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  • goodwe212 goodwe212 May 15, 2013 10:30 PM Flag

    The Market's Next Huge Play


    Concurrent (CCUR) is the #1 Netflix (NFLX) alternative play in the market and the stock with the #1 best chance on the NASDAQ to quickly double in the short-term! CCUR's EPS has been ramping up faster than any other small-cap technology stock with their quarterly GAAP EPS rising over the past year on a quarter-to-quarter basis from $0.02, to $0.04, to $0.08, and to $0.11. CCUR is currently only $7.09 with 8.75mm o/s, a market cap of $62.07mm, cash of $22.37mm, an enterprise value of $39.7mm, and revenue of $63.23mm.

    CCUR is the pay-TV industry's #1 VOD and multi-screen technology company with clients including Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter, Bright House, and Virgin Media. CCUR's new CDN technology allows pay-TV operators to combine their classic VOD infrastructure with their new IP-based networks to deliver VOD content to tablets, smartphones, and other IP connected devices, while quickly and cost effectively expanding the number of on demand videos they can offer. CCUR's CDN technology is now delivering VOD content to the iOS and Android smartphones/tablets of Time Warner Cable's 12mm subscribers!

    CCUR's closest rivals are Seachange (SEAC), which has gross margins of 52% and an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.65, and Harmonic (HLIT), which has gross margins of 46% and an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 0.90. CCUR has much higher gross margins of 59% and is insanely undervalued with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.63. CCUR now has record high trailing GAAP EPS of $0.25 while SEAC and HLIT have trailing GAAP EPS losses. CCUR needs to hit a new 52-week high of $9+ to match HLIT's multiple and $14.47 to reach SEAC's multiple!

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