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Next Inning Technology Research Identifies Winners and Losers from Cisco's New Data Center Initiative
Next Inning Technology Research (, a subscription service focused on semiconductor and technology stocks, announced it has published a series of reports updating outlooks for VMware, EMC, Juniper Networks, Advanced Micro Devices and more.


Throughout this challenging period in the market, Editor Paul McWilliams has helped his subscribers identify uniquely positioned tech sector opportunities. On Monday, March 9th, McWilliams alerted his readers to "a very strong catalyst for at least a short-term rally." The Nasdaq has moved up more than 17% from that point. In just the first two and a half months of 2009, the Next Inning model portfolio has posted a gain of 23% compared to a -5% decline by the Nasdaq.


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In his report covering Cisco's "data center" initiative, McWilliams wrote, "I think we can extrapolate from the Cisco news how it may impact some other companies in the sector. The news also allows us to reflect on and better understand some of the decisions and announcements made by a number of companies during the last six or so months ..."


McWilliams also looks at these topics:


-- Is there a chance that EMC will get the cold shoulder from Cisco as Cisco rolls out its data center initiative?


-- Based on relative valuations, are investors better off gaining exposure to VMware by buying EMC, which owns the vast majority of VMware stock?


-- Why might Juniper be an unexpected winner as a result of Cisco's new plans?


-- Does McWilliams expect AMD's venture into the world of contract manufacturing to be a catalyst for a turnaround in the stock?


Founded in September 2002, Next Inning's model portfolio has returned 163% since its inception versus 15% for the Nasdaq.

Published Thursday, March 19, 2009 6:40 PM by David Marshall
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