TranSwitch is a Delaware corporation incorporated on April 26, 1988. We design, develop and market highly integrated semiconductor devices, also referred to as very large scale integration (VLSI) devices, that provide core functionality in voice and data communications network equipment deployed in the global communications network infrastructure. In addition to their high degree of functionality, our products incorporate digital and mixed-signal (analog and digital) processing capabilities, providing comprehensive system-on-a-chip (SOC) solutions to our customers.
TranSwitch® Corporation is an innovative VLSI solutions company supporting voice, data and video communications network equipment worldwide. With more than 400 customers, TranSwitch has strong, collaborative relationships with all major Tier 1 OEMs who use the company's products for Metro and Access network platforms.
The Company has introduced many "first-to-market" products for SONET/SDH, ATM and broadband technologies. Its devices support framing, mapping, multiplexing, adaptation, traffic and bandwidth management, as well as the latest technologies, such as Ethernetover- SONET/SDH. Our product portfolio provides complete solutions for Broadband, Transport, and Switching applications from T1/E1 through OC-48/STM-16 rates.
TranSwitch technology and products are field-tested allowing carriers, multiple service operators, and wireless operators to introduce new revenue-generating services with incremental upgrades to the existing network. Using TranSwitch VLSI devices, OEM suppliers can effectively integrate TDM, ATM, and Ethernet as well as other types of data services in a single platform improving the network efficiency and reducing overall costs for the carriers.
TranSwitch products interoperate easily with industry standard interfaces providing a complete solution from end-to-end for Metro and Access platforms. TranSwitch, based in Shelton, CT, is an ISO 9001:2000 registered company.
System-level IC Solutions for Routers, DSLAM and ONT/OLT Gear
Cost-effective Solutions for Bit Rate Independent and Protocol Agnostic Interfaces
Delivering Network Convergence for Triple-play Markets