ANN ARBOR, Mich., Feb. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Photonix, Inc.® (NYSE Amex: API) will announce its FY2011 third quarter (ending January 1st, 2011) financial results on Monday, February 14, 2011. The company will host a conference call at 4:30pm ET.
Participating in the call will be Richard Kurtz, Chairman and CEO, and Rob Risser, CFO. A question and answer period will take place at the end of the discussion. A press release announcing the financial results will be released after the close of the market on the same day.
The conference call will be webcast live and will be accessible at http://investor.advancedphotonix.com. Participants can dial into the conference call at 888.713.4211 (617.213.4864 for international) using the passcode 36886874.
Pre-registrants can obtain a pin number to use when dialing into the live call that will enable quick connection, bypassing the operator. Participants may pre-register at:
An audio replay of the call will be available shortly thereafter on the same day and will remain on-line until February 28, 2011. The replay number is 888.286.8010 (617.801.6888 for international) and the passcode is 66596536.
About Advanced Photonix, Inc.
Advanced Photonix, Inc. ® (NYSE Amex: API) is a leading supplier with a broad offering of optoelectronic products to a global customer base. We provide optoelectronic solutions, high-speed optical receivers and terahertz instrumentation for telecom, homeland security, military, medical and industrial markets. With our patented technology and state-of-the-art manufacturing we offer industry leading performance, exceptional quality, and high value added products to our OEM customer base. For more information visit us on the web at www.advancedphotonix.com.
The information contained herein includes forward looking statements that are based on assumptions that management believes to be reasonable but are subject to inherent uncertainties and risks including, but not limited to, unforeseen technological obstacles which may prevent or slow the development and/or manufacture of new products; potential problems with the integration of the acquired company and its technology and possible inability to achieve expected synergies; obstacles to successfully combining product offerings and lack of customer acceptance of such offerings; limited (or slower than anticipated) customer acceptance of new products which have been and are being developed by the Company; and a decline in the general demand for optoelectronic products. API-G
Richard Kurtz, Advanced Photonix, Inc. (734) 864-5688
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