SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Analogic Technologies, Inc. ("AnalogicTech" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: AATI), an analog semiconductor company focused on powering innovative solutions in consumer electronics, computing, and communications markets, today announced that Samuel J. Anderson, Chairman of the Board of AnalogicTech, and Richard K. Williams, President, CEO and CTO of AnalogicTech, declined the special bonus payments relating to the successful resolution of a longstanding lawsuit that were awarded by the Company's board of directors and disclosed in an 8-K filing on Friday, April 8, 2011. Both Mr. Anderson and Mr. Williams respectfully declined the bonuses in light of the Company's focus on minimizing expenses and returning to profitability.
About Advanced Analogic Technologies, Inc.:
Advanced Analogic Technologies, Inc. (AATI) develops advanced semiconductor system solutions that play a key role in the continuing evolution of feature-rich, energy efficient electronic devices. The company focuses on addressing the application-specific power management needs of consumer devices such as mobile handsets, digital cameras, and netbooks/notebooks, as well as devices in a broad range of industrial, medical and telecom applications. AATI also licenses device, process, package, and application-related technologies. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, AATI has design centers in Santa Clara and Shanghai, and Asia-based operations and logistics. For more information, please visit www.analogictech.com. (AnalogicTech - F)
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