Dallas, Texas 12/11/2013 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – JDS Uniphase Corp (NASDAQ:JDSU) is an S&P 500 index tracked communication equipment manufacturer which has been struggling to hold on to the confidence of its investor community. In the past one year the stock has shed close to 1.2 percent and these losses further increase when tracked in the short term of past quarter where it has managed to lose close to 18.3 percent.
Doing The Rounds Of Investment Conferences
In order to arrest the trend of losing out more of its share market valuation JDS Uniphase Corp (NASDAQ:JDSU) executives have been making the rounds to investment conferences in order to shore up the sagging morale of its investors. One such event was participation of JDS Uniphase Corp (NASDAQ:JDSU) Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Rex Jackson at the Credit Suisse Technology facilitated Conference Call on December 4.
Generating New Revenue Streams
JDS Uniphase Corp (NASDAQ:JDSU) has also been attempting to also tie up new revenue streams by entering into partnerships with additional telecom service providers. One such latest arrangement was with Canadian player Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. In the last week of November it was reported that Manitoba’s telecommunication giant MTS had chosen JDS Uniphase Corp (NASDAQ:JDSU) provided “ariesoGEO™” platform to augment its “HSPA and LTE” networks.
JDS Uniphase Corp (NASDAQ:JDSU) provided platform is expected to help integrate 3G services and LTE Geolocaiton services provided by MTS across Canada. “Increased operational efficiency and improved network performance” are the key benefits which are being ascribed to the new platform which is being provided by JDS Uniphase Corp (NASDAQ:JDSU).
This $1.9 billion annual revenue company has three broad business segments. These are the optical components business which contributes close to 80% revenue for the company by selling its products to the likes of Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) and Alcatel Lucent SA (ADR) (NYSE:ALU). The reminder two units are the “network and service enablement business” and the “OSP business”.