You're close. It contains two transconductance amplifiers (which the 3080 is) but is a slightly different design internally, and has better specs. A bit like saying a TL072 is a pair of 741s: they're both op-amps, true, but not quite the same performance as op-amps.
The 3080 has ceased production, AFAIK, so as the supply dwindles down, many manufacturers have switched to the LM13600 and LM13700. The same is true of the CA3094 (also a single OTA, but with an added output stage).