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MIPS Technologies Licenses TeraLogic Inc. One of Its Industry Standard MIPS-based Cores for
Next-Generation Digital Television Processors


THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 2001 4:05 PM
- BusinessWire

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan 11, 2001 (BUSINESS:MIPS) (Nasdaq:MIPSB), a leading provider of industry standard
processor architectures and cores for digital consumer and network applications, today announced a licensing
agreement with TeraLogic Inc., a leading developer of integrated circuits, platforms and software for digital television
(DTV).

Under the terms of the agreement, TeraLogic will integrate a MIPS-based(TM) core into future generations of DTV
integrated circuits.

The DTV market is booming from rapid consumer adoption due, in part, to reduced unit costs and improved
performance. TeraLogic`s incorporation of the MIPS Technologies core will further enhance its leadership position with
open architecture digital consumer appliances. The company recently announced MIPS-based chipsets and
development platforms for customers who want to design and deliver sophisticated home entertainment and
information products more quickly at lower costs.

"TeraLogic recognizes MIPS Technologies as an industry leader for digital entertainment processor cores and we have
software and platforms based on the MIPS Technologies architecture," said Jon Zierk, vice president of sales and
marketing for TeraLogic. "This agreement will further strengthen our position as a key supplier of ICs, software and
platforms for DTV."

"Having a digital consumer leader such as TeraLogic incorporate our flexible, high-performance processor core into its
DTV platform further emphasizes our position as a primary provider of powerful microprocessor technologies to the
digital market," said Muhammad Helal, vice president of North American business development and sales for MIPS
Technologies. "This agreement demonstrates the leadership role MIPS Technologies has built by providing viable
solutions that enhance the digital consumer experience."

MIPS Technologies processor cores already power leading game systems such as PlayStation2, Nintendo 64,
leading set-top boxes from Motorola (formerly General Instruments), Sony, Philips and WebTV, and emerging
consumer devices such as ReplayTV.

About TeraLogic Inc.

Founded in 1996, TeraLogic, Inc. designs integrated circuits, software and platforms for digital TV that enable the
delivery of compelling entertainment, information and interactive services to the home. With products powered by
TeraLogic`s technologies, consumers can enjoy crystal clear video and audio, Internet, electronic commerce,
electronic program guides and interactive data services. The company`s customers and partners include Sony,
Mitsubishi, Samsung, Access, JVC, Kenwood, Lucent, NDS, NEC, NxtWave, Oren, Panasonic, ReplayTV, Tality,
Texas Instruments, TiVo, Toshiba, VividLogic, Wind River Systems and Zayante.

Headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., with a growing presence in Tokyo, TeraLogic currently has over 100
employees and more than $70 million in invested capital. More information about TeraLogic may be obtained by
calling the company directly at 650/526-2000 or by visiting the company`s Web site at www.teralogic.tv.

About MIPS Technologies Inc.

MIPS Technologies Inc. is a leading provider of industry standard processor architectures and cores for digital
consumer and network applications. The company drives the broadest architectural alliance that is delivering 32- and
64-bit embedded RISC solutions. The company licenses its intellectual property to semiconductor companies, ASIC
developers, and system OEMs. MIPS Technologies Inc. and its licensees offer the widest range of robust, scalable
processors in standard, custom, semi-custom and application-specific products.

Licensees currently include: Alchemy Semiconductor Inc., Altera Corporation, ATI Technologies Inc., Atmel
Corporation, Broadcom Corporation, Centillium Communications Inc., Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd.,
Conexant Systems Inc., EmpowerTel Networks (formerly known as Lara Technology Inc.), ESS Technology Inc.,
Gemplus International S.A., Integrated Device Technology (IDT) Inc., inSilicon Corporation, Integrated Telecom
Express (ITeX) Inc., LSI Logic Corporation, Macronix America Inc., Metalink Ltd., Micron Technology Inc., General
Instrument Corporation (acquired by Motorola Inc.), NEC Corporation, NeoMagic Corporation, NKK Corporation,
Palmchip Corporation, Philips Semiconductors International B.V., Quantum Effect Devices Inc. (acquired by
PMC-Sierra Inc.), QuickLogic Corporation, Sandcraft Inc., SiByte Inc., Sony Corporation, Synova Incorporated, Taiwan
Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, TeraLogic, Inc., Texas Instruments Incorporated, Toshiba Corporation and
Excess Bandwidth Corporation (acquired by Virata Corporation). Numerous companies utilize MIPS-based intellectual
property. MIPS Technologies Inc. is based in Mountain View, Calif., and can be reached at 650/567-5000 or
www.mips.com.

Note to Editors: MIPS(R) is a registered trademark, and MIPS-based(TM) is a trademarks of MIPS Technologies Inc.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective companies.

CONTACT: MIPS Technologies
Lee Garvin Flanagin, 650/567-5180
flanagin@mips.com
or
The Hoffman Agency
Gustavo Santoyo, 408/286-2611
gsantoyo@hoffman.com

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Wie nun jeder weiss war ich vor einem Jahr bei Onkel Henry.
Er sagte mir persönlich, dass der DIGITAL FERNSEH (TV)BEREICH sein persönlich besonderes Augenmerk (Interesse) verdient.
INTERNET wird sich in Zukunft nicht mehr im BÜRO sondern im Wohnzimmer abspielen am FERNSEHER mit allen Spielen und logischerweise mit 3D SOUND.
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Sorry aber diese NEWS ist eine REVOLUTION :)

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