Security Vendor FireEye (FEYE) Ready to Light Up its IPO by TechStockProspector


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									                                    Robert DeFrancesco’s
                           Tech-Stock Prospector

September 19, 2013

Security Vendor FireEye (FEYE) Ready to Light Up its IPO
The highly anticipated FireEye (FEYE) IPO is expected to price this evening. The
price range has been increased to $15-$17 from $12-$14 previously. The company
will sell 14 million shares.

FireEye offers a virtual machine-based security platform that provides real-time
protection to enterprises and governments.

The company’s MVX virtual execution engine identifies and protects against known
and unknown threats that competitors (using existing signature-based
technologies) can’t detect.

FireEye is one of the leading vendors in the hot advanced persistent threat (APT)
segment of networking security.

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FireEye’s revenue in 2012 surged 148% to $83.3 million, and for the six months
ended June rose 107% to $61.6 million.

CTO Ashar Aziz, a 12-year vet of Sun Microsystems, founded FireEye in 2004. In
November, Dave DeWalt, former CEO of McAfee (now owned by Intel), joined as
CEO. DeWalt was CEO of Documentum (sold to EMC in 2003) and then served as
Exec VP of EMC’s software group.

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*Why ServiceNow was able to raise guidance yet again
*Workday causing major disruption for legacy ERP vendors
*F5 Networks looks to security to add growth in 2014
*Fortinet in Q2 attracted some savvy money managers
*Imperva emerging as a hot vendor in datacenter security
*Proofpoint brings Big Data techniques to cybersecurity
*FireEye getting IPO buzz in the security space
*Infoblox builds out its DNS firewall business
*Splunk expands its portfolio of machine-data solutions
*The outlook brightens for Facebook
*New growth drivers at Intel
* steps up growth, confounds the critics
*Could privately held SugarCRM disrupt Salesforce’s growth?
*Tech Focus: Rally Software stays agile
*Why some big investors like Akamai Technologies
*Deal Report: Rocket Fuel IPO

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