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NI Technology Updates Outlooks for InvenSense, Sequans Communications, Cree, Extreme Networks, and NetApp

PRINCETON, N.J. May 25, 2012 http://www.nextinning.com

Paul McWilliams

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— Cree:  Should Cree investors be concerned about the departure of its CFO to take the same position at Extreme Networks? Does McWilliams agree with a recent analyst comment that Cree is "the First Solar of the LED space"? Is Cree on the right track with its vertically integrated business model?

— Extreme:  Does the hiring of Cree’s CEO to take over at Extreme suggest big things ahead for the company?  Could Extreme’s strategy in hiring a CFO with M&A experience be to better prepare itself for an acquisition offer?  Is there reason to believe Extreme’s stock has been oversold and is trading below its fair value?

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