Howard Marks writing for Network Computing comments:
Violin Memory, maker of flash storage, saw its IPO price drop on its opening day. The drop says more about Violin’s challenges than those of the overall flash market.
Violin has people asking lots of questions about where flash and SSD are headed. Instead, they should be asking about what Violin is thinking. And what their exit strategy truly is.
Read more at: Violin’s IPO Tumble Is About Violin, Not Flash
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