NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Since bottoming out at $10.38 per share on Aug. 21, shares of Fusion-io (FIO), which have been under significant pressure for most of the year, have soared by as much as 50%. Due to the volatile nature of this company over the past month, the stock has given back more than 10% of those gains.In the ever-changing realm of Big Data, where titans like EMC (EMC) and NetApp (NTAP) have grown to dominate corporate enterprises, Fusion-io is still a relatively unknown name. However, it is starting to disrupt the way enterprises think about storage and analytics. To that end, while there's no debate that Fusion-io has extraordinary growth potential, management has chronically failed to execute on that promise. I don't believe it's time to give up on this company just yet, even though the Street is expecting very little.
Fusion-io: The Street Ignores the Good
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