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TELES Selects TranSwitch’s Atlanta 2000 Solution for 3G Cellular Broadband Gateways

TranSwitch Corporation (NASDAQ: TXCC), a leading provider of semiconductor solutions in the rapidly growing consumer electronics and telecommunications markets, today announced a design win with TELES for a new 3G Cellular Broadband Gateway. TranSwitch’s Atlanta 2000™ gigabit communications processors have been selected by TELES, a leading provider of routing and switching solutions for voice and data communications, for its CELLX product family.

“We are excited to be working closely with TranSwitch to deliver robust and innovative Cellular Broadband Gateways for our business and retail customers,” said Oliver Olbrich, President at TELES. “Our new CELLX Gateways use TranSwitch’s industry-leading Atlanta 2000 communications processor to provide exceptional call clarity, advanced network management capabilities, and world-class Quality of Service (QoS). This level of performance and reliability represents a compelling, competitive advantage, validated by qualification at several US carriers and continued global sales traction.”

“We are very pleased that TELES has selected our Atlanta 2000 communications processors for its new 3G Cellular Broadband Gateways,” said Tim Blanke, vice president of sales and marketing at TranSwitch. “TranSwitch’s communications processor family provides excellent performance and reliability for VoIP systems and, as a result, our solutions are adopted in communications equipment developed by leading manufacturers in this market space. We look forward to supporting TELES as it expands its Broadband Cellular Gateway business in the US.”

TranSwitch’s Atlanta 2000 communications processor family provides wirespeed Gigabit routing performance for small packets, with scalability of up to eight low-bit-rate voice channels. This level of performance maximizes packet-processing throughput, enabling service providers to satisfy the demand for voice and data services in both residential and commercial applications.

CELLX Key Features:

  • Business Continuity/Emergency Failover: CELLX offers immediate voice service where fixed network isn’t ready
  • Fallback: CELLX enables wireless cellular trunking in addition to and in place of VoIP in the event of landline outage
  • CELLX allows non desk-bound workers to leverage their cell phones to your company’s advantage
  • Last Mile: CELLX saves money and time by optimizing wireless routing

TranSwitch's Atlanta 2000 Key Features:

  • 2 Gbps, wire-speed routing throughput performance
  • Wirespeed IEEE 802.11n WiFi data throughput performance
  • Comprehensive, Telco-quality, DSP-based voice solution
  • Wideband voice with no degradation of data throughput performance
  • Triple Play QoS
  • IPSec and SSL/TLS VPN hardware acceleration
  • Intrusion Detection / Prevention (IDS/IPS)
  • Power consumption of less than 1.3W typical
  • Low BOM cost due to a high degree of integration
  • Interconnection flexibility with GbE, USB2.0, PCIe, and PCI interfaces
  • Linux based SDK, turn-key gateway and IP-PBX router software platforms
  • LTE gateway reference design including software and board-level design
  • Advanced network management functionality, such as TR-69 and TR-104

About TranSwitch Corporation

TranSwitch Corporation (Nasdaq: TXCC) provides innovative integrated circuit (IC) and intellectual property (IP) solutions that deliver core functionality for video, voice, and data communications equipment for the customer premises and network infrastructure markets. For the customer-premises market, we offer multi-standard, high-speed interconnect solutions enabling the distribution and presentation of high-definition (HD) video and data content for consumer electronics applications. We also provide a family of best-in-class communications processors. For the network infrastructure market we provide integrated multi-core network processor System-on-a-Chip (SoC) solutions for Fixed, 3G and 4G Mobile, VoIP and Multimedia applications. TranSwitch’s customers are leading consumer electronics and telecom equipment companies around the globe. To learn more, please visit http://www.transwitch.com or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

About TELES

TELES Communications Corp., TCC, provides access equipment and solutions for voice communications. TCC solutions are designed to meet the needs of small and medium-sized businesses as well as distributed enterprises. TCCs parent company, Berlin-based TELES AG Informationstechnologien delivers access, routing and switching equipment, services and solutions for voice and data communications to over 300 customers in the global telecommunications industry. The Deutsche Boerse Prime Standard listed company runs branch offices in Austria and in the USA (California). For additional information, visit www.teles.de.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions. These risks and uncertainties, which are more fully described in TranSwitch’s Annual and Quarterly Reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, include changes in market conditions in the industries in which the Company operate and risks in product development and market acceptance of and demand for TranSwitch’s products and products developed by TranSwitch’s customers. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should the assumption prove incorrect, actual results may vary in material aspects from those currently anticipated.

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