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Vice President

Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
JPMorgan Chase

Employment History

  • Technology Management
  • Technology Support
  • Senior Analyst
  • Vice President
    J.P. Morgan
  • Vice President Analyst
    Prudential Financial
  • Teacher and Coach
    St. Peter's Boys High School
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Investor Relations, 30 June 2004 [cached]
John Reilly Walsh
Wind River (WIND): Citigroup's ... [cached]
Wind River (WIND): Citigroup's John Reilly Walsh went to a Hold rating from a Sell, "as many of the negative catalysts that kept us on the sidelines we see as now discounted in the stock.
Event Brief of Q3 2007 BEA Systems Earnings Conference Call - Final - -, 1 Dec 2006 [cached]
. Kevin Faulkner, BEA Systems, Inc., VP, IR . Alfred Chuang, BEA Systems, Inc., Founder, Chairman, CEO, President . Mark Dentinger, BEA Systems, Inc., EVP, CFO . Adam Holt, JP Morgan, Analyst . Sarah Friar, Goldman Sachs, Analyst . John Walsh, Citigroup, Analyst . Katherine Egbert, Jefferies, Analyst . Heather Bellini, UBS, Analyst . Keith Weiss, Morgan Stanley, Analyst . Robert Breza, RBC Capital Markets, Analyst . Terry Tillman, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Analyst . John McPeake, Prudential, Analyst
OPERATOR: John Walsh, Citigroup.Mr. Walsh, your line is open.
OPERATOR: John Walsh, Citigroup.
JOHN WALSH, ANALYST, CITIGROUP: Just to follow up on that lastquestion, WLCP, when you say bookings, is anything showing up in thefinancial statements?
JOHN WALSH: I know, on the expense side, you are not givingfull detailed expense.
JOHN WALSH: The rationale for the one-time bonus above that?
In an April research report, ..., 14 June 2007 [cached]
In an April research report, Citigroup analyst John Reilly Walsh estimated that CDNs hit $600 million in sales in 2006 and should see 35% to 40% compound annual growth rates over the next three years.
Citigroup analyst John ..., 11 April 2007 [cached]
Citigroup analyst John Reilly Walsh began covering the stock with a price target of $68, and said the content delivery network market is "extremely robust, allowing ample room for robust growth by multiple competitors."
Last year, it was a $600 million market, he wrote, and it will probably see compound growth of 35 percent to 50 percent during the next three years.He expects Akamai to hold about 80 percent of that market, while increasing its revenue as much as 35 percent to 45 percent.
"Akamai's network footprint has been built out over the last several years and revenue growth should materially outpace future investments and operating expenses, resulting in operating leverage," he wrote.
He estimated the Cambridge Center, Mass., company will bring in profit of $1.27 per share on sales of $625.4 million it its fiscal 2007.
Analysts polled by Thomson Financial, on average, anticipate $624.6 million in revenue with earnings of $1.29 per share.
Walsh wrote that demand for broadband Internet is growing, as is distribution of increasingly big files across the medium.
He said he thinks Akamai will benefit from long-term Internet advertising growth, which increases revenue for e-commerce companies, which are one of the company's most important customer segments.Akamai should also see gains as video and rich media advertising become more relevant, he wrote.
The company's software and e-commerce verticals are strong, he wrote, as most antivirus companies use Akamai and online retailers "appear to consider Akamai something of a 'must have.'" Together, they comprise 60 percent of the company's revenue.
The analyst wrote Akamai does face some issues, particularly competition from content delivery network companies like Limelight, Panther Express and Mirror Image.He also wrote it's possible Google Inc. could get into the content delivery network business, though he's not convinced it would create a new competitor for Akamai.
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