The Tech Company of the Week
Jul 21st 2012 8:30PM
Updated Jul 22nd 2012 12:38PM
Cloud computing, Web 2.0, high-performance computing -- these are just a few of the buzzwords you'll come across when learning about the emerging trends in technology today. In fact, you can count on at seeing least one of these themes affect nearly every tech company on Earth. Today, Brenton discusses how Mellanox Technologies, a company known for its interconnect solutions for servers and storage systems, is benefiting in a big way from each of these trends. Mellanox reported a blowout quarter and issued shockingly strong guidance, causing shares to rally 41% on the news. In the following video, you'll learn more about the report, and why listening into commentary from one big tech company could have tipped investors off that strong results were in the cards
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