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|When we all look back on our fbt investment:
|You and me both, Al :-(|
I hope so, this really is the last chance for my pension. I need a super multibagger then 3 years of good luck beyond that!|
|Hyper Al, I'm in both (FBT and HUR) and while HUR is certainly doing better right now I still think FBT could be the bigger % riser in the end|
|while I sit here waiting my previous investment (HUR) rockets|
I don't think LinkedIn premium allows you to do anything fancy like that. My son gave the one month free trial a go and he said the only real benefit is it allowed him to make direct contact with people outside his own contacts.
re Click in India, it looks like all India's railway stations will soon have better broadband than I have, stuck out here in rural Scotland. New estates just 2km's from me have fibre optics, I don't!|
|wonder what age you have to be to regard non-cloud based systems as legacy products|
|I assume increased awareness is partly the reasoning behind the ATOS and Aspect deals.
Get them young.|
|Anyone with a LinkedIn premium account?
Wondering if it's possible to search for instances of keywords for instance plot 'forscene' over time by region.|
|Ive noticed more and more of the resent CV's posted online by people who work, or have worked at BBC mention Forscene.
Hi! I'm a Bristol-based editor and have worked for various media companies using Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere, and FCP. I can also provide more advanced edit work having professionally used Photoshop and After Effects for visual work and motion graphics, Autopano Video/Giga for VR syncing and stitching, Forscene for cloud-based editing, and Avid MC's in-built tools for syncing, aligning, and editing stereoscopic 3D footage.
Interesting feature on ITTs on Click today.
State attempts at stimulating tech activity has come in for criticism, majority of the notable alumni are working for firms in the US (Indian's own brain drain).
The solar power feature seemed to be delivering more tangible benefit - providing electricity to some of the 250m people in rural India.|
|Yes I also believe it may have been a buy.|
|Late recorded 700k trade from yesterday.
Looking at time and sales, and the fact they moved offer up to 7p, I believe that is a worked Buy, showing as a sell.
|sorry was going o/t again.
Have a good weekend all.|
|deleted. was just getting a bit annoyed!|
|major UK brain drain
We're growing new ones all the time :-)
Furthermore once you flog off a firm at top dollar those brains can be freed up to work on building up other companies.
Time for UK to encourage industry
The state does not have a great track record here (at least in the UK). Not that it can't be improved.
Part of the trouble is I expect once politicians pin their colours to something you are driven by their timescales! I.e election times!! Another is funding a few large projects instead of lots of small ones. Comet, Concorde... Gov can put a focus on making it easy to build business and attract talent and maintaining a stable (and secure!) environment.|
|AIM does not help SME Technology companies either.
If we were a Silicon Valley small technology company we would have money thrown at us and that really helps get to the next size company.
|BBC has a business model of if you don't pay us £145 every year it's a criminal offence and you could go to jail.
That gives them a unique business mindset in my experience.|
|So true, tel Aviv with a population of less than half a million is ahead of London in the tech startup global ecosystem rankings.
Time for UK to encourage industry. The mind boggles, why is for scene not used extensively in the national broadcaster already. Its like UK people like to see British businesses fail.|
I have used it, but it must be 5 years ago, I bet it's improved tons since then; how time flies by!
It's an amazing product and it is decades ahead of everyone else in the video cloud market.
At last it is getting recognised and it will soon become the disruptive technology (I think, within 3 to 5 years) that we always knew it would become.
It will be a shame if we go the way of ARM and become yet another great British company swallowed by overseas corporates. Also thinking of Tesla who shipped all our genious mechanics over to the USA from Lotus in Norwich.
The UK is the best in the world for ideas development. Maybe the funds from the sale of these businesses will help develop todays graduates into the entrepreneurs of the future. We need to do something to retain the young talent within the UK, I'm not sure how, I can see a major UK brain drain on the horizon because of Brexit.
Have those on here, who are sceptical of 'Forbidden Tech', ever used 'Forscene'?|
No one has managed to develop a product that can do what Forscene platform can do in the Cloud.|
Exactly what I thought!|
|RNS's so far this year.
Date Time Source Headline Symbol Company
13/03/2017 07:01 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Forbidden Technologies PLC Preliminary Results LSE:FBT Forbidden Tech.
22/02/2017 14:35 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Forbidden Technologies PLC Board change and notice of preliminary results LSE:FBT Forbidden Tech.
23/01/2017 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Forbidden Technologies PLC Next generation of Blackbird video codec LSE:FBT Forbidden Tech.
16/01/2017 12:31 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Forbidden Technologies PLC Forscene Sports deal|
|Thanks for that Hyper.
Looks like basic top and tailing (like I could do on my Nokia smartphone in 2005!).
The time they spent messing around with all that they may as well upload their source material to the BBC then access it via FORscene.|