Smith Micro Software, (SMSI) falls 1.39% to Close at $4.27 on January 14

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Smith Micro Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMSI) shares fell 1.39%, or $0.06 per share, to close Friday at $4.27. After opening the day at $4.32, shares of Smith Micro Software, fluctuated between $4.36 and $4.18. 272,783 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 343,154. Friday's activity brought Smith Micro Software,’s market cap to $232,994,049.

Smith Micro Software, is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and employs more than 160 people.

About Smith Micro Software, Inc.

Smith Micro develops software to simplify and enhance the mobile experience, providing solutions to some of the leading wireless service providers and cable MSOs around the world. From enabling the family digital lifestyle to providing powerful voice messaging capabilities, our solutions enrich today's connected lifestyles while creating new opportunities to engage consumers via smartphones and consumer IoT devices. The Smith Micro portfolio also includes a wide range of products for creating, sharing and monetizing rich content, such as visual voice messaging, optimizing retail content display and performing analytics on any product set.

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