In addition, reference will be made to non-GAAP financial measures. Information regarding the reconciliation of non-GAAP and GAAP measures can be found in the press release that was issued this afternoon on our website at the IR section at www.ubnt.com.
Now, let me turn the call over to Robert Pera, Ubiquiti Founder. Robert?
Robert J. Pera
Hello. Thanks for joining the call. John Ritchie will breakdown the earnings results for the quarter and fiscal year. Before that, I want to give my thoughts on how the company is positioned for the future.
Unlike traditional type companies who compete in known markets with sales centric business models, Ubiquiti is powered by a hyper efficiency model which allows us to profitably enter underserved markets; something traditional technology companies have difficult achieving.
As a nucleus of our model is dedication to the development of powerful communication software which we provide at no cost as well as the commitment to providing transparency between our engineering team and technology user community also at no additional cost.
When paired with disrupted cost performance hardware and a focus on optimizing user experience, explosive customer demand can be realized without the need for traditional SG&A expenses.
In the case of AirMax, our broadband outdoor wireless internet distribution platform demand has skyrocketed and hardware sales have grown dramatically even in the presence of incoming competition.
This is a credit to the inherent defensibility of our software technology and our ownership of the end user community relationship. It is the same pervasive customer demand and market dominance which I believe has driven a group of terminated ex-distributors to such expense as to steal our intellectual property and set up counterfeit operations of our AirMax products.
Although they have impacted our AirMax sales and have created confusion in some markets, we have been relentless in pursuing them to a comprehensive global litigation strategy.