|Good evening to everyone and what better to do after a lovely relaxing lunch, yes that's right, catch up with the BB.Unfortunately it has descended further into the mire and the fault lies with the BOD.I have read the articles for and against a decent stream of news and I am firmly on the side of those who want,nay demand it.They have used my cash to build the company and I can see no reason why I cannot be told, instead if the constant research to find out what is going on.
There are some very clever people on here who post for and against this company and that is what freedom of speech is all about. Yet there is one who posts in a very strange sort of way and believe me he/she is not what it appears to be.Some weeks ago I posted on another BB that I was about to reduce my holdings to a manageable, sleep well, amount at the same time I knew of a group of friends who held a very large amount and they wanted out.So you can imagine how I felt when a poster on here joyfully announced that shares from the previous pacing were being sold, when infact they were not. On this subject it is no use moaning about people buying shares on the cheap in the placings, join them. Register your interest with both of the Brokers and ask them to inform you, so that you can participate in any future fund raising.
Finally I note the often maligned subject of shorting of this stock. All I can say is that I check the weekly lists of AIM shorted stocks and I have never seen TERN mentioned.
I believe in this company but not the way it treats its lifeblood...INVESTORS.
Good Luck to all invested
|Sweepie, I get the feeling that I am indeed in a minority now.
Things at home are fine now. Thanks.|
|Think you are in the minority Mike, if you did a straw poll you might well get at least one vote, hope all has settled down at home|
|Having Tern copy and paste it into an RNS is going to achieve what exactly?
Well for a start an official RNS means confirmation to base an investment decision on.
Perhaps no RNS means all this partnerships are nothing in terms of revenue generation in which case an RNSNON could suffice.
Most companies do not have an issue to communicate with its shareholders and the wider market!|
|Happier share holders of Tern for one as it helps to evaporate those worries lots on here have and because it is freely available there is nothing to stop them.|
|Al get all the info they need directly, something we have no access to|
|Just an observation but Sweepie wouldn't have been able to construct his list if progress was being 'hidden' from PIs.
The very fact that he's been able to contruct such a comprehensive list from information freely available in the public domain proves that nothing is being 'hidden'.
As I pointed out before, Alsop-louie don't release ANY news of their investments, nothing at all, no running commentary, until they get sold.
Are we to assume AL are 'hiding' things? Are we to assume AL have dishonest motives?
I appreciate the current share price is frustrating but Sweepies list shows beyond a shadow of doubt that massive progress is being made at DA.
Having Tern copy and paste it into an RNS is going to achieve what exactly?|
|Latest letter please any suggestions please post away
I am a shareholder in Tern and have been for approx 18 months, I was attracted by your holding in Device Authority and have been impressed by their progress. What I haven't been impressed by is the lack of communication by Tern in telling the market and its shareholders, as a result the market has marked down the shares by approx 75% since I first invested. Unless its part of a masterplan this radio silence I would ask you to issue a general update headlined MAJOR PROGRESS AT DEVICE AUTHORITY and tell the market the following
Major partners signed like AMAZON
Security software for major GCE medical product
Embedded in Intel software
Embedded in ARM computer chips
Security for vibration sensors
Security for world's largest CCTV supplier
Device Authority is a Silver sponssor at IOT Security foundation event on 6/12/16
Device Authority is a platinum Sponsor at IOT Tech Expo in London in January 2017
Live deployed examples of Device Authorities software include:
• Smart Cities
Most of these new developments could be seen as price sensitive and its a total puzzle why you choose to keep the market in the dark as well as allowing shareholders investments to go down.
I have informed the adviser and he stated he would look into this matter, could you advise whether he has been in touch.
A concerned shareholder|
|It's obvious they don't give a monkeys about pi's. Happy to have used our money to get things going and now just giving it the mushroom treatment|
|Just a ticking clock to the transnational news release that will fire the price upwards at a increasing speed. We know it works, no evidence has been offered up to say any partner has its doubts about it, IOT is a huge huge future market as long as concerns about security can be addressed and that's where DA come in.
The biggest threat here is the radio silence and that silence gives the threat that the present LTHs of Tern get diluted to hell and back or its a cheap MBO on the cards therefore a release giving us all the present updates of DA is the bare minimum that Tern should do, no need why they don't and it would allow the LTHs to become less wary of their Tern investment.
So many markets to operate in, JUST TELL US NOW AND AGAIN|
The five-page letter, written by Apple's director of product integrity Steve Kenner, urges the regulator to not introduce too many rules on the testing of self-driving cars, saying that "established manufacturers and new entrants should be treated equally."
It also proposes that companies in the industry share data from crashes and near-misses in order to build a more comprehensive picture than one company could manage alone, and therefore enable the design of better systems.
However, it adds that an individual's privacy should not be compromised by the sharing of such data. It suggests that the industry and regulators "address privacy challenges associated with the collection, use, and sharing of automated vehicle data", with collaboration from privacy experts outside the automotive industry.|
|Be announced on the day surely if there is anything new to be released but won't matter here as Tern won't bother releasing it, it will just be another addition to my letter|
|We could do with some news for the iotsf event.|
|Unlike DA not to be up to speed on their web site still showing 30/11/16 event on their future events page.
But one thing I have noticed is that they are really pushing the idea of CCTV security at the moment, just thinking out loud but just maybe they are not far from signing an agreement, another strand to an evolving stream of revenue.|
|Device Authority @DeviceAuthority
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Dec 4 2016
Device Authority @DeviceAuthority
Two New Reports Examine Electric Grid Security, Intelligent Lighting and the Internet of Things hxxps://t.co/cexecDSpWv by @ForbesPR
Dec 4 2016
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We recently launched a Partner Portal! If you're a @DeviceAuthority partner, please register and check it out.… hxxps://t.co/bJaz1xOcYr
Dec 3 2016|
|No one else can do what we do ! - Mike said so.|
|So are we involved?|
|The new AWS Snowball Edge also comes with AWS Greengrass embedded, and computing power equivalent to an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) m4.4 xlarge instance for local processing tasks. This means customers can execute AWS Lambda functions and process data locally on the AWS Snowball Edge, making it possible to collect and analyze sensor data streams, transcode multimedia content, compress images in-real time, or run a local Amazon S3-compatible file server. Ordering an AWS Snowball Edge is as easy as a few clicks in the AWS Management Console where customers can configure Amazon S3 buckets and AWS Lambda functions. When the AWS Snowball Edge arrives, customers simply connect it to their network, set the IP address, and use the included Snowball Validation tool to unlock the AWS Snowball Edge for use. AWS Snowball Edge includes the same embedded cryptography and security as the original AWS Snowball, and all data stored is automatically encrypted using 256 bit encryption keys, which customers own and manage in the AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS). With AWS Snowball Edge, encryption is now performed on the device, instead of on the client, producing higher performance and data throughput rates.|
|Intel & AWS...
Amazon & Intel Coming Together
According to PC Mag, from Nest Learning Thermostat and Amazon Echo to the August Smart Lock and Philips Hue light bulbs, there are already many gadgets on the smart home market. Now, Amazon and Intel are coming together to advance the smart home industry.
Intel outlined its vision for what the Smart Home can be today and in the near future.
All sounds very familiar.
Intel Architecture can provide AWS Greengrass a scalable, robust platform for end-to-end consistent software and hardware connectivity. It can optimize and run on edge, cloud, or both. More details are provided by the AWS news release.|
|Sw Lol ...don't know he's new,Must be there for a good reason though|
|Kk, who is Craig itchycrack?|
|Like thingworx, I wonder if we will start to work with other AWS partners??
More force multipliers.|
|Stewart AlsopStewart alsopp Co-Founder and Partner @ Alsop Louie PartnersBoard Member (since 2016) Craig EtchegoyenBoard Member (since 2016) Craig S. Etchegoyen, Co-Founded Uniloc Usa, Inc. in 1999 and also serves as its President and Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Etchegoyen is a successful technology entrepreneur and leads all product strategy and intellectual property development for Uniloc. In 1999, prior to co-founding Uniloc USA, he was founder, President and Chairman of Senior Explorer, a leading 'seniors' portal that also developed the first senior-friendly computer and successfully acquired customers ...Read Full Background Al SistoChairman @ Device Authority IncChairman of the Board of Directors (since 2014)Must have missed this one Stewart Alsopp is on DA board|