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Integrated Telecom Technology - PMC  Profile

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Integrated Telecom Technology - PMC  Company Overview

Integrated Telecom Technology, Inc., known as "IgT" was a fabless semiconductor company founded in 1991 by Ken Lee in Gaithersburg, Maryland. IgT was one of the first companies to focus on semiconductors for the communications marketplace. The AAL1Gator device was designed to connect to T1/E1 framers sold by PMC-Sierra. The success of the AAL1gator device drove the sales of many additional T1/E1 framers by PMC. This led to the acquisition of IgT by PMC-Sierra, Inc. (now PMC) in May, 1998. PMC is a leading provider of broadband communications and storage semiconductors for metro, access, fiber to the home, wireless infrastructure, storage, laser printers and customer premises equipment. PMC offers worldwide technical and sales support.

Integrated Telecom Technology - PMC  Products

The types of products manufactured by Integrated Telecom Technology - PMC include DSL and Networking ICs.

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