Technology shares were generally higher in pre-market trade
In technology stocks news, Canadian Solar (
) reported Q4 revenue of $519.5 million, up from $294.8 million in
the year ago quarter but shy of the analyst consensus of $525.4
million on Capital IQ. Earnings were $0.39, up from a year ago loss
of $2.43 per share, but less than expectations of $0.52 per share,
And, European cloud and data-center services provider InterXion
) reported Q4 adjusted earnings in line with analysts'
expectations, but revenue missed their estimate slightly and its
2014 revenue guidance range was mostly below the Street view.
The company posted a net profit of 9.8 million euros ($13.5
million), or EUR0.14 per share, up from EUR5.6 million, or EUR0.08
per share, a year earlier.
Finally, RRSat Global Communications Network (
) reported mixed financial results for Q4, and issued revenue
guidance for fiscal 2014 above analysts' expectations.
The company, which provides content management and distribution
services to television and radio broadcasting industries, reported
non-GAAP Q4 earnings of $0.14 per share, unchanged from the
prior-year period's $0.14.
GAAP earnings was $0.12 per share compared with $0.14 in the
same quarter a year ago. The Capital IQ consensus estimate was for
EPS of $0.12.
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