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Mindspeed LTE Chips Go to Vegas

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- Mindspeed Technologies, Inc. /quotes/comstock/15*!mspd/quotes/nls/mspd (MSPD 8.03, +0.06, +0.75%) , a leading supplier of semiconductor solutions for network infrastructure applications, today announced that the company's Transcede(TM) baseband processor for 3G/4G/long-term evolution (LTE) basestations is being featured at the CTIA Wireless 2010 trade show in a proof-of-concept demonstration of the industry's first 4G picocell basestation. The 4G picocell implementation from AirWalk Communications was developed in collaboration with Mindspeed and Aricent(R).

AirWalk's 4G picocell based on Mindspeed(R)'s Transcede processor can be seen in AirWalk's booth (Central Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center, #2130), tomorrow through March 25. Mindspeed will also be hosting a private suite at CTIA in meeting room #MR-640 in the Central Hall (C5) of the Las Vegas Convention Center, where the company will provide additional information about its Transcede family of highly integrated and cost-effective application-specific system-on-chip (SoC) solutions. The Transcede family targets the low-power requirements and heavy processing demands of an unprecedented variety of emerging next-generation mobile broadband basestation platforms, from enterprise femtocells to macrocells.

"Mindspeed's Transcede family is designed to help manufacturers accelerate time-to-market for their LTE products, as demonstrated by this proof-of-concept implementation for CTIA," said Raouf Halim, chief executive officer at Mindspeed. "Our Transcede family of processors will help companies like AirWalk lead the migration to 4G technology."

Mindspeed Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: MSPD)

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