Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:AVID)
Shares of Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:AVID) gained 14.74% after the global media technology provider unveiled its latest addition to the Avid I/O family of hardware interfaces. Avid Artist DNxIP is the new Thunderbolt 3 equipped I/O device, designed to enable the transfer of SMPTE standard HD video over 10GigE IP networks.
Avid Artist DNxIP
Built in partnership with AJA and powered by MediaCentral, Avid Artist DNxIP should eliminate the challenges of managing physical resources commonly associated with legacy video routing. It should also give customers more flexibility in the way they route video within their facilities.
“DNxIP is the next evolution of our development efforts with Avid, a trusted technology partner. We’re excited to be teaming up with them again on a next-generation hardware option that meets the needs of professional IP workflows,” said Nick Rashby, President, and AJA Video Systems.
Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:AVID) has received a lot of attention due to the recent volatility of its stock. AVID stock is currently trading in an uptrend after gaining more than 40% in market value since the start of the month. For the full year, the stock is up by more than 30%.
Stellar Q3 Results
Renewed investor interest in the stock follows the announcement of better than expected third quarter financial results. Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:AVID) exceeded guidance on revenue and bookings in the recent quarter as it recorded growth in key metrics. Improvement in adjusted EBITDA drove the company to the fourth consecutive quarter of positive adjusted cash flow.
Avid Technology reported a net income of $72,000 for the third quarter as revenue came in at $105.3 million, above the upper-end of guidance. During the quarter, the company signed several multiyear deals that are expected to lead to further revenue growth in the fourth quarter.
For the fourth quarter, Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:AVID) expects bookings of between $112 million and $126 million and revenues of between $103 million and $113 million.
“The completion of the transformation in the second quarter of 2017 has positioned us to drive profitable growth, increase revenue visibility and cash flow. In the third quarter, we achieved meaningful growth across bookings, revenue excluding pre-2011 and eliminating PCS, adjusted EBITDA and adjusted free cash flow,” said CEO, Louis Hernandez.
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