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  • Concurrent (CCUR) on Sunday at IBC 2013 unveiled its breakthrough cloud-based multi-screen Network DVR (nDVR) technology that will soon replace today's DVRs that are in 1/2 of the world's TV households. Early this morning, CCUR became the world's first pay-TV tech vendor to announce a major nDVR deployment! It's a multi-screen nDVR deployment with Portugal's largest pay-TV operator - and it is now being utilized to record/playback content on TVs, PCs, tablets, and smartphones!

    CCUR's deal is with ZON Multimedia. CCUR has allowed ZON to enhance its Iris multi-screen service offering with advanced nDVR features! It is being branded as Timewarp and allows consumers to record any live TV program on more than 70 channels and view it up to seven days after airing. Users can record multiple channels simultaneously and playback recorded programs on-demand using any device. This is the world's first service of its kind! CCUR is pioneering nDVR just like it pioneered VOD back in 1999.

    After launching the world's first VOD service in 1999, CCUR rose from $31.25 in April/1999 to a high of $240.63 in January/2000 for a gain of 670% in 9 months and a market cap of $1 billion+. CCUR fell to a low of $40 in December/2000 due to the tech bubble bursting. Over the following 13 months, CCUR bounced by 325% to a high of $170 in January/2002 and again had a market cap of $1 billion+.

    CCUR recently reported its first profitable full fiscal year since 2002 when the stock was $170 per share with an EV/revenue ratio of 12.80. Today, CCUR is only $7.83 per share with an EV/revenue ratio of 0.64. CCUR has stronger fundamentals than the other pay-TV tech vendor pure play Seachange (SEAC), yet SEAC currently has an EV/revenue ratio of 1.66. From 1999-2002, CCUR spent 46 out of 48 months with a higher EV/revenue ratio than SEAC. Today's news will send CCUR soaring very rapidly to SEAC's EV/revenue ratio of 1.66, which will value CCUR at $15.20 per share! CCUR pays a HUGE 6.1% dividend yield!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) on Sunday at IBC 2013 unveiled its breakthrough cloud-based multi-screen Network DVR (nDVR) technology that will soon replace today's DVRs that are in 1/2 of the world's TV households. Early this morning, CCUR became the world's first pay-TV tech vendor to announce a major nDVR deployment! It's a multi-screen nDVR deployment with Portugal's largest pay-TV operator - and it is now being utilized to record/playback content on TVs, PCs, tablets, and smartphones!

    CCUR's deal is with ZON Multimedia. CCUR has allowed ZON to enhance its Iris multi-screen service offering with advanced nDVR features! It is being branded as Timewarp and allows consumers to record any live TV program on more than 70 channels and view it up to seven days after airing. Users can record multiple channels simultaneously and playback recorded programs on-demand using any device. This is the world's first service of its kind! CCUR is pioneering nDVR just like it pioneered VOD back in 1999.

    After launching the world's first VOD service in 1999, CCUR rose from $31.25 in April/1999 to a high of $240.63 in January/2000 for a gain of 670% in 9 months and a market cap of $1 billion+. CCUR fell to a low of $40 in December/2000 due to the tech bubble bursting. Over the following 13 months, CCUR bounced by 325% to a high of $170 in January/2002 and again had a market cap of $1 billion+.

    CCUR recently reported its first profitable full fiscal year since 2002 when the stock was $170 per share with an EV/revenue ratio of 12.80. Today, CCUR is only $7.83 per share with an EV/revenue ratio of 0.64. CCUR has stronger fundamentals than the other pay-TV tech vendor pure play Seachange (SEAC), yet SEAC currently has an EV/revenue ratio of 1.66. From 1999-2002, CCUR spent 46 out of 48 months with a higher EV/revenue ratio than SEAC. Today's news will send CCUR soaring very rapidly to SEAC's EV/revenue ratio of 1.66, which will value CCUR at $15.20 per share! CCUR pays a HUGE 6.1% dividend yield!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) on Sunday at IBC 2013 unveiled its breakthrough cloud-based multi-screen Network DVR (nDVR) technology that will soon replace today's DVRs that are in 1/2 of the world's TV households. Early this morning, CCUR became the world's first pay-TV tech vendor to announce a major nDVR deployment! It's a multi-screen nDVR deployment with Portugal's largest pay-TV operator - and it is now being utilized to record/playback content on TVs, PCs, tablets, and smartphones!

    CCUR's deal is with ZON Multimedia. CCUR has allowed ZON to enhance its Iris multi-screen service offering with advanced nDVR features! It is being branded as Timewarp and allows consumers to record any live TV program on more than 70 channels and view it up to seven days after airing. Users can record multiple channels simultaneously and playback recorded programs on-demand using any device. This is the world's first service of its kind! CCUR is pioneering nDVR just like it pioneered VOD back in 1999.

    After launching the world's first VOD service in 1999, CCUR rose from $31.25 in April/1999 to a high of $240.63 in January/2000 for a gain of 670% in 9 months and a market cap of $1 billion+. CCUR fell to a low of $40 in December/2000 due to the tech bubble bursting. Over the following 13 months, CCUR bounced by 325% to a high of $170 in January/2002 and again had a market cap of $1 billion+.

    CCUR recently reported its first profitable full fiscal year since 2002 when the stock was $170 per share with an EV/revenue ratio of 12.80. Today, CCUR is only $7.83 per share with an EV/revenue ratio of 0.64. CCUR has stronger fundamentals than the other pay-TV tech vendor pure play Seachange (SEAC), yet SEAC currently has an EV/revenue ratio of 1.66. From 1999-2002, CCUR spent 46 out of 48 months with a higher EV/revenue ratio than SEAC. Today's news will send CCUR soaring very rapidly to SEAC's EV/revenue ratio of 1.66, which will value CCUR at $15.20 per share! CCUR pays a HUGE 6.1% dividend yield!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) is about to become the #1 largest percentage gainer in the market next week. This weekend at IBC 2013, CCUR will be unveiling and demonstrating breakthrough new technologies that will revolutionize the pay-TV industry including its long-awaited cloud-based Network DVR solution, its new innovative CDN assisted VOD solution that will revolutionize the cost effectiveness of scaling content libraries, its new MediaHawk software that now allows pay-TV operators to launch OTT video services and compete with Netflix, as well as its dramatically improved Big Data Analytics software that measures subscriber viewing across all screens and devices in real-time. FYI, there are only two other Big Data Analytics stocks: SPLK and DATA - look at their incredible valuations!

    Just yesterday, CCUR was awarded an extremely valuable patent that covers targeted advertising within Electronic Program Guides (EPGs). Pay-TV operators are investing many millions to launch new cloud-based personalized EPGs - and operators who wish to sell targeting EPG advertising will need to license CCUR's patented technology. CCUR's patent application was filed back in 2004 and it look 9 years for approval, which indicates many others were attempting to patent the same technology that CCUR was awarded a patent for! CCUR's unexpected patent win could easily be worth well over $10mm. CCUR deserves to immediately reach new 52-week highs above $8.95.

    CCUR is sitting on a huge $27.93 million cash position with no debt. CCUR has an enterprise value (EV) at $7.91 of only $41.39mm with revenues of $63.44mm and adjusted-EBITDA of $9.04mm. CCUR is extremely undervalued with an EV/revenue ratio of 0.65 and EV/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 4.58. CCUR's main rivals SEAC and HLIT have an average EV/revenue ratio of 1.45, which values CCUR at $13.68. They also have an average EV/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 12.50, which values CCUR at $16.08. CCUR could explode to $13.68-$16.08 next week!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) is about to become the #1 hottest Big Data play on Wall Street. Today is the start of IBC 2013 in Amsterdam and the big buzz word is Big Data. CCUR is the #1 Big Data company serving the pay-TV industry. CCUR's Media Data Intelligence software is already being used to measure the activity of 35 million pay-TV subscribers worldwide and CCUR has already processed 15 billion media transactions.

    Yesterday, CCUR was awarded an extremely valuable patent that covers targeted advertising on Electronic Program Guides (EPGs). As pay-TV operators launch new personalized cloud-based EPGs and begin to roll out targeted EPG advertising, they will be required to license CCUR's technology! This was CCUR's second huge patent win of the past month. CCUR also just won a patent covering demand based caching of video content at the edge of a CDN, a technology that enables innovative new services like cloud-based Network DVR (nDVR).

    This weekend at IBC 2013, CCUR will unveil breakthrough new technologies that will revolutionize the pay-TV industry - including its nDVR solutions, which will make today's DVR boxes obsolete and save the industry billions. CCUR is the company that pioneered video on demand (VOD) in the U.S. and today the VOD industry is booming. CCUR's new CDN assisted VOD technology being unveiled this weekend, will allow pay-TV operators to efficiently and cost-effectively expand their VOD storage capacity from 5k-10k titles to 100k-500k titles, while expanding VOD delivery to the second screen!

    CCUR has an enterprise value (EV) at $7.91 of only $41.39mm with revenues of $63.44mm and adjusted-EBITDA of $9.04mm. CCUR is extremely undervalued with an EV/revenue ratio of 0.65 and EV/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 4.58. CCUR's main rivals SEAC and HLIT have an average EV/revenue ratio of 1.45, which values CCUR at $13.68. They also have an average EV/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 12.50, which values CCUR at $16.08. CCUR could explode to $13.68-$16.08 next week!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) is about to become the #1 hottest Big Data play on Wall Street. Today is the start of IBC 2013 in Amsterdam and the big buzz word is Big Data. CCUR is the #1 Big Data company serving the pay-TV industry. CCUR's Media Data Intelligence software is already being used to measure the activity of 35 million pay-TV subscribers worldwide and CCUR has already processed 15 billion media transactions.

    Yesterday, CCUR was awarded an extremely valuable patent that covers targeted advertising on Electronic Program Guides (EPGs). As pay-TV operators launch new personalized cloud-based EPGs and begin to roll out targeted EPG advertising, they will be required to license CCUR's technology! This was CCUR's second huge patent win of the past month. CCUR also just won a patent covering demand based caching of video content at the edge of a CDN, a technology that enables innovative new services like cloud-based Network DVR (nDVR).

    This weekend at IBC 2013, CCUR will unveil breakthrough new technologies that will revolutionize the pay-TV industry - including its nDVR solutions, which will make today's DVR boxes obsolete and save the industry billions. CCUR is the company that pioneered video on demand (VOD) in the U.S. and today the VOD industry is booming. CCUR's new CDN assisted VOD technology being unveiled this weekend, will allow pay-TV operators to efficiently and cost-effectively expand their VOD storage capacity from 5k-10k titles to 100k-500k titles, while expanding VOD delivery to the second screen!

    CCUR has an enterprise value (EV) at $7.91 of only $41.39mm with revenues of $63.44mm and adjusted-EBITDA of $9.04mm. CCUR is extremely undervalued with an EV/revenue ratio of 0.65 and EV/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 4.58. CCUR's main rivals SEAC and HLIT have an average EV/revenue ratio of 1.45, which values CCUR at $13.68. They also have an average EV/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 12.50, which values CCUR at $16.08. CCUR could explode to $13.68-$16.08 next week!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) this morning was awarded U.S. patent #8,522,268 for Targeted Video Advertising in Electronic Program Guides! The patent defines a process for creating and incorporating personalized streaming video and images into a subscriber’s electronic program guide (EPG) for the purposes of advertisement. The patented process uses consumer viewing and purchasing habits, as well as menu navigation information, to determine which advertisements are most suitable. The mechanism incorporates the selected advertisements into the user interface of the EPG and presents the associated streaming video or still images as an integrated element of the user interface, for example a picture-in-picture window.

    CCUR will EXPLODE from its current price of $7.85 to $15+ next week. Tomorrow is the start of IBC 2013 in Amsterdam, the BIGGEST pay-TV tech vendor expo of the year where CCUR will be unveiling its latest breakthrough video delivery solutions for all screens! CCUR is the global video on demand (VOD) technology market share leader, with clients like Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter, Rogers, Virgin Media, and Bright House. This is CCUR's 2nd HUGE patent win in the past month!

    CCUR just the other day was awarded a patent for demand based caching of video content at the edge of a content delivery network (CDN). CCUR's new CDN assisted VOD solution based on this technology allows pay-TV operators to cost-effectively expand their VOD content libraries from 5k-10k titles to 100k-500k titles! VOD viewership is finally booming in America because VOD now gets counted towards TV ratings and networks are making all of their prime time programming available via free on demand. As pay-TV operators invest many millions to upgrade, CCUR's business is booming with EPS last quarter up 1,200%!

    CCUR's current enterprise value at $7.85 is only $40.87mm or just 4.5X its adjusted-EBITDA of $9.04mm! CCUR's main rival SEAC has an EV/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 12, which values CCUR at $15.56!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) this morning was awarded U.S. patent #8,522,268 for Targeted Video Advertising in Electronic Program Guides! The patent defines a process for creating and incorporating personalized streaming video and images into a subscriber’s electronic program guide (EPG) for the purposes of advertisement. The patented process uses consumer viewing and purchasing habits, as well as menu navigation information, to determine which advertisements are most suitable. The mechanism incorporates the selected advertisements into the user interface of the EPG and presents the associated streaming video or still images as an integrated element of the user interface, for example a picture-in-picture window.

    CCUR will EXPLODE from its current price of $7.85 to $15+ next week. Tomorrow is the start of IBC 2013 in Amsterdam, the BIGGEST pay-TV tech vendor expo of the year where CCUR will be unveiling its latest breakthrough video delivery solutions for all screens! CCUR is the global video on demand (VOD) technology market share leader, with clients like Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter, Rogers, Virgin Media, and Bright House. This is CCUR's 2nd HUGE patent win in the past month!

    CCUR just the other day was awarded a patent for demand based caching of video content at the edge of a content delivery network (CDN). CCUR's new CDN assisted VOD solution based on this technology allows pay-TV operators to cost-effectively expand their VOD content libraries from 5k-10k titles to 100k-500k titles! VOD viewership is finally booming in America because VOD now gets counted towards TV ratings and networks are making all of their prime time programming available via free on demand. As pay-TV operators invest many millions to upgrade, CCUR's business is booming with EPS last quarter up 1,200%!

    CCUR's current enterprise value at $7.85 is only $40.87mm or just 4.5X its adjusted-EBITDA of $9.04mm! CCUR's main rival SEAC has an EV/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 12, which values CCUR at $15.56!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) this morning was awarded U.S. patent #8,522,268 for Targeted Video Advertising in Electronic Program Guides! The patent defines a process for creating and incorporating personalized streaming video and images into a subscriber’s electronic program guide (EPG) for the purposes of advertisement. The patented process uses consumer viewing and purchasing habits, as well as menu navigation information, to determine which advertisements are most suitable. The mechanism incorporates the selected advertisements into the user interface of the EPG and presents the associated streaming video or still images as an integrated element of the user interface, for example a picture-in-picture window.

    CCUR will EXPLODE from its current price of $7.85 to $15+ next week. Tomorrow is the start of IBC 2013 in Amsterdam, the BIGGEST pay-TV tech vendor expo of the year where CCUR will be unveiling its latest breakthrough video delivery solutions for all screens! CCUR is the global video on demand (VOD) technology market share leader, with clients like Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter, Rogers, Virgin Media, and Bright House. This is CCUR's 2nd HUGE patent win in the past month!

    CCUR just the other day was awarded a patent for demand based caching of video content at the edge of a content delivery network (CDN). CCUR's new CDN assisted VOD solution based on this technology allows pay-TV operators to cost-effectively expand their VOD content libraries from 5k-10k titles to 100k-500k titles! VOD viewership is finally booming in America because VOD now gets counted towards TV ratings and networks are making all of their prime time programming available via free on demand. As pay-TV operators invest many millions to upgrade, CCUR's business is booming with EPS last quarter up 1,200%!

    CCUR's current enterprise value at $7.85 is only $40.87mm or just 4.5X its adjusted-EBITDA of $9.04mm! CCUR's main rival SEAC has an EV/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 12, which values CCUR at $15.56!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) released HUGE news yesterday that they are now shipping the new generation of their MediaHawk VX solution, which will now allow its pay-TV operator clients like Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter, Bright House, Virgin Media, Kabel Deutschland, and Rogers - to launch over-the-top (OTT) video services beyond the boundaries of their networks - to compete directly with Netflix (NFLX)! CCUR will be unveiling and demonstrating this breakthrough new technology from Friday through Tuesday at IBC 2013 in Amsterdam!

    IBC 2013 is this year's biggest event for pay-TV tech vendors. CCUR will also be unveiling and demonstrating its long-awaited patented Network DVR solution. CCUR will allow its clients to offer fully featured DVR services through the cloud without the need to manufacture costly DVR boxes. Consumers will benefit from the ability to record many different TV shows simultaneously - with infinite cloud-based storage capacity - and the ability to playback content on any Internet-connected device without a set-top box!

    CCUR already holds the #1 VOD platform market share and #1 Big Data Analytics market share in the pay-TV industry. VOD popularity is booming in America now that VOD counts towards TV ratings. Networks are making all of their programming available via free on demand and CCUR's profits are soaring from its clients upgrading their VOD systems to support much larger content libraries. CCUR's Big Data Analytics technology is being used to extract VOD viewership data from set-top boxes for the TV ratings companies.

    CCUR is only $7.85 per share and has $3.19 per share in cash and no debt. CCUR has Non-GAAP Operating Income of $0.77 per share and Adjusted-EBITDA of $1.02 per share. CCUR's two VOD rivals SEAC and HLIT trade with an average EV/Non-GAAP Operating Income ratio of 17.79, which values CCUR at $16.88 per share. SEAC and HLIT also trade with an average EV/Adjusted-EBITDA Ratio of 12.59, which values CCUR at $16.17 per share!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) just released HUGE news that their MediaHawk VX unified content delivery solution has a new generation of software now shipping that will allow CCUR's pay-TV operator clients like Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter, Bright House, Virgin Media, Kabel Deutschland, and Rogers - to launch over-the-top (OTT) video services beyond the boundaries of their networks - to compete directly with Netflix (NFLX)! CCUR's new MediaHawk technology allows pay-TV operators to stream video to every connected device OTT services can reach while also supporting delivery to classic televisions through the set-top boxes already present inside consumers’ homes.

    CCUR is only $7.76 per share with $3.19 per share in cash, GAAP EPS of $0.48, non-GAAP operating income of $0.77 per share, and adjusted-EBITDA of $1.02 per share! CCUR currently has an insanely low enterprise value/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of only 4.48! NFLX has an enterprise value of $16.6 billion with projected full year adjusted-EBITDA of $308 million for an enterprise value/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 53.90!

    CCUR is the pay-TV industry's market share leader of both video on demand (VOD) technology and Big Data Analytics technology. CCUR just reported its first profitable fiscal year since they pioneered VOD back in 2002. VOD is now rapidly catching on in the U.S. with networks beginning to make all of their primetime programming available via free on demand. Pay-TV operators desperately need to upgrade their VOD storage capacity and CCUR's new CDN assisted VOD platform allows them to cost-effectively expand their VOD content libraries from just 5k-10k titles to between 100k and 500k titles. CCUR has now been profitable 6 straight quarters with EPS last quarter up 1,200% year-over-year. CCUR could easily rise to $10-$15 next week!

    CCUR recently increased its dividend 100% to $0.48 per share for an industry leading yield of 6.2%. To receive CCUR's latest HUGE quarterly cash dividend you MUST own CCUR at today's close!

  • The most undervalued and oversold stock in the market today is Concurrent (CCUR) and it could rapidly rise 125% within the next 20 days. Numerous articles were just published by the media in recent days about how video on demand (VOD) services are now finally in demand in America. Over the past year, VOD has gone from a wasteland of old titles nobody wants to watch - to America's most popular entertainment destination choice. VOD is now available in 60% of U.S. households up from 37% in 2008.

    Networks and advertisers are finally starting to take a liking to VOD, now that it can be tracked by Nielsen for viewership. VOD viewing of TV shows now count in the ratings as long as the VOD viewing carries the same national commercials as the live episode and is watched by the viewer within three days of the original telecast.

    CCUR is the world's leading VOD tech vendor with a reach of 50 million homes! CCUR's MediaHawk VX is used by Time Warner Cable, Cox, and countless others to deliver VOD services. In addition, CCUR is Wall Street's biggest undiscovered Big Data Analytics play. It is CCUR's Media Data Intelligence solution that extracts the viewership data of billions of VOD transactions from pay-TV set-top boxes.

    CCUR has the #1 market share of both VOD delivery and VOD data. CCUR's 4Q GAAP EPS was up 1,200% to $0.26 and CCUR reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48. The #2 VOD delivery market share leader Seachange (SEAC) also reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48, but SEAC's EPS is non-GAAP income from operations excluding amortization and share-based compensation.

    CCUR earned 2013 operating income of $5 million and had a total of $1.744 million in amortization and share-based compensation - for non-GAAP EPS of $6.744 million or $0.77 per share. SEAC is now $11.54 or 22.63X its latest trailing non-GAAP EPS of $0.51. CCUR's comparable non-GAAP EPS of $0.77 with a P/E of 22.63 values CCUR at $17.43, up 125% from its current share price of $7.76!

  • The most undervalued and oversold stock in the market today is Concurrent (CCUR) and it could rapidly rise 125% within the next 20 days. Numerous articles were just published by the media in recent days about how video on demand (VOD) services are now finally in demand in America. Over the past year, VOD has gone from a wasteland of old titles nobody wants to watch - to America's most popular entertainment destination choice. VOD is now available in 60% of U.S. households up from 37% in 2008.

    Networks and advertisers are finally starting to take a liking to VOD, now that it can be tracked by Nielsen for viewership. VOD viewing of TV shows now count in the ratings as long as the VOD viewing carries the same national commercials as the live episode and is watched by the viewer within three days of the original telecast.

    CCUR is the world's leading VOD tech vendor with a reach of 50 million homes! CCUR's MediaHawk VX is used by Time Warner Cable, Cox, and countless others to deliver VOD services. In addition, CCUR is Wall Street's biggest undiscovered Big Data Analytics play. It is CCUR's Media Data Intelligence solution that extracts the viewership data of billions of VOD transactions from pay-TV set-top boxes.

    CCUR has the #1 market share of both VOD delivery and VOD data. CCUR's 4Q GAAP EPS was up 1,200% to $0.26 and CCUR reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48. The #2 VOD delivery market share leader Seachange (SEAC) also reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48, but SEAC's EPS is non-GAAP income from operations excluding amortization and share-based compensation.

    CCUR earned 2013 operating income of $5 million and had a total of $1.744 million in amortization and share-based compensation - for non-GAAP EPS of $6.744 million or $0.77 per share. SEAC is now $11.54 or 22.63X its latest trailing non-GAAP EPS of $0.51. CCUR's comparable non-GAAP EPS of $0.77 with a P/E of 22.63 values CCUR at $17.43, up 125% from its current share price of $7.76!

  • The most undervalued and oversold stock in the market today is Concurrent (CCUR) and it could rapidly rise 125% within the next 20 days. Numerous articles were just published by the media in recent days about how video on demand (VOD) services are now finally in demand in America. Over the past year, VOD has gone from a wasteland of old titles nobody wants to watch - to America's most popular entertainment destination choice. VOD is now available in 60% of U.S. households up from 37% in 2008.

    Networks and advertisers are finally starting to take a liking to VOD, now that it can be tracked by Nielsen for viewership. VOD viewing of TV shows now count in the ratings as long as the VOD viewing carries the same national commercials as the live episode and is watched by the viewer within three days of the original telecast.

    CCUR is the world's leading VOD tech vendor with a reach of 50 million homes! CCUR's MediaHawk VX is used by Time Warner Cable, Cox, and countless others to deliver VOD services. In addition, CCUR is Wall Street's biggest undiscovered Big Data Analytics play. It is CCUR's Media Data Intelligence solution that extracts the viewership data of billions of VOD transactions from pay-TV set-top boxes.

    CCUR has the #1 market share of both VOD delivery and VOD data. CCUR's 4Q GAAP EPS was up 1,200% to $0.26 and CCUR reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48. The #2 VOD delivery market share leader Seachange (SEAC) also reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48, but SEAC's EPS is non-GAAP income from operations excluding amortization and share-based compensation.

    CCUR earned 2013 operating income of $5 million and had a total of $1.744 million in amortization and share-based compensation - for non-GAAP EPS of $6.744 million or $0.77 per share. SEAC is now $11.54 or 22.63X its latest trailing non-GAAP EPS of $0.51. CCUR's comparable non-GAAP EPS of $0.77 with a P/E of 22.63 values CCUR at $17.43, up 125% from its current share price of $7.76!

  • The most undervalued and oversold stock in the market today is Concurrent (CCUR) and it could rapidly rise 125% within the next 20 days. Numerous articles were just published by the media in recent days about how video on demand (VOD) services are now finally in demand in America. Over the past year, VOD has gone from a wasteland of old titles nobody wants to watch - to America's most popular entertainment destination choice. VOD is now available in 60% of U.S. households up from 37% in 2008.

    Networks and advertisers are finally starting to take a liking to VOD, now that it can be tracked by Nielsen for viewership. VOD viewing of TV shows now count in the ratings as long as the VOD viewing carries the same national commercials as the live episode and is watched by the viewer within three days of the original telecast.

    CCUR is the world's leading VOD tech vendor with a reach of 50 million homes! CCUR's MediaHawk VX is used by Time Warner Cable, Cox, and countless others to deliver VOD services. In addition, CCUR is Wall Street's biggest undiscovered Big Data Analytics play. It is CCUR's Media Data Intelligence solution that extracts the viewership data of billions of VOD transactions from pay-TV set-top boxes.

    CCUR has the #1 market share of both VOD delivery and VOD data. CCUR's 4Q GAAP EPS was up 1,200% to $0.26 and CCUR reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48. The #2 VOD delivery market share leader Seachange (SEAC) also reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48, but SEAC's EPS is non-GAAP income from operations excluding amortization and share-based compensation.

    CCUR earned 2013 operating income of $5 million and had a total of $1.744 million in amortization and share-based compensation - for non-GAAP EPS of $6.744 million or $0.77 per share. SEAC is now $11.54 or 22.63X its latest trailing non-GAAP EPS of $0.51. CCUR's comparable non-GAAP EPS of $0.77 with a P/E of 22.63 values CCUR at $17.43, up 125% from its current share price of $7.76!

  • The most undervalued and oversold stock in the market today is Concurrent (CCUR) and it could triple within the next 20 days. Numerous articles were just published by the media in recent days about how video on demand (VOD) services are now finally in demand in America. Over the past year, VOD has gone from a wasteland of old titles nobody wants to watch - to America's most popular entertainment destination choice. VOD is now available in 60% of U.S. households up from 37% in 2008.

    Networks and advertisers are finally starting to take a liking to VOD, now that it can be tracked by Nielsen for viewership. VOD viewing of TV shows now count in the ratings as long as the VOD viewing carries the same national commercials as the live episode and is watched by the viewer within three days of the original telecast.

    CCUR is the world's leading VOD tech vendor with a reach of 50 million homes! CCUR's MediaHawk VX is used by Time Warner Cable, Cox, and countless others to deliver VOD services. In addition, CCUR is Wall Street's biggest undiscovered Big Data Analytics play. It is CCUR's Media Data Intelligence solution that extracts the viewership data of billions of VOD transactions from pay-TV set-top boxes.

    CCUR has the #1 market share of both VOD delivery and VOD data. CCUR's 4Q GAAP EPS was up 1,200% to $0.26 and CCUR reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48. The #2 VOD delivery market share leader Seachange (SEAC) also reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48, but SEAC's EPS is non-GAAP income from operations excluding depreciation, amortization, and share-based compensation.

    CCUR earned 2013 operating income of $5 million and had a total of $4.04 million in depreciation, amortization, and share-based compensation - for non-GAAP income from operations of $9.04 million or $1.02 per share. SEAC is now $11.54 or 22.63X its latest trailing non-GAAP EPS of $0.51. CCUR's comparable non-GAAP EPS of $1.02 with a P/E of 22.63 values CCUR at $23.08, triple its current share price!

  • Envivio (ENVI) is up 29% today to $3.60 after reporting stronger than expected 2Q results. ENVI is now trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.38 despite the company just reporting its 6th consecutive quarterly net loss. Concurrent (CCUR) is an extremely similar multi-screen video delivery company with many of the same clients as ENVI, but CCUR just reported its 6th consecutive quarterly net profit - and CCUR is currently trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.64! CCUR deserves a higher multiple than ENVI and will quickly rise to ENVI's enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.38, which will value CCUR at $13.77 up 75% from its current price of $7.86!

    CCUR will file its 10-K any day now, and CCUR will report record annual free cash flow of approximately $6.212 million. ENVI currently has negative free cash flow of approximately ($20 million). CCUR's EPS has been ramping up on a quarter-to-quarter basis from $0.02, to $0.04, to $0.08, to $0.11, and to $0.26. CCUR's EPS last quarter was up 1,200% year-over-year! CCUR just doubled its annual dividend to $0.48 per share for an industry leading yield of 6.1%! If you own CCUR at the close of trading on Wednesday Sept 11th you will receive a $0.12 per share cash dividend.

    CCUR from Sept 13th-17th will be publicly demonstrating for the first time ever its PATENTED breakthrough cloud-based Network DVR solution that will allow its pay-TV operator clients to provide DVR services over the cloud without giving their customers DVR boxes. Consumers will be able to record unlimited TV shows simultaneously with infinite storage space and have the ability to playback recorded DVR content on any tablet, smartphone, Smart TV, or other Internet connected device! CCUR will reach double digits next week!

    CCUR is the company that pioneered the video on demand (VOD) technology we all use today, but nobody is aware of the stock - even though CCUR's VOD technology is now in 50 MILLION homes globally!

  • Envivio (ENVI) is up 29% today to $3.60 after reporting 2Q net loss of ($2.479 million), for a 42% year-over-year net loss reduction. ENVI is now trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.38 despite six straight quarterly net losses. ENVI's competitor in the multi-screen video delivery space is Concurrent (CCUR) and they just reported a fiscal 4Q net profit of $2.313 million up over 1,000% year-over-year, which was CCUR's 6th straight quarterly profit!

    CCUR's 10-K will be filed any day now and will show positive full year free cash flow of over $6.2 million vs. ENVI's negative free cash flow of ($20 million). CCUR is the biggest steal in the market and at its current price of $7.86 has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.64!

    ENVI's enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.38 will value CCUR at $13.77 per share! CCUR's fundamentals are much stronger than ENVI across the board and CCUR definitely deserves a higher multiple than ENVI. Both companies are extremely similar to each other. Time Warner Cable (TWC) is using the multi-screen video technology of both companies. Both ENVI and CCUR will be unveiling major new pay-TV technology breakthroughs Sept 13-17 at IBC 2013.

    CCUR's new cloud-based Network DVR technology being unveiled at IBC 2013 next week will allow pay-TV subscribers to record more TV shows at once, while having more overall storage space, and the ability to playback content on any Internet-connected device! Investors are going to load up with CCUR next week, sending it soaring into double digits. CCUR shareholders at the close of trading on Wednesday Sept 11th will receive a huge $0.12 per share cash dividend. CCUR recently doubled its dividend and is now paying a yield of 6.1% the highest in the industry!

  • Wall Street hottest stock is currently Envivio (ENVI), which gained 6.5% on Tuesday, 6% on Wednesday and 29% afterhours on Wednesday after reporting fiscal 2Q 2014 revenues of $11.548 million and a net loss of ($2.48 million) or ($0.09) per share. Compared to fiscal 2Q 2013, ENVI grew revenues by 7% while reducing its net loss by 42%. ENVI has 27.6mm shares outstanding and finished afterhours trading at $3.60 with a market cap of $99.36mm. After subtracting ENVI's cash position of $52.563mm, ENVI has an enterprise value at $3.60 of $46.797mm. With trailing 12 mo revenues of $33.934mm, ENVI has an enterprise value/revenue ratio at $3.60 of 1.38.

    ENVI's multi-screen video delivery business is receiving huge orders from two Tier 1 U.S. pay-TV operators, one of them being Time Warner Cable (TWC). However, despite ENVI rising 49% during the past week, it has now posted 6 straight quarterly net losses. If you are looking for the next stock in this tech space to rise 49% within a week - look at Concurrent (CCUR), which just reported their 6th straight quarterly net profit. Over the past 5 quarters, CCUR has grown its EPS from $0.02, to $0.04, to $0.08, to $0.11, and to $0.26.

    CCUR will file its 10-K any day now and just like ENVI, CCUR will report huge order increases from two Tier 1 U.S. pay-TV operator clients, one of them being TWC - who is using the technology of both ENVI and CCUR for multi-screen video delivery. CCUR's 10-K will likely show record annual free cash flow of over $6.2mm vs. ENVI's latest trailing free cash flow of negative ($20mm). CCUR is the biggest gem on Wall Street and at its current price of $7.86, CCUR has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.64!

    To match ENVI's multiple of 1.38, CCUR needs to rise 68% to $13.19 per share, which could happen very quickly! If you own CCUR at the close of trading on Wednesday of next week you will receive a huge $0.12 per share cash dividend payment! CCUR just doubled its dividend and pays a 6.1% yield!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) only $7.74 and just declared a HUGE $0.12 per share cash dividend. You need to own CCUR by the close of trading on Wednesday September 11th to receive it. CCUR is currently trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.63 and an enterprise value/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of only 4.60! CCUR holds the #1 largest VOD market share! The #2 market share leader Seachange (SEAC) trades with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.40, which would value CCUR at $13.34 per share. SEAC also trades with an enterprise value/adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 16, which would value CCUR at $19! CCUR's dividend yield is now 6.2%! CCUR's quarterly EPS has grown over the past 5 quarters from $0.02, to $0.04, to $0.08, to $0.11, and to $0.28!

    CCUR's close competitor Envivio (ENVI) soared $0.16 yesterday to $2.64 and now trades with a higher enterprise value/revenue ratio of 0.69, when ENVI has a trailing net loss of ($19.44 million) with revenues last quarter down 44.4% vs. CCUR reporting a fiscal 2013 net profit of $4.248 million with growing revenues! CCUR clearly deserves a higher ratio, and even just an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 0.80 values CCUR at a new 52-week high of $9!

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