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Revolution Lighting Technologies, Inc. Message Board

  • jtdmnf533 jtdmnf533 Mar 27, 2013 10:55 AM Flag

    CCUR next to take off like RVLT

    Concurrent (CCUR) could double in upcoming weeks only 9.2mm o/s currently $7.98 strong balance sheet $24.6mm in cash no debt pays 3.1% dividend yield enterprise value is currently only $48.88mm or just 0.78x revenue. CCUR is global video on demand (VOD) leader with reach of 50mm homes worldwide. CCUR's business is about to boom big time as cable TV service providers make huge investments to upgrade their systems for the delivery of on demand videos to all IP connected devices! Just the other day Virgin Media (VMED) the largest cable TV company in the UK announced that they are in the process of deploying CCUR's MediaHawk platform to power Virgin TV Anywhere, a new service that allows VMED's 3.8mm subscribers to watch on demand content from any location on their tablets and smartphones! CCUR is also about to revolutionize industry with the upcoming launch of their patented cloud based network DVR technology, which will eliminate the need for cable TV providers to ship physical DVR boxes to their clients! The multi-screen video delivery space is about to become the hottest investment space of 2013 and the other major player Seachange (SEAC) is losing money with gross margins of only 50% vs CCUR's gross margins of 58%, yet SEAC currently has enterprise value of 1.9x revenue, a multiple that would value CCUR at $15.60 per share! Barchart now rates CCUR a buy in 12 out of 13 technical analysis categories!

 
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