Concurrent (CCUR) is one of the only stocks in the world up 12 straight months and has the most bullish chart in the market. CCUR is extremely undervalued with a 30% market share of the video-on-demand (VOD) market and is beginning to capture a huge share of the multi-screen video delivery market (video delivery to tablets/smartphones) CCUR closed last week at $7.24 with an enterprise value of only $42mm or just 0.67X revenue with huge gross margins of 58.81%. CCUR has been profitable four straight quarters, with EPS last quarter up 100% vs. the previous quarter and up 300% vs. two quarters ago.
CCUR's competitor HLIT has gross margins of only 44.59% and is losing money, yet is trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 0.83. CCUR's competitor SEAC has gross margins of only 50.18% and is losing money, yet is trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.81. For CCUR to match SEAC's multiple it needs to trade for $15. CCUR needs to reach $9.50 just to trade with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1. CCUR's short-term upside potential is here.
CCUR ran from $7 to $200+ when they became first company ever to launch a commercial VOD service. CCUR's first VOD client was Time Warner Cable (TWC), the 2nd largest cable TV company in the U.S., and they are now using their 6th generation of CCUR's technology. CCUR today has 212 deployments across 4 continents with a reach of 50 million homes worldwide!
CCUR just signed a huge multi-screen deal with Virgin Media (VMED) the largest cable TV operator in the UK, CCUR will power VMED's new Virgin TV Anywhere service for tablets/smartphones. CCUR is already powering the Xvie multi-screen service of Jupiter, the largest cable TV operator in Japan. It was just announced this weekend that March Madness online streams are up 158% this year with 60% to mobile devices and CCUR could be best way to capitalize on this booming trend!