Comtech Telecommunications Corp  (CMTL)
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    Sector  Technology    Industry Consumer Electronics
   Industry Consumer Electronics
   Sector  Technology
Price: $2.2100 $0.00 0.000%
Day's High: $2.265 Week Perf: -11.95 %
Day's Low: $ 2.14 30 Day Perf: 18.18 %
Volume (M): 357 52 Wk High: $ 13.04
Volume (M$): $ 789 52 Wk Avg: $7.81
Open: $2.22 52 Wk Low: $1.53

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 63
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 29
 Employees 1,852
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 571
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -41
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -3
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 26

Comtech Telecommunications Corp

We are a leading provider of advanced communications solutions for both commercial and government customers worldwide. Our solutions fulfill our customers’ needs for secure wireless communications in some of the most demanding environments, including those where traditional communications are unavailable or cost-prohibitive, and in mission-critical scenarios where performance is crucial.

We believe Comtech is well positioned to capitalize on some of the most significant emerging technology trends occurring worldwide and that customers around the world will increasingly turn to us to fulfill their needs for secure wireless communications in some of the most demanding environments, including those where traditional communications are unavailable or cost-prohibitive, and in mission-critical scenarios where performance is crucial. These important emerging technology trends include growth in global wireless penetration and mobile data consumption, proliferation of mobile applications requiring trusted location data, the need for public safety agencies to seamlessly connect individuals with first responders, widespread deployment of in-flight connectivity solutions by airlines worldwide, and the rapidly expanding breadth of High Definition ("HD") and 4K broadcasting content, all of which we believe will result in an increase in global voice, video and data usage that will, in turn, result in increased demand for the secure wireless and satellite communication solutions that we provide.

Commercial Solutions Segment
Communication Technologies - We believe we are the leading provider of Single Channel per Carrier ("SCPC") satellite earth station modems. Many of our key satellite earth station products incorporate Turbo Product Code ("TPC") forward error correction technology and our licensed DoubleTalk® Carrier-in-Carrier® bandwidth compression technology which enables our customers to optimize their satellite networks by either reducing their satellite transponder lease costs or increasing data throughput. We believe we are a leader in the traveling wave tube amplifiers ("TWTA") market and we differentiate our product offerings by our ability to develop the most efficient size, weight and power profile. Our TWTA products are vital to satellite communication applications such as traditional broadcast, direct-to-home ("DTH") broadcast and satellite newsgathering. We provide solid-state amplifiers that are also used to amplify signals carrying voice, video or data for air-to-satellite-to-ground communications. For example, our amplifiers, when incorporated into an aircraft satellite communication system, can provide passengers with email, Internet access and video conferencing. Certain of our high-powered amplifiers are AS-900 (an airborne quality standard) certified. We believe we are a leader in providing amplifiers for the growing in-flight connectivity market.

Safety and Security Technologies - We believe that we are a leader in public safety communication technologies used for delivery of 911 calls. We believe we have significant market share in the routing of U.S. wireless 911 calls, Voice over Internet Protocol ("VoIP") 911 calls and Text to 911 deployments. We believe we are one of two companies fulfilling the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") requirements for Enhanced 911 ("E911") call-routing to public safety answering points ("PSAPs") for wireless and VoIP network operators. E911 refers to 911 calls for both wireline and wireless telephones that are enhanced to provide location information of the caller. We are focusing our marketing and research and development efforts to meet system standards for next generation 911 ("NG911"), which refers to an Internet Protocol ("IP") based system that allows digital information (e.g., voice, photos, videos, text messages) to flow seamlessly from the public, through the 911 network and on to emergency responders.

Enterprise Technologies - Our Short-Messaging Service ("SMS") Center software has been used by wireless carrier subscribers to send and receive text or data messages to and from wireless devices for almost two decades. We provide ongoing operational support for our installed base of systems, including administration of system components, system optimization and configuration management. Our systems include our Location Trust Score technology, a unique process we developed to reliably identify a mobile location by generating a "Location Trust Score." Additionally, we offer Location Studio TM, a complete end-to-end location-based services platform for mobile carriers, application developers and enterprises. The platform consists of multiple modular technology suites that provide a rich set of functionalities, including indoor and outdoor positioning, geolocation, mapping, search, routing, navigation, real-time message updates and analytics. This platform includes Look4TM geo-services which enable customers to build their own applications powered by our location-based technology and a cloud-based positioning engine. We believe the positioning of Location StudioTM is unique in the industry and is an appealing alternative to free consumer-based mapping services which are subject to change by the supplier and which may not meet an enterprise’s privacy and security requirements.

Government Solutions Segment
Command and Control Technologies - We are a key supplier to the U.S. Army for mission critical command and control technology solutions and field support services. We are a prime contractor under several indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity ("IDIQ") defense contract vehicles or task orders, including the: (i) Army’s Global Tactical Advanced Communications Systems ("GTACS") contract, (ii) Defense Information Systems Agency’s Custom SATCOM Solutions ("CS2") contract and (iii) Complex Commercial SATCOM Solutions ("CS3") contract from the General Services Administration. We also provide the U.S. Department of Defense ("DoD") personnel with curriculum development and training services to support cybersecurity workforce development. We currently provide sustainment services to the U.S. Army’s AN/TSC-198 family of communication systems that are commonly referred to as "SNAP" (Secret Internet Protocol Router ("SIPR") and Non-secure Internet Protocol Router ("NIPR") Access Point) Very Small Aperture Terminals ("VSATs"). Additionally, we continue to work with the U.S. Army to deploy our next generation MT-2025 mobile satellite transceivers, which are also known as the Blue Force Tracker-2 High Capacity ("BFT-2-HC") satellite transceivers. The MT-2025 transceivers meet BFT-2 protocols, provide best-in-class reliability and are fully backward compatible with the Blue Force Tracking-1 ("BFT-1") system. Comtech previously shipped over 100,000 BFT-1 mobile satellite transceivers and currently provides sustaining support for the older BFT-1 system.

Troposcatter Technologies - We have designed, manufactured and sold over-the-horizon microwave products and systems for approximately forty years and believe we are the leading supplier in this specialized product market. We believe we offer the only available adaptive troposcatter modem operating at 50 Mbps. Our Modular Tactical Transmission System ("MTTS") provides a high capacity, beyond-line-of-sight modular communications system designed for easy and rapid deployment. Our MTTS also offers seamless compatibility and interoperability with legacy-fielded troposcatter systems currently used by the U.S. military, including all versions of the AN/TRC-170.

RF Power & Switching Technologies - We are one of the largest independent suppliers of broadband, high-power, high-performance RF microwave amplifiers, which reproduce signals with high power and are extremely complex and critical to the performance of the systems into which they are incorporated. Many of these amplifiers are produced in-house by large companies; however, our expertise has created a cost-effective and technologically superior alternative to in-house sourcing. Some of the companies who have outsourced amplifier production to us include Rockwell Collins, Inc., Thales Group, European Aeronautic Defense and Space Company ("EADS"), Telephonics Corporation, Northrop Grumman Corporation, BAE Systems PLC and Raytheon Company. Our amplifiers are also used in oncology treatment systems that allow physicians to give cancer patients higher doses of radiation that are more closely focused on cancerous tissue, thereby minimizing damage to healthy tissue.

   Company Address: 305 N 54th Street Chandler 333 AZ
   Company Phone Number: 333-2200   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NASDAQ CMTL

Customers Net Income grew by CMTL's Customers Net Profit Margin grew to

26.32 %

9.1 %

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Business Update

Comtech Secures Crucial NG911 Contract with Massachusetts Amidst Mixed Financial Results

Published Tue, May 21 2024 2:47 PM UTC

Comtech Secures NG911 Extension in Massachusetts Amid Mixed Financial PerformanceComtech Telecommunications Corp. (NASDAQ: CMTL), a significant player in global telecommunications, recently announced its continued partnership with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This pivotal deal prolongs Comtech?s responsibility for operating and maintaining the state?s Next Generation ...


Revolutionary Partnership Brings High-Speed Connectivity to Antarctica's Icy Frontiers

Published Mon, Apr 15 2024 1:00 PM UTC

Comtech Partners with Eutelsat OneWeb to Bring LEO Connectivity to AntarcticaIn an exciting collaboration, Comtech, a global technology leader, has joined forces with Eutelsat OneWeb, a GEO-LEO connectivity provider in satellite communications, to deliver low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite connectivity services to multiple regions of Antarctica. Launched in January 2024, this t...

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Comtech Telecommunications Corp Faces Financial Struggles in Second Quarter of 2024

Comtech Telecommunications Corp Announces Second Quarter Fiscal 2024 Results Amid Leadership Change
CHANDLER, Ariz. - In a recent announcement, Comtech Telecommunications Corp (NASDAQ: CMTL) reported its financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2024. The company's deficit per share increased to $-1.07, compared to $-0.23 in the same period last year. The revenue grew marginally by 0.374% to $134.23 million, but saw a sequential downturn of -11.642% from the previous reporting season. The consumer electronics company's revenue also fell below industry standards, recording a surge of 4.03% below the previous year's reporting season.
Despite these financial challenges, Comtech made a strategic move by appointing Jeff Robertson as the new President of its Terrestrial and Wireless Networks business segment. Robertson, with his extensive experience as the President and CEO of Intrado Life Safety, brings valuable expertise in telecommunications and public safety industries. This appointment signals Comtech's commitment to strengthen its business segment and explore new growth opportunities under Robertson's leadership.
Comtech's recent performance indicated a decline in its stock, with a -73.8% decrease compared to the previous year. Additionally, the share price dropped by -58.59% in the past 90 days, reaching its 52-week low. These figures highlight the challenges faced by the company and raise concerns about its future performance.

Management Changes

Comtech's Strategic Appointment of Jeff Robertson Sets Stage for Revitalized Growth Amidst Financial Challenges

Published Thu, Mar 21 2024 8:05 PM UTC

Comtech, a global technology leader, has recently named industry expert Jeff Robertson as the new President of its Terrestrial and Wireless Networks business segment. Robertson brings with him a wealth of experience, having served as the President and CEO of Intrado Life Safety. This strategic move comes at a time when Comtech has been facing financial challenges, ...

Management Changes

Comtech's New Interim CEO Signals Transition Amidst Executive Shakeup as Stock Hits 52-Week Low

Published Wed, Mar 13 2024 1:00 PM UTC

Comtech Announces Interim CEO Appointment Amidst Executive Shakeup
MELVILLE, N.Y. - In a surprising move, Comtech (NASDAQ: CMTL) has announced the appointment of John Ratigan, Chief Corporate Development Officer (CCDO), as its interim Chief Executive Officer. This decision comes as the company's previous President and CEO, Ken Peterman, has been terminated and removed fr...


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