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Manufacturer of ultra-high intensity illumination products reports significant increase in 4Q 06 revenue compared to 4Q 05. Continued revenue and profit growth forecast for 2007.
Optical systems manufacturer announced $16.6 million of new contract and product orders in the first six weeks of fiscal 2007 and a reported a $32 million backlog in its Optex unit.
District court ruled in favor of Network-1 in the ongoing patent infringement action on the Remote Power Patent. The upcoming trial is key in company’s to recoup licensing revenue.
High security facility operator GEO increased net income and revenue guidance and the stock increased about $6 a share shortly after the announcement.
Lehman Brothers upgraded its’ rating for VRSN to “overweight” and also said it believes the company will benefit from improving prospects in 2007.
Arotech announced that its battery and power systems division has received $2.0 million in additional primary and rechargeable battery orders.
New study by Enterprise Strategy Group that verifies the industry-leading capabilities of Overland's REO SERIES VTL disk-based backup and recovery appliance.
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ASEI said that it has been selected by NATO to deliver multiple cargo, parcel, and personnel X-ray inspection systems. The NATO award is $13 million.
GPTX unveiled Falcon currency validator at the new products and services at the Global Gaming Expo. Falcon uses Digital Signal Processor to validate currency from most countries.
L-1 was awarded a five-year contract from the Florida Department of Financial Services for a fully Automated Fingerprint-Based Applicant Processing System that is expected to process the fingerprints of more than 70,000 resident and non-resdent insurance agents annually.