Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Telit Communications LSE:TCM London Ordinary Share GB00B06GM726 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.75p -0.96% 284.50p 283.50p 284.50p 289.00p 275.75p 284.25p 294,451.00 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 226.3 10.8 8.3 29.0 329.13

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/2/2017
09:55
Anybody notice that SWIR has gone from 14 to 28 since November. Last quarter results were very good.
bbluesky
20/2/2017
08:38
short positions on TCM still increasing hTTp://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B06GM726/all
owenski
14/2/2017
15:43
Telit Modules Selected by Market Leader Cartrack to Accelerate Global Expansion 14/02/2017 2:00pm Business Wire Telit (LSE:TCM) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Tuesday 14 February 2017 Click Here for more Telit Charts. Telit cellular and positioning modules enable Cartrack’s new generation of telematics and wearable devices for vehicle tracking, fleet management, stolen vehicle recovery and insurance telematics Telit, (AIM: TCM) a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that telematics industry leader Cartrack Holdings Ltd. (JSE: CTK) selected Telit’s cellular and positioning module technology for a new generation of personal and in-vehicle service devices. Through this partnership, Cartrack will accelerate global expansion plans by delivering enhanced telematics services enabled with modules from Telit’s future-proof, globally certified product line. Research analysts forecast bullish growth for the entire telematics industry with a 29% compound annual growth rate over the next five years (P&S Market Research 2016). The path to international market development is complex and can be challenging for many companies that are faced with international compliance barriers and diverse offerings dependent on cellular and location based technologies which are constantly evolving. “Given that the telematics space is so under penetrated and that Cartrack is undergoing consistent rapid growth in new markets, we need a strong and reliable component supplier totally committed to growing with us,” said Zak Calisto, Cartrack, Global CEO. “Our decision to use Telit modules in the Cartrack technology was based on the improved connectivity and robust location-based features in the Telit components. The Cartrack technologies allow fleet owners to manage and optimize the different vehicle brands and support the on-going evolution of our portfolio. Now, we will also extend the reach and meet the demands of new market opportunities, such as the United States and New Zealand.” The appointment of Telit as the preferred technology supplier will enable Cartrack to accelerate expansion with deployment of a new generation of devices that are smaller, richer in features and are internationally certified with regulatory bodies and cellular operators in the company’s target geographies and markets. The new in-vehicle and personal, wearable devices at the heart of Cartrack’s innovative services offerings will integrate Telit cellular modules from the xE866 compact form factor family as well as SL871 or SE873 multi-constellation positioning receiver modules that deliver extended reach in difficult areas. “Cartrack, ranked as a tier one leader in the telematics space, is entering an exciting period of expansion and leadership and we are proud to be selected as the technology partner,” said Tomer Lavie, Telit Vice President, EMEA Sales. “We are committed to working side by side with the Cartrack’s R&D team now and in years to come to support its business objectives while unlocking innovation opportunities, including wearables that are designed to complement and enhance the overall user experience within in their target segments.” About the Selected Telit Products The xE866 is the smallest form factor in the Telit cellular module portfolio. It includes miniaturized cellular modules ranging from 2G to 3G and 4G with a maximum footprint of less than 400 square millimeters all featuring low-power modes and high radio performance. The SE873 is Telit's smallest flash-based GNSS module. The diminutive 7x7mm footprint makes it ideal for small tracking applications including wearables and battery-life sensitive applications like, personal trackers, bike trackers and OBD dongles. Bundled with the xE866 cellular family, the SE873 offers the market smallest Cellular+GNSS bundle. The SL871 GNSS module offers best in class power consumption and excellent navigation capability in the industry standard 10.1 x 9.7mm footprint. Compliant with GPS, GLONASS, Compass and Beidou. About Cartrack Cartrack is a world-class provider of fleet, mobile asset and workforce management solutions underpinned by real-time actionable business intelligence, delivered as Software-as-a-Service (‘SaaS’), plus the service of tracking and recovery of stolen vehicles. It has a well-established extensive footprint in Africa, Europe and South East Asia and has more recently opened operations in America and New Zealand. Cartrack vehicle tracking and recovery combats vehicle theft in countries where the crime is prevalent. The company was the first in the world to offer a cash back recovery warranty for customers in the unlikely event of non-recovery of monitored stolen vehicles and boast an industry leading audited recovery rate of 94% in South Africa. About Telit Telit (AIM: TCM), is a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) enablement. The company offers the industry’s broadest portfolio of integrated products and services for end-to-end IoT deployments – including cellular communication modules in all technologies, GNSS, short-to-long range wireless modules, IoT connectivity plans and IoT platform services. Through the IoT Portal, Telit makes IoT onboarding easy, reduces risk, time to market, complexity and costs for asset tracking, remote monitoring and control, telematics, industrial automation and others, across many industries and vertical markets worldwide. Copyright © 2017 Telit Communications PLC. All rights reserved. Telit and all associated logos are trademarks of Telit Communications PLC in the United States and other countries. Other names used herein may be trademarks of their respective owners.
timmy11
10/2/2017
08:47
What would Telit be valued at if it was on the NASDAQ?
beergut
08/2/2017
22:15
Cisco and the shares went down. Must have been a very bad deal for TCM. TCM like it Charlie McNiff, VP Business Development, Telit IoT Platforms: "Adding Cisco to our expanding ecosystem of Telit IoT partners is a notable advantage for the industry and our common customers. It will enable us to expand the market reach for both companies in the high-growth industrial IoT market." Maybe the market is impatient and doesn`t like jam tomorrow. From TCM This news was published as an RNS Reach, you can find it in the link below and on our website. http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/TCM/13121048.html http://www.telit.com/uploads/media/Telit_asset_gateway_software_deployed_into_Cisco_8_February_2017_RNS_REACH_FINAL.pdf
arcadian
08/2/2017
21:31
16:42 Telit celebrates as Cisco deploys its software Internet of Things products supplier Telit Communications announced on Wednesday that its deviceWISE Asset Gateway Software had been validated on the Cisco ISR8x9 and Cisco 4000 families of routers.
timmy11
08/2/2017
20:29
Telit Communications PLC Telit and Yokogawa to collaborate on new IIoT Architecture London, February 6, 2017 - Telit Communications PLC (AIM: TCM, "Telit", the "Group"), a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced it is collaborating with Yokogawa, a global leader in the industrial automation and control, test and measurement, aviation and other business segments, on a new Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) architecture. By combining Telit's robust technological portfolio of communication modules, sensor onboarding, and device management capabilities with Yokogawa's 100+ years of experience in providing devices, analytical instruments and other industrial solutions, Yokogawa will be able to create new value for its customers. Telit will contribute three critical components to the Yokogawa IIoT Architecture: · a broad portfolio of wireless IoT communication modules whose common form factors necessitate only one hardware design per global deployment, · a diverse collection of industrial drivers and edge analytics which enable a robust sensor onboarding capability, and · powerful connectivity and device management capabilities. Fred Yentz, CEO of Telit IoT Platforms, commented: "This collaboration is another good example of our ability to develop technical and operational partnerships with key industry operators in order to widen our end-to-end solution capabilities for all types of enterprises around the world." Telit technologies integrate seamlessly to Yokogawa's managed cloud architecture, enabling hyper-scale ingestion of millions of events from industrial assets and devices. Tsuyoshi Abe, Yokogawa vice president and head of the company's Marketing Headquarters, said: "For its 100th anniversary in 2015, Yokogawa came up with Co-innovating tomorrow as its new corporate brand slogan. Accordingly, we are making efforts to develop new solutions and create new value in collaboration with our customers and partners. "Telit's expertise in the Industrial Internet of Things segment combined with their outstanding portfolio of Internet of Things technology will allow us to accelerate our development of services. This added agility is exactly what we need to create that value." Yokogawa and Telit will hold a joint presentation on their IIoT partnership at Telit's IoT Innovation and the IoT Evolution Expo, both occurring February 7 to 10 in Ft Lauderdale, Florida.
timmy11
08/2/2017
20:28
Vikas Butaney, General Manager, Cisco IoT Connectivity: "Telit edge software on Cisco IoT Gateways enables customers and partners to access machine data with a broad range connectors for manufacturing and industrial deployments. "Cisco has a rich portfolio of industry specific IoT gateways with security, scale, compliance, with 4G LTE, Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity options and management to enable customer success for operational deployments. Now, customers have the flexibility to choose the most optimal IoT gateways, with Telit edge software, management and SI partners to deploy Connected Machine use-cases with confidence" Charlie McNiff, VP Business Development, Telit IoT Platforms: "Adding Cisco to our expanding ecosystem of Telit IoT partners is a notable advantage for the industry and our common customers. It will enable us to expand the market reach for both companies in the high-growth industrial IoT market."
timmy11
08/2/2017
20:27
London, 8 February 2017 - Telit Communications PLC (AIM: TCM, "Telit", the "Group"), a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), announced today that its deviceWISE Asset Gateway Software has been validated on the Cisco® ISR8x9 and Cisco 4000 families of routers. The software is now available as an integrated Cloud-ready Industrial IoT (IIOT) solution. These highly-secure and ruggedized Industry 4.0 appliances provide edge intelligence for industrial asset management, condition-based monitoring, predictive maintenance and other mission-critical IoT applications across industrial markets around the world. Telit and Cisco also engaged in a multi-faceted go-to-market collaboration that expands their market reach and readiness for their respective products and services. The deviceWISE Asset Gateway software is a smart agent with an extensive industrial protocol library based on decades of development and experience in the industrial automation space.
timmy11
07/2/2017
16:37
Sphere how long must we wait for the apology? Up to now your predictions of a major collapse in the share price have proven way off the mark, infact if you shorted when you initially said you would you are deep into the red, along with Enismore, who i can imagine that their exposure to Telit must me mind boggling. I'm sure the MMs and brokers are well aware of the shorters positions and also stand to lose if there is a major collapse, it will be interesting who will endeavour. Please don't call me Homey.
bazildonbond
06/2/2017
12:16
Homey, I'm not suggesting the accounting for development costs is incorrect, but I am taking them into consideration in deriving a valuation because these are ongoing recurring costs which will occur year in-year out. Now perhaps in the future all these development costs will result in revenues that allow the company to generate enough real profit that results in the development expenditure being dwarfed, and thus free cash being generated in bucket loads. At that point, yes of course the bulls will be vindicated. BUT going on past form that will not happen imo, it's the same year in-year out, no free cash generation. How many years do you want to give them? I don't think they will generate cash or generate enough to justify the valuation. That is the main driver behind why so many funds have gone short here and why they are happy to keep increasing their short. Ennismore are not distressed or worried in the slightest either. They're happily adding to their shorts because they either believe this is fraudulent in someway or grossly overvalued - that's my view though. I'm sure a short report will come out at some point and make things abit clearer - it's usually a given when so many funds are short. Get your exposure right here folks. No need to take the risk when there are plenty of other options which aren't attracting the same level of scrutiny. If there is something very wrong here, you'll only have yourselves to blame. That said, if I am proven wrong, I will happily come back and apologise to you all and say you were right. I will clearly happily accept any losses also. I'm genuinely intrigued to see how this one plays out by the way. It's absolutely fascinating when you have such a divide in opinion! All imo
sphere25
06/2/2017
11:23
Sphere25 I think you will find Telit’s accounting for the development costs to be standard practice, not only for the industry but for any company that has upfront costs and delayed revenue. The development costs should be spread over future periods to match the revenue. The tax department would never allow a company to expense development costs because it would provide the company with an immediate tax benefit by reducing their earnings. This is a simple accounting concept but if you not aware of it, I suggest you look into it. As for Ennismore, they seem to have the largest short position. My guess is they are sweating the most over their short position, desperate times calls for desperate measures. If you look at their short positions, it is clear it has been a nightmare for them, increasing their shorts whilst the share price increases hxxp://shorttracker.co.uk/manager/Ennismore%20Fund%20Management%20Limited/GB00B06GM726 I agree we need posters like you to provide balance to this forum, just lift your game if you can please.
homeytheclown
06/2/2017
09:58
Homey, You are indeed correct that the management (nor the bulls) are taking the cash flow concerns seriously, but that is to be expected. The actual cash earnings less capitalised development spend here means this company doesn't generate any earnings, thus the actual earnings per share are negative. So let's say they were positive and the company made 1p per share, the multiple here is almost 300, and that is a very scary multiple! Ennismore have increased their short RIGHT AFTER that recent acquisition so they also clearly believe something is very wrong with that acquisition. Starting to smell abit like Globo this at times. We can't just be having all bullish ramps on these boards you know ;-) All imo.
sphere25
06/2/2017
07:29
Tsuyoshi Abe, Yokogawa vice president and head of the company's Marketing Headquarters, said: "For its 100th anniversary in 2015, Yokogawa came up with Co-innovating tomorrow as its new corporate brand slogan. Accordingly, we are making efforts to develop new solutions and create new value in collaboration with our customers and partners. "Telit's expertise in the Industrial Internet of Things segment combined with their outstanding portfolio of Internet of Things technology will allow us to accelerate our development of services. This added agility is exactly what we need to create that value."
this_is_me
03/2/2017
17:06
Sphere25 A "cover up"? Wow, that is some lateral thinking there. Are you predicting an unsustainable increase in net debt? Your concerns regarding cash flow are not being taken seriously by Telit's management, it appears they are still acquiring businesses and more importantly intellectual property. Damn them for expanding their product and IP portfolio, growing revenue, increasing EPS each and every year....damn them to hell!! :) As for a "bonkers valuation", you do realize the FY16 P/E ratio is/should be 13 to 15. I know "bonkers" means crazy but I don't think a PE of 13-15 is crazy. If you wan't to talk down Telit, please do it with something of substance because most of the long-term holders are probably too busy spending their profits from this stock.
homeytheclown
02/2/2017
21:53
Sphere, We have just had a new boiler installed with a wireless thermostat that can communicate with the boiler from anywhere within the house and turn it on or off as required. It's immatterial whether or not it is using a Telit module to do this- it just re-affirms to me why this is the future and frankly I'm not too concerned about how Telit capitalises or writes off its huge R & D spend.
droid
02/2/2017
21:15
Right new news so I will comment: $8m for a company that will result in: "negative impact on the adjusted EBITDA by some $4 million" Are they using this company to cover up the lack of real profit? All speculation on my part, but this looks a suspicious acquistion (with more and more borrowed money). Oozi Cats but Oozi no cash, the market is onto you. Sell your stock at this bonkers valuation whilst you still can ;-) Keep shorting. All imo
sphere25
01/2/2017
08:00
Extending debt.
muffster
01/2/2017
07:32
http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/TCM/13113250.html I wonder where the CASH came from, earnings perhaps. ;-)
bazildonbond
01/2/2017
07:29
Those short positions still remain at 9.74% hTTp://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B06GM726/all
owenski
01/2/2017
07:21
That looksw like a good, long term, deal.
this_is_me
18/1/2017
11:54
It`s not clear. I`ve got Joanna looking into it. Will post her findings if she `phones back. No call re explanation by 4pm
arcadian
18/1/2017
08:07
Has Goldman Sachs just sold 3%?
technovator
17/1/2017
10:15
Just bought in for a trade let the short squeeze commence please
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