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|Paul Tudor Jones 23,614 sh (New)|
Jim Simons 3,295,599 sh (+26.25%)
|Chuck Royce 1,166,382 sh (-26.94%)|
|Mario Gabelli 126,500 sh (New)||Paul Tudor Jones Sold Out|
Chuck Royce Sold Out
Jim Simons 3,243,500 sh (-1.58%)
(List those with share number changes of more than 20%, or impact to portfolio more than 0.1%)
|Industry:||Computer Hardware » Data Storage|
|Compare:||NYSE:TDC, NYSE:PSTG, ROCO:8299, TPE:2451, NAS:QLGC, NYSE:NMBL » details|
|Traded in other countries:||BXH.Germany,|
Dot Hill Systems Corp was formed in 1999 by the combination of Box Hill Systems Corp., or Box Hill, and Artecon, Inc., or Artecon. It reincorporated in Delaware in 2001. It designs, manufactures and markets a range of software and hardware storage systems for the entry and mid-range storage markets. The Company sells its products through server-based original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), such as Hewlett-Packard, or HP, Dell Inc. or Dell, Lenovo Group Limited or Lenovo, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. or AMD, and Stratus Technologies or Stratus; as well as into vertical markets through embedded solutions OEM's, such as Teradata Corporation or Teradata, CGG Veritas or CGG, Motorola, Inc. or Motorola, Tektronix Inc. or Tektronix, Samsung Electronics or Samsung, Concurrent Computer Corporation or Concurrent, Autodesk Inc. or Autodesk, Harris Broadcast Communications and Nokia Siemens Network or Nokia Siemens, which primarily include media and entertainment, telecommunications, high performance computing, digital image archive, big data and oil and gas. The Company's products, from small capacity direct attached to complete multi-hundred terabyte, or TB, storage area networks, or SANs, provide end-users with a cost-effective means of addressing increasing storage demands at compelling price-performance points. The Company's current product family based on its AssuredSAN architecture provides high performance and large disk array capacities for a broad variety of environments, employing Fibre Channel, Internet Small Computer Systems Interface, or iSCSI and Serial Attached SCSI, or SAS, interconnects to switches and/or hosts. In addition, its Assured family of data protection software products provides additional layers of data protection options to complement its line of storage disk arrays. The Company's current mainstream 2000 and 3000 series of entry-level storage products and Just a Bunch of Disks, or JBOD, arrays are targeted primarily at mainstream enterprise and small-to-medium business, or SMB, applications. The Company's AssuredSAN products have been distinguished by certification as Network Equipment Building System, or NEBS, Level 3 (a telecommunications standard for equipment used in central offices) and are MIL-STD-810F (a military standard created by the U.S.government) compliant based on their ruggedness and reliability. In February 2010, it launched the latest AssuredSAN 3000 series of storage arrays that provide high speed interface options including 8 gigabyte, or GB, Fibre Channel, 1GB and 10GB iSCSI over Ethernet and 6GB SAS connectivity. The Company's AssuredUVS product line, formerly known as the intelligent storage networking system, or iSN TM, is based on the technology it acquired in January 2010 from Cloverleaf Communications, Inc., or Cloverleaf, a privately held software company focused on heterogeneous storage virtualization and unified storage technologies. AssuredSnap is its DMS software that introduces p
|Revenue (TTM) (Mil) $||243.9|
|EPS (TTM) $||0.18|
|Short Percentage of Float||3.12%|
|52-Week Range $||3.14 - 9.75|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil)||62.33|
|Revenue (Mil $)||254||288||328|
|EPS without NRI ($)||0.29||0.43||0.53|
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|Chuck Royce Makes Big Gains on Divestitures Jan 03 2016|
|Dot Hill Systems Looks Promising May 30 2015|
|Weekly CFO Buys Highlight: CMLS, UAL, HILL, ACCO, MFNC Aug 20 2012|
|Dot Hill Systems Corp. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Nov 04 2010|
|Dot Hill Systems Corp. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Aug 12 2010|
|Dot Hill Systems Corp. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) May 13 2010|
|Dot Hill Systems Corp. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Nov 06 2009|
|Dot Hill Systems Corp. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Aug 10 2009|
|Dot Hill Systems Corp. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) May 11 2009|