Norman Yeung joins Inphi as vice president of engineering

March 7, 2007

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WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. -- To meet the growing demand for its high-performance components, Inphi® Corporation today announced that industry veteran Norman K. Yeung has joined the company as vice president, engineering. Mr. Yeung will continue to drive Inphi’s technology leadership as the company expands its portfolio of the industry’s highest performing integrated circuits with the best signal integrity for processing high-speed data.

"Norman brings more than 25 years of technical leadership and executive-level engineering experience to Inphi," said Tim Semones, chief operating officer for Inphi Corporation. "His ability to manage all aspects of product development, from concept to volume production, will be a tremendous asset as Inphi expands its leadership in delivering the component building blocks for high-speed systems that transport, store and deliver multimedia information."

Prior to joining Inphi, Mr. Yeung worked with Sun Microsystems where he led the development of the dual-thread Millennium processor in 90nm process technology with multiple sites. Before Sun Microsystems, Mr. Yeung founded Sandcraft, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company which was acquired by Raza Microelectronics. In addition, he held engineering positions with SiliconGraphics, Cydrome, Zitel, and Intel.

Inphi Corp.

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