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Full title: Notice and Opportunity for Hearing (RE: related document(s)1393 Objection to Claim Number 37 by Claimant Timothy Bolaji Filed by Debtor Wave Computing, Inc.. (Attachments: # 1 Declaration of Julie Rome-Banks In Support Thereof # 2 Declaration of Patricia Leeper In Support Thereof)). Filed by Debtor Wave Computing, Inc. (Attachments: # 1 Certificate of Service) (Rome-Banks, Julie) (Entered: 08/18/2021)

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NOTICE OF OBJECTIONS TO CLAIM OF TIMOTHY BOLAJI AND OPPORTUNITY TO REQUEST HEARING 17 18 TO AFFECTED CLAIMANT: TIMOTHY BOLAJI (Claim #37)Computing, In(4264), MIPS Tech, Inc. (8247), Hellosoft, Inc. (8640), Wave Computing (UK) Limite26 A claimant must file with the Bankruptcy Court through one of the filing 3 methods detailed below and serve upon counsel for the Reorganized Debtors, Julie Rome-Banks, Binder & Malter LLP, 2775 Park Avenue, Santa Clara, California 95050 4 All other parties may submit documents for filing by mail, electronically via16 the Court’s website, in designated drop-box locations or at the Clerk’s office Intake Counter during the posted hours of public operation.Counter hours of public operation, the electronic submission of documents, mailing 19 addresses and the location of drop-boxes is available on the Court’s website home pageunder the banner “Court Operations during the COVID-19 Outbreak Information about 20 Hearings, Filings, and Operations”: https://www.canb.uscourts.gov/content/page/court-operations-during-covid-19-outbreak 21 22

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1 BINDER & MALTER, LLP Michael W. Malter (SBN 96533) 2 Robert G. Harris (SBN 124678) Julie H. Rome-Banks (SBN 142364) 3 2775 Park Avenue, Santa Clara CA 95050 4 Telephone: 408.295.1700 Facsimile: 408.295.1531 5 Email: michael@bindermalter.com Email: rob@bindermalter.com 6 Email: julie@bindemalter.com 7 Attorneys for the Reorganized Debtors 8 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT 9 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 10 SAN JOSE DIVISION 11 In re: Case No. 20-50682 (MEH) 12 WAVE COMPUTING, INC., et al., Chapter 11 (Jointly Administered) 13 Debtors.1 14 NO HEARING UNLESS REQUESTED 15 16 NOTICE OF OBJECTIONS TO CLAIM OF TIMOTHY BOLAJI AND OPPORTUNITY TO REQUEST HEARING 17 18 TO AFFECTED CLAIMANT: TIMOTHY BOLAJI (Claim #37) 19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that WAVE COMPUTING, INC., MIPS TECH INC. and CAUSTIC GRAPHICS, INC., the Reorganized Debtors and Debtors-in-Possession 20 (together the “Debtors” and each a “Debtor”), are objecting to claim that you have filed inthese bankruptcy cases for the reasons set forth in the OBJECTIONS TO CLAIM OF 21 TIMOTHY BOLAJI (“Objections”) which is being served upon you concurrently herewith. The Debtors request that the claim be disallowed for the reasons set forth in the 22 Objections. 23 24 1 The Debtors in these chapter 11 cases, along with the last four digits of eac25 Debtor’s federal tax identification number, as applicable, are: Wave Computing, In(4264), MIPS Tech, Inc. (8247), Hellosoft, Inc. (8640), Wave Computing (UK) Limite26 (None), Imagination Technologies, Inc. (6967), Caustic Graphics, Inc. (7272), and MIP27 Tech, LLC (2161). The Debtors’ mailing address is 3201 Scott Blvd, Santa Clara, C95054. 28

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The Debtors further give notice that the Objections are subject to Bankruptcy Loc1 Rules 9014-1(b)(3) and 3007-1, which provide that: 2 (i) A claimant must file with the Bankruptcy Court through one of the filing 3 methods detailed below and serve upon counsel for the Reorganized Debtors, Julie Rome-Banks, Binder & Malter LLP, 2775 Park Avenue, Santa Clara, California 95050 4 julie@bindermalter.com, with a request for hearing or opposition to the requested relief within thirty (30) days of the mailing of this notice; 5 (ii) That a request for hearing or opposition must be accompanied by any 6 declarations or memoranda of law the party opposing relief or requesting a hearing 7 wishes to present in support of its position; 8 (iii) If there is not a timely opposition to the requested relief or a timely request forhearing, the Court may enter an order granting the relief by default. The Debtors will giv9 at least 7 days’ written notice of the hearing to the opposing or requesting party in the event that a timely opposition or request for hearing is made. 10 11 The Debtors further give notice that pursuant to Bankruptcy Local Rule 3007-1, where a factual dispute is involved, the initial hearing on an objection to claim is deemed12 a status conference at which the Court will not receive evidence. Where the objection involves only a matter of law, the matter may be argued at the initial hearing. The 13 Debtors reserve the right to object to the claims on additional grounds. 14 FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Notice is further given pursuant to Seventh Amended 15 General Order 38, that ECF Registered Participants must file all documents electronically. All other parties may submit documents for filing by mail, electronically via16 the Court’s website, in designated drop-box locations or at the Clerk’s office Intake Counter during the posted hours of public operation. Filing fee payments (no cash) may 17 be submitted electronically, by mail or drop-box, or at the Clerk’s office Intake Counter during the posted hours of public operation. Information regarding Clerk’s office Intake 18 Counter hours of public operation, the electronic submission of documents, mailing 19 addresses and the location of drop-boxes is available on the Court’s website home pageunder the banner “Court Operations during the COVID-19 Outbreak Information about 20 Hearings, Filings, and Operations”: https://www.canb.uscourts.gov/content/page/court-operations-during-covid-19-outbreak 21 22 Dated: August 18, 2021 BINDER & MALTER, LLP 23 By: /s/ Julie H. Rome-Banks 24 Julie H. Rome-Banks Attorneys for Reorganized Debtors 25 26 27 28

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