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NI Technology Updates Outlooks for Conexant Systems, MIPS Technologies, Anadigics, Corning, and Akamai

PRINCETON, N.J. Feb. 11, 2011

Paul McWilliams

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— Does the recent announcement that Altair Semiconductor will license technology from MIPS suggest that MIPS is building its presence in key markets?  What advantages does this deal highlight as compared to the technology offered by rival ARM Holdings?

— Was Wall Street right to punish shares of Anadigics in tandem with the drop experienced by rival TriQuint in the wake of its disappointing earnings report?  Has the pullback created a buying opportunity for Anadigics investors?

— In September, when Corning was trading in the mid-teens, McWilliams advised Next Inning subscribers that the stock would move into the low to mid-$20s.  Now that the stock has achieved that price target, does McWilliams see an opportunity for further price appreciation?  

— Does McWilliams expect the demand environment for Akamai’s various performance enhancing technologies to remain strong?  Does McWilliams believe that Akamai is trading at an attractive valuation right now or should investors wait for a pullback before adding shares?

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