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By | Chris Mellor 27th September 2016 12:02

Nutanix's 'expected' IPO date is 30 September

Nasdaq spews stock-market launch date

Nutanix is letting the Nasdaq do the talking regarding when the tech upstart will launch its stock-market debut: the New York exchange says it's expected to be September 30.

The company is the foremost hyper-converged infrastructure appliance and software startup and is taking on major incumbent vendors such as Cisco, Dell, HPE and others such as SimpliVity, Maxta and other startups in a market that is growing fast.

The company is looking to sell 14 million shares priced from $11 to $14, meaning receipt of $154m to $196m. Nutanix has taken in $312.6m in five rounds of funding since it was founded in 2009 – then there was a $75m loan from Goldman Sachs in June.


Nasdaq Nutanix IPO date

Assuming this date sticks, we’ll see how the shares do in the week beginning October 3 as analysts digest the IPO and investors stump up real money for the stock. ®

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