Aruba Networks (ARUN) Rebounds 79%; T. Rowe Price Big Q2 Buyer

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					Robert DeFrancesco’s
September 17, 2012

T. Rowe Price Big Q2 Buyer of Aruba Networks (ARUN)
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*Google & Facebook seek growth in mobile
*Bazaarvoice captures the social chatter
*Ciena bets on ramping bandwidth demand
*Electronic Arts pivots for a turnaround
*Akamai Technologies holds a secret growth weapon
*Figuring out a realistic valuation for Yahoo
*Zillow attracts a record number of Web & mobile users
*Cisco Systems battles to stay relevant to investors
*Behind the sharp rebound in Aruba Networks shares
* builds up its new Marketing Cloud
*Why some big investors like Jive Software
*ExactTarget delivers the right message
*Intel trims guidance on weak PC demand
*Fusion-IO offers bullish fiscal 2013 revenue outlook
*Deal Report: The next big enterprise tech IPO

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T. Rowe Price in the June quarter added 2.8 million shares of Aruba Networks
(ARUN, $22.20), a provider of enterprise wireless LAN solutions. The money
manager was one of the biggest Q2 buyers of Aruba and is now by far the #1 holder,
with 15.02 million shares.

Tech stocks often get a bad rap for being extremely volatile. When it comes to
smaller companies, the reputation is often fitting. In the case of Aruba Networks, the
volatility has been off the charts, with the stock dipping to a low of $12.36 in June
from the May 2011 high of $36.40.

Aruba shares have now rebounded 79% off the summer low.
For more on the Aruba Networks growth story and a rundown of the other big
money managers buying the shares in the second quarter, see the September 2012
issue of Tech-Stock Prospector.

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Description: Aruba Networks shares have rallied sharply off the summer low