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Marvell Receives EDN Innovation Award for Video Processing Technology

The Marvell 88DE2710 Digital Video Format Converter, Featuring Qdeo Technology Chosen for Innovative Product Design

Santa Clara, California (April 15, 2008) – a href="">Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL) today announced that the Marvell® 88DE2710 digital video format converter has received an EDN Innovation Award for outstanding product innovation in the category of "Multimedia ICs." The 88DE2710 features Marvell's award-winning Qdeo™ video processing technology, which powers rich, high-definition video in a wide variety of applications.

"This distinguished award highlights Marvell’s continuing commitment to cutting-edge product innovation. We strive to deliver digital entertainment solutions that are accessible to a wide range of consumers and that provide truly immersive experiences. It is especially meaningful to have been selected by EDN readers—a jury of our peers—as it underscores the significance of this achievement," said Dr. Nikhil Balram, general manager and vice president of the Digital Entertainment Business Unit, Communications and Consumer Business Group at Marvell.

The Marvell 88DE2710 is a featured component in a variety of home-theater devices, including PMP HD docks, Blu-ray players and recorders, A/V receivers, and LCD-TVs.

For more information on the 88DE2710 and Qdeo video processing, visit

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