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To unveil 40-gig and 10-gig VLSI solutions for the broadband optical network market during OFC 2002

March 13, 2002

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WESTON, Mass. -- OptiX Networks Inc. ("OptiX"), a private, closely held, fabless communications semiconductor company headquartered in Boston, Mass., announced today its entry into the 40 Gb/s and 10 Gb/s communications semiconductor market in partnership with TranSwitch Corporation (Nasdaq:TXCC), a leading developer and global supplier of innovative high-speed VLSI solutions for communications applications. "OptiX believes that the long-term outlook for the optical transport market is tremendous," said Ed McCann, founding CEO and director of OptiX. "Internet traffic is growing rapidly and carriers must continue to deploy higher speed systems and make the infrastructure more efficient in order to lower their operating expenses and facilitate rapid service provisioning. OptiX solutions are designed to address these fundamental transport needs with a high degree of integration, programmability and cost-effectiveness."Optix Networks Inc.TranSwitch Corp.For more information on OFC 2002, please visit: www.nottheofc.com

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