Telecom equipment maker Virata ( VRTA) was down 4.7% at midafternoon after UBS Warburg cut it to buy from strong buy, saying the company could soon be stuck with an inventory backlog. The move came a day after the company beat the Street's second-quarter earnings estimate.

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