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NTAP has had four 2:1 splits:
March 22, 2000
December 20, 1999
December 21, 1998
December 18, 1997
Original posting, when the thread was first started and very few people were familiar with NTAP. At the time, EMC ruled. EMC was taken-out by DELL in 2015 for a cash and stock deal:
I own some of this stock and have been surprised at the little interest
on it. Should it really be clasified as storage or server?. The company is growing very fast. A Lehman analyst has said it is ready for "hypergrowth". I
think the concept is great. Why the lack of interest?