Californian start-up Inktomi has announced that it is to file for an initial public offering.
By floating on the stock market, the company hopes to improve its financial position. This announcement follows Wednesday?s licensing deals with Digital and America Online for Traffic Server, Inktomi?s caching software. The proposed maximum offering price is $35.42 million with an estimated stock priced between $12 and $14 per share.
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