would like to see the stock get above $12 and beyond. Hopefully we can gain traction from here and get in double digit territory and stay there.
She is just simply being allowed to continue to keep vesting past awarded shares that hadn't vested. Pretty much a no brainer since her cost is probably ver low. Plus the taxes are lower and capital gains then regular income. Hope she make a $1,000,000 profit.
Correction: From both CIEN (acquiring Lightera in 1999 and the stock going to $300 pre split by October 2000 with accelerated vesting and then going to INFN in 2002. Sold all CIEN shares before the big meltdown in 2001. Getting stock at .17 cents a share is a beautiful thing. Lighting does actually struck twice.
Was hoping CIEN was up to it this time so we could all ride the wave up. But per usual CIEN is as unpredictable as ever. Yes I am back. Still enjoying the enormous gains made from when CIEN acquired Lightera Networks back in 1999. CoreDirector is still the only product that keeps the light on in Linthicum.
There transport business is pretty much a none starter and only represents a small portion of their business today. This is where INFN is eating their lunch. Smith should dump the transport product and focus more on packet and CoreDirector. INFN's product is so much more elegant and far more superior in every way then the old tech CIEN still seems to be still trying to peddle around.
AT&T might as well be a China Telecom because INFN has about the same chances with AT&T as they do in China. None!!!! Plus they are a pain to deal with. Not worth the effort.
Anything is possible. Just don't bank on it. AT&T is a love hate customer. Plus they take forever to adopt and leading edge technology. That's why they are behind Verizon in Mobile and Comcast in Cable.
I doubt AT&T will select INFN but for the record CIEN does not offer what INFN does in the way of quick installs and quicker instant additional ports.
Just for the record and I know this only because of my past association working at INFN. Comcast is not a customer. They currently use CIEN for transport. That may change in the future as discussed but as of now. No.
no wonder uverse has one of the slowest internet downloads in the cable business. ATT mobile sucks as well. So actually I am not surprised he didn't know INFN. Plus he's not exactly the decision maker at uverse. So bad example and bad demographic. : )
PR doesn't pull the PPS up. Increased sales, profit and margins do. Simple as that. So stop relying on PR. It's nonsense.
Brand awareness? This is not a consumer product. I guarantee you that as far as brand/product awareness INFN is as well known as CIEN or any other transport supplier with customers. Thats all that matters. I could care less if Six Pack Joe doesn't or know about INFN product. As far an analysts they al know who INFN is as well.
If they disappoint we will go down in sympathy no doubt. Always cheer for competitors in like industries. Especially a bell weather like CSCO.
Glad you still around to see 2014 play out. It's tough to be tough throughout the last few weeks. Congratulations on your patience.