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Cogent’s Stock Pops as It Finally Returns to Corporate Customer Growth in Q3

Matthew Dolgin Equity Analyst

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Cogent had a strong third quarter, with the underlying business performing much better than the mildly disappointing headline financial numbers would imply. The most important thing, in our view, is that the firm grew its corporate customer base for the first time since the pandemic began in the first quarter of 2020. We had expected this to occur, but we think the market has been fearful of a continual decline in that business due to a work-from-home culture. The firm’s netcentric business remained strong but suffered from unfavorable currency exchange rates. In all, nothing in the quarter made us change our forecast or our $65 fair value estimate.

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Cogent carries over one fifth of the world's Internet traffic over its network and is an Internet service provider for businesses. Cogent's corporate customers are in high-rise office buildings, and the firm provides them with two types of connections: dedicated internet access, which connects them to the internet, and virtual private networking, which offers an internal network for employees in different locations. Cogent's corporate customers are exclusively in North America and account for over half of the firm's revenue. Cogent's netcentric customers include Internet service providers and content providers, to which Cogent provides internet transit. They hand traffic to Cogent in data centers and rely on Cogent to deliver it. About half of netcentric revenue is from outside the U.S.

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2450 N Street North West
Washington, DC, 20037
Industry Telecom Services
Employees 1,041

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CCOI’s market cap is 2.72 Bil.
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CCOI’s stock style is Small Core.
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