NI Technology Research, a Leading Service for Wall Street Professionals and Money Managers, Updates Outlooks for Ruckus

 NI Technology Research, a Leading Service for Wall Street Professionals and
   Money Managers, Updates Outlooks for Ruckus Wireless, Ubiquiti Networks,
                     Citrix Systems, Intel and InvenSense

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PRINCETON, N.J., June 17, 2013

PRINCETON, N.J., June 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Next Inning Technology Research
(http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on
technology stocks, has issued updated outlooks for Ruckus Wireless (NYSE:
RKUS), Ubiquiti Networks (Nasdaq: UBNT), Citrix Systems (Nasdaq: CTXS), Intel
(Nasdaq: INTC) and InvenSense (NYSE: INVN).

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Topics discussed in the latest reports include:

-- Ruckus and Ubiquiti: With rumors swirling that Cisco may make an
acquisition in the enterprise wireless space, might Ruckus or Ubiquiti be the
target? Which potential target is a better fit and how would a potential
acquisition benefit Cisco?

-- Citrix: With desktop virtualization now building traction, is Citrix, via
partnerships with Microsoft and Cisco, poised to be a big winner? Does
McWilliams think it is a better stock to own today than virtualization leader,
VMWare?

-- Intel: Does new data suggest that new Intel mobile processor technology is
poised to challenge the competition at Qualcomm and other processor companies
using cores designed by ARM Holdings? Why does McWilliams think Apple should
adopt Intel's new high-performance SoCs, and how could Apple leverage this
strategy across its ecosystem business model?

-- InvenSense: As was noted in a recent Q&A exchange with a Next Inning
reader, McWilliams has been spot-on since he initiated coverage of InvenSense
over a year ago. Rumors suggest InvenSense will displace STMicro as a
strategic supplier of MEMS used in its next generation iPhone. Does
McWilliams think that is a reason to buy shares of InvenSense today? As the
one-pure play in MEMS technology and with the recent announcement of its new
6-axis MEMS device, is InvenSense poised to grow market share? What is
McWilliams' price target for InvenSense and how much upside does it represent
from current prices?

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