PLX Technology to Present at 25th Annual ROTH Conference

PLX Technology to Present at 25th Annual ROTH Conference 
SUNNYVALE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/04/13 --   PLX Technology, Inc.
(NASDAQ: PLXT), the global leader in PCI Express(R) (PCIe(R)) silicon
and software connectivity solutions enabling emerging data center
architectures, today announced that David Raun, PLX(R) president and
CEO, and Arthur Whipple, PLX chief financial officer, will present at
the 25th Annual ROTH Conference on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at 10:00
AM (PDT). 
The presentation will focus on PLX's solid financial foundation, its
dominant market share position in PCI Express switch solutions, and
details multiple emerging market opportunities. PLX leadership
includes the market's first and broadest portfolio of PCI Express
Gen3 switches with 18 announced products, many of which are being
designed into numerous enterprise platforms at major OEMs worldwide.
Please contact your ROTH representative to schedule a one-on-one
meeting with PLX management. 
The 25th Annual ROTH Conference will be held at the Ritz Carlton in
Dana Point, Calif., March 17-20, 2013. There will be a live webcast
of the presentation, along with an archive version available one hour
after its conclusion and for 90 days, both accessible through the
Investors News and Events section of the PLX Website at 
About PLX 
 PLX Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: PLXT), based in Sunnyvale,
Calif., USA, is the industry-leading global provider of
semiconductor-based PCI Express connectivity solutions primarily
targeting enterprise data center markets. The company develops
innovative software-enriched silicon that enables product
differentiation, reliable interoperability and superior performance.
Visit PLX on, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. 
Investor Relations Contact: 
Leslie Green 
Green Communications Consulting, LLC (for PLX) 
Tel: 650.312.9060  
Editorial Contact: 
David Hurd 
PLX Technology, Inc. 
Director, Corporate Communication 
Tel: 408-328-3594 
Press spacebar to pause and continue. Press esc to stop.