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Lightspeed Semiconductor has appointed Michael Sydow vice president of marketing and applications engineering

December 5, 2001

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Lightspeed Semiconductor, worldwide manufacturer of Modular Array ASICs, announces the promotion of Michael Sydow to Vice President of Marketing and Applications, rounding out an executive team that averages more than 22 years of industry experience.“Because of our strong value proposition we have successfully attracted high-level executives from IBM Microelectronics, Xilinx, and Mitsubishi,” said Dave Holt, President and CEO of Lightspeed Semiconductor. “Now with Michael’s added vision and leadership, our new 4Em Modular Array family, and a $32.5M round of funding in the bank, Lightspeed is well positioned to dominate the mid-volume custom ASIC market.”Michael Sydow brings over 20 years of experience building engineering teams that emphasize quality and produce products that consistently meet customer specifications on first pass to his role of Vice President of Marketing and Applications at Lightspeed. Prior to joining Lightspeed, Mr. Sydow was the Director of ASIC Technology Development for Mitsubishi Electric, the Director of Engineering Services and Business Development for Teragen, and the Manager of Configuration Management at Intel’s Scalable Systems Division.Lightspeed Semiconductor

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