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  • rblatuis rblatuis Apr 1, 2013 2:01 PM Flag

    Undervalued Tablet/Smartphone Video Play Ready to Explode

    Concurrent (CCUR) very low float extremely undervalued tablet/smartphone video delivery CDN play! Could breakout past $8 resistance this afternoon and become biggest percentage gainer in market tomorrow! Only 9.2mm s/o has $24.6mm in cash no debt enterprise value of $48.17mm or just 0.77x revenue. CCUR leads the video on demand (VOD) industry with reach of 50mm homes across 4 continents. CCUR won Emmy Award for their "start over" technology that they deployed in the U.S. for Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Bright House. Soon, CCUR will launch their patented cloud based network DVR technology that will eliminate the need for physical DVR devices and make them obsolete like VCRs.

    We are about to see CCUR's business boom in upcoming quarters as pay TV companies make large investments to upgrade their systems to support multi-screen video delivery. Virgin Media (VMED) the largest cable TV company in the UK with an enterprise value of $23 billion just announced that they are deploying CCUR's MediaHawk to power their new service called Virgin TV Anywhere, which will allow VMED's 3.8mm subscribers to watch video content from any location using their tablet or smartphone. CCUR's EPS last quarter was up 100% from previous quarter and up 300% from two quarters ago. The #2 VOD/multi-screen company Seachange (SEAC), just hit a new 52-week high and is now trading with enterprise value of 1.89x revenue, which would value CCUR at $15.53 per share! CCUR has the most incredible looking chart to go with its huge cash position, big dividend, and rapidly growing profits!

 
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