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Optical Cable's Customers Performance

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OCC's Source of Revenues Optical Cable's Customers have recorded a growth in their cost of revenue by 53.98 % in the 3 quarter 2018 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 25.64 %, for the same period Optical Cable Corp recorded revenue increase by 17.82 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -12.3 %.

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Optical Cable's Customers have recorded a growth in their cost of revenue by 53.98 % in the 3 quarter 2018 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 25.64 %, for the same period Optical Cable Corp recorded revenue increase by 17.82 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -12.3 %.

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Customers Net Income fell in Q3 by Customers Net margin fell to %
-78.97 % 1.78 %



Optical Cable's Customers, Q3 2018 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      14.57 %
Customers in Aerospace & Defense Industry      9.38 %
Customers in Construction Services Industry      16.75 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      5.14 %
Customers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry -0.78 %   
Customers in Conglomerates Industry -7.47 %   
Customers in Appliance & Tool Industry      10.21 %
Customers in Audio & Video Equipment Industry      4.26 %
Customers in Auto & Truck Parts Industry      2.59 %
Customers in Furniture & Fixtures Industry -20.09 %   
Customers in Recreational Products Industry -7.1 %   
Customers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      6.75 %
Customers in Renewable Energy Services & Equipment Industry  
Customers in Consumer Financial Services Industry -51.35 %   
Customers in Broadcasting Media & Cable TV Industry      6.74 %
Customers in Educational Services Industry      2.67 %
Customers in Communications Services Industry      10.39 %
Customers in Professional Services Industry -22.94 %   
Customers in Communications Equipment Industry      8.24 %
Customers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry      20.41 %
Customers in Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry      6.7 %
Customers in Semiconductors Industry      9.68 %
Customers in Software & Programming Industry    
Customers in Electric Utilities Industry -39.78 %   
Customers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry -4.37 %   
Customers in Automotive Aftermarket Industry      15.31 %
     
• 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.





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OCC's vs. Customers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Optical Cable Corp OCC 44 88 1 342
Atlantic Power Corp AT 282 312 -28 0
General Electric Company GE 87,315 119,739 -32,984 305,000
At&t Inc. T 227,833 170,756 19,953 242,000
Centurylink, Inc CTL 14,294 22,988 1,796 45,000
Citizens Communications, Co. CZN 0 0 0 0
Quintiles Ims Holdings, Inc. Q 22,662 5,315 -227 0
Time Warner Inc. TWX 78,226 31,532 5,463 34,000
Verizon Communications Inc VZ 232,573 130,863 16,039 183,400
Viacom Inc. VIA 13,953 12,960 1,540 9,900
Walt Disney Co DIS 171,321 59,434 13,066 180,000
United Breweries Co Inc CCU 0 0 148,108 0
Gannett Co., Inc. GCI 1,294 3,020 16 31,250
Comcast Corp CMCSA 173,388 94,507 11,862 139,000
Sanmina Corporation SANM 2,306 7,553 97 43,854
SOLECTRON CORPORATION SLR 0 0 0 0
Jabil Inc JBL 4,688 23,016 148 161,000
TRIBUNE COMPANY TRB 0 0 0 0
Meredith Corporation MDP 2,550 2,247 66 3,500
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY EK 0 0 0 0
Centex Corporation CTX 0 0 0 0
Crane Co CR 5,199 3,220 218 11,300
Genuine Parts Co GPC 16,205 18,338 732 39,000
Dana Corporation DCN 0 0 0 0
MAYTAG CORPORATION MYG 0 0 0 0
Whirlpool Corp WHR 6,969 21,953 -589 100,000
Windstream Holdings, Inc. WIN 41 5,817 -2,010 13,434
Time Warner Cable Inc. TWC 0 0 0 0
Leggett & Platt Inc LEG 6,145 4,115 287 19,000
Fortune Brands, Inc. FO 0 0 0 0
Rockwell Collins Inc COL 23,427 8,665 1,032 19,500
Northrop Grumman Corp NOC 49,651 30,095 3,229 64,300
Lockheed Martin Corp LMT 87,066 53,762 5,046 113,000
L3 Technologies, Inc. LLL 16,830 8,999 1,088 48,000
Honeywell International Inc. HON 113,936 -18,055 6,828 131,000
GOODRICH CORPORATION GR 0 0 0 0
General Dynamics Corporation GD 50,373 36,890 3,217 99,500
Boeing Co BA 249,240 95,798 9,222 168,400
International Game Technology IGT 0 0 0 4,400
Sprint Corp S 26,425 33,242 324 31,000
Cbs Corporation CBS 19,248 14,514 1,960 17,310
Illinois Tool Works Inc ITW 47,542 14,768 2,563 49,000
Washington Post Co WPO 0 0 0 0
Directv DTV 0 0 0 32,150
Equillium, Inc. EQ 67 0 520 0
NEWS CORPORATION NWSA 0 0 0 0
Flir Systems Inc FLIR 7,332 1,822 134 2,741
DELPHI CORPORATION DPHI 0 0 0 0
First Data Corp FDC 24,357 10,249 1,986 0
Frontier Communications Corp FTR 267 8,704 -1,453 17,400
Emerson Electric Co EMR 42,566 17,739 2,297 103,500
Eaton Corp Plc ETN 34,769 21,430 2,153 102,000
Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. SNI 11,828 3,562 814 2,100
E.w. Scripps Co SSP 1,643 1,046 3 2,100
Discovery, Inc. DISCA 20,677 8,414 -776 6,800
Cablevision Systems Corp CVC 0 0 0 13,656
Beam Inc. BEAM 0 0 0 0
Ncr Corp NCR 4,228 6,386 -82 30,200
SAIC, Inc. SAI 0 0 0 0
Twenty-first Century Fox, Inc. FOXA 94,542 31,037 14,184 20,500
Science Applications International Corporation SAIC 3,274 4,595 197 13,000
Leidos Holdings, Inc. LDOS 9,488 10,194 582 19,000
Graham Holdings Co GHC 3,597 2,683 429 14,500
Harris Corp HRS 19,748 6,442 856 22,300
Air Industries Group AIRI 33 38 -21 379
Astronics Corp ATRO 987 709 18 2,000
Aerovironment Inc AVAV 1,994 304 51 663
Cpi Aerostructures Inc CVU 62 83 15 281
Heico Corporation HEI 10,139 1,595 240 3,500
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. KTOS 1,878 656 -30 3,600
Ducommun Inc DCO 487 607 18 3,150
Lmi Aerospace Inc LMIA 185 340 -42 1,970
National Presto Industries Inc NPK 843 353 45 1,043
Orbital Atk, Inc. OA 7,801 4,991 345 12,300
Sigma Labs, Inc. SGLB 19 0 -5 4
Ies Holdings, Inc. IESC 398 922 23 3,106
Goldfield Corp GV 65 130 8 418
Lime Energy Co. LIME 0 0 0 161
Level 3 Parent, Llc LVLT 0 8,154 461 12,500
Sifco Industries Inc SIF 15 110 -6 465
Transdigm Group Inc TDG 24,543 3,956 838 8,200
Trans-pacific Aerospace Company, Inc. TPAC 1 0 -4 7
Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. EGT 34 24 -2 107
Arotech Corporation ARTX 92 102 6 523
Everi Holdings Inc. EVRI 577 598 -17 900
Stoneridge Inc SRI 804 863 61 4,100
Koss Corp KOSS 14 23 0 54
Invensense Inc INVN 0 0 0 0
Knowles Corp KN 1,532 827 68 12,000
Lrad Corp LRAD 89 29 -1 44
Skullcandy, Inc. SKUL 0 0 0 300
Be Aerospace Inc BEAV 0 0 0 10,057
Applied Biosciences Corp. FRRX 0 0 -4 1
Empire Global Gaming, Inc. EPGG 1 0 0 1
Gaming Partners International Corp GPIC 104 87 4 704
Anixter International Inc AXE 2,123 8,295 115 8,700
Bel Fuse Inc BELFA 45 525 -4 7,971
Benchmark Electronics Inc BHE 1,302 2,589 -81 10,500
Capstone Companies, Inc. CAPC 9 18 0 7
Colorstars Group CSTU 25 0 0 6
Ceetop Inc. CTOP 0 0 0 24
Cyalume Technologies Holdings, Inc. CYLU 24 43 2 462
Directview Holdings Inc DIRV 1 3 -12 9
Energy Focus, Inc EFOI 14 20 -8 122
Graybar Electric Co Inc GRAYB 0 7,027 111 8,300
Led Lighting Co LEDL 0 0 0 1
Lighting Science Group Corp LSCG 2 45 -23 52
Lsi Industries Inc LYTS 85 336 -16 1,292
Bionovate Technologies Corp. MJPI 0 0 0 1
Orion Energy Systems, Inc. OESX 28 58 -7 165
Revolution Lighting Technologies, Inc. RVLT 11 129 -59 235
Tarsier Ltd. TAER 0 0 0 1
Wesco International Inc. WCC 2,663 8,162 190 9,300
Addvantage Technologies Group Inc AEY 14 46 -8 178
Bravo Multinational Inc. GHDC 0 0 -1 4
Handy & Harman Ltd. HNH 370 957 9 3,400
Barnes Group Inc B 3,198 1,485 68 5,036
Cemtrex Inc CETX 10 75 -12 577
Highway Holdings Ltd HIHO 11 19 2 260
Quanex Building Products Corporation NX 601 890 26 4,138
Park Ohio Industries Inc PKOH 428 1,618 48 600
Proto Labs Inc PRLB 3,045 427 72 1,700
Rada Electronic Industries Ltd RADA 88 26 2 93
Techprecision Corp TPCS 32 17 0 102
Q2earth Inc. APGR 0 0 -3 6
Duo World Inc DUUO 52 1 -5 100
Inspired Entertainment, Inc. INSE 143 141 -21 760
Internap Corp INAP 126 309 -50 503
Cirrus Logic Inc CRUS 2,394 1,248 96 1,596
Cts Corp CTS 1,043 461 15 322
Dsp Group Inc DSPG 305 123 -2 328
Iec Electronics Corp IEC 89 131 2 565
Kimball Electronics, Inc. KE 424 1,110 29 5,700
Osi Systems Inc OSIS 1,649 1,124 36 6,087
Plexus Corp PLXS 1,933 2,962 134 16,000
Sigmatron International Inc SGMA 13 282 -6 2,993
Smtc Corp SMTX 102 174 0 1,171
Sparton Corp. SPA 181 389 7 1,531
Ttm Technologies Inc TTMI 1,517 2,803 143 29,000
Viavi Solutions Inc. VIAV 3,027 1,059 -40 3,500
Ntt Docomo Inc DCM 103,378 40,075 3,639 26,374
Fabrinet FN 2,125 1,458 103 10,579
Iteris, Inc. ITI 153 98 -8 0
Shoretel Inc SHOR 1,531 366 -5 1,158
Transakt Ltd. TAKD 5 0 0 2
Ag&e Holdings Inc. AGNU 0 2 -1 76
SUBTOTAL 2,216,381 1,263,296 246,448 2,962,120


     
       
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