MathStar, Inc. Introduces MathStar Certified Design Center Program

Wind River Professional Services and Adaptive Micro-Ware are charter members in a program that connects FPOA experts with designers of performance-demanding applications

Hillsboro, Ore., February 13, 2007 – MathStar, Inc. (NASDAQ: MATH), a fabless semiconductor company specializing in high-performance programmable logic, announced today its latest design service with the introduction of the Certified Design Center (CDC) program. Designers of performance-demanding applications who are migrating to MathStar’s Arrix™ family of field programmable object arrays (FPOAs) will now have access to experienced design-service partners carefully selected and trained by MathStar. Wind River Professional Services and Adaptive Micro-Ware were also named charter members of the CDC program.

“MathStar’s CDC program lets us connect our customers and their engineers with highly capable design houses that are experienced with our Arrix product family,” said Dan Sweeney, MathStar COO. “MathStar’s CDC partners can assist our new customers in speeding time-to-market and tailoring our FPOA technology to their applications in machine vision, professional video and medical imaging. I couldn’t ask for two better charter members than Wind River Professional Services and Adaptive Micro-Ware.”

Wind River Professional Services, an integral part of Wind River Systems, helps its customers design, develop, and deploy innovative products such as professional video devices, industrial-grade cameras and complex embedded systems. Many of these products require processing rates that can only be accomplished with higher-performance programmable logic.

“Joining MathStar’s CDC enables us to offer our design services expertise to customers who find conventional programmable logic insufficient for their applications,” said Chris Perret, VP/GM of worldwide professional services for Wind River Professional Services. “MathStar is leading the way to the next-generation of programmable logic with its Arrix family of FPOAs, and we’re excited to move ahead with them.”

Adaptive Micro-Ware has extensive experience working with the FPOA in performance-demanding applications. “We have enjoyed great success working with MathStar and the Arrix FPOA,” said Bob Kniskern, president of Adaptive Micro-Ware. “We first selected the FPOA for work with a major telecommunications company that needed a higher-performance form of programmable logic to help compress video for storage and distribution over the Internet. Since then, we’ve been able to leverage this investment into design services contracts with other firms.”

MathStar expects to expand the CDC program to include more partners in North America and to extend it to Europe during 2007.
About MathStar, Inc.

MathStar is a fabless semiconductor company offering best in class, high-performance programmable logic solutions. MathStar’s field programmable object array (FPOA) can process arithmetic and logic operations at clock rates at 1 gigahertz, which is up to four times faster than even the most advanced FPGA architectures in many applications. MathStar’s Arrix family of FPOAs are high-performance programmable solutions that enable customers in the machine vision, high-performance video, medical imaging, security & surveillance and military markets to rapidly and cost effectively innovate and differentiate their products. FPOAs are available now and are supported by development tools, IP libraries, application notes and technical documentation. For more information, please visit www.mathstar.com.

Statements in this press release, other than historical information, may be "forward-looking" in nature within the meaning of Section 21E the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and are subject to various risks, uncertainties and assumptions. These statements are based on management's current expectations, estimates and projections about MathStar and its industry and include, but are not limited to, those set forth in the section of MathStar's Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on March 31, 2006 under the heading "Risk Factors." MathStar undertakes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.

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