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MicroVision Schedules Conference Call to Discuss 2011 Results/2012 Objectives

Tiffany Bradford

February 24th, 2012
by Tiffany Bradford


Yesterday we announced that we will host a conference call to discuss our 2011 financial and operating results and objectives for 2012 on Monday February 27, 2012.  We will report successful achievement of our three primary objectives for 2011 including:

  • Advancement of our next-generation HD PicoP display technology based on direct green lasers for commercialization in the first half of 2012.
  • Revenue growth of 18% from 2010.
  • Reduction in cash used in operations of 40% compared to the prior year.

 

We will provide more details during the call on the 2011 results as well as outline our 2012 objectives.  If you have questions or suggested discussion points for our call, please post them here or email them to me at IR@microvision.com. We will use your feedback to address the most popular topics on the conference call.  Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Call date: February 27, 2012
Call time: 8:30 a.m. ET / 5:30 a.m. PT
Number to call: (866) 272-9941 (U.S.) or (617) 213-8895 (international)
Passcode: 25048503
Webcast access: www.microvision.com/investors

MicroVision Schedules Conference Call

Tiffany Bradford

February 11th, 2011
by Tiffany Bradford


Today we announced that we will host a conference call next week to discuss our 2011 business strategy and preliminary 2010 financial and operating reults. If you have questions or suggested discussion points for our call, please post them here or email them to me at IR@microvision.com. We will use your feedback to address the most popular topics on the conference call. If after the conference call you still have questions that were not addressed, please send them to me and I’ll do my best to get your questions answered. Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Call date: February 15, 2011
Call time: 8:30 a.m. ET / 5:30 a.m. PT
Number to call: 866-730-5769 or 857-350-1593 (international)
Passcode: 88376065
Webcast access: www.microvision.com/investors

Green Laser Diodes Are On the Way, In the Meantime If Done Right Synthetic Green Lasers Have an Embedded Play

Tiffany Bradford

August 8th, 2010
by Tiffany Bradford


As a result of feedback we have received from our most recent conference call, we wanted to clarify Mr. Tokman’s remarks in response to the question of whether or not the current synthetic green lasers can be made cost effectively enough to enable embedded applications.

The fundamental message Mr. Tokman was communicating during the conference call and the one we want to stress is this: We firmly believe that the second generation synthetic green lasers, if done properly, could become a part of an embedded solution and effectively compete with direct green lasers (at their onset) for the first 4-5 years, but would likely not be competitive against direct green lasers 10 years from now.

Benefits of Direct Green Laser Diodes
There are at least 5 companies working on development of green laser diodes.  Commercial grade direct green lasers are expected to begin entering the market in the second half of next year.  Green laser diodes are expected to be smaller, lower power, and cheaper to manufacture than synthetic green lasers, and we expect a larger number of suppliers which will drive competive pricing and result in higher volume availability.

Why Synthetic Green Lasers Could Be Viable For Embedded Applications
We have already begun to see availability of the first generation synthetic lasers increase.  The next generation synthetic green lasers are expected to be more efficient and less expensive than their first generation cousins.  We also anticipate that the direct green lasers targeted for introduction in the second half of next year may not reach desired performance and cost targets immediately.  For these reasons, we believe that synthetic lasers could continue to remain a competitive alternative to direct green lasers for at least the first 4-5 years after diodes are introduced.

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