Radisys guides for lower revenues, wider loss in Q4

Friday 10 February 2017 | 17:17 CET | News
Radisys said fourth quarter revenues slid to USD 40.6 million from 44.1 million, well within guidance, boosted by Software-Systems achieving a record quarterly revenue up 13 percent to USD 17.7 million but pulled down by lower DCEngine, itself affected by the uneven timing of orders from the company's largest company. For the first quarter, Radisys is guiding for lower results, with revenues revenues seen at USD 37-41 million, the net loss at USD 0.29-0.23 per share and the adjusted loss at USD 0.16-0.10 per share.

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Companies: RadiSys
Countries: World
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