TeleCIS Names Engineering VP

TeleCIS Wireless names Dr. Sanjeev Renjen as SVP of engineering and operations

July 6, 2005

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- TeleCIS Wireless, Inc., a leading developer of multi-protocol broadband wireless access (BWA) chips, today named Dr. Sanjeev Renjen as the company's Senior Vice President of Engineering and Operations. In that role, Dr. Renjen will oversee the company's product development and production of its WiMAX/MIMO and WiMAX/WiFi/MIMO ASICs. The company plans to launch its first product, a fully-compliant 802.16-2004/WiMAX/MIMO System-on-a-Chip (SoC) ASIC for nomadic and fixed applications, in Q1 2006.

Dr. Renjen has more than 20 years of senior management and technical experience in the development and manufacture of advanced silicon chip products at both small and large corporations with high growth rates. Most recently, he served as a director at Intel Corporation, where he led several chipset design and development programs. Dr. Renjen led the development and production of two VoP (voice over packet) chips designed in TSMC's .18 and .13 micron processes. He also developed a SONET OC-3, -12 and -48 layer 1 and 2 framer chip designed in Intel's 90nm process.

Dr. Renjen has led successful development and product launch efforts and contributed substantially to the bottom line at several other chip companies as well, including Vxtel Inc., Paradise Electronics, and Nimbus Technology. Each company was subsequently acquired by Intel, Genesis Micro and Alliance Semiconductor, respectively. His achievements consistently enabled significant revenue ramps at these and other companies, including C-Cube Microsystems, whose revenue rose from $20M to $650M over the course of his 3-year tenure.

"Sanjeev's reputation in leading technologies from design to silicon and into volume production in very short timeframes truly precedes him, and we are excited to have him on board," said Sam Endy, CEO of TeleCIS Wireless. "I cannot imagine a more effective duo than Sanjeev and our CTO, Dr. Je Woo Kim, to get us established in one of the most promising markets of this decade - WiMAX."

TeleCIS Wireless Inc.

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