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Netergy Networks - 8x8  Profile

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Netergy Microelectronics, Inc., a subsidiary of 8x8, Inc., is the only VoIP outfitter delivering comprehensive, field-proven, semiconductor, software and custom designs to OEMs. Netergy's ICs and software can be found at the core of next-generation packet telephony products, such as IP phones and fax hubs, broadband residential and enterprise gateways, voice-over-broadband modems, and integrated access devices. In January 2004, Leadtek Research Inc. acquired Netergy Microelectronics's VIP1 video semiconductor development effort. Today, 8x8 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.

Netergy Networks - 8x8  Products

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