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Optical Cable's Customers Performance

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OCC's Source of Revenues Optical Cable's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 3.7 % in the 2 quarter 2021 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 7.08 %, for the same period Optical Cable Corp recorded revenue increase by 14.63 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -0.68 %.

List of OCC Customers




Optical Cable's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 3.7 % in the 2 quarter 2021 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 7.08 %, for the same period Optical Cable Corp recorded revenue increase by 14.63 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -0.68 %.

List of OCC Customers


   
Customers Net Income grew in Q2 by Customers Net margin grew to
8.09 %



Optical Cable's Customers, Q2 2021 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      27.33 %
Customers in Aerospace & Defense Industry      13.86 %
Customers in Construction Services Industry      38.46 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      34.87 %
Customers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      43.37 %
Customers in Conglomerates Industry      7.37 %
Customers in Appliance & Tool Industry      25.92 %
Customers in Audio & Video Equipment Industry      5096.81 %
Customers in Auto & Truck Parts Industry      92.21 %
Customers in Furniture & Fixtures Industry      50.23 %
Customers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      68.4 %
Customers in Legacy Industry  
Customers in Renewable Energy Services & Equipment Industry  
Customers in Consumer Financial Services Industry      345.78 %
Customers in Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals Industry     
Customers in Broadcasting Media & Cable TV Industry      28.67 %
Customers in Educational Services Industry      22.71 %
Customers in Casinos & Gaming Industry      615.29 %
Customers in Communications Services Industry      5.54 %
Customers in Professional Services Industry      41.55 %
Customers in Print Media & Newspaper Publishing Industry -66.63 %   
Customers in Communications Equipment Industry      25.52 %
Customers in Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry      11.35 %
Customers in Semiconductors Industry      7.77 %
Customers in Software & Programming Industry      163.84 %
Customers in Automotive Aftermarket Industry      25.12 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Optical Cable's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



Our products are sold to major distributors, regional distributors, various specialty and smaller distributors, original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers, and, in certain cases, end-users. Generally, our products are purchased from our customers by contractors, system integrators and end-users.

Our products are sold to major distributors, regional distributors, various specialty and smaller distributors, original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers, and, in certain cases, end-users. Generally, our products are purchased from our customers by contractors, system integrators and end-users.

The following is a partial list of representative types of end-users of our fiber optic and copper connectivity and cable products:


Commercial Institutions. Businesses located in offices, retail space, and medical facilities, to name a few, are installing or improving networks to distribute increasing volumes of data. These businesses often use high performance local area networks (“LANs”) or datacenters.


Government Agencies. Government agencies tend to have large buildings or complexes, many people, and the need to access and process large quantities of data. Like commercial institutions, these routinely include high performance LANs or datacenters. Security also may be desired, making our cabling and connectivity solutions a logical choice.


Industrial and Manufacturing Facilities. Industrial and manufacturing facilities typically have a more severe environment (often with heavy electrical equipment) than other types of businesses. Our fiber optic cable and connectivity products in these environments offer ruggedness, immunity to electrical noise, high information carrying capacity and greater distance capability. Such facilities also have need for our copper cabling and connectivity products. Our products are installed in automotive assembly plants, steel plants, chemical and drug facilities, petrochemical facilities and petroleum refineries, mines and other similar environments.


Cable Assembly Houses. Cable assembly houses typically manufacture cable assemblies, which are short lengths of cable pre-terminated with connectors. Supporting virtually all segments of the market, these manufacturers consume large quantities of cables and connectivity products. Products sold to customers in this market sometimes may be privately labeled.


Military. Our core fiber optic cable technologies enable us to develop and efficiently produce fiber optic cables for military tactical applications that survive extreme mechanical and environmental conditions. We are certified by the United States Department of Defense (“U.S. DoD”) as a qualified supplier of ground tactical fiber optic cable. Both our Roanoke and Dallas manufacturing facilities have also been certified by the U.S. DoD as MIL-STD-790F facilities, one of the most respected certifications in the defense industry. We also supply the U.S. DoD with tactical fiber optic cable assemblies, which we sell as fiber optic cables connectorized with qualified military connectors on military reels and reel stands ready for deployment.


Educational Institutions. Colleges, universities, high schools and grade schools are installing and improving their networks for higher data transmission speeds, as well as using data communications solutions to support interactive learning systems.


Wireless Carriers. We design and manufacture various specialty fiber optic and hybrid (fiber and copper) cables for FTTA applications such as cell phone tower build-outs and upgrades.


Original Equipment Manufacturers. We private label a number of our copper connectivity products for other major manufacturers of copper connectivity, including major competitors.

Our extensive technology base and versatile manufacturing processes enable us to respond to diverse customer needs.


Optical Cable's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Our products are sold to major distributors, regional distributors, various specialty and smaller distributors, original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers, and, in certain cases, end-users. Generally, our products are purchased from our customers by contractors, system integrators and end-users.

Our products are sold to major distributors, regional distributors, various specialty and smaller distributors, original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers, and, in certain cases, end-users. Generally, our products are purchased from our customers by contractors, system integrators and end-users.

The following is a partial list of representative types of end-users of our fiber optic and copper connectivity and cable products:


Commercial Institutions. Businesses located in offices, retail space, and medical facilities, to name a few, are installing or improving networks to distribute increasing volumes of data. These businesses often use high performance local area networks (“LANs”) or datacenters.


Government Agencies. Government agencies tend to have large buildings or complexes, many people, and the need to access and process large quantities of data. Like commercial institutions, these routinely include high performance LANs or datacenters. Security also may be desired, making our cabling and connectivity solutions a logical choice.


Industrial and Manufacturing Facilities. Industrial and manufacturing facilities typically have a more severe environment (often with heavy electrical equipment) than other types of businesses. Our fiber optic cable and connectivity products in these environments offer ruggedness, immunity to electrical noise, high information carrying capacity and greater distance capability. Such facilities also have need for our copper cabling and connectivity products. Our products are installed in automotive assembly plants, steel plants, chemical and drug facilities, petrochemical facilities and petroleum refineries, mines and other similar environments.


Cable Assembly Houses. Cable assembly houses typically manufacture cable assemblies, which are short lengths of cable pre-terminated with connectors. Supporting virtually all segments of the market, these manufacturers consume large quantities of cables and connectivity products. Products sold to customers in this market sometimes may be privately labeled.


Military. Our core fiber optic cable technologies enable us to develop and efficiently produce fiber optic cables for military tactical applications that survive extreme mechanical and environmental conditions. We are certified by the United States Department of Defense (“U.S. DoD”) as a qualified supplier of ground tactical fiber optic cable. Both our Roanoke and Dallas manufacturing facilities have also been certified by the U.S. DoD as MIL-STD-790F facilities, one of the most respected certifications in the defense industry. We also supply the U.S. DoD with tactical fiber optic cable assemblies, which we sell as fiber optic cables connectorized with qualified military connectors on military reels and reel stands ready for deployment.


Educational Institutions. Colleges, universities, high schools and grade schools are installing and improving their networks for higher data transmission speeds, as well as using data communications solutions to support interactive learning systems.


Wireless Carriers. We design and manufacture various specialty fiber optic and hybrid (fiber and copper) cables for FTTA applications such as cell phone tower build-outs and upgrades.


Original Equipment Manufacturers. We private label a number of our copper connectivity products for other major manufacturers of copper connectivity, including major competitors.

Our extensive technology base and versatile manufacturing processes enable us to respond to diverse customer needs.








OCC's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Optical Cable Corp 31 57 6 342
Atlantic Power Corporation 270 581 51 0
At and t Inc 184,810 176,015 -531 0
Lumen Technologies inc 13,668 20,245 -942 0
Citizens Communications, Co. 0 0 0 0
Time Warner Inc. 91,303 50,198 3,691 34,000
Verizon Communications Inc 220,138 128,621 20,670 0
Viacom Inc 9,785 12,890 1,672 0
Walt Disney Co 311,274 61,390 161 180,000
United Breweries Co Inc 5,938 2,697 157 0
Gannett Co Inc 825 3,009 -734 31,250
Comcast corporation 251,381 108,991 12,390 0
Sanmina Corporation 2,626 6,988 264 43,854
SOLECTRON CORPORATION 0 0 0 0
Jabil Inc 9,587 29,176 592 161,000
TRIBUNE COMPANY 0 0 0 0
Meredith Corporation 2,741 2,977 291 3,500
Crane Co 5,654 3,091 350 0
Genuine Parts Co 19,659 17,852 814 39,000
Dana Corporation 0 0 0 0
MAYTAG CORPORATION 0 0 0 0
Whirlpool Corp 13,046 21,771 1,919 100,000
Windstream Holdings Inc 15 4,895 -567 13,434
Time Warner Cable Inc. 0 38,663 1,954 0
Leggett and Platt Inc 6,594 4,810 408 19,000
Rockwell Collins Inc 23,427 8,665 1,032 19,500
Northrop Grumman Corp 65,071 37,603 4,548 64,300
Lockheed Martin Corporation 104,013 66,814 7,142 113,000
L3 Technologies, Inc. 269 10,573 1,041 48,000
Honeywell International Inc 154,636 33,959 5,055 131,000
General Dynamics Corporation 58,918 38,521 3,281 99,500
Boeing Co 126,930 61,658 -8,899 168,400
International Game Technology Plc 0 3,115 -839 4,400
Sentinelone Inc 7,864 24,063 -564 31,000
Illinois Tool Works Inc 71,558 14,002 2,670 49,000
Equillium Inc 175 0 -34 0
News Corporation 14,065 9,358 389 0
Flir Systems Inc 7,603 1,940 236 2,741
DELPHI CORPORATION 0 0 0 0
First Data Corp 30,771 9,569 1,213 0
Frontier Communications Parent Inc 0 0 85 0
General Electric Co 103,850 76,742 -2,488 305,000
Emerson Electric Co 58,706 17,847 2,383 103,500
Eaton Corporation Plc 65,537 19,272 1,888 102,000
Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. 11,828 3,562 814 2,100
The E w Scripps Company 1,423 2,174 314 2,100
Cablevision Systems Corp 0 6,232 466 13,656
Beam Therapeutics Inc 5,908 0 -408 0
Ncr Corp 5,806 6,441 -144 30,200
SAIC, Inc. 0 0 0 0
Fox Corporation 25,959 12,303 1,062 20,500
Science applications International corporation 5,326 6,458 274 13,000
Leidos Holdings Inc 14,613 13,257 735 19,000
Graham Holdings Co 2,854 3,018 544 0
Air Industries Group 39 57 2 379
Astronics Corporation 421 447 -49 2,000
Aerovironment Inc 2,286 486 20 663
Cpi Aerostructures Inc 33 88 -1 281
Heico Corporation 19,368 1,743 294 3,500
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions inc 2,899 808 83 3,600
Ducommun Incorporated 596 626 31 3,150
Lmi Aerospace Inc 185 340 -42 1,970
National Presto Industries Inc 589 368 44 1,043
Orbital Atk, Inc. 7,801 4,991 345 12,300
Sigma Labs Inc 38 1 -6 4
Ies Holdings Inc 1,025 1,346 58 3,106
Goldfield Corp 172 185 8 418
Lime Energy Co. 0 0 0 161
Level 3 Parent Llc 0 7,938 798 12,500
Sifco Industries Inc 49 104 7 465
Transdigm Group Incorporated 37,960 4,478 728 8,200
Trans-pacific Aerospace Company, Inc. 0 0 -2 7
Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. 34 24 -2 107
Arotech Corp 80 91 -1 523
Everi Holdings Inc 2,427 543 57 900
Stoneridge inc 579 751 30 4,100
Koss Corporation 266 20 0 54
Invensense Inc 0 249 4 0
Knowles Corporation 1,904 878 114 12,000
Genasys Inc 182 46 9 0
Skullcandy, Inc. 0 0 0 300
Be Aerospace Inc 6,705 3,484 366 10,057
Applied Biosciences Corp. 0 1 -1 1
Empire Global Gaming Inc 13 0 0 1
Gaming Partners International Corp 111 80 3 704
Anixter International Inc 3,386 8,809 260 8,700
Bel Fuse Inc 26 490 22 0
Benchmark Electronics Inc 931 2,067 18 10,500
Capstone Companies Inc 64 3 -2 7
Colorstars Group 25 1 0 6
Ceetop Inc. 0 0 0 24
Cyalume Technologies Holdings, Inc. 24 43 2 462
Directview Holdings Inc 0 3 -6 9
Energy Focus Inc 13 14 -5 122
Graybar Electric Company Inc 0 7,862 191 8,300
Lighting Science Group Corp 0 45 -23 52
Lsi Industries Inc 223 316 6 1,292
Orion Energy Systems Inc 128 141 31 165
Revolution Lighting Technologies, Inc. 2 136 -58 235
Tarsier Ltd. 0 0 0 1
Wesco International Inc 0 0 0 0
Addvantage Technologies Group Inc 28 55 -24 178
Handy & Harman Ltd. 402 602 41 3,400
Barnes Group Inc 2,162 1,181 77 5,036
Cemtrex Inc 19 39 -1 577
Highway Holdings Ltd 17 9 0 260
Quanex Building Products Corporation 708 978 55 4,138
Park Ohio Industries Inc 277 1,410 11 600
Proto Labs Inc 1,996 452 41 1,700
Rada Electronic Industries Ltd 416 44 -2 93
Techprecision Corporation 67 16 2 102
Qsam Biosciences Inc 0 0 -11 6
Duo World Inc 11 0 -1 100
Inspired Entertainment Inc 308 196 -76 0
Internap Corp 2 292 -138 503
Cirrus Logic Inc 4,861 1,404 216 1,596
Cts Corporation 1,057 495 39 322
Dsp Group Inc 530 126 -5 328
Iec Electronics Corp 169 189 4 565
Kimball Electronics Inc 748 1,292 57 5,700
Osi Systems inc 1,790 1,147 74 0
Plexus Corp 2,775 3,439 143 16,000
Sigmatron International Inc 43 303 11 2,993
Smtc Corporation 170 386 -1 1,171
Sparton Corp. 182 379 -8 1,531
Ttm Technologies Inc 1,471 2,131 11 29,000
Viavi Solutions Inc 3,747 1,199 46 3,500
Ntt Docomo Inc 0 40,793 4,429 26,374
Fabrinet 3,730 1,879 148 10,579
Iteris inc 239 123 0 0
Shoretel Inc 456 333 -9 1,158
Transakt Ltd. 4 0 0 2
Ag&e Holdings Inc. 0 3 -1 76
Galaxy Gaming Inc 90 14 1 0
SUBTOTAL 2,235,476 1,293,017 72,869 2,196,892


       
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