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  • CCUR is set to bounce big on Monday and explode to new 52-week highs this week. CCUR was the world's first company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) in their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) over a decade ago, which caused CCUR to briefly become a billion dollar market cap company. Today, CCUR holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households and its business is booming big time again as its cable TV operator clients like TWC rapidly expand services to all new screens including tablets, smartphones and Smart TVs.

    Just a few days ago, TWC became the first cable TV operator to launch a Smart TV app, when TWC launched their Samsung Smart TV app offering 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without the need for a set-top box. TWC is using CCUR's technology to power this app!

    CCUR closed last week at $7.81 per share with an extremely undervalued enterprise value of only $46mm or 0.73X revenues and 8.20X free cash flow. CCUR's EPS last quarter was up 175% year-over-year and CCUR's 4Q EPS to be reported later this month is projected to be up 350% year-over-year. CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and when they report fiscal 4Q results this month, CCUR will probably finish fiscal year 2013 with cash of between $28mm and $30mm.

    After CCUR potentially reports blow out earnings this month, they will make their next HUGE dividend payment in early September. CCUR currently pays an enormous dividend yield of 6.15%, the highest in its industry. CCUR's top two rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay any dividends and have much lower gross and operating profit margins, yet SEAC and HLIT currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.49, which values CCUR at $13.32 per share - and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.37, which values CCUR at $13.03 per share.

    After CCUR's 4Q results later this month, an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.37 will most likely value CCUR between $16 and $17 per share!

  • CCUR is set to bounce big on Monday and explode to new 52-week highs this week. CCUR was the world's first company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) in their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) over a decade ago, which caused CCUR to briefly become a billion dollar market cap company. Today, CCUR holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households and its business is booming big time again as its cable TV operator clients like TWC rapidly expand services to all new screens including tablets, smartphones and Smart TVs.

    Just a few days ago, TWC became the first cable TV operator to launch a Smart TV app, when TWC launched their Samsung Smart TV app offering 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without the need for a set-top box. TWC is using CCUR's technology to power this app!

    CCUR closed last week at $7.81 per share with an extremely undervalued enterprise value of only $46mm or 0.73X revenues and 8.20X free cash flow. CCUR's EPS last quarter was up 175% year-over-year and CCUR's 4Q EPS to be reported later this month is projected to be up 350% year-over-year. CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and when they report fiscal 4Q results this month, CCUR will probably finish fiscal year 2013 with cash of between $28mm and $30mm.

    After CCUR potentially reports blow out earnings this month, they will make their next HUGE dividend payment in early September. CCUR currently pays an enormous dividend yield of 6.15%, the highest in its industry. CCUR's top two rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay any dividends and have much lower gross and operating profit margins, yet SEAC and HLIT currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.49, which values CCUR at $13.32 per share - and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.37, which values CCUR at $13.03 per share.

    After CCUR's 4Q results later this month, an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.37 will most likely value CCUR between $16 and $17 per share!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) will rally into the close from its current price of $7.85 and gap up big on Monday! CCUR at $7.85 has an enterprise value of only $46.35 million or 0.73X revenues of $63.23 million and 8.28X free cash flow of $5.6 million. Current Analysis rates CCUR's on demand server technology #1 in the industry ahead of #2 Cisco (CSCO), a $100 billion+ market cap company! Even Harmonic (HLIT), which is rated last place, is now trading for $7.92 - a higher share price than CCUR!

    CCUR's Cash Per Share is 60% above HLIT's Cash Per Share
    CCUR's Revenue Per Share is 49% above HLIT's Revenue Per Share
    CCUR's Gross Profit Per Share is 85% above HLIT's Gross Profit Per Share
    CCUR's EBITDA Per Share is 559% above HLIT's EBITDA Per Share
    CCUR's GAAP EPS is 14,017% above HLIT's GAAP EPS
    CCUR's non-GAAP EPS is 115% above HLIT's non-GAAP EPS
    CCUR's Operating Cash Flow Per Share is 33% above HLIT's Operating Cash Flow Per Share
    CCUR's Free Cash Flow Per Share is 36% above HLIT's Free Cash Flow Per Share

    At a very minimum, based on operating cash flow, CCUR should be 33% above HLIT's share price of $7.92 and trading for $10.53. Based on non-GAAP EPS, CCUR should be 115% above HLIT's share price of $7.92 and trading for $17+

    CCUR has the #1 video on demand (VOD) market share and their top 2 clients are Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Cox, 2 of America's 3 largest cable TV service providers with a combined 16.5 million subscribers! CCUR's VOD technology reaches a total of 50 million households worldwide! CCUR has been a rumored takeover target since 2006 and major consolidation is now beginning to finally take place in the cable TV industry!

  • CCUR holds the #1 video on demand (VOD) technology market share and is currently only $8.14 with a market cap of $71.25mm, $22.37mm in cash, and an enterprise value of $48.89mm or 0.77X revenues and 8.73X free cash flow. The #2 VOD technology market share leader SEAC has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.72, which would value CCUR at $14.98 per share. SEAC also has an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 19.83, which would value CCUR at $15.24 per share.

    CCUR's gross margin last quarter of 59.07% exceeded SEAC's gross margin of 53.67%. CCUR also has an operating margin last quarter of 7.28% vs. SEAC's operating margin of negative (5.1%). Plus, CCUR grew revenues last quarter by 3.9% while SEAC's revenues were down (2.9%).

    CCUR recently raised its dividend by 100% to $0.48 per share for a HUGE yield at $8.14 of 5.9%, the highest in its space! CCUR's MediaHawk technology delivers VOD to 50mm households worldwide and CCUR is now capturing a huge share of the booming multi-screen CDN video delivery market. Besides just delivering video to set-top boxes, CCUR's MediaHawk now delivers video to tablets, smartphones, and smart TVs - for clients like Time Warner Cable (2nd largest U.S. cable TV operator) and Virgin Media (largest U.K. cable TV operator)!

    Managed VOD services are expected to grow at a rate of 28% annually through 2017 and IP-based video delivery through CDNs is expected to increase 12-fold by 2020! CCUR was just awarded a patent for demand-based edge caching of video content, a method and system of prioritizing and intelligently caching video content at the edge of a CDN based on asset demand. CCUR's caching technology ensures content is stored and delivered as efficiently as possible, minimizing the use of their customers' valuable network resources.

  • CCUR is about to rise big from its current price of $8.35 and could reach double digits in the upcoming days. CCUR just released HUGE news today that they won a key patent for their CDN multi-screen video delivery platform. CCUR's fiscal 2013 4Q/year-end results to be released later this month will show an unbelievable financial turnaround for the company, with CCUR swinging from a GAAP EPS loss of ($0.33) in fiscal 2012 to an estimated GAAP EPS profit of $0.31 and non-GAAP EPS profit of $0.50 in fiscal 2013 ended June 30th. CCUR at $8.35 has a market cap of only $73.1mm with $22.37mm in cash, no debt, and an enterprise value of only $50.73mm or just 0.80X trailing revenues of $63.23mm and 9.06X trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm.

    When CCUR reports its 4Q results in a few weeks, CCUR will likely finish fiscal 2013 with approximately $28.71 million in cash and $7 million in trailing free cash flow. Based on these estimates, just for CCUR to maintain its current artificially low enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 9.06, CCUR will need to rise to $10.52 per share. However, CCUR's two main rivals SEAC and HLIT are currently trading with an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.52 and average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio 16.75.

    Based on CCUR's current trailing fundamentals, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.52 would value CCUR at $13.53 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.75 would value CCUR at $13.27 per share. Based on CCUR's estimated fiscal 2013 year-end fundamentals to be released later this month, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.52 would value CCUR at $14.57 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.75 would value CCUR at $16.67 per share.

    CCUR has practically no downside risk at $8.35. CCUR recently raised its dividend by 100%, which bodes well for CCUR's 4Q results! CCUR now pays a $0.48 per share annual cash dividend for a HUGE dividend yield at $8.35 per share of 5.7%!

  • CCUR is about to rise big from its current price of $8.17 and could reach double digits in the upcoming days. CCUR's fiscal 2013 4Q/year-end results to be released later this month will show an unbelievable financial turnaround for the company, with CCUR swinging from a GAAP EPS loss of ($0.33) in fiscal 2012 to an estimated GAAP EPS profit of $0.31 and non-GAAP EPS profit of $0.50 in fiscal 2013 ended June 30th. CCUR at $8.17 has a market cap of only $71.52mm with $22.37mm in cash, no debt, and an enterprise value of only $49.15mm or just 0.78X trailing revenues of $63.23mm and 8.78X trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm.

    When CCUR reports its 4Q results in a few weeks, CCUR will likely finish fiscal 2013 with approximately $28.71 million in cash and $7 million in trailing free cash flow. Based on these estimates, just for CCUR to maintain its current artificially low enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 8.78, CCUR will need to rise to $10.30 per share. However, CCUR's two main rivals SEAC and HLIT are currently trading with an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.49 and average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio 16.42.

    Based on CCUR's current trailing fundamentals, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.49 would value CCUR at $13.32 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.42 would value CCUR at $13.06 per share. Based on CCUR's estimated fiscal 2013 year-end fundamentals to be released later this month, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.49 would value CCUR at $14.34 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.42 would value CCUR at $16.41 per share.

    CCUR has practically no downside risk at $8.17. CCUR recently raised its dividend by 100%, which bodes well for CCUR's 4Q results! CCUR now pays a $0.48 per share annual cash dividend for a HUGE dividend yield at $8.17 per share of 5.9%! CCUR's MediaHawk has the #1 video on demand (VOD) market share in the pay-TV industry, reaching 50 million households!

  • CCUR is about to rise big from its current price of $8.17 and could reach double digits in the upcoming days. CCUR's fiscal 2013 4Q/year-end results to be released later this month will show an unbelievable financial turnaround for the company, with CCUR swinging from a GAAP EPS loss of ($0.33) in fiscal 2012 to an estimated GAAP EPS profit of $0.31 and non-GAAP EPS profit of $0.50 in fiscal 2013 ended June 30th. CCUR at $8.17 has a market cap of only $71.52mm with $22.37mm in cash, no debt, and an enterprise value of only $49.15mm or just 0.78X trailing revenues of $63.23mm and 8.78X trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm.

    When CCUR reports its 4Q results in a few weeks, CCUR will likely finish fiscal 2013 with approximately $28.71 million in cash and $7 million in trailing free cash flow. Based on these estimates, just for CCUR to maintain its current artificially low enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 8.78, CCUR will need to rise to $10.30 per share. However, CCUR's two main rivals SEAC and HLIT are currently trading with an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.49 and average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio 16.42.

    Based on CCUR's current trailing fundamentals, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.49 would value CCUR at $13.32 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.42 would value CCUR at $13.06 per share. Based on CCUR's estimated fiscal 2013 year-end fundamentals to be released later this month, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.49 would value CCUR at $14.34 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.42 would value CCUR at $16.41 per share.

    CCUR has practically no downside risk at $8.17. CCUR recently raised its dividend by 100%, which bodes well for CCUR's 4Q results! CCUR now pays a $0.48 per share annual cash dividend for a HUGE dividend yield at $8.17 per share of 5.9%! CCUR's MediaHawk has the #1 video on demand (VOD) market share in the pay-TV industry, reaching 50 million households!

  • CCUR is about to bounce big from its $8 support level where it closed yesterday and could reach double digits in the upcoming days. CCUR's fiscal 2013 4Q/year-end results to be released later this month will show an unbelievable financial turnaround for the company, with CCUR swinging from a GAAP EPS loss of ($0.33) in fiscal 2012 to an estimated GAAP EPS profit of $0.31 and non-GAAP EPS profit of $0.50 in fiscal 2013 ended June 30th. CCUR at $8 has a market cap of only $70mm with $22.37mm in cash, no debt, and an enterprise value of only $47.66mm or just 0.75X trailing revenues of $63.23mm and 8.51X trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm.

    When CCUR reports its 4Q results in a few weeks, CCUR will likely finish fiscal 2013 with approximately $28.71 million in cash and $7 million in trailing free cash flow. Based on these estimates, just for CCUR to maintain its current artificially low enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 8.51, CCUR will need to rise to $10.08 per share. However, CCUR's two main rivals SEAC and HLIT are currently trading with an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 and average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio 16.50.

    Based on CCUR's current trailing fundamentals, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 would value CCUR at $13.39 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.50 would value CCUR at $13.11 per share. Based on CCUR's estimated fiscal 2013 year-end fundamentals to be released later this month, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 would value CCUR at $14.42 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.50 would value CCUR at $16.47 per share.

    CCUR has practically no downside risk at $8. CCUR recently raised its dividend by 100%, which bodes well for CCUR's 4Q results! CCUR now pays a $0.48 per share annual cash dividend for a HUGE dividend yield at $8 per share of 6%! CCUR's MediaHawk has the #1 video on demand (VOD) market share in the pay-TV industry, reaching 50 million households!

  • CCUR is about to bounce big from its $8 support level where it closed yesterday and could reach double digits in the upcoming days. CCUR's fiscal 2013 4Q/year-end results to be released later this month will show an unbelievable financial turnaround for the company, with CCUR swinging from a GAAP EPS loss of ($0.33) in fiscal 2012 to an estimated GAAP EPS profit of $0.31 and non-GAAP EPS profit of $0.50 in fiscal 2013 ended June 30th. CCUR at $8 has a market cap of only $70mm with $22.37mm in cash, no debt, and an enterprise value of only $47.66mm or just 0.75X trailing revenues of $63.23mm and 8.51X trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm.

    When CCUR reports its 4Q results in a few weeks, CCUR will likely finish fiscal 2013 with approximately $28.71 million in cash and $7 million in trailing free cash flow. Based on these estimates, just for CCUR to maintain its current artificially low enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 8.51, CCUR will need to rise to $10.08 per share. However, CCUR's two main rivals SEAC and HLIT are currently trading with an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 and average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio 16.50.

    Based on CCUR's current trailing fundamentals, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 would value CCUR at $13.39 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.50 would value CCUR at $13.11 per share. Based on CCUR's estimated fiscal 2013 year-end fundamentals to be released later this month, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 would value CCUR at $14.42 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.50 would value CCUR at $16.47 per share.

    CCUR has practically no downside risk at $8. CCUR recently raised its dividend by 100%, which bodes well for CCUR's 4Q results! CCUR now pays a $0.48 per share annual cash dividend for a HUGE dividend yield at $8 per share of 6%! CCUR's MediaHawk has the #1 video on demand (VOD) market share in the pay-TV industry, reaching 50 million households!

  • CCUR is about to bounce big from its $8 support level where it closed yesterday and could reach double digits in the upcoming days. CCUR's fiscal 2013 4Q/year-end results to be released later this month will show an unbelievable financial turnaround for the company, with CCUR swinging from a GAAP EPS loss of ($0.33) in fiscal 2012 to an estimated GAAP EPS profit of $0.31 and non-GAAP EPS profit of $0.50 in fiscal 2013 ended June 30th. CCUR at $8 has a market cap of only $70mm with $22.37mm in cash, no debt, and an enterprise value of only $47.66mm or just 0.75X trailing revenues of $63.23mm and 8.51X trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm.

    When CCUR reports its 4Q results in a few weeks, CCUR will likely finish fiscal 2013 with approximately $28.71 million in cash and $7 million in trailing free cash flow. Based on these estimates, just for CCUR to maintain its current artificially low enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 8.51, CCUR will need to rise to $10.08 per share. However, CCUR's two main rivals SEAC and HLIT are currently trading with an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 and average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio 16.50.

    Based on CCUR's current trailing fundamentals, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 would value CCUR at $13.39 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.50 would value CCUR at $13.11 per share. Based on CCUR's estimated fiscal 2013 year-end fundamentals to be released later this month, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 would value CCUR at $14.42 per share and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.50 would value CCUR at $16.47 per share.

    CCUR has practically no downside risk at $8. CCUR recently raised its dividend by 100%, which bodes well for CCUR's 4Q results! CCUR now pays a $0.48 per share annual cash dividend for a HUGE dividend yield at $8 per share of 6%! CCUR's MediaHawk has the #1 video on demand (VOD) market share in the pay-TV industry, reaching 50 million households!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) is the #1 video on demand (VOD) server market share leader and currently has the #1 rated VOD server technology according to Current Analysis. CCUR's competitor Harmonic (HLIT)'s VOD server technology is rated last place by Current Analysis.

    Currently, CCUR's share price of $8.02 is only 3.5% above HLIT's share price of $7.75 when CCUR's cash per share is 60% higher than HLIT, CCUR's revenue per share is 49% higher than HLIT, CCUR's gross profit per share is 85% higher than HLIT, CCUR's EBITDA per share is 559% higher than HLIT, CCUR's GAAP EPS is 14,017% higher than HLIT, CCUR's non-GAAP EPS is 115% higher than HLIT, CCUR's operating cash flow per share is 33% higher than HLIT, and CCUR's free cash flow per share is 36% higher than HLIT.

    At a very minimum, CCUR should be immediately trading for 33%-36% above HLIT's share price of $7.75, which will value CCUR at $10.31-$10.62 per share. CCUR truly deserves a share price that is 49%-115% above HLIT, which will value CCUR at $11.55-$16.66 per share! CCUR recently doubled its dividend, which bodes very well for CCUR's 4Q results being released later this month! CCUR now pays a huge $0.48 dividend for a yield at $8.02 of 6%, the highest in the industry!

  • The biggest tech boom on Wall Street will soon be Smart TVs and a tiny undiscovered Smart TV play could soon rise over 100%! NFLX is up 173% in 2013 due to all Smart TV makers now including NFLX's Smart TV app, allowing consumers to watch unlimited TV shows/movies on Smart TVs for only $7.99 per mo with just high-speed Internet and no set-top box. The cost of Cable TV is rising faster than all other goods and services, and Smart TVs are encouraging consumers to cut the cord on cable.

    Cable TV operators are now investing heavily to battle back in the Smart TV war. The early pioneers are Time Warner Cable (TWC), the #2 largest U.S. cable TV operator, and a tiny undiscovered company Concurrent (CCUR). Samsung has today's top Smart TV platform and just last week, TWC launched a Samsung Smart TV app that will allow their subscribers to watch 5,000 VOD movies/TV shows without a set-top box. CCUR's innovative technology is powering TWC's new Smart TV app. CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN solution allows cable TV operators to deliver VOD content over their CDNs to any IP-connected device.

    Over the last nine months, CCUR's U.S. revenues grew 35% YOY, fueled in large part by TWC, which in early 2013 deployed CCUR's MediaHawk to launch new iOS/Android apps that allow their subscribers to watch VOD content on their tablets/smartphones. CCUR's 3Q EPS grew 175% YOY and CCUR's 4Q results coming later this month could be extremely strong due to TWC launching their new Samsung Smart TV app using CCUR's MediaHawk platform, and CCUR recently signing Virgin Media, the #1 cable TV operator in the UK, as its brand new CDN client!

    CCUR at $8.29 has an enterprise value of only $50.2 million or 0.79X revenues. CCUR's top rival SEAC has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.78, which would value CCUR at $15.41! CCUR has a higher gross margin than SEAC, and a positive operating margin vs. SEAC's negative operating margin! CCUR just doubled its dividend and now pays a HUGE yield of 5.8%!

  • The biggest tech boom on Wall Street will soon be Smart TVs and a tiny undiscovered Smart TV play could soon rise over 100%! NFLX is up 173% in 2013 due to all Smart TV makers now including NFLX's Smart TV app, allowing consumers to watch unlimited TV shows/movies on Smart TVs for only $7.99 per mo with just high-speed Internet and no set-top box. The cost of Cable TV is rising faster than all other goods and services, and Smart TVs are encouraging consumers to cut the cord on cable.

    Cable TV operators are now investing heavily to battle back in the Smart TV war. The early pioneers are Time Warner Cable (TWC), the #2 largest U.S. cable TV operator, and a tiny undiscovered company Concurrent (CCUR). Samsung has today's top Smart TV platform and just last week, TWC launched a Samsung Smart TV app that will allow their subscribers to watch 5,000 VOD movies/TV shows without a set-top box. CCUR's innovative technology is powering TWC's new Smart TV app. CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN solution allows cable TV operators to deliver VOD content over their CDNs to any IP-connected device.

    Over the last nine months, CCUR's U.S. revenues grew 35% YOY, fueled in large part by TWC, which in early 2013 deployed CCUR's MediaHawk to launch new iOS/Android apps that allow their subscribers to watch VOD content on their tablets/smartphones. CCUR's 3Q EPS grew 175% YOY and CCUR's 4Q results coming later this month could be extremely strong due to TWC launching their new Samsung Smart TV app using CCUR's MediaHawk platform, and CCUR recently signing Virgin Media, the #1 cable TV operator in the UK, as its brand new CDN client!

    CCUR at $8.29 has an enterprise value of only $50.2 million or 0.79X revenues. CCUR's top rival SEAC has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.78, which would value CCUR at $15.41! CCUR has a higher gross margin than SEAC, and a positive operating margin vs. SEAC's negative operating margin! CCUR just doubled its dividend and now pays a HUGE yield of 5.8%!

  • CCUR is today's biggest undiscovered gem with the strongest fundamentals and most bullish technicals/chart! CCUR is $8.22 with an enterprise value of only $49.59 million - just 0.78X revenues and 8.86X free cash flow. CCUR became the 1st to commercially deploy video on demand (VOD) in 1999 with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC), which won CCUR an Emmy Award. CCUR won a second Emmy Award in 2006 for the "Best Use of 'On Demand' Technology" when they deployed a breakthrough new service for TWC called "Start Over". TWC is the #2 largest U.S. cable TV operator with 12mm subscribers.

    CCUR has the #1 VOD market share, with their MediaHawk platform delivering VOD to 50mm homes! TWC is now using the 6th generation of CCUR's MediaHawk, which allows operators to deliver VOD across CDNs to any IP-connected device. TWC is utilizing CCUR's new breakthrough IP-based CDN video solutions to deliver VOD/live-TV to the tablets/smartphones of their subscribers. CCUR's MediaHawk now supports video delivery to all major brands of Smart TVs. A few days ago, TWC launched a new Samsung Smart TV VOD app being powered by CCUR's technology.

    CCUR is set to release their 4Q/year-end results this month. CCUR's 2013 revenues from TWC will be up big vs. 2012, which will validate CCUR's new IP-based CDN solutions. CCUR will also report their first ever revenues from their brand new CDN client Virgin Media, the #1 UK cable TV operator! CCUR's 3Q EPS was up 175% and CCUR is expected to report 4Q EPS growth of 350%!

    Last quarter, CCUR had a gross margin of 59.1% and operating margin of 7.3% vs. its main rival SEAC's gross margin of 51.8% and operating margin of negative (5.1%). SEAC has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.76. CCUR, with much stronger fundamentals, deserves an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 2 - which would value CCUR at $17 per share! CCUR just doubled its dividend and pays an enormous 5.84% dividend yield! CCUR broke through its key $8 resistance level last week!

  • CCUR is today's biggest undiscovered gem with the strongest fundamentals and most bullish technicals/chart! CCUR is $8.22 with an enterprise value of only $49.59 million - just 0.78X revenues and 8.86X free cash flow. CCUR became the 1st to commercially deploy video on demand (VOD) in 1999 with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC), which won CCUR an Emmy Award. CCUR won a second Emmy Award in 2006 for the "Best Use of 'On Demand' Technology" when they deployed a breakthrough new service for TWC called "Start Over". TWC is the #2 largest U.S. cable TV operator with 12mm subscribers.

    CCUR has the #1 VOD market share, with their MediaHawk platform delivering VOD to 50mm homes! TWC is now using the 6th generation of CCUR's MediaHawk, which allows operators to deliver VOD across CDNs to any IP-connected device. TWC is utilizing CCUR's new breakthrough IP-based CDN video solutions to deliver VOD/live-TV to the tablets/smartphones of their subscribers. CCUR's MediaHawk now supports video delivery to all major brands of Smart TVs. A few days ago, TWC launched a new Samsung Smart TV VOD app being powered by CCUR's technology.

    CCUR is set to release their 4Q/year-end results this month. CCUR's 2013 revenues from TWC will be up big vs. 2012, which will validate CCUR's new IP-based CDN solutions. CCUR will also report their first ever revenues from their brand new CDN client Virgin Media, the #1 UK cable TV operator! CCUR's 3Q EPS was up 175% and CCUR is expected to report 4Q EPS growth of 350%!

    Last quarter, CCUR had a gross margin of 59.1% and operating margin of 7.3% vs. its main rival SEAC's gross margin of 51.8% and operating margin of negative (5.1%). SEAC has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.76. CCUR, with much stronger fundamentals, deserves an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 2 - which would value CCUR at $17 per share! CCUR just doubled its dividend and pays an enormous 5.84% dividend yield! CCUR broke through its key $8 resistance level last week!

  • CCUR is today's biggest undiscovered gem with the strongest fundamentals and most bullish technicals/chart! CCUR is $8.22 with an enterprise value of only $49.59 million - just 0.78X revenues and 8.86X free cash flow. CCUR became the 1st to commercially deploy video on demand (VOD) in 1999 with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC), which won CCUR an Emmy Award. CCUR won a second Emmy Award in 2006 for the "Best Use of 'On Demand' Technology" when they deployed a breakthrough new service for TWC called "Start Over".

    CCUR holds the largest VOD market share, with its MediaHawk delivering VOD to 50mm households! CCUR is about to go through a new boom phase as pay-TV operators upgrade their systems to support multi-screen video delivery. CCUR's new 6th generation of MediaHawk provides multi-screen video delivery to tablets/smartphones over IP-based CDNs. CCUR's 10-K filing later this month will likely show HUGE year-over-year revenue growth from its two largest U.S. clients TWC and Cox (#2 and #3 largest U.S. cable TV operators respectively), which will validate CCUR's new IP-based multi-screen CDN technology! CCUR's 4Q results this month will likely show CCUR's first ever revenues from their latest brand new CDN client Virgin Media, the #1 largest U.K. cable TV operator!

    CCUR's 3Q EPS was up 175% and CCUR is expected to report 4Q EPS growth later this month of 350%! Over the past 18 months, CCUR streamlined operations and implemented major cost reductions. CCUR is now set to report their first profitable fiscal year in over a decade! Last quarter, CCUR had a gross margin of 59.1% and operating margin of 7.3% vs. its main rival SEAC which had a gross margin of 51.8% and operating margin of negative (5.1%). SEAC has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.76. CCUR, with much stronger fundamentals, deserves an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 2 - which would value CCUR at $17 per share! CCUR just doubled its dividend and pays an enormous 5.84% dividend yield!

  • CCUR has the world's #1 video on demand (VOD) technology market share with a reach of 50mm pay-TV households, yet it's trading for $8.45 with an enterprise value of only $51.6 million or 0.82X revenues and 9.21X free cash flow. The #2 VOD market share leader SEAC is trading with an enterprise value of 1.77X revenues and 20.34X free cash flow, which would value CCUR at $15.34 and $15.57, respectively!

    CCUR's other VOD tech rival Harmonic (HLIT) is now trading for $7.71 per share, only 9% below CCUR. CCUR deserves to trade for about 50% to 100% higher than HLIT's share price:

    CCUR's Cash Per Share is 60% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Revenue Per Share is 49% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Gross Profit Per Share is 85% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's EBITDA Per Share is 559% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's GAAP EPS is 14,017% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Non-GAAP EPS is 115% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Operating Cash Flow Per Share is 33% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Free Cash Flow Per Share is 36% Higher than HLIT

    Current Analysis now rates CCUR's VOD platform #1 in the pay-TV industry ahead of #2 Cisco (CSCO) a $137 billion company! SEAC and HLIT are rated 2nd to last and last, respectively! CCUR and SEAC have been rumored takeover targets!

    CCUR finished last week at $7.73 and rose $0.52 on Monday to $8.25. CCUR surpassed its previous 52-week high of $8.45 on Tuesday and set a new 52-week high of $8.61, before finishing up $0.15 to $8.40. CCUR dipped $0.26 on Wednesday to $8.14, but amazingly gained $0.31 on Thursday to $8.45! CCUR rose more on Thursday than it dipped on Wednesday and all of the weak hands are gone! CCUR could surpass $9 on Monday!

    CCUR recently announced a Top 5 MSO as its new multi-screen CDN client and CCUR's 10-K this month will disclose that it's Time Warner Cable (TWC), the #2 U.S. cable TV operator! CCUR's 10-K will also show revenues for the 1st time from CCUR's new CDN client Virgin Media, the #1 UK cable TV operator! CCUR just raised its cash dividend by 100% for a 5.7% yield!

  • CCUR has the world's #1 video on demand (VOD) technology market share with a reach of 50mm pay-TV households, yet it's trading for $8.45 with an enterprise value of only $51.6 million or 0.82X revenues and 9.21X free cash flow. The #2 VOD market share leader SEAC is trading with an enterprise value of 1.77X revenues and 20.34X free cash flow, which would value CCUR at $15.34 and $15.57, respectively!

    CCUR's other VOD tech rival Harmonic (HLIT) is now trading for $7.71 per share, only 9% below CCUR. CCUR deserves to trade for about 50% to 100% higher than HLIT's share price:

    CCUR's Cash Per Share is 60% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Revenue Per Share is 49% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Gross Profit Per Share is 85% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's EBITDA Per Share is 559% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's GAAP EPS is 14,017% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Non-GAAP EPS is 115% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Operating Cash Flow Per Share is 33% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Free Cash Flow Per Share is 36% Higher than HLIT

    Current Analysis now rates CCUR's VOD platform #1 in the pay-TV industry ahead of #2 Cisco (CSCO) a $137 billion company! SEAC and HLIT are rated 2nd to last and last, respectively! CCUR and SEAC have been rumored takeover targets!

    CCUR finished last week at $7.73 and rose $0.52 on Monday to $8.25. CCUR surpassed its previous 52-week high of $8.45 on Tuesday and set a new 52-week high of $8.61, before finishing up $0.15 to $8.40. CCUR dipped $0.26 on Wednesday to $8.14, but amazingly gained $0.31 on Thursday to $8.45! CCUR rose more on Thursday than it dipped on Wednesday and all of the weak hands are gone! CCUR could surpass $9 on Monday!

    CCUR recently announced a Top 5 MSO as its new multi-screen CDN client and CCUR's 10-K this month will disclose that it's Time Warner Cable (TWC), the #2 U.S. cable TV operator! CCUR's 10-K will also show revenues for the 1st time from CCUR's new CDN client Virgin Media, the #1 UK cable TV operator! CCUR just raised its cash dividend by 100% for a 5.7% yield!

  • CCUR has the world's #1 video on demand (VOD) technology market share with a reach of 50mm pay-TV households, yet it's trading for $8.45 with an enterprise value of only $51.6 million or 0.82X revenues and 9.21X free cash flow. The #2 VOD market share leader SEAC is trading with an enterprise value of 1.77X revenues and 20.34X free cash flow, which would value CCUR at $15.34 and $15.57, respectively!

    CCUR's other VOD tech rival Harmonic (HLIT) is now trading for $7.71 per share, only 9% below CCUR. CCUR deserves to trade for about 50% to 100% higher than HLIT's share price:

    CCUR's Cash Per Share is 60% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Revenue Per Share is 49% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Gross Profit Per Share is 85% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's EBITDA Per Share is 559% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's GAAP EPS is 14,017% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Non-GAAP EPS is 115% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Operating Cash Flow Per Share is 33% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Free Cash Flow Per Share is 36% Higher than HLIT

    Current Analysis now rates CCUR's VOD platform #1 in the pay-TV industry ahead of #2 Cisco (CSCO) a $137 billion company! SEAC and HLIT are rated 2nd to last and last, respectively! CCUR and SEAC have been rumored takeover targets!

    CCUR finished last week at $7.73 and rose $0.52 on Monday to $8.25. CCUR surpassed its previous 52-week high of $8.45 on Tuesday and set a new 52-week high of $8.61, before finishing up $0.15 to $8.40. CCUR dipped $0.26 on Wednesday to $8.14, but amazingly gained $0.31 on Thursday to $8.45! CCUR rose more on Thursday than it dipped on Wednesday and all of the weak hands are gone! CCUR could surpass $9 on Monday!

    CCUR recently announced a Top 5 MSO as its new multi-screen CDN client and CCUR's 10-K this month will disclose that it's Time Warner Cable (TWC), the #2 U.S. cable TV operator! CCUR's 10-K will also show revenues for the 1st time from CCUR's new CDN client Virgin Media, the #1 UK cable TV operator! CCUR just raised its cash dividend by 100% for a 5.7% yield!

  • CCUR has the world's #1 video on demand (VOD) technology market share with a reach of 50mm pay-TV households, yet it's trading for $8.45 with an enterprise value of only $51.6 million or 0.82X revenues and 9.21X free cash flow. The #2 VOD market share leader SEAC is trading with an enterprise value of 1.77X revenues and 20.34X free cash flow, which would value CCUR at $15.34 and $15.57, respectively!

    CCUR's other VOD tech rival Harmonic (HLIT) is now trading for $7.71 per share, only 9% below CCUR. CCUR deserves to trade for about 50% to 100% higher than HLIT's share price:

    CCUR's Cash Per Share is 60% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Revenue Per Share is 49% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Gross Profit Per Share is 85% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's EBITDA Per Share is 559% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's GAAP EPS is 14,017% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Non-GAAP EPS is 115% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Operating Cash Flow Per Share is 33% Higher than HLIT
    CCUR's Free Cash Flow Per Share is 36% Higher than HLIT

    Current Analysis now rates CCUR's VOD platform #1 in the pay-TV industry ahead of #2 Cisco (CSCO) a $137 billion company! SEAC and HLIT are rated 2nd to last and last, respectively! CCUR and SEAC have been rumored takeover targets!

    CCUR finished last week at $7.73 and rose $0.52 on Monday to $8.25. CCUR surpassed its previous 52-week high of $8.45 on Tuesday and set a new 52-week high of $8.61, before finishing up $0.15 to $8.40. CCUR dipped $0.26 on Wednesday to $8.14, but amazingly gained $0.31 on Thursday to $8.45! CCUR rose more on Thursday than it dipped on Wednesday and all of the weak hands are gone! CCUR could surpass $9 on Monday!

    CCUR recently announced a Top 5 MSO as its new multi-screen CDN client and CCUR's 10-K this month will disclose that it's Time Warner Cable (TWC), the #2 U.S. cable TV operator! CCUR's 10-K will also show revenues for the 1st time from CCUR's new CDN client Virgin Media, the #1 UK cable TV operator! CCUR just raised its cash dividend by 100% for a 5.7% yield!

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