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November 5, 1998 | Bloomberg News
QLogic Corp.'s stock hit a 52-week high Wednesday after the company's president said he expects profits to grow because of increased demand for its products, which speed communications between computers. "Because processing power goes up, input-output communications becomes a bottleneck," President H.K. Desai said. A customer like Sun Microsystems Inc., the world's biggest maker of computer workstations, has to ensure more powerful products can communicate faster. The stock climbed to $100.
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BUSINESS
May 8, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
QLogic Corp. shares rose 19% on Friday after the maker of chips that connect disk drives and accessories to computers said fourth-quarter profit more than doubled, aided by new products. QLogic rose $14.19 to $90.06, after reaching a record $96.25. The shares have gained about 38% this year. Emulex Corp., QLogic's former parent, rose 22%, or $10.81 a share, to $59.44. Emulex makes networking equipment that complements QLogic's. It spun off QLogic into a separately traded company five years ago.
BUSINESS
July 14, 1994
QLogic Corp., a Costa Mesa computer products company, reported earnings of $534,000 for its latest quarter. That was up 48% from a profit of $362,000 for the same period a year earlier. Revenue for the company's first fiscal quarter, which ended July 3, was $14.2 million, up 9% from $13.0 million for the same period a year earlier. QLogic became an independent, publicly traded company when its shares were distributed to stockholders of record of Emulex Corp. on Feb. 28.
BUSINESS
July 2, 1999 | Jonathan Gaw
QLogic Corp. of Costa Mesa said Thursday that Larry Carter, chief executive of Cisco Systems, the leading developer of network routers and switches, has joined QLogic's board of directors. Carter brings experience in operations, finance and acquisition analysis. QLogic designs high-performance connections between computers and data storage systems. QLogic expanded the board to six members from five.
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