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Nutanix, Storage Challengers, Surges 80% in IPO Open

San Jose-based storage technology startup Nutanix (NTNX), which competes with EMC, NetApp (NTAP), Nimble Storage (NMBL), and Pure Storage (PSTG), in some ways, has just started trading publicly for the first time, it is shares surging over 80% to $29.40 from its pricing last night of $16 per share. That pricing was already above an expected range of $14 to $15. I profiled Nutanix back in J
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