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9/15/2006 EDN: What’s Wrong with IP TV?
  Electronic News sat down to discuss the future of Internet Protocol (IP) television, or IP TV, with Faraj Aalaei, CEO and co-founder of Centillium; Jim Bennette, VP of business development at Digital Fountain; Geng Lin, VP of Software Engineering at Netopia; and Jim Olson, executive VP at Tandberg TV. What follows are excerpts of that conversation. story
9/5/2006 Seeking Alpha: Winners and Losers in the Optical Communications Market
9/1/2006 Electronic Design: Digital Voice And Video Get A New VDSL2 Solution
  Digital subscriber line (DSL) technology provides the greatest percentage of broadband access in the world, with a market share exceeding 60%. As carriers roll out the faster ADSL2/2+/2++ systems, DSL is hard pressed to deal with the growing need for greater speeds as well as the new Voice over Internet Protocol and Internet Protocol TV services. Enter the still faster very high-data-rate DSL (VDSL) and VDSL2 (see "ADSL/ VDSL Micro-Primer" at, Drill Deeper 13265). Centillium Communications' Arion chip set implements VDSL2 for central-office (CO) access hardware and customer premise equipment (CPE). These chips will help DSLAM equipment and set-top box manufacturers take advantage of the 100-Mbit/s symmetrical data rates as well as the new standard's 60% longer reach. story
8/30/2006 DigiTimes: TSMC looking to charge SMIC US$130 million for alleged stolen IP
8/3/2006 IPso Facto...
7/15/2006 Research and Markets: DSL IC Chipsets: The Emergence of VDSL2
7/14/2006 Research and Markets: System on a Chip - Global Strategic Business Report
7/10/2006 Research and Markets: Semiconductors - Global Strategic Business Report

Vivian Chen
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Centillium Communications

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The Hoffman Agency

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