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  Date: 20th Dec 2010

Inphi shipped 100 Million+ analog semiconductor chips for Giga bit speed applications

Inphi has disclosed that it has shipped more than 100 million high-speed analog semiconductor devices since year 2000. The fables chip designer makes Giga hertz handling analog semiconductor chips for applications such as networking and communications, memory interface, T&M and Mil/aerospace markets.

"Inphi continues to execute consistently with its high-speed analog technology and product portfolio," said Mario Morales, Vice President of IDC's Semiconductors Research Program. "The company's focus and execution provide a solid foundation to leverage for growth in the emerging data center and cloud services build out."

Inphi is betting on high speed networking opportunities in cloud computing applications where the growth potential is more than double digit.
Inphi say it's success is a direct result of its core strengths in analog design expertise. Some of its star products include:

JEDEC-compliant Isolation Memory Buffer (iMB), 18 GHz track-and-hold amplifier, 40 GHz transimpedance amplifier (TIA), 50 GHz MUX, DEMUX components, 100G coherent TIA and Single chip 40G modulator driver in a surface-mount technology (SMT) package.

Inphi Corporation has recently gone for initial public offering of 6,800,000 shares of common stock at a price to the public of $12.00 per share resulting in $81.6 million. Inphi stocks as on Friday Dec 17 2010 are in the range of $18, a 50% up compared to initial price.

 
          
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