Mindspeed Completes UNH-IOL Testing

Mindspeed's inverse multiplexing-over-ATM (IMA) devices have sucessfully completed interoperability testing at UNH-IOL

April 13, 2004

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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- Mindspeed Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq:MSPD), a leading supplier of semiconductor solutions for network infrastructure applications, today announced that its inverse multiplexing-over-ATM (IMA) devices successfully completed interoperability testing at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL). The recently announced 32-port M28529 IMA device was submitted as a complete solution along with Mindspeed's CX28398 T1/E1 framer and CX28380 line interface unit (LIU).

The UNH-IOL is an independent testing facility designed to test interoperability amongst chipset vendors and equipment manufacturers.

"We are pleased that our third-generation IMA devices successfully completed the rigorous interoperability testing process at the UNH-IOL," said Taqi Mohiuddin, product line manager with Mindspeed. "Third-party validation of interoperability is important in today's complex networking environment."

Mindspeed's 32-port M28529 IMA processor is used to provide bandwidth between T1/E1 and T3/E3 speeds. Consuming 40 percent less power than any other 32-port IMA solution on the market, the M28529 processor also is the most highly integrated solution of its kind to include 512 Kbytes of on-chip memory that surpasses the standards requirements of 25 milliseconds of differential delay compensation. This eliminates the need for an external memory device, which saves cost and board space.

Mindspeed Technologies Inc.

University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (IOL)

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