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NI Technology Updates Outlooks for OmniVision Technologies, EZchip Semiconductor, Opnext, Alliance Fiber Optics Products, and Brooks Automation

PRINCETON, N.J. Feb. 23, 2011

Paul McWilliams

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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:

— Is McWilliams expecting OmniVision to report strong results for its January-ending quarter?  What factors are working in the company’s favor and what is working against its interests?  Based on his valuation analysis, does McWilliams think OmniVision is trading at a bargain price ahead of its earnings report this week?

— Does McWilliams foresee Cisco Systems developing custom integrated circuits known as "ASICs" internally that would increase its ability to differentiate from Juniper and cause it to move away from EZchip as a supplier?  Why might EZchip actually provide Cisco with more opportunities to differentiate itself from its competitors than an ASIC solution like Juniper has shifted to?

— Stock prices for Finisar and JDS Uniphase, the two leaders in the fiber optics sector, have soared during the last year.  However, they have more recently dropped along with the rest of the tech market.  Does McWilliams see this as an opportunity to buy their shares on weakness or does he think investors would be better off at this stage buying shares of smaller companies in the sector like Opnext or Alliance Fiber Optics Products?  Does he think one of these stocks will be the next big winner?

— Based on a balance sheet and earnings analysis, is Brooks Automation trading in an attractive range right now?  What is McWilliams’ preferred stock for playing the semiconductor fabrication equipment sector?

September 2002

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