TI Leads DSL Central Office Market in China

3/27/2003 - Through engagements with the leading Chinese DSL central office (CO) equipment manufacturers, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) has become the leading DSL solution provider for China's DSL infrastructure build out. The DSL market in China added almost two million subscribers and reached almost four million lines deployed in 2002. Over fifty percent of the CO ports deployed in 2002 utilized TI's infrastructure chipsets to deliver high-performance DSL and robust interoperability that is fueling the intense growth of the China DSL market.

"TI has been working with the leading Chinese CO equipment manufacturers for several years to support the build-out of the most promising DSL market worldwide," said Greg Jones, general manager of TI's DSL Business Unit. "Now that China's DSL infrastructure is on its way, TI is working with manufacturers to deliver easy and affordable DSL modems to Chinese consumers like we have in North America."

Through relationships with several customer premises equipment (CPE) manufacturers in Asia, TI will deliver the same high performance and strong interoperability that is being used by the top two OEMs in the U.S. DSL market. Additionally, TI is driving the next generation of DSL capabilities that will promote further DSL market expansion with integrated 802.11 wireless networking, ADSL2 and ADSL2+.

About Texas Instruments DSL
Texas Instruments provides customers low-power, high-density DSL infrastructure solutions and the building blocks for a variety of DSL CPE including bridges, routers, voice-enabled and 802.11-enabled solutions for local loop deployments. Leveraging the company´s history of innovation in DSL technology development, interoperability testing, customer support and manufacturing capabilities, TI enables customers to meet the requirements of operators worldwide. TI´s DSL business is part of TI´s comprehensive portfolio of broadband solutions including cable modems, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) gateways, carrier infrastructure, and 802.11 wireless networking. (See www.ti.com/dsl.)

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