NetApp Inc. (NASDAQ: NTAP) slid -4.35%, to close at $42.03 and its overall traded volume was 7.15M shares during the last session against its average volume of 6.97M. NTAP opened at $42.45 and is trading within the range of $41.62-$42.89. The 52-week range of the stock is $33.00-$61.02. At current market price, the market capitalization of the company stands at $15.48B and it has 368.42M outstanding shares.
NetApp, Inc. (NetApp) is a provider of storage and data management solutions. The Company has a portfolio of application, virtualization, cloud, and service provider solutions. NetApp’s products and services are designed to meet the requirements and service levels of enterprises and their business applications. The Company offers storage solutions that incorporate its unified storage platform and the functionality of its data and storage resource management software. NetApp markets and sells its storage data management solutions directly through its worldwide sales force and indirectly through channel partners such as value-added resellers, systems integrators, distributors, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and strategic business partners. On January 31, 2011, it acquired Akorri Networks, Inc. In May 6, 2011, the Company acquired certain interests related to the External storage systems business (ESG) of LSI Corporation. On May 13, 2010, NetApp acquired of Bycast Inc. (Bycast).
SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK) percentage change fell -4.76%, to close at $49.07 and its overall traded volume was 6.98M shares during the last session the stock had average daily volume of 8.38M shares. SNDK opened the day at $50.20, it made an intraday low of $48.70 and an intraday high of $50.26. The stock has a 52 week low of $32.24 and 52 week high of $53.60. SNDK’s market capitalization is $11.74B and it has 239.23M outstanding shares. SanDisk Corporation (SanDisk) is engaged in designing, developing and manufacturing data storage solutions in a range of form factors using the flash memory, controller and firmware technologies. The Company operates through flash memory storage products segment. Most of its products are manufactured by combining NAND flash memory with a controller chip. The Company’s solutions include removable cards, embedded products, universal serial bus (USB) drives, digital media players, wafers and components. The removable card products are used in a range of consumer electronics devices, such as mobile phones, digital cameras, gaming devices and laptop computers. Its embedded flash products are used in mobile phones, tablets, eReaders, global positioning system, (GPS), devices, gaming systems, imaging devices and computing platforms. In May 2011, it acquired Pliant Technology, Inc., pursuant to which Pliant Technology became SanDisk’s Enterprise Storage Solutions business.
Varian Semiconductor (NASDAQ: VSEA) fell -0.06%, to close at $62.93 and its overall traded volume was 6.79M shares during the last session the stock had average daily volume of 1.59M shares. VSEA opened the day at $62.97, it made an intraday low of $62.93 and an intraday high of $62.99. The 52-week range of the stock is $31.15-$62.99. The market capitalization of the company stands at $4.86B and it has 77.17M outstanding shares. Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates, Inc. is a supplier of ion implantation systems, which the Company refers to as tools, used in the fabrication of integrated circuits, which it refers to as microchips or chips. It designs, manufactures, markets and services semiconductor processing equipment for all the semiconductor manufacturers worldwide. It designs, markets, manufactures and services ion implantation systems, which are used to build the transistors that are the basis of integrated circuits or microchips. The VIISta ion implanter products are designed to leverage single wafer processing technology for the range of semiconductor implant applications. As of October 1, 2010, it shipped more than 1,200 VIISta systems and more than 4,100 systems worldwide. It provides five wafer implanter products: low dose, medium energy; high current, high dose, low energy; high energy, low dose, very high energy, and ultra high dose, very high dose and very low energy.
Mylan Inc. (NASDAQ: MYL) percentage change fell -4.69%, to close at $18.10 and its overall traded volume was 6.63M shares during the last session with the total traded volume of 7.32M shares. MYL opened at $18.56 and is trading within the range of $17.95-$19.28. The stock has a 52-week range of $15.49-$25.46. At current market price, the market capitalization of the company stands at $7.72B and it has 426.51M outstanding shares. Mylan Inc. and its subsidiaries (Mylan) is a generic and specialty pharmaceutical company, which provides products to customers in more than 150 countries and territories. The Company operates in two segments: Generics and Specialty. Mylan is a fully-integrated global pharmaceutical company that develops, licenses, manufactures, markets and distributes generic and branded generic pharmaceuticals, specialty pharmaceuticals and active pharmaceutical ingredients (API). In September 2010, Mylan completed the acquisition of 100% of the outstanding equity in Bioniche Pharm a Holdings Limited (Bioniche Pharma). The United States sales are derived through the wholly owned subsidiary Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. (MPI), its primary United States pharmaceutical research, development, manufacturing, marketing and distribution subsidiary, as well as through Mylan Institutional. Mylan Institutional. The specialty pharmaceutical business is conducted through Dey Pharma, L. P.
STEC, Inc. (NASDAQ: STEC) percentage change dropped -12.31%, to close at $10.26 and its overall traded volume was 6.63M shares during the last session against its average volume of 1.34M. STEC opened the day at $9.49, it made an intraday low of $9.30 and an intraday high of $10.30. The stock has a 52-week range of $8.32-$25.44. The market capitalization of the company stands at $529.51M and it has 51.61M outstanding shares. STEC, Inc. (STEC) is a global provider of enterprise-class Flash-based solid-state drives (SSDs) that are designed for enterprise-class hardware that companies use to retain and access their critical data. STEC’s products are designed specifically for storage systems and enterprise hardware that run applications requiring a input/output operations per second (IOPS) performance, capacity and reliability, as well as low latency. It sells its SSDs to global enterprise hardware original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), which integrate them into products used by enterprises in a range of industries, including cloud computing, financial services, virtualization, Web 2.0, government, transportation, defense and transaction processing. It also manufactures small form factor Flash-based SSDs, cards and modules, as well as custom high density dynamic random access memory (DRAM) modules for networking, communications and industrial applications.