Marvell announced two new Bluetooth single-chip solutions which provides provides extended battery life in cell phones, converged devices, gaming devices and consoles, portable media players, and other applications requiring short- and long-range connectivity. 88W8689 Bluetooth single-chip solution features a Bluetooth Core Specification Version 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)-compliant baseband, a radio frequency (RF) transceiver, and a worldwide FM radio receiver. 88W8688 is the world’s first WLAN plus Bluetooth single-chip solution for high-volume consumer electronics, has been qualified by the Bluetooth SIG for the Bluetooth Core Specification Version 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rate (EDR). The 88W8688 also features support for Bluetooth Version 2.1 + EDR features.

Marvell announced two new Bluetooth single-chip solutions which provides
provides extended battery life in cell phones, converged devices, gaming devices
and consoles, portable media players, and other applications requiring short-
and long-range connectivity.

Marvell WLAN Plus Bluetooth Single-Chip Solution Qualified for Bluetooth
Version 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rate

Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL), the leader in storage, communications, and consumer
silicon solutions, today introduced the 88W8689 Bluetooth single-chip solution,
featuring a Bluetooth Core Specification Version 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)-compliant
baseband, a radio frequency (RF) transceiver, and a worldwide FM radio receiver.
The 88W8689 is a highly integrated device, providing enhanced data rates and
extended-range features at a lower total system cost, as well as
industry-leading low power. The 88W8689 supports simultaneous use of Bluetooth
applications and FM radio, and includes support for the new Bluetooth Version
2.1 + EDR features.

The 88W8689 extends Marvell’s family of Bluetooth solutions. With the addition
of the 88W8689, Marvell now provides a comprehensive set of Bluetooth
2.0-enabled products that target high-volume consumer markets. The highly
integrated chip is optimized for both voice and audio transmissions, enabling an
array of ultra-mobile, low-power consumer devices. In addition, 88W8689
customers have access to Marvell’s robust ecosystem solutions to help enhance
the consumer experience.

“The 88W8689–Marvell’s second device enabling Bluetooth Version 2.0 + EDR
features—extends our ability to drive high-volume consumer applications such as
cell phones and portable media players,” according to Dr. Paramesh Gopi, vice
president and general manager of the Embedded and Emerging Business Unit,
Communications and Consumer Business Group at Marvell. “In addition, the 88W8689
will enable our customers to build extremely low-power devices—including
hands-free car kits and Bluetooth headsets—that deliver an enhanced Bluetooth
experience.”

The Marvell® 88W8689 is currently sampling with key, tier-one customers and will
be in production in the second half of 2007.

Marvell Introduces Next-Generation Bluetooth Version 2.0 + Enhanced Data
Rate Single-Chip Solution

Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL), the leader in storage, communications, and consumer
silicon solutions, today announced that the 88W8688, the world’s first WLAN plus
Bluetooth single-chip solution for high-volume consumer electronics, has been
qualified by the Bluetooth SIG for the Bluetooth Core Specification Version 2.0
+ Enhanced Data Rate (EDR). The 88W8688 also features support for Bluetooth
Version 2.1 + EDR features.

The Marvell® 88W8688 delivers WLAN and Bluetooth in a small footprint,
ultra-low-power single die that provides extended battery life in cell phones,
converged devices, gaming devices and consoles, portable media players, and
other applications requiring short- and long-range connectivity. The
next-generation Bluetooth core specification provides an enhanced data rate of
up to 3.0 megabits per second (Mbps), providing transmission speeds that are
three to ten times faster than version 1.2.

“We are pleased to provide fully qualified Bluetooth Version 2.0 + EDR
solutions to our customers and partners. The enhanced data rates of the 88W8688,
combined with its unique, highly integrated design and extended range, will
enable a new class of consumer wireless devices,” stated Dr. Paramesh Gopi, vice
president and general manager of the Embedded and Emerging Business Unit,
Communications and Consumer Business Group at Marvell.

For more information on the features of the Bluetooth Core Specification 2.0 +
EDR, please visit the Bluetooth SIG Web site at https://www.bluetooth.org/.

The Marvell® 88W8688 is currently in production and is also sampling to multiple
key customers.