featured hosted PBX VoIP solution for small to medium sized businesses. Two months later, the Packet8 DV 326 Broadband consumer VideoPhone was unveiled at Supercomm 2004 and has since received high marks for its exceptional quality, ease of use and consumer friendly pricing. Until 2003, 8x8 concentrated on the VoIP semiconductor market through its subsidiaries Netergy Microelectronics, Inc. By 2003, it had shifted its focus from the semiconductor business to VoIP and video communications services. Today, the company focuses on voice, video, and mobile IP services in the form of residential plans, business plans, international plans and exclusive video plans and no longer manufacturers electronic components.

IIT Integrated InformationTech - 8x8 Inc  Products

The types of products manufactured by IIT Integrated InformationTech - 8x8 Inc include Floating Point Math Coprocessors, Graphics Accelerator ICs, and Video Conferencing ICs.

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