Low Floater to Gap Up Big Monday, Huge Virgin Media Deal Signed - Word Will Spread Over Weekend
Concurrent (CCUR) breaking out big and could rapidly double only 9.2mm s/o $24.6mm in cash no debt and enterprise value at yesterday's close of just $46.79mm or 0.75 revenue. CCUR is market share leader in video on demand industry clients include 6 of the 8 largest U.S. cable TV companies. CCUR's business is about to boom from their clients investing heavily to upgrade their infrastructure to support multi-screen video delivery. Just this week Virgin Media (VMED) announced the deployment of CCUR's MediaHawk technology to power Virgin TV Anywhere a new service delivering on demand content to the smartphones and tablets of VMED's 3.8mm subscribers. CCUR recently won a patent for its soon to launch cloud based network DVR technology, which will replace today's physical DVRs in the same way traditional DVR devices replaced VCRs. CCUR's EPS last quarter was double the previous quarter and quadruple the quarter before that. CCUR's main competitor in this space Seachange (SEAC) just hit a new 52-week high and is trading with enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.9, a multiple that would value CCUR over $15.50 per share more than double where it is trading today. CCUR's margins of 58% are larger than SEAC's 50% margins and CCUR is paying a 3.2% dividend yield while SEAC doesn't pay a dividend. CCUR is beginning to breakout and could rapidly rise into double digits within the next week or so.