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Isilon Systems, Inc. (ISLN) [hlAlert]

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Isilon Systems, Inc. (ISLN) rated Sell with price target $3.50 by Caris & Company

Posted on: Friday,  Apr 4, 2008  9:25 AM ET by Caris & Company

Isilon Systems, Inc. (ISLN) rated
Sell with price target $3.50 by Caris & Company.

Isilon Systems, Inc. (Isilon Systems) provides scale-out network attached storage (NAS) systems, combining its OneFS operating system software and clustered architecture for file-based data, including video, audio, digital images, computer models, portable document format (PDF) files, scanned images, reference information, test and simulation data, and other file-based information. The Company?s systems comprise three or more nodes. Each node is a self-contained, rack-mountable device that contains industry standard hardware, including disk drives, a central processing unit (CPU) memory chips and network interfaces, and is integrated with its OneFS operating system software, which unifies a cluster of nodes into a single shared resource. As of December 31, 2008, the Company had sold its scale-out NAS storage systems to more than 900 customers across a range of industries.

Caris & Company, an investment bank created by a diverse group of leading Wall Street professionals. We are founded on the basic principle that Wall Street requires a different type of organization: One that offers objective, conflict-free research, acute focus on customer service, broad institutional coverage, and an unwavering commitment to increasing the value of our clients' portfolios. Quite simply, our goal is to generate solid investment ideas for our clients. We offer a unique, differentiated, conflict-free research perspective on large, mid, and small capitalization companies in four growth oriented verticals: Health Care, Technology, Energy, and Consumer.
as of 12/24/2008
1 Week down  -4.40 %
1 Month down  -0.42 %
3 Months up  18.27 %
1 YTD up  27.96 %

(*) Stock Price at the time of the recommendation.
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