Concurrent (CCUR) currently $6.16 with 8.72mm o/s a market cap of $53.72mm with $24.6mm in cash no debt and enterprise value of $29.12mm. CCUR's MediaHawk platform can delivery any video format, to any device type, over any type of network. CCUR has multi-screen contracts to power the multi-screen services for the largest cable TV companies in Japan, Germany, and the UK. These three companies alone will give CCUR a total pay-TV subscriber reach of 14.8 million households.
Ericsson (ERIC) just announced they are spending nearly $200mm to acquire from Microsoft (MSFT)'s their Mediaroom multi-screen software, which has a reach of 11mm households and will expand ERIC's reach to 16mm pay-TV subscriber households. ERIC is spending nearly $200mm to increase their multi-screen reach by 11mm households, and CCUR's video business that will soon have a multi-screen reach of 14.8mm pay-TV subscriber households is receiving no value at all!
CCUR paid $15mm for their media data intelligence business, which tracks the viewing behavior of pay-TV subscribers across TVs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones in real-time, and currently tracks a total of 35mm subscribers. Subtract $15mm from CCUR's enterprise value of $29.12mm and this leaves only $14.12mm in valuation left for CCUR's two main businesses. CCUR's real-time business has 4 of the world's 5 largest defense contractors as clients and has $27.6mm in annualized revenues. CCUR's real-time business alone is worth much more than $14.12mm!
CCUR's video business has $33.8mm in annualized revenues and is extremely profitable! A video business valuation of $100mm would make CCUR a $18.88 per share stock, triple where it is today!