- Several telecom equipment vendors and component suppliers are selling off in sympathy with Calix (CALX -22.7%) and Cyan (CYNI -31.8%), each of which is crashing due to the poor Q4 guidance (I, II) provided with its Q3 results. Both companies are heavily dependent on U.S. telco spending.
- Calix blamed its guidance on soft demand from tier-2 and tier-3 carriers, while Cyan blamed "cautious order patterns" caused by macro issues. On its CC (transcript), the company noted orders from top customer Windstream will be "substantially down compared to prior quarters."
- Notable decliners include Finisar (FNSR -7.3%), JDS Uniphase (JDSU -3%), Ruckus (RKUS -6.6%), Applied Micro (AMCC -3.8%), Procera (PKT -4.1%), Allot (ALLT -3.8%), Ciena (CIEN -2.7%), and Alliance Fiber (AFOP -7.7%). JDS and Ruckus report after the bell; Allot and Procera rallied yesterday in response to the former's Q3 report.
- Several industry names sold off last Thursday due to Infinera's soft Q4 guidance. Infinera said at the time it doesn't "expect significant budget flush or year-end money" from carriers.