SAN JOSE, CA., April 10, 2000— Galileo Technology
(Nasdaq: GALT), the leader in switched Ethernet semiconductor solutions,
today announced that it is making a minority equity investment in
MoSys Inc. MoSys develops innovative memory technology for licensing
to semiconductor and systems companies, as well as using its technology
to produce its own memory products.

“Galileo’s silicon experience with MoSys’ 1T-SRAM
memory integrated into our GalNet³-2+
products is proving the value of their technology,” commented
Ed Rodriguez, Galileo’s chief operating officer. “MoSys’ memory
technology is an integral part of our product roadmap, and supports
our mission to provide our customers with complete converged-network
silicon solutions.”

“Galileo’s investment in MoSys is evidence of its commitment
to our technology and company,” said Dr. Fu-Chieh Hsu, MoSys’
chairman and CEO. “As a leader in communications chipset solutions,
Galileo’s adoption of our technology further demonstrates our technology’s
applicability to the communications market.”

Galileo Technology, a market leader in Communication Systems on
Silicon™, is one of the semiconductor industry’s fastest growing
suppliers of complex, high-performance, integrated circuit devices.
Galileo’s products include advanced communication switch controllers,
high-performance system controllers for RISC processors and WAN
communication controllers. Galileo’s products form the heart of
many advanced data communications systems built by leading OEMs,
such as 3Com, Accton, Alcatel, Cabletron Systems, Cisco Systems,
Ericsson, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Lucent Technologies, and Nortel

Galileo employs more than 275 people worldwide with business headquarters
in San Jose, California and R&D headquarters in Moshav Manof,



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GalNet, and the Galileo logo are registered trademarks of Galileo
1T-SRAM is a trademark of MoSys, Inc. Any other product names mentioned
herein are the property of their respective owners.