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51 Silicon Valley Tech Companies to Attend AeA Classic Financial Conference

Oct 23, 2007

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 23 /PRNewswire/ - Executives from 51 Silicon Valley tech companies will meet with investors at this year's AeA Classic Financial Conference. AeA will host the conference, showcasing companies with market cap or revenues of $100 million to $3 billion, November 4-7 at the Monterey Conference Center. This year, around 180 companies are scheduled to present, and over 600 investors are expected to attend.

"The AeA Classic is the only forum of its kind that provides intimate interaction between high-tech company executives and analysts in an impartial environment," said Betty Baker, Executive Director of AeA's Silicon Valley/Northern California Council. "This is just one of the many reasons it is so appealing to our members."

"Over the years, AeA's Classic has proven to be one of the best investor conferences at which we present," said Ed Keible, CEO of Endwave Corporation. "It has provided us with a superb audience of knowledgeable investors interested in our markets and technology".

Over the past three years, presenting companies have seen their stock price increase by an average of 10% during the week of the Classic conference. Now in its 37th year, the Classic continues to provide public member companies with an environment to showcase their companies to key technology investors. Since the Classic first opened its doors in 1971, more than 18,000 cumulative investors have attended.

Companies representing all sectors of the high-tech industry - such as software, semiconductor, wireless, defense technology, security, telecommunications, and medical devices - will present at the AeA Classic Financial Conference. Over the years, many emerging giants such as AOL, Cisco, and Intel have come through the doors of the conference, making it the premier financial conference of the high-tech industry for nearly four decades.

Silicon Valley tech companies participating in this year's event include: 8x8, Inc.; Advanced Analogic Technologies, Inc.; AIXTRON, AG; Alvarion Ltd.; Applied Micro Circuits Corporation; Atheros Communications, Inc.; Avanex Corporation; AXT, Inc.; Bookham, Inc.; California Micro Devices Corporation; Callidus Software Inc.; Cavium Networks, Inc.; CEVA, Inc.; Ditech Networks, inc.; DSP Group, Inc.; Echelon Corp.; Endwave Corporation; Exar Corporation; Focus Enhancements, Inc.; Harris Stratex Networks, Inc.; Hifn, Inc.; Immersion Corporation; Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc.; Intevac, Inc.; Keynote Systems, Inc.; Magma Design Automation; MIPS Technologies, Inc.; Monolithic Power Systems Inc.; MoSys, Inc.; NetLogic Microsystems, Inc.; O2Micro, Inc.; PDF Solutions, Inc.; Pericom Semiconductor Corporation; Phoenix Technologies Ltd.; Plantronics Inc.; PLX Technology, Inc.; Power Integrations, Inc.; QuickLogic Corporation; RAE Systems Inc.; Rainmaker Systems, Inc.; Saba Software, Inc.; Shoretel, Inc.; Silicon Image, Inc.; SiRF Technology; Synplicity, Inc.; Techwell Inc.; Trident Microsystems, Inc.; Tumbleweed Communications; Virage Logic Corporation; ZiLOG, Inc.; and Zoran Corporation.

For more information about the AeA Classic Financial Conference, please visit our web site at http://www.aeanet.org/classic.

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