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investors from Western Canada, North Sky Capital (Minneapolis, MN) and FRX’s founders (including Triton Systems, Inc.) and its employees.


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igOptix, Inc. (OTCBB: GGOX) announced its financial results for the second quarter ended July 3, 2011. Second Quarter and Recent Highlights:


• Reported $7.6 million total revenue; • Increased product revenue to $7.6 million; 38% year-over-year and 8% sequentially, exceeding previously stated guidance of 5%;


• Closed acquisition of Endwave Corporation on June 17 and substantially completed integration;


• Commenced production shipments of first gene- ration 40G Thin Film Polymer on Silicon (TFPS™) Mach-Zehnder Modulator (MZM.


Second quarter 2011 total revenue of $7.6 million, representing primarily product revenue, increased 21% over total revenue of $6.3 million in the second quarter of 2010 and decreased slightly compared to $7.7 million in the first quarter of 2011, which inclu- ded $610,000 of government contract revenue. Pro- duct revenue of $7.6 million in the second quarter of 2011 increased 38% compared to the same period in 2010 and increased 8% sequentially; exceeding the Company‘s previously provided guidance of 5%.


“We expect to achieve another quarter of sequential revenue growth and anticipate product revenue to increase by eight percent in the third quarter. Loo- king forward, we remain committed to driving incre- ased quarter-over-quarter product revenue by further


commercializing our innovative, industry-leading high-speed 40G and 100G solutions for next genera- tion end-to-end communications networks and ca- pitalizing on our high performance MMIC solutions, which enable next-generation wireless systems,” said Curt Sacks, GigOptix chief financial officer.


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LOBALFOUNDRIES announced a significant milestone on the path to market readiness of


its leading-edge 20nm manufacturing process. By successfully taping out a test chip using flows from leading EDA vendors Cadence Design Systems, Magma Design Automation, Mentor Graphics Cor- poration, and Synopsys Inc., GLOBALFOUNDRIES has demonstrated that it is ready for customers to begin evaluating their 20nm designs.


Moreover, GLOBALFOUNDRIES and Samsung Elec- tronics, Co., Ltd. broadened their collaboration, an- nouncing plans to synchronize global semiconductor fabrication facilities to produce chips based on a new high-performance and low-leakage 28nm High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) technology. The technology has been specifically developed for mobile device applications, offering 60% of active power reduction at the same frequency or 55% of performance boost at the same leakage over 45nm low power (LP) SoC designs.


In 2010, GLOBALFOUNDRIES and Samsung an- nounced a fab synchronization on low-power 28nm HKMG technology in collaboration with IBM and STMicroelectronics.


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