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SandForce Driven(TM) Member SSD Demonstrations at Computex 2013 to Showcase TCG Opal Compliant Drives and New Features for Optimizing Battery Life
Collaboration Between LSI and Microsoft Enables a Unique Platform for Volume Shipments of High Availability Systems
Market Research Firm Highlights LSI as the Leading Supplier of SSD Controllers Based on Revenue Share in 2012
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LSI Ships More Than 40,000 Nytro(TM) Flash Adapter Products in First Year
In trading on Thursday, shares of LSI Corp crossed above their 200 day moving average of $6.95, changing hands as high as $7.01 per share. LSI Corp shares are currently trading up about 1.4% on the day.
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IBM Offering High IOPS Modular Adapters Based on LSI Nytro WarpDrive(R) Technology to Boost Performance for Data-Intensive Applications
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LSI Processors With Programmable Accelerators Offer a Smooth Transition From Traditional to Software Defined Networks
LSI(R) Nytro(TM) MegaRAID(R) Technology Offered With Intel(R) RAID for Intel(R) Server Boards and Systems to Boost Application Performance and Enhance Data Protection
First-to-Market SAS Products Show the Power of End-to-End LSI 12Gb/s SAS Performance for Enterprise Server and Storage Environments
Superior Signal-To-Noise Ratio Allows System Designers to Push Hard Disk Drive Areal Density and Reliability to New Levels
TheStreet Ratings group would like to highlight 5 stocks pushing the electronics industry higher today, Feb. 14, 2013.
LSI Corporation was a leading decliner within the electronics industry, falling 8 cents (-1.1%) to $7.11 on average volume.
LSI Corporation (Nasdaq:LSI) is trading at unusually high volume Friday with 13.6 million shares changing hands. It is currently at two times its average daily volume and trading up 35 cents (+5%).
LSI and MarkWest Energy Partners are also keepers, Cramer said, but stay away from Nokia and Pitney Bowes.
Microsoft, HP, Intel and Dell are goners, Cramer said, so sell, sell, sell.
The prospects are good for International Paper, Sanofi and LSI, Cramer said, but the lawsuit against Bank of America is a waste of time.
Markets are asking a lot from companies this earnings season, and none are emerging unscathed, Cramer said.
Cramer has high hopes for Family Dollar, is disappointed by F5 Networks but says Symantec is a buy.
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