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Inphi® Corporation Appoints Hirokazu Hashimoto to Advisory Board

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., July 8, 2009 – Inphi® Corporation (, a leader in high-performance analog solutions enabling cloud computing via server virtualization and broadband connectivity, announces the addition of Hirokazu Hashimoto to its advisory board.

Hashimoto is a well recognized leader in the semiconductor industry. His career has spanned various management positions including CEO and president of NEC Electronics America, executive vice president of NEC Electronics Japan, president and CEO of Japan foundry planning Co. Ltd (with Toshiba, Hitachi, Renesas and MITI), an adviser for Hitachi Corp., and most recently serving as chairman of Magma KK, Magma’s Japanese subsidiary. Hashimoto earned his Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from National Chiba University. He also served on the board of NEC Electronics America and TRON Association.

“We are very pleased to have Mr. Hashimoto join our advisory board. We look forward to the benefit of his counsel and experience as we work closely with him on enhancing Inphi’s position as a global leader in high-performance analog solutions that enable cloud computing,” said Young Sohn, CEO of Inphi Corporation. “During this time of rapid growth for our company, Mr. Hashimoto brings tremendous talent and valuable experiences to our advisory board, which will help us identify new opportunities to leverage our core competencies.”

About Inphi Corporation
Inphi Corporation is an industry leader in the innovation of high-performance analog components that serve a broad set of markets and applications including communications, computing and networking. Leading corporations rely on Inphi for components that transport, store, deliver, and test high-speed data for the world’s most innovative systems. Inphi is recognized as a global technology leader for its excellence in design, dedication to the development of open standards, and commitment to R&D. Learn more about Inphi Corporation by visiting, or call +1-805-446-5100.