Power Integrations Opens New Office and Design Lab in Italy

May 2, 2003

San Jose, Calif. - May 2, 2003 - Power Integrations Inc. (Nasdaq: POWI), a pioneer of energy-saving semiconductors used in power conversion, today announced the official opening of its new Southern European office and design lab in Bresso, Italy. The new office will be staffed by Power Integrations' sales and engineering employees.

"Power Integrations differentiates itself through leading-edge process and product technology aimed at energy conservation and the ability to fully support customers' switching power supply designs," said Ben Sutherland, Managing Director of Power Integrations Europe. "The business growth in recent years in Southern Europe necessitated an additional sales and engineering facility. By introducing our EcoSmart solutions to a broader base of customers, we expect to accelerate the conversion of energy wasting linear 50Hz transformers and discrete component-based power supplies to our more energy efficient integrated solutions."

To learn more about the Power Integrations solutions for AC/DC applications requiring up to 250W output power and DC/DC up to 100W output power visit the website at www.powerint.com.

About Power Integrations

Power Integrations, Inc. is a leading supplier of high-voltage analog integrated circuits for use in power conversion. For more information, contact the company at 5245 Hellyer Avenue, San Jose, California 95138, PH: (408) 414-9200 or visit the company's web site at www.powerint.com.

Ben Sutherland
Power Integrations (Europe) Ltd.
+44 1344 462 300

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