Advanced Photonix Inc. (NYSE: API) reported revenue of $7.5 million in the third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 27, up 28 percent from $5.8 million in the same quarter a year earlier. The company said revenue was flat from the prior quarter.
Advanced Photonix Inc. (NYSE: API) late Tuesday reported a loss of $578,000 or 2 cents a share in the second fiscal quarter ended Sept. 30, an improvement from a loss of $1.3 million or 4 cents a share in the same quarter a year earlier. Revenue jumped 35 percent.
The Ann Arbor optical and electronic equipment developer Advanced Photonix (NYSE: API) said it had received the world’s first full certification from Underwriters Laboratory to use the UL Listing Mark for the T-Gauge terahertz frequency generation system.
Picometrix LLC, a subsidiary of Ann Arbor-based Advanced Photonix Inc. (NYSE: API), Monday announced it has successfully completed its annual negotiations to supply high-speed optical receivers to a leading telecom systems manufacturer.
Ann Arbor-based Advanced Photonix Inc. (NYSE: API) announced that it has sold the first T-Gauge 5000 system to a Fortune 500 aircraft component manufacturer.
Advanced Photonix Inc., the Ann Arbor manufacturer of optic and electronic telecommunications gear, reported a smaller loss on higher revenue in its first fiscal quarter ended June 28.
Baker College of Flint has received nearly $200,000 in a grant from the National Science Foundation that fast-forwards the state’s first photonics and laser technology associate degree program being launched fall quarter. Classes begin Sept. 30.
Advanced Photonix, the leading supplier of terahertz systems to industry, announced that it has sold two new T-Gauge terahertz sensor systems.
Advanced Photonix Inc., the Ann Arbor manufacturer of optical and electronic data transmission equipment and terahertz instrumentation, Monday reported a larger loss on a sales slump for the fiscal year ended March 31.
Advanced Photonix (NYSE MKT: API) Friday announced that Picometrix, LLC, an API wholly owned subsidiary, has introduced a new 100G coherent receiver and has increased its supply chain capacity to meet demand in the growing 100G coherent optical communications market.