Cyberlux Corporation (OTC Pink: CYBL) is proof that excellent companies with game-changing technology and a well-planned mission to increase shareholder value can and do come in small packages. But, by small, that only refers to its roughly $0.02 share price. In every other respect, this Advanced Technology Platform is anything but small. And for 2022, they have established a timeline to reach several near-term milestones that could drive its share price back to 52-week highs sooner than later. That puts a more than 250% increase into its well-targeted crosshairs.
Keep in mind, too, that Cyberlux is much better positioned today than when they scored that $0.07 share price. Thus, as is often the case in the micro-cap markets, selling pressure caused by broader market declines may have exposed an opportunity to catch Cyberlux at values too good to ignore. So, why ignore it?
Instead, the better play may be to take advantage of a value proposition that aligns investors with CYBL’s mission to provide industry-leading technology solutions to U.S. government agencies, commercial markets, and international customers. And with an asset portfolio pushing diversified next-gen technology like unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), advanced lighting solutions, renewable energy, infrastructure technology, and Software-as-a-Service solutions, beyond the revenue-generating potential for CYBL at its most opportune time ever, it’s met by a client base whose demand is also reaching record-setting levels.
When those two things combine, excellent things generally follow.
Diverse Business Divisions Expand Opportunity
And, better still, not only is “excellence” in the cards for Cyberlux and its investors, it’s well deserved. That makes a difference as well. After all, high expectations are a dime a dozen. Actions are what create value. And with CYLB positioning itself to drive shareholder value higher through four divisions: FlightEye UAS Solutions, Advanced Lighting Solutions, Infrastructure Technology, and Infrastructure Software Solutions, Cyberlux investors should take comfort in knowing that this company is definitely in the right markets at the right time. So, what’s in Play? Put simply, a lot.
Cyberlux’s FlightEye UAS Solutions division targets the $27 billion global market with a military-grade hardware and software guidance system platform. The more excellent news is that it’s different from what competitors can offer. In fact, CYBL’s platform may be the best at providing mission-critical capabilities relating to drones and other unmanned aircraft systems, inclusive of enhanced infrared night vision, thermal sensors, eye-in-the-sky monitoring, and LiDAR mapping and perception. Additionally, the Q3 2021 acquisition of CTMC Drone Solutions, LLC will allow Cyberlux to rapidly expand revenue-generating opportunities through this division. There’s more to like.
Its Advanced Lighting Solutions division can also be a 2022 game-changer. This division leverages the strength of Cyberlux’s patented LED lighting systems, which are used by government agencies such as the U.S. Air Force, National Guard, Special Operations Command, the U.S. Army, and the Defense Logistics Agency. Again, CYBL is pushing cutting-edge technology.
Its BrightEye and WhiteEye systems, for instance, provide a state-of-the-art design using advanced, portable, battery-powered LED lighting systems ideal for special operation actions such as tactical deployments, remote maintenance, and emergency & disaster recovery programs. Additionally, Cyberlux offers the NightEye Shelter Lighting System (NSLS), which delivers energy-efficient lighting for semi-permanent shelters. The market for advanced lighting solutions is estimated at $1.8 billion. Even better, it comes with a built-in demand level that is expected to keep Cyberlux revenues a staple to its growth in this niche market. There are two more massive market opportunities already in play for CYBL.
Cyberlux’s Infrastructure Technology Solutions division is dedicated to providing industry-leading products and services relating to infrastructure hardware, renewable energy, telecommunications technology, and project implementation. The infrastructure technology market is valued at $56 billion worldwide, and Cyberlux has done its part to capitalize on and maximize its developing market opportunities by acquiring multiple companies to provide its specialized client base cutting edge solutions needed to accelerate their own missions in a market expected to explode in size over the next decade.
Finally, Cyberlux’s Infrastructure Software Solutions (SaaS) division is taking aim at revenue-generating opportunities that could make this micro-cap name a big-time industry player. Better yet, it combines well with the numerous services offered through its FlightEye UAS Solutions division, including UAS guidance system software, UAS service support software, and software applications for telecommunications and data analytics. Thus, revenues could benefit from a multiple.
And, keep in mind, Software as a Service technology is getting to Main Street, experiencing a surge in popularity by its inherent ability to provide easy use by customers and consistent revenues for providers, with nearly all enterprise software companies understanding the necessity of including SaaS technology and strategies to strengthen segmented market positions. By the way, between SaaS and the other client-focused applications targeted by this division, Cyberlux is looking to earn its share of a $221 billion global market. If all goes according to plan, it can be a big piece.
The most impressive thing about Cyberlux is that while a company its size would do well by maximizing value from just one similar division, CYBL has four. In addition, its impressive portfolio of products and services target markets posting record-high client demand. And the best news of all is that Cyberlux isn’t slowing down. Instead, they expect to accelerate growth company-wide through an aggressive acquisition and joint ventures strategy to drive revenues to record-setting levels this year. They have laid the groundwork to deliver on that intention.
2021 Brought Record Gains
In fact, 2021 was a transformative year, largely attributed to implementing a business strategy they’ve dubbed the Operation Alpha Growth Plan. This plan had three top priorities:
Drive growth through aggressive acquisition and development strategies.
Address core target markets with its newest technologies.
Gain immediate business velocity by accelerating its IP development and projects in South America.
The Operation Alpha Growth Plan was a huge success, with Q3 and Q4 of 2021 being one of the best runs in company history. Q3/2021 saw the acquisition of CTMC Drone Solutions, LLC, which became the foundation of one of its newest business divisions, FlightEye UAS Drone Solutions. With a focus on manufacturing and other services related to drones, this division opened up a massive opportunity to further its development and sales of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to government and commercial markets.
Also, in Q3 of 2021, Cyberlux completed its acquisition of the FBD Group SHPK, a global telecommunications, infrastructure, software & service provider, and innovator in next-gen technologies such as 5G. FBD Group, headquartered in Tirana, Albania, is one of the region’s leading suppliers of fiber optic broadband infrastructure. The acquisition adds more value than its entire market cap shows. Still, while the disconnect is exposed now, expect it to close quickly, especially with the combined team’s experienced software developers understanding how to build secure enterprise-level software solutions to meet the stringent needs of government and large-scale commercial clients. Additionally, FBD Group’s experience with 5G technologies will help Cyberlux provide cutting-edge service to the agencies that depend on it.
Best of all, while Q3 was transformative, Cyberlux continued to build upon its operational momentum throughout the rest of the year, with many of its most significant developments happening in December. The standout performance was in revenues, which nearly doubled on a consecutive basis from Q3 over Q4, surging from $2.25 million to $5.1 million. Not only is this the best quarterly revenue posted by the company in its history, but it shattered its full-year revenue guidance by $2.5 million, a 200% increase from its June forecast.
There was more than a surge in revenue. Cyberlux made one of its most significant acquisitions ever at the end of 2021 by acquiring Kreatx SHPK, an experienced developer of SaaS and end-user applications. The acquisition, which was a substantial addition to its Infrastructure Software Solutions business division, will support Cyberlux in offering end-to-end SaaS solutions to governments and commercial clients worldwide. The Kreatx acquisition will also form the foundation of its new Cyberlux Digital Software Platform, one of its core growth strategies for 2022 that focuses on expansion in North America, South America, and Europe.
Finally, one of Cyberlux’s most valuable developments came during Q4 2021 when it achieved its 2021 Strategic Intellectual Property (IP) objectives, supporting its broader mission to transform its latest acquisitions into shareholder value. That’s happening, proven out by each of Cyberlux’s business divisions experiencing substantial growth throughout 2021. Revenue creation, the lifeblood of any company, proves that point. Best of all, judging by the company’s ambitious plans for 2022 and beyond, Cyberlux is just getting started.
Cyberlux Valuation Too Big To Ignore
Thus, at current prices, Cyberlux is simply too good to ignore. And remember, CYBL enters 2022 with a revenue-generating tailwind after posting two of its most excellent quarters ever in Q3 and 4 of 2021. Not only that, while CYBL was well-positioned for growth then, they are even better positioned today to tap into the intrinsic value from its acquisitions of CTMC Drone Solutions, LLC and Kreatx, which immediately opened the door to potentially massive opportunities by leveraging its experienced teams and innovative products.
Moreover, considering its impressive growth throughout 2021, CYBL’s current share prices may present a compelling investment opportunity as it continues to ride its wave of expansion. Following several acquisitions that introduced a range of industry-leading products and team members, Cyberlux is fulfilling its mission of becoming a high-growth advanced technology platform company. Also, its acquisition-focused strategy allows for solid revenue growth while minimizing risk and shortening development cycles.
Perhaps the most attractive thing about Cyberlux is that by taking great care to find synergistic products and businesses to add to their portfolio, they are building on a brand to meet the critical crossroads of the markets they serve by offering all-encompassing, best-in-class solutions. Now, with their four divisions targeting a combined $300 billion opportunity, gaining traction in any of their respective industries could deliver potentially massive revenues in the near and long term.
So, for investors that prefer to invest in companies focused on creating value through scale, product mix, and operational efficiency, considering Cyberlux is a wise move. And with CYBL announcing its intent to uplist to a more senior NASDAQ market in the coming quarters, doing so quickly should be part of the process.
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