There were 45 million online streams of the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament games so far this year, up 158% from last year, with 60% of them over mobile devices! Concurrent (CCUR) is an undiscovered and extremely undervalued low float stock that will capitalize most on this! CCUR is breaking out big today and ready to explode!
CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen technology can deliver any format of video, to any screen/device, at any time, over any network. CCUR was the first company to introduce video on demand (VOD) technology over a decade ago and today they hold a 30% market share of the VOD space with 212 VOD deployments across 4 continents and a reach of 50mm VOD homes.
CCUR's clients include Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter, and Bright House. CCUR ran from $7 to over $200 during the original VOD boom and now we are about to experience a boom of pay-TV companies rushing to upgrade their VOD infrastructure to support multi-screen video delivery to tablets and smartphones. CCUR just signed Virgin Media (VMED) the largest cable TV company in the UK with 3.8mm subscribers. CCUR will be powering VMED's brand new Virgin TV Anywhere service that allows their subscribers to watch content over their tablets and smartphones. CCUR has also signed a huge multi-screen deal with the largest cable TV company in Japan.
CCUR at $7 per share with only 9.2mm shares outstanding and a market cap of $64.4mm with $24.6mm in cash, no debt, and an enterprise value of only $39.8mm or just 0.62X its revenue of $62.59mm! CCUR earned non-GAAP EPS last year of $0.35. Its top rival SEAC reports their annual results today and they're estimated to report non-GAAP EPS of $0.40. SEAC is $11.24 per share so CCUR should at least rally to $10 in short-term!