Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Batm Advanced Communications LSE:BVC London Ordinary Share IL0010849045 ORD ILS0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -0.72% 17.25p 17.25p 17.50p 17.25p 17.00p 17.25p 218,521.00 12:47:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 73.2 -0.5 -0.2 - 69.54

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Thanks spekky. It's a shame that it will no longer let me use the normal code to keep it neater, but that must be down to it being originally set up within a premium account. I will see if I can find some time to tidy the header up as it is a shame to see it messed up after all this time.
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Thanks JD Marom wasn't impressed with the failed promises of TASE.
Interesting indeed. Good spot.
Interesting read: Regards. DYOR
james dean
We will probably get confirmation that a large holder has lost patience and reduced or exited.
A little overdone methinks. AIMHO. Regards. DYOR
james dean
still sinking...
The last set of results were a disappointment and hurt the share price The backdrop for the company has vastly improved but as I and others have commented already the share price is simply not going to improve until the sales are seen in the bottom line. There has been no urgency for investors to leave money on the table so to speak. its a company I follow in depth due the very real potential here but it's been frustrating to the extreme as it's all taken far too long. On a more positive note the company has been totally re structured and they owe no money.
Zak seems totally unperturbed about sp-he is now well aware RNSing these small contract wins do nothing for the share price and that it always drifts after results as the market knows his form-and BATs-at this stage. He is unlikely to announce anything significant and the annoying thing is the BOD seem happy to play along. Are they really acting in the interests of shareholders? They may be doing a job but you wonder if a younger or more dynamic CEO would be as happy to sit back just to take a salary and pension. SHs certainly are getting nothing from this masterly want of oomph. Why not sell Telco if it has such promise? imo
GlobalData uses its Market Disruptor recognition to provide an overview and analysis of companies that are generating new competitive threats in their market spaces. In the Market Disruptor profile published on Telco Systems, GlobalData praises Telco Systems for effectively transitioning from a hardware-focused carrier Ethernet equipment supplier to a provider of virtual network solutions, enabling service providers to address new virtual customer premise, access and aggregation markets. GlobalData also highlights the benefits of Telco Systems' new NFVTime solution for providing a transforming approach for telcos to launch new vCPE services. NFVTime delivers a complete NFV service environment for service providers and network integrators to ensure a smooth and rapid launch path for NFV services. NFVTime provides the virtualized NFV infrastructure (NFVi) solution for running any VNF on any x86 hardware platform, either on third party or Telco Systems specific platforms. This approach from Telco Systems for enabling carrier-class vCPE services transforms the existing practice of using dedicated network appliances and relying on appliance stacking. NFVTime includes a growing ecosystem and catalog of certified and pre-tested VNFs from leading vendors, including Advantech, SilverPeak, Fortinet, Check Point, Netrounds, Certes, Juniper, Cisco, Palo Alto, Brocade and Riverbed. "Telco Systems has retained its rich portfolio of carrier Ethernet access capabilities, while fully virtualizing its product line to meet growing cloud-based service demands," explained Glen Hunt Principal Analyst for Global Telecom Technology and Software at GlobalData. "In the process, the company has grown its partner ecosystem to offer its customers a broad range of software-based service functions and provides the management and orchestration tools needed to efficiently deploy a full complement of virtual CPE solutions." "We are very proud to receive this timely recognition as a Market Disruptor from GlobalData and are pleased to say that we are already enjoying strong demand for our new NFVTime solution from telcos around the world that are currently either solidifying their NFV roll out strategies or beginning their initial commercial launches of NFV services," said Raanan Tzemach, Vice President of Product Management at Telco Systems. "This important recognition confirms our approach for providing service providers with a turnkey solution that facilitates a short time-to-market and short time-to-revenue for the launch of NFV services without compromising on performance and functionality." To download the GlobalData Market Disruptor profile on Telco Systems, please click here. Telco Systems will be exhibiting its new NFVTime solution along with its entire portfolio of networking solutions at the MPLS+SDN+NFV World event at Booth # 201 in Paris, France during March 21 to March 24.
Telco Systems, the leading provider of innovative CE 2.0, MPLS, IP and SDN & NFV solutions, today announced that the company has been recognized as an SDN & NFV Market Disruptor by GlobalData, a leading provider of market intelligence for global IT and telecom professionals.
Yes,always mystified why,when batty seems to be making progress,the share price heads's bonkers.
A few more contract wins should get this little gem below 15p, no?
Nice $2.8 million contract win:
positive write up by ST in IC today.
I must admit that I thought BATM would sell off the Telco division and concentrate on the medical. BATM is arguably valued for just the medical division and other assets. The Telco is a wild card and its in there for very little. Having said that management must have reasons for wanting to hold onto Telco. Its based out of the US in any event which may have some bearing. Telco Systems is now focussed on cloud and SDN technologies which are only now starting to be adopted by the industry. I am pleasantly amazed that they can actually break even most of the time without breaking into the field they are specialized in , at least not in a big way. BATM and its subsidiaries are from what I can see very much autonomous.
The medical division is growing,but margins are lower than the Telco business, which is shrinking. Lots of proof of concept trials for Telco - desperately need that big contract. Unless that big contract comes, then I'm sure the company will split into two with the medical division being the focus. This is a very slow burner. Brokers suggesting 22p is a fair price.
Well after consideration my glass is half full on this one and the next six months should hopefully see some signs of what the medical division is about.
Interesting interview with Zvi IMO. Regards. DYOR
james dean
Not really able to add that much to what I have already said prior to these results. Revenue has slid again but as they correctly state earnings visibility for once is looking solid. I would have to go along with finncap comments reposted by JD above. Its most likely that they will hit the 100M revenue mark next year so the current share price is well justified ...finncap have a 22p target. Valuation are for a more traditional company not an emerging tech company which is why I have much higher valuations.BATM Telco is a mix between the two. Few comments Diagnostics sales increased 16% following on a trend in place for some years now and this would not include in this period future sales from the Chinese stake in Adaltis. This is the largest revenue positive in this period Celitron and the waste management division had a costly rethink and are moving towards the larger agri units become the focus of Sales. They did actually get the brakes on here and have made recent impressive progress. Worth looking at Celitron web site. Time will tell on this one, I would expect them to grow this division next year and revenue on existing contract wins will show up in 2017 ...... They placed a lot of the smaller units but profitability was the issue. Telco division significantly increased their client base and are selling kit sporadically into the market. The focus of their business is a developing story and this technology is only starting to get adopted. They have a pile of POC's out there and they have seen the first actual contracts albeit not of the size we would like to see. The industry as a whole is in delay mode .... Telco are sort of holding their own but what we expected to see happen this year is most definitely been put into next year. Revenue fell again but not as dramatically as feared. Cyber division burst onto the scene last year with some major carrots getting dangled. Problem again here is one of delays in the industry. the Cyber business related to the new standards which are only starting to be introduced.
FinnCap Raises BATM Advanced Communications Ltd (BVC) Price Target to GBX 22
james dean
Jam tomorrow!!!! Yipppeeee!!!!!!!
BATM Advanced Communications strikes upbeat note
james dean
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