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Cyberlux Corp (OTCMKTS: CYBL) Breakout Out Northbound as DOD Contractor Reports Record Revenues, New Acquisitions & 700 million Share Elimination

Cyberlux Corp (OTCMKTS: CYBL) has been heating up in recent trading and the stock is breaking northbound since a brief dip below the $0.01 mark in February. Volume has been picking up too with CYBL trading $1.5 million in dollar volume on Thursday alone. CYBL has a large international following of investors that was instrumental when the stock skyrocketed in 2021 from subs in April to highs of $0.066 in September. They are accumulating at current levels and a move back to previous highs; a break over $0.066 and its blue skies ahead for CYBL.  The timing on CYBL seems perfect as the Company completes the next in a long line of acquisitions with the acquisition of Catalyst Machineworks, LLC, a leader in the highly technical cinematography drone market with established product lines that address the high-end military-grade market, the specialized drone racing market and the high-volume consumer market. This comes on the heels of significant growth through acquisitions across industries with advanced unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), LED lighting solutions, renewable energy and infrastructure technology, and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions.   

The big story on CYBL is the record revenues the Company keeps reporting month after month easily beating out previous targets. In February revenues were a record $2.12 million representing an 11% increase over January revenues also a record month. Management expects the quarterly revenue growth to continue during 2022 and beyond, as the Company achieves its 2022 revenue outlook of $44.8 million and generates a substantial positive net income from Operations for the year. Cyberlux continues to see growth across all of its business units. Over the last six months, the addition of the FlightEye drone team with GM Larson Isely, the infrastructure business with the FBD Group and the HAVAS team, the Digital Platform Solutions team under GM Igor Stanisavljev with both the Kreatx and the DAS teams, and the stellar Chris Damvakaris as Chief Revenue Officer, is driving the Cyberlux company forward as a global enterprise. CYBL management recently reported they expect to see further acquisitions opening markets which will yield over $200 million in Cyberlux revenue by 2025. 

Cyberlux Corp (OTCMKTS: CYBL) operating out of Research Triangle Park, North Carolina is an advanced technology platform company driving growth through acquisitions, joint ventures and organic growth in the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), Advanced Lighting Systems, Infrastructure Technology and Software & Services markets. The Company’s customers are U.S. agencies, including the Department of Defense (DoD), State and Local governments, select OEM commercial markets, and global customers across North and South America and Europe. Cyberlux is a recognized leader within the Department of Defense marketplace for solid-state LED lighting innovation. The Company has developed LED lighting technology that is among the most energy efficient and cost effective portable tactical lighting available today for Department of Defense/military and commercial uses. Cyberlux owns a valuable intellectual property portfolio including five U.S. Patents and two pending patents for Portable Lighting Devices and Multi-Mode Illumination. The Company also has three new patent filings for UAS technology in process and anticipates at least three new patent filings for technology developments in conjunction with Cyberlux Strategic Suppliers, and at least two patentable filings for technology development in the advanced remote sensor field of use.  

Cyberlux manufactures BrightEye Tactical Lighting Systems for various U.S. Government agencies including the U.S. Air Force, Air/Army National Guard, U. S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), U.S. Army and the Defense Logistics Agency customers. The Company has introduced LED solar street lighting product offerings with a full range of capabilities from 40 watt to 150 watts. The Cyberlux Solar All-In-One (SAIO) LED street lighting is available as Cyberlux SAIO-40 to SAIO-150. Cyberlux also introduced the Cyberlux Solar Power Systems solar power generation offerings, as the 300 watt Cyberlux SPS-300, the 370 watt Cyberlux SPS-370, and the top-of-the-line Cyberlux SPS-440, an industry-leading 440 watts of power production. Currently Cyberlux has pending contracts for 6200 units of the BrightEye Tactical Lighting System from various DoD agencies.  

Cyberlux has a south American office in Bogota and is pursuing business in Colombia with certain commercial companies and government organizations. The Company has developed solar power designs and infrastructure plans for five Colombia projects. As the pandemic comes to an end Cyberlux plans to grow through acquisitions and expand its capabilities significantly with the plan to use its Bogota headquarters operation to extend its business development reach to other South American markets such as Guatemala, Ecuador, El Salvador and Brazil.  

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During Q3 2021, Cyberlux closed its first acquisition of a UAS technology and intellectual property stealth works firm, CTMC Drone Solution giving the Company a competitive advantage with the FlightEye hardware and FlightGDN software offerings. CYBL management state they expect to see further acquisitions opening markets which will yield over $200 million in Cyberlux revenue by 2025. 

Cyberlux revenues have been increasing quickly. In February revenues were a record $2.12 million representing an 11% increase over January revenues also a record month. Management expects the quarterly revenue growth to continue during 2022 and beyond, as the Company achieves its 2022 revenue outlook of $44.8 million and generates a substantial positive net income from Operations for the year. The Company continues to see growth across all of its business units. Over the last six months, the addition of the FlightEye drone team with GM Larson Isely, the infrastructure business with the FBD Group and the HAVAS team, the Digital Platform Solutions team under GM Igor Stanisavljev with both the Kreatx and the DAS teams, and the stellar Chris Damvakaris as Chief Revenue Officer, is driving the Cyberlux company forward as a global enterprise. 

Cyberlux continues to make big moves in recent months; they formed a new Channel Business Partnership with The ARG Group, LLC to drive and accelerate the revenue growth. The Company launched the Digital Platform Solutions (DPS) business development and sales efforts with the first wave of target companies and industries, with the mission to drive both end-to-end PaaS and SaaS offerings to global government, military, and commercial customers. Cyberlux South American team completed the engineering plan for the 31-hectare renewable energy generation project and submitted to the Colombian government agencies for approval. The team is also in early-stage development of the Company’s next potential solar farm in the Manizales, Colombia area. Also, the Company’s ITS team is in the final phase of the $47 million U.S. infrastructure opportunity selection. Further, Cyberlux ITS business unit reported on a European project being executed by the Company’s FBD team. This $3+ million project covers 40 miles of electrical grid and fiber optics communications infrastructure construction. 

On March 30 CYBL announced the acquisition of Catalyst Machineworks, LLC, a leader in the highly technical cinematography drone market with established product lines that address the high-end military-grade market, the specialized drone racing market and the high-volume consumer market. Based in Texas, Catalyst Machineworks (CMW) is a leading United States-based drone hardware manufacturer with the intellectual property, technology know-how and production capabilities to deliver true military-grade and law enforcement drone solutions as 100% Made-In-America. 

Microcapdaily first reported on CYBL on July 11 when the stock was trading for well under a penny.

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Currently trading at a $86 million market valuation CYBL has 5,834,750,677 shares outstanding. The Company is in the process of eliminating 700 million shares recently reporting final paperwork has been agreed to, executed and on the way to the transfer agent for action by end of next week. This comes after CYBL enacted a no reverse split policy and dropped the AS from 20 billion down to 8.75 billion and went “pink current.” Cyberlux carries $9.6 million in liabilities on the books some of which is convertible into free trading CYBL. But this is an exciting story developing in small caps; the Company continues to see rapid growth through acquisitions, joint ventures and organic growth in the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), Advanced Lighting Systems, Infrastructure Technology and Software & Services markets. Cyberlux is a recognized leader within the Department of Defense marketplace for solid-state LED lighting innovation. The Company has developed LED lighting technology that is among the most energy efficient and cost effective portable tactical lighting available today for Department of Defense/military and commercial uses. Currently Cyberlux has pending contracts for 6200 units of the BrightEye Tactical Lighting System from various DoD agencies. We will be updating on CYBL when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with CYBL.

Disclosure: we hold no position in CYBL either long or short and we have not been compensated for this article.

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