NI Technology Research Updates Outlooks for Alliance Fiber Optic Products, Flextronics, Integrated Device Technology and

  NI Technology Research Updates Outlooks for Alliance Fiber Optic Products,
            Flextronics, Integrated Device Technology and Broadcom

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PRINCETON, N.J., Aug. 28, 2013

PRINCETON, N.J., Aug. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Next Inning Technology Research
(http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on
technology stocks, has issued updated outlooks for Alliance Fiber Optic
Products (Nasdaq: AFOP), Flextronics (Nasdaq: FLEX), Integrated Device
Technology (Nasdaq: IDTI) and Broadcom (Nasdaq: BRCM).

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Topics discussed in the latest reports include:

-- Alliance Fiber Optic: With Alliance shares now up 200% on the year, does
McWilliams see further gains ahead or is time for investors to lock up profits
and move to the sidelines? What does McWilliams' detailed analysis of
Alliance's numbers reveal about the company? How does Alliance compare to
fiber optics leaders Finisar and JDS Uniphase?

-- Flextronics: McWilliams encouraged Next Inning readers to buy Flextronics
as we headed into 2013. While still up nearly 50% from the suggested entry
price, Flextronics' stock has fallen back recently. What is behind its strong
year-to-date performance and the more recent decline? Is Flextronics now
fairly valued based on McWilliams' detailed valuation analysis?

-- IDT: IDT hit McWilliams' price target in the high single digits when it
traded above $9 earlier this month, and at that high was up nearly 60% from
his suggested entry price. However, with news that its CEO has "resigned,"
the price has fallen back. Does this signal a problem or is IDT's design
positioning in 4G so strong that we should see new highs later this year as
LTE deployments accelerate? Why might China Mobile's announcement of
approximately $3.2 billion worth of new contracts to build out its 4G
infrastructure represent a bonus for IDT? What potential value could this
build-out deliver for IDT, which has said it has design positioning in the
TD-LTE 4G systems being deployed in China?

-- Broadcom: McWilliams warned investors early this year that the one big risk
Broadcom faces is in the 3G baseband processor market. While Broadcom
reported particularly strong sales for 3G baseband processors in Q1, sales
fell off notably in Q2, and with that, so has Broadcom's stock price. Is Wall
Street overreacting to this competitive threat? What three factors do
Broadcom investors need to pay close attention to going forward? Does
McWilliams believe that Broadcom has been oversold at its current price in the
mid-$20s?

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