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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— Based on what we’ve seen from the earnings reports of the other three primary companies in the power RF semiconductor sector, what is McWilliams expecting from Anadigics when it reports earnings this week? Should investors consider Anadigics now, given the current "target-rich" environment?
— Does McWilliams expect demand to grow in the sector where Blue Coat is primarily focused? What does competition from the likes of Riverbed, Cisco and Juniper Networks mean for Blue Coat? What has Cavium Networks, and NetLogic Microsystems done to "hollow out" Blue Coat’s differentiation? Is Blue Coat now trading at its fair value price or is there room for upside from here?
— Might Brocade be an attractive acquisition target for tech blue chips like Dell, IBM, and Oracle? With expectations for Brocade at a low point, is now the time for opportunistic investors to consider taking a position?
— With Clearwire’s network rollout incomplete, what are the options available to the company? Is Clearwire likely to sell some of its spectrum? Might the firm become a takeover target in 2011? What does this mean for Clearwire’s supplier, Dragonwave?
— Is McWilliams expecting significant growth in Hittite’s key markets? Based on an in depth valuation analysis, what is McWilliams’ fair value range for Hittite, and how much upside does it suggest from current prices?
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