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NetLogic Names Engineering VP

NetLogic Microsystems appoints Dr. Dimitrios Dimitrelis, former director of processor development for Vitesse, as VP of engineering

July 30, 2002

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- NetLogic Microsystems, Inc., the leader in network data plane system solutions that enable the global infrastructure of networking and optical communications, today announced the appointment of Dr. Dimitrios Dimitrelis as vice president of engineering. In his new role, Dr. Dimitrelis will help drive the design and product development of all core, systems hardware, and software products. These include NetLogic’s advanced-technology network search engines, classification and forwarding processors, glue-less devices, and software solutions that meet the needs of today’s most demanding networking applications."Dimitris brings to NetLogic extensive product development and implementation experience in microelectronics design and production," said Ron Jankov, NetLogic’s president and CEO. "We are delighted to have Dimitri join the team as NetLogic continues to innovate in next-generation data plane solutions.”Prior to joining NetLogic Microsystems, Dr. Dimitrelis was director of processor development for Vitesse Corporation’s Network Processor division. At Vitesse, he led the product definition and development for three generations (1 GE, OC-48 and 10G) of network processors for high-service classification and traffic management applications. “NetLogic is the leader in density and technology in co-processors for network database search applications,” said Dr. Dimitrelis. “The company’s product roadmap is solid, yet flexible enough to meet the challenging demands of today’s customers. I am excited about the opportunity to be part of this innovative design team.” NetLogic Microsystems Inc.

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