The Horizon™ GT-96122 supports MIPS-architecture processors, while the GT-96132 is used in PowerPCTM-based systems

March 20, 2001

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL), a technologyleader in the development of extreme broadband communications solutions,today unveiled the industry's first router chips to enable telecom-qualityvoice and real-time video services over packet-based networks such asEthernet local area networks and the Internet. Developed by Marvell'sGalileo Technology Division and integrated into a single-chipsystem-on-silicon, the Horizon™ GT-96122 supports MIPS-architectureprocessors, while the GT-96132 is used in PowerPCTM-based systems.

"Marvell's Galileo Technology Division is the first in the industry tosupport telecom-quality communications to enterprise customers connecting tothe Internet," said Dave Matteucci, Vice President and General Manager forGalileo's Internetworking Products Business Unit. "This architecture willenable the mass adoption of voice-over-IP and streaming video services bysignificantly reducing the cost of systems that support this technology."

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