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Octasic  Profile

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Octasic  Company Overview

Octasic Inc. is a fabless semiconductor company, founded in May 1998. With headquarters in Montreal, Canada, Octasic has approximately seventy employees, primarily engineers with expertise in voice packetization and processing. Octasic's silicon solutions offer next generation network equipment providers a unique advantage: the ability to address the key VoP technology requirements, with industry-leading scalability, while remaining flexible and compatible with existing implementations.

Octasic  Products

The types of products manufactured by Octasic include OCT6100, OCT9600, OCTWARE SoftEcho, OCT8304, OCT7102, OCT9320, and OCT9360.

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