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Printer, Hoshi 

Mr. Hoshi Printer is an Independent Director of Lantronix, Inc., since December 15, 2010. Mr. Printer’s background includes four decades of relevant general and financial management experience, including serving as chief financial officer for several technology companies including Autobytel, an online automotive marketplace, Peerless Systems Corporation, an embedded imaging systems company, Neuron Data, developers of high-end, client-server, object- and web-oriented tools, Soane Technologies, an ophthalmic and bioscience business, and Catalytica, developers of environmental technology. From 2005 to 2010, Mr. Printer was a chief financial officer consultant. His clients included Private Access, Inc., a technology company; Avamar Technologies, Inc., a provider of enterprise data storage software; and Path 1 Network Technologies, a provider of television over IP technology to broadcasters. Mr. Printer also served as the divisional Vice President of Finance for Xerox Corporation. Mr. Printer serves on the board of the Forum for Corporate Directors, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing boardroom performance, and on the board of the Southern California Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors (“NACD”). Mr. Printer served as the President of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Chapter of the NACD, as President of the Software Council of Southern California, and on the board of the business college of California State University, Fullerton. Mr. Printer also serves on the Board of Advisors at Information Management Resources, Inc. (IMRI), headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California, a company that provides technology, cyber security, and engineering services to federal government agencies and commercial clients. Mr. Printer holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from Stanford Graduate School of Business, a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering, and Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.

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