Tom Murphy
E&E; Public Relations
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Martin Schenk
Centillium Communications
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ATLANTA, June 2, 2003 -

Centillium Communications (Nasdaq:CTLM), innovator of global broadband access technology, will be exhibiting the benefits of higher bandwidth and longer reach ADSL2/ADSL2plus technology at Telecommunications Magazine’s “10 Hottest Technologies of 2003” Pavilion at the Supercomm 2003 trade show in Atlanta, Ga. from June 1-5.

Telecommunications Magazine has selected ADSL2/ADSL2plus as a standard that will have a major impact on the industry as it is rolled out by service providers. Centillium participated in developing these standards and is now delivering ADSL2-capable chipsets to the industry.

ADSL2/ADSL2plus will enable service providers to greatly extend bandwidth and distance and will accelerate the deployment of the technology, according to Telecommunications Magazine. Centillium is now enabling equipment builders to design systems that will deliver ADSL2/ADSL2plus-compliant service with its groundbreaking chipsets powered by Centillium’s eXtremeDSLMAX ™ technology.

For more information about the latest capabilities that Centillium is providing to the industry, please drop by Telecommunications Magazine’s “10 Hottest Technologies” Pavilion number 110 HO or visit the company’s Website at

About Centillium Communications
Centillium Communications, Inc. combines technical innovation and customer commitment to make broadband communications - in business and at home - a practical reality. The company designs and markets communications chipsets for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) central office and customer premises equipment and for carrier- and enterprise-class Voice over Packet (VoP) gateways and switches. The Centillium Communications headquarters are located at 47211 Lakeview Blvd., Fremont, CA 94538. Additional information is available at
Centillium, Centillium's logo, eXtremeDSLMAX and Maximus are trademarks of Centillium Communications, Inc. in the U.S. and certain other countries. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.

About “10 Hottest Technologies” Pavilion
Telecommunications® Magazine, the Official Service Provider publication for Supercomm, and Supercomm are teaming up to present the first ever “10 Hottest Technologies” Pavilion at Supercomm 2003. In a highlighted area of the exhibit floor, attendees will see and experience emerging technologies that will soon help service providers maximize their existing investments while moving forward with next-gen services. The “10 Hottest Technologies” for 2003 as chosen by Telecommunications® Magazine are: Session Controllers, Wi-Fi, Virtual Private LAN Service, ADSL2/ADSL2plus, data over SONET, RF/Fiber Extension, Inventory Management, Coarse WDM, Next-Gen Mobile Switching Centers, and TDM over MPLS. Read about the 10 Hottest Technologies in the April issue of Telecommunications® Magazine and then see them in action in June at Supercomm.

Centillium Communications and the Centillium logo are trademarks of Centillium Communications.

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