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
  +0.00p +0.00% 16.25p 16.25p 16.50p 16.25p 16.25p 16.25p 245,997.00 15:10:07
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Technology Hardware & Equipment 65.9 -7.7 -2.2 - 65.51

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/12/2016
16:52
Painfully frustrating......were are the Telco contracts he spoke of......
reeltime
08/12/2016
16:19
Mr 25K still very much in the equation. Looks like we are going nowhere until this seller is out. Silly really unless its a distressed sale as we have had decent newsflow and director buying. Frustrating.
fse
01/12/2016
23:02
At one point Telco had a director on Nokia Board. And that was post Nokia collapse. Fishing a bit here but Nokia were never unhappy with Telco back in the day, what happened to Nokia happened to Blackberry et al but Nokia Networks was a different entity it actually never went to the wall it just got severely scaled back. They are logical partners....
fse
01/12/2016
20:42
It would be somewhat ironic if Nokia Networks and BATM Telco were to collaborate again......but who knows.
reeltime
01/12/2016
18:29
hTtp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-38167453 Most recent example of why batm is in the right space with their cyber offer......any reconnect with Nokia could only mean one thing imho......I doubt it would happen but you never know.
spekky
01/12/2016
18:05
>rt.... interesting that Nokia Networks and BATM Telco are mentioned on the same page. Will they collaborate a second time round ?
fse
01/12/2016
10:28
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reeltime
30/11/2016
22:47
Yes I would agree with that... its an extension to the business that they already have also expanding the product and applications sales. Nice that its with the same client.
fse
30/11/2016
17:09
" FirstLight has already been using Telco Systems’ end-to-end solutions. " Perhaps that's the answer.......it's only perceived as an extension or additional.
spekky
29/11/2016
23:16
A contract win....no official RNS and no mention of the value....any thoughts? Telco System wins FirstLight deal to supply demarcation and aggregation devices November 29, 2016 Sabrina Labanowski Telco Systems has won a contract from FirstLight, a leading provider of high-speed data, Internet, data center and voice services to enterprise and carrier customers. Under the terms of the agreement Telco Systems will supply Carrier grade demarcation and aggregation devices to extend FirstLight’s Carrier Ethernet network footprint and deliver more services. It will enable the company to connect new customers while complying with the rigid requirements for low latency, high availability and service provisioning agility. The deal was completed following an extensive evaluation process in which Telco Systems competed against a major rival. FirstLight has already been using Telco Systems’ end-to-end solutions. Among others, the company deploys Telco Systems demarcation and aggregation solutions orchestrated by EdgeGenie. It also recently started to test in proof of concept the company’s CloudMetro for virtualized IT services at the network edge. FirstLight provides fiber optic data, Internet, data center and voice services to enterprise and carrier customers in New York and Northern New England with connectivity to Canada, linking more than 2,000 locations in service with nearly 15,000 additional locations serviced by its nearly 275,000 fiber mile network. hTTp://www.telco.com/blog/telco-system-wins-firstlight-deal-to-supply-carrier-grade-demarcation-and-aggregation-devices/
reeltime
29/11/2016
23:09
Telco Systems products fully comply with MEF 46 Latching Loopback specifications November 27, 2016 Sabrina Labanowski Next month Telco Systems will be demonstrating its new Latching Loopback capability/functionality in accordance with MEF 46 specifications. Most of Telco Systems products (all the BiNOX-based ones) will support MEF 46 through software upgrade by the second quarter of 2017. This new MEF specification defines the protocol and functionality for Latching Loopbacks (LLs) for Service Activation Testing (SAT) and troubleshooting up to the Information Rate for point-to-point and multipoint services across multiple Carrier Ethernet Networks (CENs). Loopbacks refers to the routing of electronic signals, digital data streams or flows of items back to their source without intentional processing or modification. This is primarily a means of testing the transmission or transportation infrastructure. The Latching Loopback Function (LLF) is intended to be implemented in UNI and ENNI locations in some Carrier Ethernet equipment such as Network Interface Devices (NIDs), bridges, switches and Ethernet Test Equipment (ETE). MEF 46 certification has two key benefits for Telco operators: Helps with network management and control Enables problems to be controlled and fixed remotely, eliminating the need for onsite technicians hTTp://www.telco.com/blog/telco-systems-products-fully-comply-with-mef-46-latching-loopback-specifications/
reeltime
24/11/2016
17:00
I could not get the link to copy either try going in through Google Proactive Investor BATM there should be a link displayed. Its worth listening to this interview regarding the ISS win. Couple of observation in addition to what RT posted above. The large scale sterilizers have understandably been not just a challenge to bring concept to reality but then because they are different they have to go through all the regulatory hurdles to their being implemented. Its significant that they have placed one of these units into operation and now have an order for a second. This means not having to go through all that red tape again and as Zvi rightly comments it will open up the doors to not only sell to similar clients but to a much wider market in different segments. The smaller units not mentioned in this interview are already functioning in some 400 locations. All in all this is welcome news and also from a BATM sector that was not producing meaningful revenue ........ As BATM are now a sum of the parts company this is in my opinion more significant news than the markets are giving credit. Also towards the end of the Interview Zvi was asked how the networking side and more specifically SDN applications were progressing. He replied that it was all going well and they were starting to see orders coming in and were still expecting positive outcomes from other new clients they are working with. As far as the share price goes I think its fair to say that we do have a large seller in the frame. Is anyone else noticing this ? Its holding the share price back along with concerns about the Telco side breaking into the SDN market. Other than that its all appearing quite positive with new revenue coming in from ISS which we were not planning on.
fse
23/11/2016
20:36
There is also a short video interview with Zvi, worth listening too..... BATM's latest order opens the door for others 16:06 23 Nov 2016 The bio-medical division of BATM Advanced Communications Ltd (LON:BVC) has received an order from a customer for a hazardous waste unit. The order is from a leading manufacturer of animal vaccines, and chief executive officer Zvi Marom tells Proactive Investors that is the second order from this particular customer for its ISS – that’s Integrated Steriliser and Shredder – technology. Marom said the customer was very pleased with the first ISS unit, and the latest sale opens the door for the company to sell ISS units to other pharmaceutical companies. “The contract was for approximately 1.4, 1.5 million dollars,” the BATM chief executive revealed. “The first stage, which starts immediately, is about half of it, then a year after, as the fab [fabrication facility] is built up, we get the other half.” In Marom’s view, the ISS technology has many unique features that make it applicable in several sectors, not least because of its cost-saving properties, and now the pharmaceutical industry is waking up to its usefulness. “There is no competition at the moment, and we believe that in the agri [agricultural] field, it will be used as well. We have been running trials in the last year, and we believe that we will start to get orders very soon,” Marom said. Go to the Proactive-investors website, the link wont upload here.....
reeltime
23/11/2016
16:10
Reference back to initial contract win August 2016 interim statement. Its encouraging to see this contract expanded.  Pathogenic Waste Treatment and Sterilisation Unit o Pathogenic Waste Treatment and Sterilisation unit successfully executed on first significant contract for its biological waste solution developed for the biopharmaceutical industry, which was installed and is operating at a facility of Ceva Animal Health (“CEVA”) o Commenced first large installation of new solution for treating agricultural waste and on track for delivering to the customer, a major poultry farming company, for testing in Q3 2016 Added.... Link to Ceva website. hTTp://www.ceva.com/en/Who-are-we/Company-overview and this comment from Marom Dr Zvi Marom, CEO of BATM, added: "We are very pleased to have received this second order for our biological waste solution for the biopharma industry. Our ISS technology is already used in more than 400 medical facilities. Now, the same technology is being deployed on a much larger scale in the biopharma industry - and by year-end we expect that a major ISS-based unit will also be fully operational under an existing contract in the agricultural sector
fse
22/11/2016
16:38
Mr 25,000 back in there selling again.
fse
17/11/2016
22:39
MEF16 - Distributed NFV with Whitebox CPE is Hot Wednesday, November 16, 2016 #NFV, MEF16, Telco Systems No comments Distributed NFV with universal CPE (the whitebox solution) is one of the hot trends at this year's MEF16, says Telco Systems' Raanan Tzemach. One of the top drivers for this is that OPEX can be reduced in rolling out new services by avoiding the need to stack new boxes at the customer site. See video: hTTps://youtu.be/6Rmx2ZjUuFU
reeltime
17/11/2016
15:48
Telco Systems CEO: In today’s environment, software must be modular November 15, 2016 Sabrina Labanowski 0 0 During the recent MEF 16 conference, Ariel Efrati, CEO of Telco Systems was interviewed by Gary Audin from TelecomReseller. They have discussed in the core network technologies, with Efrati covering the influence of virtualization and software driven products that can be hardware independent. Here are some of the main questions and answers: Q: Many of Telco Systems customers are telecom providers, but do you also support some of the larger enterprise corporations. A: We support enterprises when they need connectivity between their own offices, for example. We have several clients that deal mainly with connecting their own customers, connecting their own branches, serving them internally within their own needs. So for example, we have one enterprise doing call centers, and those call centers are being connected on their own network on our platforms. This is a holistic system. Another enterprise might be a school that connects all the school system in a high speed, like an E-rate project. Ariel Efrati, CEO of Telco Systems Q: The example you gave are organizations with multiple sites, is that really where your sweet spot is? A: Yes, I think that the fact that you need to be connected with multiple sites and if you need to connect into your core data centers, for example, from many different places. So definitely, it is about connectivity, and it is very high rate connectivity. We are dealing mainly with data services, so it is also with a high bandwidth. Moreover, in most cases, it is fiber connectivity. Q: How have you been responding to the changes that are mostly software driven today? A: To be honest, for many years, we have been a software company, putting our software into hardware. The main asset and the main intellectual property of the company is the software. It places in our hands the fact that people are now looking at software as the stronghold because we believe the software is the asset. By that, we could have very easily import or export almost our software onto multipurpose devices like x86 Intel based hardware. By that, it enabled us not to focus on the hardware anymore. We have management systems that are all about software. We have operating system within the devices, and we have the applications. We believe that the telecommunication and IT environments reinvent themselves every 10 years, and we are now witnessing a revolution. It rejuvenates the market and it enables it to go and regrow itself. Q: Your customers are looking for high availability in their operations. So, when you place your software on hardware, are you selective about the hardware it runs on because of reliability issues? A: Absolutely, usually, we do certification for the hardware. You can take it at your own risk, or you adopt pre-certified devices that are off the shelf, or, if you like a specific one. Q: What does a certification for MEF mean for Telco Systems and what process do you have to go through? A: That is a very rigid process. We are certified. All our devices are MEF-certified with CE 2.0 certification. We are not certified only to one vertical. There are several verticals and several certifications within it, and all the devices are there. It means that first, you need to build it the right way in order to support all the features and functions. Certification is very important in MEF because it actually enables you as an operator to cross connect with other operators in a smooth way and a transparent way. Otherwise, one operator might be with one starter, another one will have different starter, and then you cannot give a service that is cross operators. In many cases, for example, a service that starts in New York and needs to end in California will have to cross different operators because you do not have right infrastructure there. Without the certification, you are surely going to hit a wall. So certification is very important in that aspect, and it is very demanding in our perspective because you have to be tailored onto specifications, and to be all the time up-to-date with the standards. Because almost on a monthly basis, there are new features, there are new enhancements, there are new services you need to support, and it means that you have to be up to the pace. Your software needs to be modular, it needs to be able to adapt to those elements, and to be able to integrate and to cross connect or actually interoperate with our equipment or with other software. Q: In a sense, with a certification you can deliver interoperability assurance. A: It is assured, it is guaranteed, and it is very smooth. In addition, it is almost guaranteed, not almost, it is guaranteed that if you will place the function within your network and the entire network is certified, you have very smooth operations with no issues there. Q: That would mean that there are fewer truck rolls, less staff, meaning that the risk is much lower, too. A: Of course, integration costs almost do not exist. Training costs are also reduced, as you do not need to train because it is not different. Certification is key element here, especially in a region like America. While it is not one country and one provider or two or three, there are many providers, then you need to cross many providers, and this, I would say, transparency is something what makes the machine run. Additional resources To listen to the interview click here
fse
13/11/2016
14:54
Carrier Ethernet Certification at MEF November 10, 2016 // Ethernet, Gary Audin, Podcasts, Press Releases, SR 11-13 podcast by Gary Audin Products and solutions should be designed to future-proof service provider’s networks for higher scalability, traffic engineering, and increased security. An MEF CE2.0 compliant, end-to-end solution should fit any site requirement and any deployment scenario – single or multi-business, fixed or modular, outdoor or indoor deployment. This includes E-Line, E-LAN, E-Tree, E-Access, TDM convergence, single or multi-vendor networks while supporting a wide range of capacity options. The solutions should deliver carrier-grade equipment, providing protection mechanisms to ensure a high level of service availability, and advanced OAM and HQoS. Carriers need to focus on providing their revenue generating services, rather than just managing their devices, and provide complete simplified mechanisms to manage, maintain, and optimize the entire service lifecycle. Ariel Efrati, CEO of Telco Systems www.telco.com and Gary Audin discuss core network technologies in this podcast recorded at the MEF 16 conference. Ariel covers the influence of virtualization and software driven products that can be hardware independent. The discussion continues with coverage of MEF Certification and the interoperability issues across multiple networks that are involved in servicing end users. Telco Systems www.telco.com offers a portfolio of best-in-class products and solutions. Among the first vendors to receive the Metro Ethernet Forum’s Carrier Ethernet (CE) 2.0 certification, Telco Systems’ CE 2.0-compliant, end-to-end Ethernet product portfolio delivers a significant boost to large, medium, and small service providers, as well as utilities and city carriers competing in a rapidly evolving telecommunications environment. They are experts in guiding service providers toward the advantages of CE 2.0 while they preserve and enlarge their customer base with continuously improving quality of service without service interruption. "Click the link on the main site to listen to the Podcast"......... Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) hTTps://telecomreseller.com/2016/11/10/carrier-ethernet-certification-at-mef/
reeltime
13/11/2016
14:51
Carrier Ethernet Certification at MEF November 10, 2016 // Ethernet, Gary Audin, Podcasts, Press Releases, SR 11-13 podcast by Gary Audin Products and solutions should be designed to future-proof service provider’s networks for higher scalability, traffic engineering, and increased security. An MEF CE2.0 compliant, end-to-end solution should fit any site requirement and any deployment scenario – single or multi-business, fixed or modular, outdoor or indoor deployment. This includes E-Line, E-LAN, E-Tree, E-Access, TDM convergence, single or multi-vendor networks while supporting a wide range of capacity options. The solutions should deliver carrier-grade equipment, providing protection mechanisms to ensure a high level of service availability, and advanced OAM and HQoS. Carriers need to focus on providing their revenue generating services, rather than just managing their devices, and provide complete simplified mechanisms to manage, maintain, and optimize the entire service lifecycle. Ariel Efrati, CEO of Telco Systems www.telco.com and Gary Audin discuss core network technologies in this podcast recorded at the MEF 16 conference. Ariel covers the influence of virtualization and software driven products that can be hardware independent. The discussion continues with coverage of MEF Certification and the interoperability issues across multiple networks that are involved in servicing end users. Telco Systems www.telco.com offers a portfolio of best-in-class products and solutions. Among the first vendors to receive the Metro Ethernet Forum’s Carrier Ethernet (CE) 2.0 certification, Telco Systems’ CE 2.0-compliant, end-to-end Ethernet product portfolio delivers a significant boost to large, medium, and small service providers, as well as utilities and city carriers competing in a rapidly evolving telecommunications environment. They are experts in guiding service providers toward the advantages of CE 2.0 while they preserve and enlarge their customer base with continuously improving quality of service without service interruption. "Click the link on the main site to listen to the Podcast"......... Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) hTTps://telecomreseller.com/2016/11/10/carrier-ethernet-certification-at-mef/
reeltime
10/11/2016
18:03
10/11/2016 2:54pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) BATM Advanced Communications (LSE:BVC) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Thursday 10 November 2016 Click Here for more BATM Advanced Communications Charts. TIDMBVC RNS Number : 9061O BATM Advanced Communications Ld 10 November 2016 10 November 2016 BATM Advanced Communications Limited ("BATM" or the "Group") Director Share Purchase BATM Advanced Communications Limited (LSE: BVC), a leading provider of real-time technologies for networking solutions and medical laboratory systems, announces that, today, Dr. Gideon Chitayat, Chairman of the Group, acquired 1,000,000 ordinary shares of 0.01 NIS each in the Group ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 15.5 pence per Ordinary Share. Following the transaction, Dr. Chitayat has an interest in 3,000,000 Ordinary Shares, representing approximately 0.74% of the Group's issued ordinary share capital.
fse
10/11/2016
09:50
I wonder if this is more director buying or an institution buying in as I doubt the market makers would want to hold this amount of stock.
barrieb
10/11/2016
09:45
Maybe this will clear the seller we have been seeing for a while now.
barrieb
10/11/2016
09:44
This is looking like an organised share exchange!
barrieb
09/11/2016
19:28
Definitely a large seller in the picture Mr 25K. This is is going to hold any share price progress back until they are out of the frame.
fse
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