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To: Robert J who wrote (140)1/24/1997 10:33:00 AM
From: JEFF CHAPMAN
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ESTIMATE REVISIONS:
CMVT: FIRST ANALYSIS has reiterated estimate for quarter
ending 12/96 of $0.30 on 01/23/97
CMVT: FIRST ANALYSIS increased estimate for fiscal year ending
12/96 from $1.12 to $1.14 on 01/23/97
CMVT: FIRST ANALYSIS increased estimate for fiscal year ending
12/97 from $1.36 to $1.40 on 01/23/97
CMVT: FIRST ANALYSIS made new estimate for fiscal year ending
12/98 of $1.76 on 01/23/97

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To: JEFF CHAPMAN who wrote (141)1/25/1997 6:31:00 AM
From: Robert J
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Jeff,

I use Zacks & they are very late with sending the revisions to me.Are
you usin a special service or a news service?

Thanks,

Bob

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To: Robert J who wrote (142)1/25/1997 12:30:00 PM
From: JEFF CHAPMAN
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Hi Robert,
It actually is a free service via email for 30 days, after which I think is around $15/month (need to find out). You can set up a portfolio of 10 stocks with daily email updates on earnings. On earnings anouncement forecasts, they often screw up the date, fwiw.

jc

I think you get a discount by jumping through this hoop to join:

zacks.com

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To: JEFF CHAPMAN who wrote (143)1/25/1997 2:17:00 PM
From: Robert J
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>>I think you get a discount by jumping through this hoop to join:

Like the dummy I am I had that report on CMVT (I went & checked my
old mail) I get Zacks & will keep it up. I just wish they were faster
in reporting the Upgrades/Downgrades.

Thanks for going through the trouble!

Bob

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To: Al Van Putten who wrote (134)1/27/1997 9:42:00 AM
From: Al Van Putten
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All: Latest. Hmm.

Soros Fund Management forms new $30 million technology venture capital
fund with Comverse Technology subsidiary

BusinessWire, Monday, January 27, 1997 at 08:11

WOODBURY, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 27, 1997--Comverse
Technology Inc. (NASDAQ:CMVT) announced today the formation of a new
private equity fund in partnership with Quantum Industrial Holdings
Ltd., a fund managed by Soros Fund Management LLC.
The fund, ComSor Investment Fund B.V., is headquartered in The
Netherlands and will focus primarily on investments in high
technology companies related to Israel. With committed capital of
$30 million, the fund is owned equally by a subsidiary of Quantum
Industrial Holdings Ltd. and CTI Capital, a Comverse Technology
subsidiary founded in 1995.
Quantum Industrial Holdings Ltd. is a fund whose principal
investment advisor is Soros Fund Management LLC., a New York-based
private equity investment management firm founded by George Soros.
Quantum Industrial is the Quantum Group's principal direct investment
vehicle. The Quantum Group consists of a number of investment
funds, with total assets of approximately $15 billion. U.S. persons
may not invest in the Quantum Group family of funds.
Kobi Alexander, president and chairman of Comverse Technology,
stated that "Israel's technology industries have rapidly become
among the most advanced in the world, producing a stream of new
ventures that is extraordinary in terms of both its rate of growth
and its quality. We believe that Comverse's knowledge of high
technology in general, and the Israeli high technology sector in
particular, combined with Soros Fund Management's financial and
investing acumen, create a team with all of the skills necessary to
successfully identify and nurture emerging technology firms. We are
very pleased to be in a position to pursue these opportunities in
partnership with one of the world's outstanding financial
organizations, and look forward to this very exciting project."
ComSor Investment Fund B.V. will be represented in Israel by
Comverse Investments Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of CTI Capital.
Comverse Investments Ltd. is managed by Yaacov Koren.
Comverse Technology Inc., headquartered in Woodbury, designs,
develops, manufactures and markets computer and telecommunications
systems for a variety of communications processing applications,
including telephone-accessed, multimedia messaging, personal
communications and information processing systems marketed under the
name TRILOGUE(R), multiple channel, multimedia digital monitoring
systems marketed under the name AUDIODISK(TM), and multiple channel,
multimedia digital recording systems under the name ULTRA(TM).

CONTACT: Comverse Technology, Inc., Woodbury
Kobi Alexander/Paul D. Baker, 516/677-7200

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To: Al Van Putten who wrote (145)1/27/1997 11:37:00 AM
From: JEFF CHAPMAN
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Now this is the latest:

biz.yahoo.com

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To: JEFF CHAPMAN who wrote (146)2/11/1997 6:14:00 PM
From: Mark Ambrose
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CCOM's PhoneLine and Comverse's ULTRA Series Certified as "Siemens Ready"

Click on this to see the whole story:

biz.yahoo.com

It is not brand-new, but I had not seen it before.

Mark

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To: Mark Ambrose who wrote (147)2/12/1997 9:39:00 AM
From: Gustav G. Widmayer
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Can anyone tell me if "logging" is a big component of Comverse's future revenue base? I have downloaded a couple of freeware packages during the past year, such as mIRC - an IRC Chat pkg., which allow the capability of logging conversations for storage and later retrieval. The concept blows my mind. One day, we could have a complete 80-year history of our live's discussions online.

Would Comverse be heading here??????

Gus Widmayer

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To: Gustav G. Widmayer who wrote (148)2/13/1997 11:00:00 PM
From: Al Van Putten
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Nothing I've seen would indicate that Comverse has intentions towards any segment of a consumer market. While it has tremendous product for recording multiple bands of communications, it's markets in this area seem to have been focused police and governmental security agencies. Will reread some of their material though. Do you have any URLs which would describe more thoroughly what you are referencing?

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To: Al Van Putten who wrote (149)2/14/1997 1:10:00 PM
From: Brett Trueman
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To All, does anyone know why CMVT shot up 2 points this morning in a matter of minutes? I haven't seen any information come out. This comes on the heels of abnormally low activity over the last few days.

Brett

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