2013 Outlook: The Disruptor Tech Companies

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					Robert DeFrancesco’s
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December 17, 2012


2013 Outlook: The Disruptor Tech Companies
NOW AVAILABLE: The December 2012 issue of Tech-Stock Prospector for your
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Here are some of the topics covered in the December 2012 issue:

*8 disruptor tech companies for 2013
*Splunk delivers the growth
*Salesforce still showing disruptor qualities
*A look at Eloqua & ExactTarget
*The Aruba Networks battle against Cisco heats up
*Akamai inks CDN alliance with AT&T
*Cisco wants more software revenue
*Is Acme Packet poised for a rebound?
*Why Palo Alto Networks is winning market share
*Infoblox surprises to the upside
*Valuing fast-growing Workday in the SaaS segment
*Analysts weigh in on Riverbed’s OPNET purchase
*Fortinet shares regroup following pullback
*Fusion-IO positioned for growth in flash storage
*TSP Deal Report: Sourcefire

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The major tech trends from this year—including cloud computing, mobility, security
and Big Data—will carry over into 2013 and only get more powerful. The tech
companies showing the best growth these days are all somehow involved in one or
more of these key themes.

Cloud computing has become its own megatrend. The overall cloud software market
is expected to show 19% growth next year, which will propel growth in the
enterprise cloud server market. By 2016, it’s estimated that 60% of all datacenter
workloads will be processed in the cloud.
In the mobile segment, one research firm predicts that the number of 4G LTE
subscribers will jump 181% in 2013. The Mobile Megatrend will get a boost next
year because carriers are being forced to start spending money to improve their
networks to support these growing subscriber counts.

Big companies obviously are well positioned to benefit from these broad trends. But
for investors, it’s the disruptor companies—the ones that are constantly innovating,
adding tons of new customers and winning market share—that often show the best
returns. Disruptors force industries to adapt, change and grow in new ways.

For our list of eight tech companies that will continue to disrupt their sectors in
2013, check out the December 2012 issue of Tech-Stock Prospector.

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Tech-Stock Prospector Managing Editor Rob DeFrancesco has more than 20
years of experience covering the tech sector. He is a former senior writer with
Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street.

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focused primarily on the networking, storage, security, wireless and software
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