Further, Vitesse offers a range of transport processing products, such as framers, mappers, and switches, which support data rates up to 10 Gbit/s for SONET/SDH, Eo S, and OTN applications.It markets and sells its products directly to OEMs and original design manufacturers, as well as through third-party electronic component distributors and manufacturing service providers.Its founders came out of Rockwell International and were funded with Million from the Norton corporation.It later raised venture capital from Sequoia Capital and New Enterprise Associates.An alliance of five professional organizations dedicated to disseminating appropriate presentation in which the current amounts and the corresponding amounts for previous periods or dates also are shown. Funds that a borrower must keep on deposit as required by a bank. Goods bought for personal or household use, as distinguished from capital goods or producer’s goods, which are used to produce other goods.An event that might happen but that is not likely or planned. Portion of a business entity expected to remain active.It changed its name to Vitesse Semiconductor in 1987. In 1999, it acquired Xa Qti and in 2000, acquired Sitera Vitesse was one of the early developers of gallium arsenide (Ga As) based integrated circuits.
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Vitesse Semiconductor was a fabless American semiconductor company based in Camarillo, California, which developed high-performance Ethernet integrated circuits solutions for Carrier, Enterprise networks.
On March 18, 2015 Microsemi Corporation and Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation jointly announced that Microsemi would acquire Vitesse. Vitesse was founded by Al Joseph in 1984 as Vitesse Electronics Corporation.
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