Broadcom Adds VOIP Chips

Broadcom announced two new VOIP devices for consumer applications at the Spring 2006 VON Conference and Expo

March 15, 2006

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Broadcom Corporation (Nasdaq: BRCM - News), a global leader in semiconductors for wired and wireless communications, today announced two new voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) devices for consumer applications at the Spring 2006 VON Conference and Expo, March 15th to 17th at the San Jose Convention Center. The two new devices, a terminal adapter (TA) router chip and a low cost IP phone chip, can be used as standalone VoIP processors to enable leading OEMs and ODMs to create feature-rich and cost-effective TA routers or desktop IP phones for the home or small office. They can also be paired with market-leading Broadcom® 54g(TM) Wi-Fi® technology to create wireless versions of the same products.

The new devices expand Broadcom's existing IP phone product portfolio, which includes Wi-Fi phone and Wi-Fi video phone platforms, voice-enabled cable and DSL modems, and Ethernet IP phones, to make the Broadcom consumer VoIP offering second to none in the industry.

"Broadcom provides its customers with a one-stop-shop for high quality, low cost VoIP solutions for consumer applications," said Monika Gupta, Product Marketing Manager, Broadcom Consumer VoIP products. "Our industry-leading IP phone, wireless LAN, cable modem, and DSL modem technologies, coupled with our field-proven VoIP software platform, put us in the unique position to offer a compelling suite of consumer VoIP solutions."

Broadcom Corp. (Nasdaq: BRCM)

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