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Emcore Posts $3M Q1 Profit

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- EMCORE Corporation (Nasdaq:EMKR), a leading provider of compound semiconductor-based components, subsystems, and systems for the fiber optics and solar power markets, today announced its financial results for its fiscal first quarter ended December 31, 2012. Consolidated revenue for the first quarter ended December 31, 2012 was $49.3 million, which represents a 31.7% increase compared to the prior year and 3.8% increase from the immediate preceding quarter. On a segment basis, revenue for our Fiber Optics segment was $29.7 million, which represents a 62.1% increase compared to the prior year and 1.4% decrease compared to the immediate preceding quarter. Revenue for the Photovoltaics segment was $19.6 million, which represents a 2.5% increase compared to the prior year and 12.8% increase compared to the immediate preceding quarter. Consolidated gross profit was approximately $10.9 million. Consolidated gross margin was 22.2%, which represents an increase from the 9.3% gross margin reported in the prior year and an increase from the 9.7% gross margin reported in the immediate preceding quarter. On a segment basis, Fiber Optics gross margin was 16.7%, which represents an increase from the negative 4.8% gross margin reported in the prior year and an increase from the 2.4% gross margin reported in the immediate preceding quarter. Photovoltaics gross margin was 30.5%, which represents an increase from the 22.7% gross margin reported in the prior year and an increase from the 22.2% gross margin reported in the immediate preceding quarter. Emcore Corp.

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