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ANALOG DEVICES' ORDER RATE CONTINUES STRONG DURING SECOND QUARTER

 SAN FRANCISCO, April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Analog Devices' (NYSE: ADI) Chairman and CEO Ray Stata today reported that the company's orders have continued strong at record levels throughout the second quarter of fiscal 1993, which ends May 1. Speaking with security analysts and investors at a technology conference in San Francisco, Stata said, "The sum of orders for the 13-week period ending one week prior to the quarter's close was approximately $173 million. Should the quarter end with bookings at that level, it would represent an 18 percent increase compared to $147 million in bookings for the last year's second quarter, and would be 8 percent above the $160 million posted for this year's first quarter.
 Stata noted that, "Orders for our standard function linear ICs, or SLICs, have been strong, particularly those from our distributors, which have collectively become an important distribution channel for us since we began using them in 1991. In addition orders for ICs used in the pan-European GSM digital cellular phone network have been particularly strong. Our products are used in both the base stations and mobile phones," he said, "and we are benefiting from the rapid growth occurring in this market." Stata also indicated that Analog is continuing to see strong demand for products used in personal computers.
 Stata said the company expects to announce results for the second quarter on Wednesday, May 19th.
 With fiscal 1992 revenues of $567 million, Analog Devices is a leading manufacturer of precision high-performance integrated circuits used in analog and digital signal processing applications. The company employs approximately 5,300 people worldwide and has manufacturing facilities in Massachusetts, California, North Carolina, Ireland, Japan, the Philippines and Taiwan.
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 /CONTACT: James O. Fishbeck, director of corporate communications, Analog Devices, 617-461-3282/
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