Melexis Tessenderlo NV announces today that it acquired 20.000 shares during the period August 25, 2010 till August 27, 2010.


Date of Number of Total Amount Highest Price Lowest Price Average Price
Purchase Shares (in EUR) (in EUR) (in EUR) (in EUR)
25-Aug-10 7.960 79.923,97 10,14  9,90  100,407
26-Aug-10 5.040 50.102,64 9,99 9,83  99,410
27-Aug-10 7.000 69.231,40 9,98 9,81


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Karen van Griensven

CFO Melexis Tessenderlo NV

Phone: +32 13 67 07 79

Fax: +32 13 67 21 34


About Melexis

Melexis Microelectronic Integrated Systems N.V. (Euronext Brussels:MELE) imagines, creates and delivers innovative mixed signal integrated circuits. Melexis ICs are driving green solutions that enable our customers to bring more energy efficient automotive systems to market. Melexis product portfolio addresses 4 classes of ICs; Sensor, Optoelectronic, Wireless and Actuators. Sensors include magnetic, MEMs, and sensor interface ICs. Optoelectronic products encompass linear arrays, single point sensors, infrared thermometers and CMOS wide dynamic range and night vision cameras. Wireless ICs focus on RKE, TPMS, ISM band applications, NFC, RFID reader and smart tag solutions. Actuator ICs cover LIN and CAN bus networking ICs and advanced BLDC motor driver technology. Melexis is proud of its participation toward reducing the human race's global environmental footprint. For more information visit


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