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NI Technology Previews Earnings for Broadcom, Sanmina-SCI, ARM Holdings, STMicroelectronics and Texas Instruments

PRINCETON, N.J. July 25, 2011

Paul McWilliams

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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:

— What four factors have weighed on the price of Broadcom this year?  What has Intel done recently that McWilliams think will end up threatening the core of Broadcom’s business model?  Why is there "really no consensus on how to evaluate Broadcom earnings," according to McWilliams?  Is Broadcom trading below a fair valuation?

$12 to $14

— Many investors are aware that ARM processor cores power the uber-popular iPad, but did you know ARM was founded more than two decades ago via a joint venture involving Apple to develop a processor for its first tablet, the Newton?  How did that set up ARM for the domination it enjoys today in not only the tablet market but also the smartphone market?  Does McWilliams see any material competitive threats lurking in the near future?  Does McWilliams think the Wall Street love affair has pushed the price of ARM above reasonable levels or is time to add shares ahead of ARM’s quarterly earnings report this week?

— Is STMicro’s performance being weighed on by Nokia’s recent struggles?  Did STMicro make a good move by unloading Numonyx to Micron and by joining forces with NXP Semiconductors and Ericsson in the handset space? What is McWilliams’ estimated fair value range for STMicro, and how much upside does it represent from current levels?

— Did Texas Instruments overpay in its big acquisition of National Semiconductor?  Will TI be able to leverage what it is gaining from National Semi to fuel growth in key markets?  Should investors steer clear of TI until the dust settles?

September 2002

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