LSI Sponsors Study

LSI sponsors university-based research study on global impact and implications of information growth

June 4, 2008

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MILPITAS, Calif. -- LSI Corporation (NYSE:LSI) today announced the sponsorship of a new multi-year, multi-university study designed to quantify and qualify the amounts and kinds of information being produced and stored worldwide. The "How Much Information" (HMI) program is a three-year effort by specialists at University of California, San Diego; MIT and University of California, Berkeley. The purpose of the study is to create new ways to measure and document information growth and assess the impact and implications for enterprises, individuals and organizations.

"Fundamental to our advanced development activities is participation in collaborative initiatives that help lead, shape and advance the storage and networking industries," said Dr. Claudine Simson, executive vice president and chief technology officer, LSI. "Our sponsorship and active participation in the HMI study will provide visibility and insight into requirements for future generations of leading-edge storage and networking technologies -- affording LSI the opportunity to develop timely solutions to meet those needs."

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