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FireEye Boosts Q4, FY13, FY14 Revenue Outlook - Quick Facts

FireEye (FEYE: Quote) Thursday raised its revenues outlook for the fourth quarter, as well as the fiscal 2013 and fiscal 2014.

The company currently projects fourth-quarter revenues in the range of $55 million to $57 million, up from its previous guidance range of of $52 million to $54 million. Analysts currently expect fourth-quarter revenues of $53.57 million.

For the fiscal year 2013, the company has raised its revenue outlook to a range of $159 million to $161 million from its previous guidance range of $156 million to $158 million. Analysts currently estimate full-year 2013 revenues of $53.57 million.

For the fiscal 2014, the company now projects revenues in the order of $400 million to $410 million, up from its prior guidance range of $240 million to $250 million. Analysts currently project full-year 2014 revenues of $248.69 million.

The updated fiscal 2014 revenue guidance reflects the acquisition of Mandiant, which closed on December 30.

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