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Drexel Hamilton to Hold Telecom, Media and Technology Conference on September 3 and 4 in NYC

Drexel Hamilton, an institutional broker-dealer, announced it will hold a Telecom, Media and Technology Conference for institutional investors on Wednesday, September 3 and Thursday, September 4, 2014 in New York City.

The event will offer presentations from a wide range of leading Telecom, Media and Technology companies, and many C-Level executives are slated to attend. Attendees will have the option of formal company presentations, group meetings and individual meeting opportunities with executives from the following companies:

Advent Software, Inc. (NASDAQ-ADVS)
Akamai Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ-AKAM)
Alaska Communications Systems Group Inc. (NASDAQ-ALSK)
Allot Communications Ltd. (NASDAQ-ALLT)
AT&T Inc. (NYSE-T)
Attunity Ltd. (NASDAQ-ATTU)
Aviat Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ-AVNW)
Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ-CTXS)
Cogent Communications Group, Inc. (NASDAQ-CCOI)
Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ-CNSL)
EarthLink Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ-ELNK)
Energous Corporation (NASDAQ-WATT)
Euronet Worldwide Inc. (NASDAQ-EEFT)
Fairpoint Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ-FRP)
Flir Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ-FLIR)
Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. (NASDAQ-GILT)
GTT Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ-GTT)
Hawaiian Telcom Holdco, Inc. (NASDAQ-HCOM)
Inteliquent, Inc. (NASDAQ-IQNT)
Internap Network Services Corp. (NASDAQ-INAP)
Linear Technology Corporation (NASDAQ-LLTC)
Liquid Holdings Group, Inc. (NASDAQ-LIQD)
Lumos Networks Corp. (NASDAQ-LMOS)
Mandalay Digital Group, Inc. (NASDAQ-MNDL)
Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ-MU)
Microsemi Corporation (NASDAQ-MSCC)
Napco Security Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ-NSSC)
NTELOS Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ-NTLS)
Quantum Corporation (NASDAQ-QTM)
• Regulatory Update by Telecommunication Reports
Salesforce.com, Inc (NYSE-CRM)
Shenandoah Telecommunications Co. (NASDAQ-SHEN)
T-Mobile US, Inc. (NYSE-TMUS)
TeleCommunication Systems Inc. (NASDAQ-TSYS)
Telephone & Data Systems Inc. (NYSE-TDS)
Towerstream Corporation (NASDAQ-TWER)
Ultratech, Inc. (NASDAQ-UTEK)
UTStarcom Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ-UTSI)
Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE-VZ)
Westell Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ-WSTL)
Xcerra Corporation (NASDAQ-XCRA)
Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ-YHOO)

The conference will be hosted by Barry Sine, Richard Whittington and James Gilman, Drexel Hamilton’s lead TMT research analysts.

“This outstanding, in depth conference promises to bring together some of the large cap industry leaders along with undiscovered, high-growth small caps in an intense, high-energy environment,” said Jim Cahill, president, Drexel Hamilton. “In addition, our stellar team of analysts will be available throughout the conference to meet with investors.”

Barry Sine, CFA, CMT, Managing Director of Research at Drexel Hamilton said, “We are very excited to present this conference covering the dynamic TMT industry. It’s a unique opportunity for attendees to learn firsthand not only of the key capabilities of presenting companies, but to also gain an overview of the pace of innovation as well as disruptive forces in the industry.”

The firm’s Equity Research team regularly conducts interactive industry conferences for institutional investors. Over the next year, it will be hosting companies from its research coverage universe, as well as other companies. All conferences will offer one-on-one meeting opportunities with the management teams of the presenting companies.

Drexel Hamilton, a full-service institutional Broker-Dealer founded in 2007, partners military and service-disabled veterans with Wall Street veterans in the Institutional Financial Services industry. In addition to the presentations and one-on-one meetings, participants will have an opportunity to meet some of the military and service-disabled veterans working at Drexel Hamilton. The firm is committed to maintaining a concentration of at least 40 percent military and service-disabled veteran employees.

If you are an institutional investor interested in attending the conference, please contact Cas Simmons at [email protected].

About Drexel Hamilton, LLC

Drexel Hamilton, LLC is a certified Service-Disabled Veteran Owned and Managed Enterprise operating a full-service institutional broker-dealer. We partner finance industry veterans with service-disabled veterans to provide public and private institutions with industry leading Fixed Income Execution & Strategy, Equity Research & Execution, and Investment Banking Services.

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