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Cypress to Host Silicon Valley WebGuild Meeting On How Enterprise Search Will Improve in the Next 3 Years

Last Updated: October 12, 2004

Cypress to Host Silicon Valley WebGuild Meeting On How Enterprise Search Will Improve in the Next 3 Years

October 13 Panel to Include Speakers From Google, Endeca, Verity and Forrester Research
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SAN JOSE, Calif., October 12, 2004 - Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (NYSE: CY) today announced that it will host the monthly meeting of the Silicon Valley WebGuild on Wednesday, Oct. 13, featuring a panel of enterprise search technology vendors and an industry analyst. The panel will begin with a 10-minute visionary introduction from each company, followed by a Q&A. The panel will include representatives from Verity, Google, Forrester Research, New Idea Engineering and Endeca. This meeting is co-sponsored by Verity and New Idea Engineering.

The WebGuild meeting will be held in the auditorium of Building Six on the Cypress campus at 198 Champion Court in San Jose, Calif. Registration and networking for the session start at 6:00 p.m. For directions to Cypress, please click here." More information on this meeting is available at

About the Panelists

Panelist Matthew Glotzbach is the enterprise business product manager for Google." Mr. Glotzbach is responsible for the development and management of Google's enterprise product line. Prior to Google, Mr. Glotzbach was a senior member of the management team for the Computer Industry Business Unit at Trilogy, an enterprise software company in Austin, Texas. He holds a bachelors degree from Cornell University.

Panelist Laura Ramos is an analyst covering unstructured data management software and technologies at Forrester Research. Her areas of research include enterprise portals, information management, search engines and taxonomies. Ms. Ramos has more than 19 years of experience in the design, development and marketing of both computer hardware and software. She holds a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

Panelist Paul Whitelam is the product manager for Endeca's enterprise search technology. He is responsible for identifying market requirements and setting product direction for solutions focused on enterprise information retrieval. Prior to Endeca, Mr. Whitelam worked as a consultant in the financial services industry, focusing on marketing and technology strategies.

Panelist Andy Feit is the senior vice president of marketing for Verity. Mr. Feit was originally vice president of marketing at Inktomi before being acquired by Verity. Mr. Feit has more than 20 years of technology industry experience and is currently responsible for the company's worldwide marketing and product strategy. He is a founding member of The Computer Museum in Boston, Mass., a member of the Leadership Circle of The Tech Museum in San Jose, Calif., and holds a bachelors degree in engineering from Tufts University.

About Cypress

Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (NYSE: CY) is Connecting From Last Mile to First Mile(TM) with high-performance solutions for personal, network access, enterprise, metro switch and core communications-system applications. Cypress Connects(TM) using wireless, wireline, digital, and optical transmission standards, including USB, Fibre Channel, SONET/SDH, Gigabit Ethernet and DWDM. Leveraging its process and system-level expertise, Cypress makes industry-leading physical layer devices, framers, and network search engines, along with a broad portfolio of high-bandwidth memories, timing technology solutions and reconfigurable mixed-signal arrays. More information about Cypress is accessible online at

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