SAN JOSE, Calif., May 08, 2002 - inSilicon Corporation (Nasdaq: INSN) -- a leading provider of communications technology for complex systems-on-chip (SOC) -- today announced that Chief Financial Officer, Bryan J. LeBlanc, is leaving the company at the end of May to pursue other opportunities. inSilicon has begun an active search for Mr. LeBlanc's replacement and, in the interim, the company's finance organization will be led by Walter F. Willig, Controller. Mr. Willig is the senior member of the continuing finance organization.
"We appreciate Bryan's contributions to inSilicon over the past year," said Barry A. Hoberman, President and Chief Executive Officer of inSilicon. "He has done an outstanding job assembling a solid finance infrastructure that is helping to enable the company to achieve its current and future objectives. Bryan's energy and guidance in charting our path toward a rapid return to profitability has produced demonstrated results. We wish him success in the future."
"I have enjoyed working with Barry and the entire inSilicon team. I believe that the company is on a solid path for continued growth, and I am confident that the strength of the management team will ensure a smooth transition for the company as they move toward achieving key strategic goals," said Mr. LeBlanc.
inSilicon Corporation is a leading provider of communications semiconductor intellectual property used by semiconductor and systems companies to design complex systems-on-chip (SOC) technologies that are critical components of innovative wired and wireless products. inSilicon's technology provides customers faster time-to-market and reduced risk and development costs. The Company's broad portfolio of analog and mixed-signal products and enabling communications technologies, including the JVX™ and JVXtreme™ Accelerators, Ethernet, USB, PCI, and IEEE-1394, are used in a wide variety of markets encompassing communications, consumer, computing, and office automation. inSilicon is a subsidiary of Phoenix Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq: PTEC).
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