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After spending the past year stuck at a two- and three-star ranking, enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on Zoran
Investors are warming up to the increasing potential of Zoran as it continues to bolster its position in several end markets. The chip maker holds a strong position in its two largest revenue-generating product lines -- digital TV and digital cameras -- and also competes with strong contenders including Advanced Micro Devices
As LCD glass maker Corning's
Investors also like Zoran's ability to win key customers in the digital camera space, a market that accounted for 37% of its fourth-quarter revenues. The market has also attracted big names, like Cisco Systems
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