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To: FUBHO who wrote (8)1/30/2017 12:40:55 PM
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Made the Death Cross a couple trading days back.

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From: JakeStraw2/2/2017 9:47:58 AM
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Acacia Communications Inc.was raised to Overweight from Equal Weight with an $80 price target at Morgan Stanley.

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From: JakeStraw2/23/2017 4:20:43 PM
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Acacia Communications Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2016 Results
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To: JakeStraw who wrote (11)2/23/2017 4:26:08 PM
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Acacia Communications, Inc. (ACIA) After Hours Trading
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From: FUBHO2/24/2017 6:19:17 AM
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As noted in our earnings press release in the first quarter of 2017, we expect total revenue to be between $108 million and $114 million representing year-over-year growth of 28% to 35%. We expect non-GAAP net income to be in the range of $27 million to $30 million representing year-over-year growth of 85% to 106% and non-GAAP diluted earnings in the range of $0.63 to $0.70 per share based on anticipated 42.3 million diluted shares outstanding compared to non-GAAP diluted earnings of $0.44 per share in the first quarter of 2016 based on 33.3 million diluted share outstanding.

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From: JakeStraw2/24/2017 11:01:49 AM
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Acacia Plummets On Weak Guidance, But Analysts Rise To Defend
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From: FUBHO3/21/2017 3:59:14 AM
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Adva targets new data center interconnection opportunities with 600G wavelength technology

by Sean Buckley |
Mar 20, 2017 8:28am
Stephan Rettenberger, SVP of marketing and investor relations for ADVA Optical Networking, told FierceTelecom that the latest version builds upon its previous 200G capabilities. Adva is working closely with Acacia on the digital signal processing (DSP) front.

“Acacia is introducing a new generation of technology will give us 600 Gbps on a single wavelength,” Rettenberger said. “We believe that is the very best use of the technology that money can buy and we will be the early adopters of that technology.”

Rettenberger added that these new technologies will help raise the bar in the DCI market segment.

“I think this is the new industry benchmark and it’s the Acacia piece that makes the difference in this solution,” Rettenberger said. “It’s an interesting footprint for those who care about maximum spectral efficiency, highest possible throughput, and lowest power consumption and that’s the hero box where everyone is trying to make noise.”


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From: FUBHO5/9/2017 4:54:21 PM
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Down $7 in after market. Hit $38.5 at the low.

Revenue of $114.7 million up 36% and GAAP net income up 145% year-over-year

MAYNARD, Mass., May 09, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Acacia Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: ACIA), a leading provider of high-speed coherent optical interconnect products, today reported financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2017.

"We are pleased that our first quarter results came in stronger than we expected at the start of the quarter driven by demand for our CFP and flex-400G products around the world," said Raj Shanmugaraj, President and Chief Executive Officer of Acacia Communications. "During the quarter, we made good progress on ramping production of our CFP2-ACO and CFP2-DCO modules with our contract manufacturers and we continue to see strong customer interest for these products. We believe that our continued innovation with products like our CFP2-DCO will further advance our technology leadership position and contribute to our growth in the second half of 2017 and beyond."

"We believe that our strong balance sheet, which shows a significant cash position and no debt, provides us with the financial flexibility to continue to invest in product development to further strengthen our competitive position and enable us to bring products to those markets that require a rapid pace of innovation, like the DCI market," said John Gavin, Chief Financial Officer of Acacia Communications. "For example, we recently announced our next generation Pico DSP ASIC which, when combined with our ball grid array PIC, will support transmission speeds of up to 1.2 Tbps with two carriers of 600 Gbps each. Pico will power our AC1200 module and is focused on DCI applications."

Results for the First Quarter of 2017

Revenue of $114.7 million, increased 36% year-over-yearGAAP gross margin of 49.1%; non-GAAP gross margin* of 49.5%GAAP income from operations of $29.9 million; non-GAAP income from operations* of $34.5 millionGAAP net income of $35.7 million; non-GAAP net income* of $32.0 millionEBITDA* of $32.7 million; adjusted EBITDA* of $37.4 millionGAAP diluted EPS of $0.86; non-GAAP diluted EPS* of $0.77


Outlook for the Second Quarter of 2017

The following statements are based on current expectations. These statements are forward-looking and actual results may differ materially, as a result of, among other things, the important factors discussed at the end of this press release. Acacia Communications disclaims any obligation to update these forward-looking statements.

Acacia Communications' guidance for its second quarter ending June 30, 2017 is:

Quarter Ending June 30, 2017
Revenue (millions)$85.0 to $95.0
Non-GAAP Net Income* (millions)$10.0 to$15.0
Non-GAAP Diluted EPS*$0.22 to$0.35

*Non-GAAP gross margin, non-GAAP income from operations, non-GAAP net income, EBITDA, adjusted EBITDA and non-GAAP diluted EPS are non-GAAP financial measures that are not prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Please refer below to Use of Non-GAAP Financial Information for descriptions of these non-GAAP financial measures and to the Reconciliation of GAAP Measures to Non-GAAP Measures, attached as Schedule D, for reconciliations of these and other of our non-GAAP financial measures to the closest GAAP measures.

Acacia Communications has not reconciled the above guidance as to non-GAAP net income or non-GAAP diluted EPS to GAAP net income or GAAP EPS because the expected tax benefits derived from any employee equity awards during the second quarter of 2017 cannot be reasonably calculated or predicted at this time. Accordingly, a reconciliation is not available without unreasonable effort.

Conference Call

Acacia Communications will host a conference call to discuss its results for the first quarter of 2017, recent developments and the Company's business outlook and strategy at 5 p.m. Eastern Time today. The live webcast of the call, along with the Company's earnings press release, can be accessed at the Acacia Communications' Investor Relations website at globenewswire.com. The U.S. dial-in for the call is 1-877-407-8293 (1-201-689-8349 for non-U.S. callers). Please ask to be joined to the Acacia Communications call. A replay of the conference call will be available until May 23, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time, while an archived version of the webcast will be available on the Acacia Communications' Investor Relations website for 90 days. The U.S. dial-in for the conference call replay is 1-877-660-6853 (1-201-612-7415 for non-U.S. callers). The replay access code is 13660313.



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From: FUBHO6/1/2017 12:52:04 PM
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Acacia Communications reveals AC400, CFP optical transceiver faults

June 1, 2017
Author Stephen Hardy
Editorial Director and Associate Publisher



Acacia Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:ACIA) has revealed that it has discovered and addressed what it described as "a quality issue" that affected an unspecified percentage of the approximately 1,300 AC400 FLEX optical transceivers and 5,000 CFP optical modules manufactured at one of its three contract manufacturers over a period of approximately four months. Acacia says it is working with customers who received the defective modules to remedy any issues they may face as a result.

The company thinks the problems revolve around a circuit board cleaning process used at the unidentified contract manufacturer during the four months in question. The process is no longer in use, and Acacia doesn't believe optical modules currently being produced at the facility suffer from the issue.

Acacia does not yet have an estimate for the cost of the remediation process or how the problem could affect its near-term manufacturing capacity.

The hiccough potentially opens the door for competitors looking to eat into Acacia's market share. For example, NeoPhotonics announced a coherent CFP optical module at OFC 2017 (see "NeoPhotonics samples ClearLight CFP-DCO coherent optical transceiver"). Meanwhile, Ciena announced at the same event that it will supply its WaveLogic Ai coherent silicon to a trio of vendors, who plan to produce a 5x7-inch 400-Gbps optical transceiver similar to the AC400 (see "Ciena to license WaveLogic Ai coherent DSP to optical module vendors"), with at least one expecting to sample their modules by the end of this year.

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From: JakeStraw9/12/2017 12:05:15 PM
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What Is Acacia Communications' Competitive Advantage?
Bringing silicon to optics ins't a unique strategy -- unless it's all you do.
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