Palantir Technologies (NYSE:PLTR) stock is getting ready for a catalyst that investors will want to watch out for on April 27.
That’s when the tech company will hold a Demo Day event showing off some of its upcoming products. The event will kick off at 11:00 a.m. Eastern time and will focus on its Palantir Apollo platform.
According to the company, the new products shown off at the event will allow its customers to “autonomously deploy and manage complex software in production across many heterogeneous environments with a homogenous approach.”
Palantir Technologies is also promising that its new products will allow companies to “ship new features faster, encode security and quality requirements, and write code once that works across virtually all environments.”
In addition to that, Palantir Technologies is touting the ability to access these features from a wealth of places. That includes “public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, on premises, data centers, and edge devices, including Humvees, drones, satellites, and more.”
Anyone wanting to check out the Apollo Demo Day event will have to pre-register first. They can do so over on the software company’s website. It’s worth noting that registration closes 24 hours before the event and there is limited availability.
Today’s news isn’t exciting PLTR shareholders just yet with the stock seeing low trading volume. To go along with that, shares of PLTR stock are slipping 2.1% as of Thursday morning.
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