Expands Offering of Rugged High-Definition IP Video Surveillance Solutions for Critical Infrastructure Environments Poway, CA, February 26, 2013 -- Cohu, Inc. (NASDAQ: COHU) today announced that its Cohu Electronics Division has changed their name to CohuHD effective immediately. This change is part of a larger rebranding effort designed to more accurately reflect their reputation for integrating the latest high-definition IP technology into rugged video surveillance cameras systems for monitoring and protecting critical infrastructure environments. Thomas D. Kampfer , President and General Manager, said, “CohuHD has built a solid reputation as a leading manufacturer of high-definition video surveillance systems for use within critical infrastructure environments. We want to ensure that our image and name accurately reflects our expanded product line. We have invested significantly in enhancing and improving our product offerings as well as continue our commitment to innovation, quality, and customer care. The company’s ownership, people, and core products have not changed, and our new name and image reflect our historical roots while emphasizing core competencies. We’re moving forward, developing the next generation of rugged high-definition video cameras, and we have created a streamlined, updated look and feel to match.” CohuHD operates as a Division of Cohu, Inc . The name change will be reflected in the Website ( www.cohuhd.com ); email addresses (email@example.com) and social media ( www.facebook.com/CohuHD , www.twitter.com/CohuHD , www.youtube.com/CohuHD , www.linkedin.com/company/CohuHD ). Email addresses for their team members will be forwarded. Their phone number and street address remain the same. About CohuHD Cohu, Inc., CohuHD Division is a leading manufacturer of high-definition video surveillance camera systems for use in mission-critical, sensitive environments. Integrating the latest video compression and high-definition IP technology into its innovative, rugged video cameras systems, CohuHD's line of high quality HD cameras, transmission equipment and management software can be found on the international space station, monitoring the busiest freeways and ports, military bases, U.S. Navy ships, oil refineries, nuclear reactors, mines, high value manufacturing sites, and other critical installations around the globe.