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Telos transitions to networks, takes loss

Telos, a networking products company, today reported a net loss for the third quarter of $1.9 million, due in part to a change in product mix.

Telos, a networking products company, today reported a net loss for the third quarter of $1.9 million, due in part to a change in product mix.

The company had posted net income of $418,000 for the quarter in the same period a year earlier.

Telos said its profitability was hurt as the company moved from a mainframe-based business to a network business. It also was hit with increased costs for building up its infrastructure to support new contracts, the company said.

Revenues, meanwhile, increased to $57.8 million, compared with $56.1 million a year ago. Improvements in the company's systems integration and consulting groups were cited as the reason for driving up revenues.

Telos expects its fourth quarter performance to improve as a previous federal budget impasse restricting the flow of equipment contracts is lifted.