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Marvell Helps Out Google TV

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LAS VEGAS and SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL) and TCL today announced that TCL is the first company to offer both a Smart TV and set-top box with Google TV, powered by the award-winning Marvell® ARMADA® 1500 series System-on-Chip (SoC) platform (88DE3100). The TCL MoVo with Google TV (Smart TV) and TCL MoVo Box with Google TV (Internet-connected set-top box) represent the expansion of TCL's geographical focus into the U.S. market and reinforce the ubiquity of Marvell's technology in the Smart TV space. Marvell and TCL will demonstrate the products at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Booth Nos. 31423 and 9825, respectively. "By leveraging Marvell's award-winning technology and the new Google TV platform, TCL will deliver innovative Smart TV solutions on a global scale that incorporate voice recognition, advanced multimedia search and discovery, and the very best Marvell has to offer in video, sound and connectivity - all at an affordable price point. I believe our work with TCL and Google delivers a game-changing entertainment experience for consumers around the world that will drive the Smart TV market forward at a rapid pace," said Weili Dai, Co-Founder of Marvell. "Marvell is very proud to see our innovation, commitment and hard work with Google and our partner companies lead to the milestone of TCL's new Smart TV product with Google TV. Google and Marvell share a passion for improving the way the world enjoys entertainment and we are thrilled to see companies such as TCL, and many others to follow, leverage this opportunity to the fullest in their newest TVs and devices." Marvell Technology Group Ltd.

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