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NI Technology Updates Outlooks for STMicroelectronics, International Rectifier, O2Micro, Power Integrations, and Intersil

PRINCETON, N.J. July 13, 2011

Paul McWilliams

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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:

— Did STMicro make the right move by unloading Numonyx and joining forces with NXP Semiconductors and Ericsson in the handset space?  Should investors apply a higher risk discount to STMicro given its relationship with struggling Nokia?  Does McWilliams expect STMicro to outperform expectations with its upcoming earnings report?

— What factors have driven the International Rectifier turnaround story?  Has the recent pullback in the stock, given investors a buying opportunity?  What is McWilliams’ fair value range for International Rectifier and how much upside does it represent from current prices?

— Has O2Micro made inroads in new markets or is it just another one-trick pony?  Does McWilliams expect O2Micro to outperform Wall Street’s 2011 outlook?  Does the upside potential for O2Micro outweigh the potential risks?

— By focusing on new markets, is Power Integrations raising its growth potential?  Has the stock’s risk profile changed?  Does McWilliams see strong upside in store for Power Integrations in the second half of the year?

— What big mistakes did Intersil make in the last couple of years?  Has recent M&A activity in the tech space made Intersil more attractive or less attractive as an acquisition candidate?  Is Intersil in the early stages of a strong turnaround story?

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