Erlang Technology Inc. is a fabless semiconductor company that designs, develops and markets leading edge switch fabric components to manufacturers of core, access, enterprise, and metropolitan area network equipment.

The company was founded by Dr. Paul Min, along with core members of the renowned Research Group in Telecommunications (RGIT), at Washington University, in St. Louis. Between, 1993 and 2000, Dr. Min led core members of RGIT to design and implement several generations of prototype switch fabric chipsets. Today, the company provides outstanding switch solutions in the form of ASSPs and ASICs. The company employs nearly 40 professionals and is growing rapidly. Erlang has compiled several design wins, and is serving notable customers and strategic partners around the world.

The Erlang Network Element Technology (ENET) chipsets include three chipsets, ENETSe, ENETXe and ENETTe, as well as system accelerators, in the form of development kits. These highly functional, highly scalable chipsets were created to target next generation Multi Services Switch Routers that support data, voice, and video traffic. Our chipsets are developed in partnerships with multiple third party vendors and manufacturers of network processors to optimize system performance and accelerate time-to-market for system developers. The costs of Erlang's solutions scale linearly as system capacity grows, ensuring that system designers can build on the enormous investment as they evolve from generation to generation.

Erlang Technology, Inc. is a privately held company.

December 10, 2002