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Secondo me ha spazio.
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si spazio ne avrebbe,,,
ha fatto una buona trimestrale,,,12 cents per azione,,,
l'avevo persa di vista,,,,,:D:D:D

Market Cap (intraday): 96.85M
Enterprise Value (23-Nov-04)³: 47.95M
Trailing P/E (ttm, intraday): 18.03
Forward P/E (fye 31-Dec-05)¹: 16.89
PEG Ratio (5 yr expected)¹: N/A
Price/Sales (ttm): 0.78
Price/Book (mrq): 1.56
Enterprise Value/Revenue (ttm)³: 0.46
Enterprise Value/EBITDA (ttm)³: 3.54
 
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PacNet's Net Income Doubles in Third Quarter 2004
Wednesday November 3, 5:01 pm ET


SINGAPORE, Nov. 3 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Internet Limited or PacNet (Nasdaq: PCNTF - News), the largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider by geographic reach in the Asia Pacific region, today reported a 98.2% net income improvement for the quarter that ended September 30, 2004, marking this its 11th consecutive quarter of profitability. Net income increased to US$1.6 million (or 12 cents per diluted share) compared to US$0.8 million (or 6 cents per diluted share) in third quarter 2003.
Ms Low Sin Leng, PacNet's Chairman said, "Our net income of US$3.5 million for the first three quarters this year, has already exceeded the full-year 2003 net income of US$2.9 million. This achievement was driven by stronger growth in the corporate business segment and regional operations, as well as improved operational efficiencies. Worthy of note is our Australian subsidiary, which has further strengthened its position as our second largest contributor, after Singapore."

Third Quarter 2004 Financial Results

Table 1: Summary of Quarterly Financial Results

Group (in US$ millions) 3Q 2004 3Q 2003 2Q 2004
Revenues 25.0 25.4 25.5
Operating Costs and Expenses 22.9 24.3 23.5
Operating Income 2.1 1.1 2.0
Net Income 1.6 0.8 1.5
Stock-Based Compensation Cost (0.3) - (0.1)
Net Income before Stock-Based
Compensation Cost 1.3 0.8 1.4


Table 2: Summary of Year-to-Date Financial Results

Group (in US$ millions) Nine months ended Sep 30
2004 2003

Revenues 75.5 73.3
Total Operating Expenses 70.6 71.3
Operating Income 4.9 2.0
Net Income 3.5 0.9
Net Income before Stock-Based
Compensation Cost and
Other Non-Cash Charges 4.0 2.2


Table 3: Subscriber Statistics

Consumer
Corporate Leased Corporate Corporate Broadband Grand
Country Broadband lines Dial Up Hosting Total & Dial Up Total

Singapore 5,700 560 6,670 560 13,490 149,560 163,050
Hong Kong 10,560 210 51,500 1,510 63,780 26,770 90,550
Australia 7,030 120 410 10,830 18,390 43,360 61,750
Philippines 150 180 500 30 860 120,610 121,470
Malaysia - 30 10 30 70 - 70
Thailand 330 340 240 120 1,030 25,830 26,860
India - 90 140 70 300 980 1,280
Total
(as at
Sep 2004) 23,770 1,530 59,470 13,150 97,920 367,110 465,030
Total
(as at
Sep 2003) 16,300 1,440 58,200 10,640 86,580 345,530 432,110

Note: All numbers rounded to the nearest 10.


Revenues

Revenues in the third quarter of 2004 were US$25.0 million, a decrease of US$0.4 million from a year ago. This was due to lower contributions from the consumer segment, which was partially offset by the growth in the corporate business segment, the company's primary focus segment.

Broadband revenues grew to US$12.1 million, up 16.4% over the same quarter last year. Of this, corporate broadband contributed US$7.6 million or 63.1% of total broadband revenues, an increase of 22.3% over last year. The upward growth trend in broadband is expected to continue with the rapid penetration of broadband access across the region, particularly in the Small-and-Medium Business segment where the company is focusing on.

The Leased line sector registered a growth in subscriber base. However, competitive pricing pressures resulted in lower revenues of US$3.1 million compared with $3.3 million a year ago.

Value-added services revenue continue to grow in the quarter contributing US$2.8 million compared to US$2.6 million a year ago, a 9.6% growth. This growth was largely from additional Internet storage demand in Australia; and anti-virus and anti-spam services in Singapore.

Net Income

Net income in the third quarter was US$1.6 million (12 cents per diluted share), a 98.2% improvement over a year ago. The first nine-month's net income of US$3.5 million was significantly higher than that of US$0.9 million last year due to improved performance from unconsolidated affiliates and better operational efficiencies. The results had also exceeded the 2003 full-year net income of US$2.9 million.

Specifically, the unconsolidated affiliates in India and Thailand improved on their year-to-date net income as compared to last year. Thailand continued its profitability trend since the first quarter of this year while India achieved two quarters of positive cash flow.

Operating Costs and Expenses

Gross margin improved to 55.8% from 54.1% a year ago due to more efficient management of telecommunications cost of sales.

Year-on-year, staff costs for the third quarter of 2004 increased marginally by 0.8%, mainly due to annual revision in salaries. As a percentage of total revenues, sales-and-marketing expenses were maintained at 4%. Other general-and-administrative expenses were lower by 15.7% compared to the same quarter in 2003 due to more efficient management of backend office processes.

Cash Flow and Cash Balance

Cash generated from operating activities was US$4.2 million during the third quarter. Of this, US$1.4 million was utilized primarily for acquisition of fixed assets. Another US$56,000 was used for financing activities, mainly for repayments of capital lease obligations and bank borrowings. Net cash surplus was US$2.7 million, amounting to total cash balance of US$34.0 million as at 30 September 2004.

Other Third Quarter Highlights
* Commercialization of corporate voice service as scheduled in Singapore.
The new service has been rolled out to the corporate customer base.
* Launch of a new enterprise managed e-mail security service in Hong Kong.
* Partnership with Asian-based science park operator, Ascendas, to provide
business communications services to its tenants in Singapore and across
Asia.
* Establishment of a new Point-of-Presence (PoP) in Chennai in India to
enhance current corporate proposition to service the growing number of
Asian regional enterprises with Indian offices.
* Recognition by the Service Providers' Association (SPAN) in Australia
for "Providing Leadership in Industry Growth" during the 2004
Telecommunications Achievement Awards.


PacNet's President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Tan Tong Hai, said, "This quarter, we have already achieved the target to outperform our 2003 full-year results. It is also our 11th consecutive quarter of profitability, demonstrating the strong support of our customers and partners."

"Moving ahead, we will continue to focus on the corporate business segment and partnerships to accelerate revenue growth. We expect the corporate business segment to be our primary growth engine, outpacing contributions from the consumer business. We will manage this transition to ensure overall revenue growth for 2004," added Mr. Tan.

Preview of Fourth Quarter Initiatives

The company has already achieved its target of exceeding its net income for 2003. In the fourth quarter, PacNet will be embarking on the following growth initiatives:

* Launch security services together with its broadband offering to help
customers manage online security risks associated with "always-on"
connectivity. These services include secured e-mail, firewall and
intrusion detection for domestic businesses. The company will also be
leveraging its Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS)-enabled regional
network to provide secured networks for regional enterprises.

* Implement wireless backhauls to further reduce its cost of sales. PacNet
is also conducting wireless broadband trials as an alternative to
traditional broadband access.
 
Vendute due terzi....portare a casa;)

ciao
 
x me questa è una vera e propria bomba........

pronta x volare......... :censored: :censored: :censored: :censored: :censored: :censored:

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E' una bomba anche come fondamentali e prospettive....secondo me qui e' solo questione di tempo,quando parte si puo andare tranquillamente al raddoppio :D :D :D P.S. io sto accumulando pian pianino :)
 
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