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What: Shares of Silicon Graphics (Nasdaq: SGI) jumped 22% today after the company released another outstanding earnings report.

So what: Revenue jumped 33% from last year to $143.7 million easily passing estimates of $135.6 million. Earnings per share also beat estimates although the company still reported a loss of $0.05 per share.

Now what: Silicon Graphics is on a roll after reporting a blowout earnings report in February and another one in the first quarter. Management expects the company to grow at twice the industry growth rate during 2011, which should help push shares higher. I think Silicon Graphics has more room to run as growth continues to drive the company.

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