Cellebrite to Release Second Quarter 2022 Financial Results on August 11, 2022

PETAH TIKVAH, Israel and TYSONS CORNER, Va., July 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cellebrite (NASDAQ: CLBT) (the “Company”), a global leader in Digital Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors, today announced that it will report its second quarter 2022 financial results before market open on Thursday, August 11, 2022.

On that day, management will host a conference call and webcast to discuss the Company’s financial results at 8:30 a.m. ET.

Telephone participants are advised to register in advance at: https://register.vevent.com/register/BI90711c1a1a8c4d6d8d7487d0eec649e8.

Upon registration, participants will receive a confirmation email detailing how to join the conference call, including the dial-in number and a unique registrant ID.

The live conference call will be webcast in listen-only mode at: https://edge.media-server.com/mmc/p/smmox4u4.

The webcast will remain available after the call at: https://investors.cellebrite.com/events-presentations.

About Cellebrite 

Cellebrite’s (NASDAQ: CLBT) mission is to enable its customers to protect and save lives, accelerate justice, and preserve privacy in communities around the world. We are a global leader in Digital Intelligence solutions for the public and private sectors, empowering organizations in mastering the complexities of legally sanctioned digital investigations by streamlining intelligence processes. Trusted by thousands of leading agencies and companies worldwide, Cellebrite’s Digital Intelligence platform and solutions transform how customers collect, review, analyze and manage data in legally sanctioned investigations. To learn more, visit us at www.cellebrite.com and https://investors.cellebrite.com.

Caution Regarding Forward Looking Statements
This document includes “forward looking statements” within the meaning of the “safe harbor” provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements may be identified by the use of words such as “forecast,” “intend,” “seek,” “target,” “anticipate,” “believe,” “could,” “continue,” “expect,” “estimate,” “may,” “plan,” “outlook,” “future” and “project” and other similar expressions that predict, project or indicate future events or trends or that are not statements of historical matters. Such forward looking statements include estimated financial information. Such forward looking statements with respect to revenues, earnings, performance, strategies, prospects, and other aspects of the business of Cellebrite are based on current expectations that are subject to risks and uncertainties. A number of factors could cause actual results or outcomes to differ materially from those indicated by such forward looking statements. These factors include, but are not limited to: Cellebrite’s ability to develop technologically advanced solutions and successfully integrate with the software solutions used by customers; acceptance of solutions by customers; errors, failures, defects or bugs in solutions; a failure to maintain sales and marketing personnel productivity or hire, integrate and retain additional sales and marketing personnel; the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic; the impact of competition on pricing and on Cellebrite’s market share; sub-optimal results from products due to misuse by customers; Cellebrite’s failure to maintain and enhance its reputation and brand; inaccuracy of the estimates of Cellebrite’s market opportunity and forecasts of market growth; changes to packaging and licensing models that adversely affect the ability to attract or retain customers; failure to manage future growth effectively; failure to introduce new solutions and add-ons; issues in the use of artificial intelligence resulting in reputational harm or liability; the need for additional capital to support the growth of Cellebrite’s business; a failure to maintain the security of operations and the integrity of software solutions; the impact of government budgeting cycles and appropriations, early termination, audits, investigations, sanctions and penalties; a decline in government budgets, changes in spending or budgetary priorities, or delays in contract awards; a failure to adequately obtain, maintain, protect and enforce Cellebrite’s intellectual property or infringement of the intellectual property rights of others; perceptions or court or regulatory decisions that Cellebrite’s solutions violate privacy rights; the use of solutions by customers in a way that is, or that is perceived to be, incompatible with human rights; failure to comply with laws regarding privacy, data protection and security, technology protection, sanctions, export controls and other matters; and other factors, risks and uncertainties set forth in the sections titled “Risk Factors” and “Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements” in our Annual Report on form 20-F filed with the SEC on March 29, 2022 and in other documents filed by Cellebrite with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), which are available free of charge at www.sec.gov. You are cautioned not to place undue reliance upon any forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date made, in this communication or elsewhere. Cellebrite undertakes no obligation to update its forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise, should circumstances change, except as otherwise required by securities and other applicable laws.

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UNIPLAT by Unify Platform AG Announces Strategic Partnership with EUTECH to Spur Success of UN SDGs

– UNIPLAT Becomes One of EUTECH’s Only Six SDG Alliance Strategic Partners –

YOKOHAMA, Japan, July 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — UNIPLAT, the world’s first (*) online platform for researchers and entrepreneurs showcasing their research projects focused on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), officially announced a strategic partnership on July 7 with European Technology Chamber (EUTECH), a registered NGO that is bridging technologies, people, economics, societies, countries, and politics to bring prosperity to humanity. (*) Based on Google search results.

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Both organizations share the same mission of working towards realizing the SDGs. Hence, the partnership and cooperation are focused on but not limited to programs, projects, academic exchanges, and events by the SDG Alliance.

The SDG Alliance is one of EUTECH’s Alliances that enable European and international companies to become more competitive by empowering them with access to finance and resources that will allow them to achieve their growth objectives. By becoming one of the only six SDG Alliance strategic partners, UNIPLAT will receive exclusive access to the events, activities, and media publicity held by the SDG Alliance, creating more exposure and opening more opportunities for all UNIPLAT members.

“It is a great pleasure to witness the strategic partnership forged between UNIPLAT and EU Tech Chamber SDG Alliance. As we have always believed, collaboration is the key to addressing pressing challenges and unlocking new opportunities. I strongly believe that with our joint efforts, we can facilitate significant progress in the realization of the UN’s SDGs. Looking forward to our journey together,” said Florian von Tucher, the chairman of EUTECH.

“It is a great honor for UNIPLAT to become a strategic partner of EUTECH, the EU’s leading research and technology platform co-funded by the EU. For UNIPLAT members worldwide, EUTECH is the cornerstone of building a strong business network in Europe. Furthermore, we hope that UNIPLAT will be used as a venue for presentations on the global expansion of a lot of companies and institutions supported by EUTECH. We are very confident that this internationally impactful and extremely significant partnership will strongly support the resolution of the SDGs advocated by the United Nations,” said Takahisa Karita, the co-founder, CFO, and COO of Unify Platform AG, the management company of UNIPLAT.


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UNIPLAT is the world’s first (*) online platform specialized for researchers and entrepreneurs from all over the world to share their ideas and research projects and gain support from individuals or institutions. Developed and managed by Unify Platform AG ( https://unify21.com/ ) which is based in Switzerland, UNIPLAT’s mission is to accelerate the success of the SDGs. (*) Based on Google search results.

UNIPLAT front page: https://www.uniplat.social/


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EUTECH was founded as an NGO and non-profit organization to serve as a bridge between technologies, people, economics, societies, countries, and politics. EUTECH strongly believes that the challenges of the times can only be mastered with the help of technology. Global collaboration is the only instrument that can help solve international problems at all levels: economic, social, cultural, and humanitarian. The respect for human rights and the fundamental freedom of people without differentiation based on race, gender, or religion should be cultivated and strengthened. EUTECH official website: https://www.eutech.org/

Pastors and Church Leaders Across America Attend Bible Seminar

NEW YORK, July 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Pastors and church leaders joined for a July 4th seminar revealing the secrets of the Bible and Revelation. The event was hosted by New Heaven New Earth Shincheonji Church of Jesus, the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony, and was broadcast worldwide through the church’s YouTube channel. Participants included pastors and leaders from across North and South America.

Chairman Lee Man-hee of New Heaven New Earth, Shincheonji Church of Jesus testifies at the Bible seminar on July 4th, 2022

The seminar titled, “Testifying to the 66 Books of the Bible’s Secrets of the Kingdom of Heaven and the New Covenant, the Revelation,” comes after the conclusion of online seminars that began being released in October 2021. These seminars presented content from the introductory, intermediate and advanced curriculum of the Zion Christian Mission Center, the theology school of Shincheonji Church that explains the Bible plainly, free of charge.

The seminars were successfully completed with 21 million YouTube views. Shincheonji Church also announced that it will produce 100,000 graduates from the Zion Christian Mission Center in 2022.

The main speaker, Shincheonji Church Chairman Lee Man-hee, testified that Jesus received the book of Revelation from God and fulfilled it today.

“If the testimony on the entire book of Revelation and the Testimony on the Revelation of the Old and New Testaments by Chapter revealed by Shincheonji is correct, then shouldn’t you believe?” Chairman Lee asked.

Chairman Lee also called for unity within Christianity.

“It is the word of God, for all people,” Chairman Lee said. “Therefore, we must fix the things that are incorrect and within God and Jesus, we must be one together is what I believe.”

“Testifying to the 66 Books of the Bible’s Secrets of the Kingdom of Heaven and the New Covenant, the Revelation” is available on YouTube. For more information, visit www.scjamericas.org.

MEDIA CONTACT: Gina Del Gigante, 16466287365, revelation@scjamericas.org

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Locus remporte le prix IFOY 2022 pour le lancement de la meilleure solution de robot mobile autonome

Le robot mobile autonome collaboratif de Locus est salué pour son haut degré d’innovation et sa grande pertinence sur le marché pour répondre à la demande de solutions d’automatisation robotique à haute productivité et rentables.

WILMINGTON, Mass., 7 juillet 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Locus Robotics, le leader des robots mobiles autonomes (RMA) pour les entrepôts d’exécution, a remporté le prix IFOY 2022 pour sa solution de robot mobile autonome dans la catégorie des véhicules guidés automatisés (VGA/RMA) à la suite d’un audit complet en trois étapes qui s’est déroulé sur une période de 5 jours.

« Locus Robotics est honorée d’avoir été choisie comme lauréate du prix IFOY 2022 », a déclaré Rick Faulk, PDG de Locus Robotics. « Le processus rigoureux de test et d’évaluation d’IFOY et le prestige du prix lui-même, valident l’innovation et l’exhaustivité de la solution Locus pour fournir des solutions d’automatisation éprouvées et rentables à nos clients du monde entier. »

Les prix IFOY, qui en sont à leur dixième édition, sont considérés comme le premier prix de l’industrie qui récompense les meilleurs produits et solutions intralogistiques de l’année pour leurs réalisations techniques et stratégiques exceptionnelles. Au total, 14 produits de 12 entreprises ont été testés et évalués au cours des éprouvantes journées de test d’IFOY, qui se sont tenues en mars au centre d’exposition Messe Dortmund.

« Les 10 ans du prix IFOY sont synonymes de 10 ans d’innovations exceptionnelles », a souligné la présidente du jury, Anita Würmser. « En 2022, les finalistes ont une fois de plus présenté des produits de pointe qui façonneront l’avenir de l’intralogistique sur le long terme. »

« Le prix IFOY représente le meilleur des technologies logistiques les plus innovantes au monde », a déclaré Denis Niezgoda, vice-président, Europe, Moyen-Orient et Afrique & Asie Pacifique chez Locus Robotics. « Nous sommes fiers d’avoir été sélectionnés pour ce prix prestigieux et d’avoir concouru aux côtés d’un groupe de nominés aussi innovants. »

Tous les finalistes ont participé à un audit standardisé, approfondi et en trois étapes qui a débuté le 18 mars à Dortmund, en Allemagne. Le jury d’IFOY était composé de 26 journalistes professionnels de renommée internationale et de grands médias spécialisés en logistique représentant plus de 21 pays. Les juges ont évalué chaque finaliste dans une série de catégories clés, notamment la valeur de l’innovation, la technologie, l’ergonomie et la manutention, la sécurité, la possibilité de commercialisation, le design, les avantages pour le client, la rentabilité et la durabilité. En outre, pour la troisième année consécutive, de nombreux acheteurs potentiels étaient également présents sur place à l’occasion du Test Camp Intralogistics.

À propos de Locus Robotics

La solution révolutionnaire multi-bots de Locus Robotics intègre des robots mobiles autonomes puissants et intelligents qui fonctionnent en collaboration avec des travailleurs humains pour améliorer considérablement la productivité de la manutention des pièces de 2 à 3 fois, avec moins de travail par rapport aux systèmes traditionnels de manutention des pièces. Locus aide les détaillants, les fournisseurs de services logistiques et les entrepôts spécialisés à répondre efficacement, et à dépasser, les exigences de plus en plus complexes et rigoureuses des environnements de traitement des commandes. S’intégrant facilement aux infrastructures d’entrepôt existantes sans perturber les flux de travail, Locus transforme la productivité sans transformer l’entrepôt.

La présence européenne de Locus est centralisée à Amsterdam pour mieux servir la région européenne. En 2021, Locus Robotics a rejoint le classement Inc. 500, se classant au rang 428. Pour plus d’informations, rendez-vous sur le site www.locusrobotics.com.

À propos du Prix IFOY

L’International Intralogistics and Forklift Truck of the Year (IFOY AWARD) récompense les meilleurs produits et solutions de systèmes intralogistiques de l’année. L’objectif de l’organisation est de documenter la capacité de performance et l’esprit d’innovation de l’intralogistique, contribuant ainsi à renforcer la compétitivité et à améliorer le profil de l’ensemble du secteur dans la sphère publique. Les lauréats du Prix IFOY sont sélectionnés une fois par an par un jury indépendant composé de journalistes spécialisés internationaux. Le sponsor est l’Association du secteur de la manutention et de l’intralogistique VDMA (VDMA Materials Handling and Intralogistics Sector Association). Les partenaires sont la Messe Dortmund et le premier fabricant mondial d’accessoires pour chariots élévateurs à fourche, Cascade. Le partenaire d’IFOY pour les palettes est CHEP, le leader mondial du marché de la mutualisation des palettes. Le partenaire immobilier logistique est GARBE. Le siège de l’organisation IFOY se trouve à Ismaning, près de Munich. Le Prix IFOY est placé sous le patronage du ministère fédéral des affaires économiques et de l’énergie de la République fédérale d’Allemagne.

CONTACT : Christina Gorini, christina@brandstyle.com

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Turkish, Somali presidents discuss regional security, humanitarian aid

ANKARA— Turkish President Recep Erdogan met on Wednesday with his visiting Somalian counterpart Hassan Sheikh Mohamud in the capital Ankara to discuss regional security and humanitarian aid to the African country.

In a joint press conference after their meeting, the Turkish president stressed the importance of Somalia’s stability and security for the whole African horn, noting Turkiye will continue to stand with Somalia in the international arena.

Turkiye’s humanitarian and development aid to Somalia over the last decade totals more than 1 billion U.S. dollars, Erdogan said, adding the trade between Turkiye and Somalia has grown quickly in the past years.

For his part, the Somalian president told the press conference that he discussed with Erdogan the humanitarian situation in his country caused by severe drought.

“I would like to take this opportunity to call upon our Turkish brothers to support us and do what they can, as they did before. Your solidarity and support will save the lives of the Somali people and will never be forgotten,” he said.

Mohamud, who served as the president of Somalia between 2012 and 2017, made his first official visit to Turkiye after he was re-elected in May.


DR Congo, Rwanda agree to ‘de-escalate’ tensions in Angola-brokered talks

LUANDA— The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Rwanda have agreed to a “de-escalation process” following weeks of rising tensions over rebel fighting in eastern DRC, DRC presidency said after mediated talks.

But the mediator of the talks, Angolan President Joao Lourenco, went further announcing a “ceasefire” on Wednesday – although giving no details.

“I am pleased to announce that we have had positive results, in our view, in that we have agreed on a ceasefire, among other measures,” Lourenco said in remarks at the end of the mini-summit attended by Rwanda’s Paul Kagame and DRC’s Felix Tshisekedi in the Angolan capital Luanda.

Tshisekedi’s office said a “roadmap” had been established towards normalising diplomatic ties, including ending hostilities involving the M23 militia in eastern DRC.

The announcements came after day-long talks which the Rwandan state broadcaster reported had “concluded with an agreed-upon roadmap to deescalate hostilities”.

But the Rwanda Broadcasting Agency stressed that it was agreed that the issue of M23 “be dealt with domestically within the framework of the Nairobi process.”

Violence has flared between the DRC army and the M23 rebels and is ongoing.

The DRC has repeatedly accused Rwanda of backing the M23, a charge the small central African country always denied.

A mostly Congolese Tutsi rebel group, the M23 – or “March 23 Movement” – first leapt to prominence when it briefly captured the eastern DRC city of Goma in 2012 before it was driven out in a joint UN-DRC offensive.

After lying mostly dormant for years, the M23 resumed fighting last November after accusing the DRC government of failing to honour an agreement to incorporate its fighters into the army.

Fierce fighting has seen the rebels make significant advances in eastern DRC. Last month, M23 fighters captured the strategic town of Bunagana on the DRC-Ugandan border, for example.

At the end of Wednesday’s talks, the DRC presidency said the three presidents had decided upon a “de-escalation process between the DRC and Rwanda”.

This involves setting up a joint DRC-Rwanda committee, which is due to hold its first meeting in Luanda on July 12, as well as a roadmap for normalising relations.

The M23 must cease hostilities under the roadmap, according to the DRC presidency, and the “exploitation of natural resources in the region must be done in strict respect of the sovereignty of states”.

Lourenco, who is also the chairman of the International Conference for the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), mediated the talks at the request of the Africa Union after the violence grew into a diplomatic faceoff between the two neighbours.


South African president warns citizens against under-age drinking

CAPE TOWN— South African President Cyril Ramaphosa warned citizens against under-age drinking, saying the country is losing its future generation to this “scourge.”

He sounded the warning at the mass funeral for 21 young victims of last week’s tavern tragedy in East London, Eastern Cape Province. The youngest victim who died in this tragedy was 13 years old, and the country is still waiting for the result of toxicology.

Legal drinking in South Africa is 18 years old.

Ramaphosa recalled major alcohol-related incidents that killed young women and children in the past, blaming under-age drinking for alcohol related violence, road accidents, driving drunk and unprotected sex.

“Alcohol is highly addictive. It is something to be consumed in moderation and responsibly, and only by those who are of the legal age to do so, and mature enough to handle its effects,” he said.

The president said South Africa has extensive laws to address and combat alcohol abuse, but has to strengthen implementation, calling on all mayors to appoint Local Drug Action Committees in every ward and to give them the necessary support from the municipality.

He also called on the Eastern Cape government and all of provincial government to step up implementation of their provincial drug master plans, with a renewed focus on outreach and public awareness raising. —


African airlines stare at $4b loss over costly fuel

NAIROBI— African airlines are expected to record a $4.1 billion loss this year on the back of expensive fuel that is eroding the gains made by a recovering business.

Africa Airlines Association (AFRAA) says expensive jet fuel and other expenses involved in running the airlines will weigh down on the profits.

Kenyan airlines have had to adjust their fares upward because of a sharp rise in the cost of fuel, which accounts for a significant portion of the expenses involved in running the aircraft.

The cost of jet fuel has hit a high of Ksh148 ($1.25) a litre from Ksh100 ($0.85) in January, piling pressure on airlines at a time when the demand for flying has remained low as the industry still recovers from the effects of Covid-19.

“Full-year revenue loss for African airlines for 2022 is estimated at $4.1bn, equivalent to 23.4 percent of the 2019 revenues,” said AFRAA.

International Air Transport Association (IATA) had earlier warned that rising jet fuel prices were likely to cause airfares to increase this year, as airlines grapple with higher operating costs.

“We have had to adjust our fares because of expensive fuel that has increased our operation cost,” said Jambojet chief executive officer Ndegwa Karanja.

Karanja, however, said the prices would be reviewed downwards in the coming days depending on the cost of fuel.

Safarilink chief executive officer Alex Avedi said the high cost of fuel has been passed on to the cost of tickets, making them pricier.

“There has been a significant rise in the cost of fuel since January and this has had an effect on the cost of tickets,” said Avedi.

The projected loss for this year, however, is lower than what was recorded last year, a pointer that the aviation industry is recovering from massive losses witnessed in the last two years as Covid-19 disrupted the sector.

In 2021, African airlines cumulatively lost $8.6 billion in revenues due to the impact of the pandemic, representing 49.8 of 2019 earnings.

The Intra-African passenger traffic recovery was estimated at 74 percent in May due to the easing of anti-covid-19 restrictions in several African countries.

A total of 27 states in the continent have eased travel restrictions by removing the requirement for testing on fully vaccinated passengers.