Top Tech Analyst Updates Outlooks Following Earnings Reports from Entropic Communications, TriQuint Semiconductor, RF Micro

  Top Tech Analyst Updates Outlooks Following Earnings Reports from Entropic
 Communications, TriQuint Semiconductor, RF Micro Devices, Skyworks Solutions
                            and STMicroelectronics

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PRINCETON, N.J., May 2, 2013

PRINCETON, N.J., May 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Next Inning Technology Research
(, an online investment newsletter focused on
technology stocks, has issued updated outlooks for Entropic Communications
(Nasdaq: ENTR), TriQuint Semiconductor (Nasdaq: TQNT), RF Micro Devices
(Nasdaq: RFMD), Skyworks Solutions (Nasdaq: SWKS) and STMicroelectronics

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Topics discussed in the latest reports include:

-- Entropic: What mistakes did Entropic make in its communication with
investors and Wall Street that exacerbated the market's negative response to
its earnings report this week? Are there underlying issues that Entropic
investors should be concerned about? What five factors are weighing on
Entropic right now? In the wake of the sell-off, are Entropic shares now
trading at a bargain price?

-- TriQuint: Did TriQuint report calendar Q1 results and provide forward
guidance in line with McWilliams' expectations? Does McWilliams expect
TriQuint to benefit from its positioning in the defense market? What events
are going on in the defense market that could be a notable upside for
TriQuint? Should investors be concerned about TriQuint's large exposure to

-- RF Micro: Did RF Micro's earnings report outperform McWilliams'
expectations? Is Wall Street now taking notice of RF Micro's momentum? What
is RF Micro doing right and why is the 2G market still important and uniquely
valuable for RF Micro?

-- Skyworks: Is Skyworks delivering the most solid performance in the RF
sector? Were Skyworks' results in line with McWilliams' expectation? Is Wall
Street missing Skyworks' potential and strong fundamentals?

-- STMicro: Did earnings reports from STMicro and International Rectifier
confirm McWilliams' bullish thesis for the power semiconductor segment? Does
the report suggest further upside for the stocks going forward or are the
year-to-date gains we've seen so far fairly pricing in the news? What small
cap stock that will report calendar Q1 results next week is in a position to
benefit from a rising tide in the power discrete semiconductor market?

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