After a few years of poor reception, Wall Street can hear Radisys now. Six years ago, the Hillsboro tech firm was selling $300 million worth of embedded telecom components. By 2016, those “legacy hardware products” had become largely commoditized and sales dipped to $87 million, and are projected to reach just $55 million in 2017. Read more...
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