On Tuesday,Shares of NetApp Inc. (NASDAQ:NTAP), SUBTRACT -0.17% and closed at $34.87 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $33.83 and $35.31. NetApp, Inc. provides software, systems, and services to manage and store computer data worldwide. It offers all-flash arrays that support data administration across flash, disk, and cloud resources; hybrid arrays to deploy the speed of flash storage; Data ONTAP storage operating system that delivers integrated data protection, comprehensive data administration, and built-in software for virtualized, shared infrastructures, cloud computing, and mixed workload business applications; and SANtricity operating system, which provides performance, reliability, and data protection for application-driven workloads. The company also provides SolidFire element operating system optimized for the storage requirements of a data center; NetApp StorageGRID software that allows organizations to store and manage massive amounts of data on premises and in the cloud; and AltaVault cloud-integrated storage solutions and services, which provide the ability to backup data to any cloud. In addition, it offers integrated data protection solutions; OnCommand administration software and administration integration tools; FlexArray storage virtualization software; and NetApp private storage for cloud, a family of enterprise storage solutions. Further, the company offers software and hardware maintenance, professional, and customer education and training services, in addition to support solutions. It serves energy, financial services, government, high technology, Internet, life sciences, healthcare services, manufacturing, media, entertainment, animation, video postproduction, and telecommunications sectors through a direct sales force and channel partners.
Zions Bancorp (NASDAQ:ZION), jumped 0.86% and closed at $38.76 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $37.34 and $38.88. The company’s Market capitalization is $8.21 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 203.73 Million. California Bank & Trust (CB&T) has been voted “Best Bank” by the readers of The Orange County Register. This marks the third successive year CB&T has taken top honors as “Best Bank” in Orange County.
The Orange County Register’s “Best of Orange County” Readers Poll is an annual survey in which readers vote for their favorite businesses and services in more than 75 categories, ranging from entertainment to finance.
“We are honored to be recognized by our clients and community,” said Betty Uribe, executive vice president, Greater Southern California division. “Winning this prestigious honor is consistent with our corporate values and our commitment to serving our clients with integrity, as we build trust and value in relationships for generations.”
“Being chosen as “Best Bank” for a third successive year is a great honor,” said Eric Ellingsen, president and chief operating officer of CB&T. “Without question, it is the experience and dedication of our bankers combined with our best-of-class products that facilitates us to offer superior financial solutions.”