When they miss it typically drops $10 per share so why shouldn't it pop $10 when they return to meeting expectations. That would put us at about $45. This is a growth company and growth will continue for many years. The bonus is partnerships with the likes of AT&T and the possibility of buyout at $80 per share.
If you follow the history of AKAM you'll understand how $6 is only a portion of the pop we will see tomorrow.