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The Company offers a complete solution for deploying infinera digital optical networks.
I paid real money at $9.21/share on 7/31/14
infinera has all the right things going for it....new technology that is way ahead of the crowd and good corporate leadership.....I am surprised that the market place is so slow to recognize the pluses.....just look at invn.....what a run up with their technology advancements ....I am just wondering when InFn will see the stock price valuation that recognizes their product in the market place.
2014-02 UpdateInfinera presents a strong case with its "only me" (not "me too"!) integrated Photonic ICs and vertical integration. It's not the technology I am worried about, but the appreciation that the price/ROI conscious customer will have for it -- that, and the high employee compensation.
They are ahead on capacity right now but it's better being ahead of the game so that when there is a demand, they will always have a leg up on competition. Could be 70/share in three years or less.
Monkey has been climbing this tree for over six years now, the idea being that as humans become more and more voraciously addicted to their gizmos and gadgets, the need for better data pipes and plumbing will increase exponentially. And INFN makes the best interwebs information pipes and plumbing solutions in the business, with a sweet razor and blade model that has tremendous margin potential down the road after the initial foundation of razors is sold far and wide. So as far as potential goes, this company has stupid large amounts of it. The downside is that the best technology doesn't always win in the IT infrastructure space due to pricing power wars and issues of size and scale––Infinera is a little guy––so patience and proper allocation considerations are required. Still, a little amount wagered on the right underdog can be just the Banana Hot Fudge Sunday you're looking for.
This is a contractor for a high speed internet roadway system that many companies would speed up their data speeds with. Simply the next generation cisco, with contracts starting to build. The next quarter earnings report with shed light upon with foreseeable growth.
If Infinera gets that contract with Google, I would think this stock would become a 30+-bagger. Why? They are good at Fiber and Google is evaluating whether or not they should have them deploy their goal of nationwide fiber connectivity -- Infinera would be a wise choice. Anyone have a better choice?! Let's hear it because if they don't choose Infinera, they will choose someone else.
Rising internet cosumption requires faster data speeds, which INFN provides to operators. HOLD for 3 years and check companies financials, and their progress in improving internet speeds.
Has all the right stuff to keep data moving. Processes internet activity quicker with lower power demands
Infinera develops switching technology to make fiber optic networks faster, cheaper, and easier to set up.
Q4 2013 impresses. Huge gap up on open. Clear sailing ahead.
They are on the verge of landing a Tier 1 telecom. They have disruptive technology that performs. The sky's the limit.
Just another pullback to take advantage of.
Like the technology and finally seems to be at a price that has found the bottom and some upward momentum.
INFN has several big potential catalysts coming in 2014-2015. The 100G market is expanding by all reports and they have some trials going with some big players like Verizon. This could be a very good stock over the next two years.
Maybe this will be the year the telcos finally decide to go 100 GiB
INFN continues to grow. Another solid quarter. Hopefully a few more large Tier 1 customers are soon to be announced(Verizon). IMO a great time to get in on what should be a great company to own for a long time
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