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Micro-Cap Tech Reporter: Datacenter Stocks
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Some of them had never heard of datacenter stocks before reading our report. Others had miscalculated the potential of datacenter stocks. Now, however, they are taking part in what might become the greatest investment opportunity of the 21st century.
If you haven’t heard about the global datacenter program until now, don’t be alarmed. This trend is far from finished.
Datacenters are essential to the Internet. None of the big technology companies could exist without them, including Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG), Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL).
Without Google’s datacenters, we wouldn’t have “Google Search,” “Analytics,” “AdWords,” “YouTube,” or “Gmail.” I don’t know about you, but those features are woven into my life.
Or what about social media? Statistics show that one in four people on the planet has a Facebook account. Most people never think about where that data is stored. To them, the Internet is an invisible web that covers the Earth. It isn’t.
All the pictures, videos, and messages you post on Facebook are stored on a hard drive somewhere. They are stockpiled in Facebook datacenters housed around the world, waiting for you to access them again.
You click a button, it sends a command through your Internet provider’s cables, reaches a datacenter, then returns to your smartphone. That is how the Internet works.
But Here’s the Problem…
Datacenters aren’t cheap. Even worse, there are too few of them. The Internet expands with every added article, image, or video, meaning there is more data in need of a home. Where do we store it?
Google, Amazon, and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) are spending billions to fix this problem. To be fair, they aren’t doing it out of the goodness of their hearts. There is a lot of untapped profit in datacenters.
For instance, Google’s datacenter empire is one of the reasons its stock price tripled during the last five years. It is so lucrative that Apple cut its ties with Amazon’s cloud vendor to spend $4.0 billion on its very own Apple datacenters. It wants a piece of the pie, too.
But we’re still left with the problem at hand: the Internet is growing too quickly.
We have identified a company that seems to have the answer. It is a small microchip company that can change how datacenters are made. This one stock is so revolutionary that investors might be able to retire on it.
It developed a breakthrough microchip that could make the Internet 50 times faster, thus taking Facebook, Google, and Amazon to the next level.
As a technology junkie, I can tell you, these groundbreaking innovations don’t come along every day. They have the power to create enormous fortunes, but they are fleeting.
The Breakthrough “Magic” Microchip
The microchip I’m referring to was made by the “dream team” of researchers from the University of Colorado, University of California, Berkeley, and MIT.
They banded together to win the MIT Clean Energy Prize, all because their chip uses 95% less energy than traditional microchips. This gives big datacenter companies a strong incentive to license their technology—they are desperate for cost-saving measures! (Source: “Optical-chips team sweeps Clean Energy Prize,” MIT News, May 13, 2015.)
Better still, these new microchips are unbelievably fast. They use optical connections that can transmit data at 2.5 gigabits per second. By contrast, traditional silicon microchips transmit data at 1.6 gigabits per second.
This would be enough of a reason to switch from traditional microchips, but there’s more. The new “photonic” microchips don’t have one optical line, they have 11.
A little math shows that this means the new chips can transmit 27.5 gigabits per second, or, to put it another way, up to 50 times faster than traditional microchips!
“Using light instead of electricity can drop energy usage by about 95% in chip-to-chip communications,” said Alex Wright, one of the researchers involved in the breakthrough. “We’re replacing electricity with light and, with it, we’re ushering in a new era of energy efficiency.” (Source: Ibid.)
I believe this innovation is coming at the right time. Datacenter infrastructure spending is shooting through the roof, up from $321.0 million in 2011 to approximately $1.8 billion in 2016.
That is a 472% growth in five years—and it is just the tip of the iceberg.
This little microchip stock is poised to conquer a $61.3-billion industry. Even if it grabs just 10% of that pie, it’ll be sitting on an additional $6.13 billion in sales.
But there’s a catch, right? There’s always a catch.
If that’s what you’re thinking, I totally understand. Too many companies hoodwink investors with a product that is impossible to build. They show up with a fancy prototype, but no plan for mass production.
But this one is not one of those cautionary tales. There are no hidden costs to revamp the existing factories, no extra spending to boost manufacturing, no short-term losses to be swept under the rug.
This company can scale to volume production at a moment’s notice. It is a “plug and play” technology that won’t disrupt the output of existing foundries. It doesn’t require a complete overhaul or anything like that.
We have compiled a special report that goes into further detail. It is titled How to Get Rich from the Chip That Will Make the Internet 50X Faster. In the report, investors will find everything they need to know about this little gem of a company.
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