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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Allied Minds Plc LSE:ALM London Ordinary Share GB00BLRLH124 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 1.05% 19.25 19.00 19.50 - 60,242 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 1.5 -16.2 -6.0 - 47

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/3/2016
14:46
Do you think the increase after 2pm most days recently is shorts buying back?
nimbo1
17/3/2016
19:33
I suppose so. this could easily hit £50 if STT goes commercial
r ball
17/3/2016
19:00
Nice RNS yesterday.
freddie ferret
10/3/2016
09:13
A most welcome rise in the share price Are the good times returning I wonder?
skinwalker
29/2/2016
09:38
Hard to see why the share price is so low. - Spin transfer has working prototype and has signed a co-development agreement with a major memory company; - Federeated Wireless working with Google, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm and Rukkas to develop new mobile infrastructure. Google not bidding in next auction and aligning to this new infrastructure. hxxp://www.fiercewireless.com/story/google-wont-bid-fccs-600-mhz-incentive-auction/2016-02-12 Federated Wireless gets revenue for spectrum that google and others use. - Statement mentions that number of companies in commercialization phase doubled to 6. This looks positive as Sciflor and Optio are mentioned above Spin transfer and Federated Wireless in the trading statement. - Not sure why the short sellers don’t quit now wait for the price to go up and then return? - Mail, FT, three brokers all with strong buy recommendations, surely it must go up fairly quickly and when it does the short sellers will find it hard to buy 10m shares.
sabor1
23/2/2016
16:16
Pulled the plug and lights gone out on any public information/discussion of this company it seems. Overheard in the Long Room (In depth comment and analysis) Paul Murphy posted on The Wall of Worry: "Whitman Howard on Allied Minds" Professional market participants who understand the complexities of the financial instruments, together with the attendant risks. Not suitable for retail clients.
liquidkid
23/2/2016
15:47
as the not so Great British Pound goes south, shouldn't ALM go north, since most/all their investments are valued in dollars....
catscats
22/2/2016
15:39
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-02-22/facebook-s-plea-to-telecom-companies-let-s-work-on-5g-together If Federated Wireless and Google can be part of the solution the Allied Minds share price will be on the way up again in 2016. Facebook's Plea to Telecom Companies: Let's Work on 5G Together February 22, 2016 — 7:00 AM GMT Company needs faster networks as customers use more video Mark Zuckerberg will make pitch at Mobile World Congress Facebook Inc. needs mobile phone data networks to work better and faster. So they’re asking telecommunications companies to partner with them and share designs, in an initiative that could accelerate the spread of 5G connectivity. Facebook made the same pitch with data-center storage and networking equipment through its Open Compute project, ultimately allowing the company and its partners to save billions in infrastructure costs. The company’s focus is moving to telecommunications as it builds products for live-streaming video and virtual reality, which require fast, high-bandwidth connections. Special Report: Mobile World Congress 2016 View our full coverage of this year's Mobile World Congress. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg will make the plea to telecom companies at the Mobile World Congress, a gathering this week of industry leaders in Barcelona, Spain. Facebook is trying to get the equipment industry and carriers to share designs and technology that will speed up the adoption of faster networks. By doing so, the company is aiming to repeat its success in lowering the costs of equipment such as servers and storage devices. “By putting together flexible building blocks, we will be able to build much more efficient networks in the future,” said Jason Taylor, vice president for infrastructure at Facebook. “No one company can do it alone.” Early Support Facebook already has some support. Intel Corp. and Nokia Oyj will work with Facebook on the initial designs, while Deutsche Telekom AG and SK Telecom Co. will use the first technology that comes out of the project, Facebook said. One focus is making sure that modern networks can be easily updated to fit growing needs, using data-center technology, Taylor said. In the U.S., to help stimulate development, the two largest wireless carriers Verizon Communications Inc. and AT&T Inc. have scheduled the first 5G field tests for sometime this year. The first agreement on industry standards is still years away and the introduction of the first 5G service of any type isn’t expected until 2020. “We see 5G development starting in a lot of countries right now, particularly Japan, Korea and the U.S.,” said Hassan Ahmed, CEO of Acton, Massachusetts-based Affirmed Networks Inc., a supplier of equipment and software for mobile network operators. Carriers have already started to work together on getting to 5G networks, which can be five to 10 times faster than the current 4G networks, Ahmed said. Facebook is trying to influence an industry where best practices are already established. Currently, carriers pay large sums of money to experienced providers, and find it difficult to spend on upgrades until the last batch of equipment is paid off. It’s been difficult for new equipment providers to come in and create competition that lowers prices. “Scaling traditional telecom infrastructure to meet this global data challenge is not moving as fast as people need,” Jay Parikh, Facebook’s head of engineering, said in a blog post. “Driving a faster pace of innovation in telecom infrastructure is necessary to meet these new technology challenges and to unlock new opportunities for everyone in the ecosystem.”
nimbo1
21/2/2016
17:37
Ah! Thank-you bamboo
skinwalker
21/2/2016
14:33
Federated Wireless
bamboo2
21/2/2016
10:02
Nimbo sorry if I'm being stupid, but how does this (post 469) involve Allied Minds?
skinwalker
19/2/2016
08:22
Federated Wireless, Google, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm and Ruckus Wireless Commit to Develop and Promote Solutions Using 3.5 GhZ CBRS BARCELONA - February 18, 2016 - Six wireless industry leaders today announced their shared commitment to develop, market and promote solutions utilizing the U.S. 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS). The six companies-Federated Wireless, Google, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm Incorporated and Ruckus Wireless-believe that CBRS will be critical to drive innovation, support new business models and spur economic growth. Last April, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted rules for CBRS, which opens 150 MHz of spectrum (3550-3700 MHz) for commercial use. Because spectrum access is actively coordinated based on priority and granular location, it becomes possible for regulators to make previously allocated spectrum available to new entrants and services-while providing necessary protections for incumbent users of the band. The six companies aim to build a robust ecosystem of industry participants and make CBRS solutions as widely available as possible. For example, private enterprises, venues and fixed operators could autonomously deploy high-quality in-building LTE networks into which all mobile network subscribers can roam. Operators could benefit from a significantly expanded footprint and capacity on new spectrum, while subscribers could enjoy a consistent wireless broadband experience-particularly in challenging places such as indoor locations, venues and corporate campuses. The companies will continue to work with the industry to develop CBRS solutions and further build out the 3.5 GHz ecosystem. For instance, the companies are participating in the Wireless Innovation Forum's efforts to develop and drive the adoption of standards around the unique aspects of operation in the CBRS band, which include providing an interface to the central spectrum coordination systems, actively protecting Federal operations, and managing the coexistence among those sharing the band. The companies are working towards LTE-based field trials in the second half of this year, and several will showcase CBRS-ready technologies at Mobile World Congress. Company Support "We are honored to partner with other wireless networking stalwarts in enabling carriers and enterprises to seamlessly and cost effectively alleviate spectrum management challenges and substantially improve the performance and capacity of wireless networks," said Sarosh Vesuna, senior vice president, corporate development and strategic alliances for Federated Wireless. "Google is very pleased to be one of the companies driving this technology," said Milo Medin, vice president, access, Google. "CBRS will benefit all participants in the wireless ecosystem, but most particularly, the users of mobile devices." "In-building cellular coverage and capacity is an increasingly important component of both enterprise and residential consumers. Intel is committed to work with wireless networking organizations to address spectrum management challenges, come up with solutions which cater to commercially viable coverage and capacity requirements for both carriers and consumers, and ultimately service the data demands that will be critical for 5G and beyond," said Asha Keddy, vice president, next generation and standards group, Intel Corporation. "Over 75 percent of today's global mobile data traffic is generated indoors, and the majority of customer complaints come from those indoor users," said Chris Stark, head of North America business development for Nokia. "Our industry needs to address this by expanding the capacity of new coverage technologies so that we eliminate potential indoor bottlenecks as the capacity of macro networks continues to grow. Nokia is proud to join other industry leaders in bringing the next generation of coverage and capacity technology to the world." "Accelerating the development and deployment of LTE-based solutions in 3.5 GHz bands is critical to meet the ever-growing demand for mobile data," said Ed Tiedemann, senior vice president, engineering, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., and head of standards and industry organizations. "We look forward to continuing our collaboration with this group of technology leaders and all other stakeholders to expand the 3.5 GHz ecosystem." "We're thrilled to collaborate with other industry leaders to drive CBRS adoption. Working together, we will ensure CBRS dramatically expands the wireless footprint, especially within buildings where cellular and Wi-Fi technologies intersect," said Steve Martin, senior vice president and general manager of emerging technologies for Ruckus Wireless. "LTE CBRS services represent a cost-effective way for mobile operators to expand their footprint in-building, and this ultimately translates to better service for subscribers."
nimbo1
18/2/2016
12:25
Since Spinning Transvestfer Technology (STT) is the queen jewel in the portfolio & worth over a quarter of a billion unicorn. here's something for the grey matter. The traditional memory hierarchy is fairly straightforward: DRAM, NAND and SRAM SRAM is integrated into the processor for cache. DRAM is used for main memory. And disk drives and NAND-based solid-state storage drives (SSDs) are used for storage. new wave of next-generation, nonvolatile memories are: 1. 3D NAND (Samsung is shipping and gaining steam.) 2. MRAM Magnetoresistive RAM i.e. spin-transfer torque MRAM (STT-MRAM) 3. ReRAM falls under these categories: embedded (Panasonic and Adesto are shipping), 2D, 3D cross-point (Intel & Micron) and 3D vertical. 4. NRAM carbon nanotube RAMs (Nantero is ramping up what it calls NRAM) 5. PCM phase-change memory, appears to be fading from the picture. Everspin, Micron, Samsung, SK Hynix, Toshiba and others are developing STT-MRAM. But to date, Everspin (using GlobalFoundries) is the only vendor shipping MRAM. The other day, Using a 60 nanometre perpendicular magnetic tunnel junction device a 'working' Prototype of a Orthogonal Spin Transfer Magneto-Resistive Random Access Memory, OST-MRAM™ has been Produced by STT, a Wooffund/Allied Minds Company.
liquidkid
16/2/2016
09:28
Woodford has backed this stock from the earliest days - doing the pre IPO rounds at invesco. Looking at the long term instead of the 1 year chart...not too bad I would say.
nimbo1
15/2/2016
19:05
Woodford is losing his touch. Happens to us all
skinwalker
02/2/2016
16:14
I think it interesting as only a small volume has a large impact on the price. Going to be difficult to exit the short position. Wonder if Neil Woodford is still restricted, if so some good news must be pending. If not wonder if he is going to buy the 4m shares imminently.
sabor1
02/2/2016
15:02
ignoramus bashibozuk NINCOMPOOP!
liquidkid
02/2/2016
14:57
Nonsense Gibberish Drivel
skinwalker
02/2/2016
14:38
If you had any skin in this game Mr Walker you and your imaginary monikers would be very worried. Don't look at the finger, but keep watching.
liquidkid
02/2/2016
14:22
I don't think you offend anybody Mr Ball. Your £50 share price prediction is a little on the optimistic side I fear. It may happen, but will it happen before the end of our little universe I wonder? Don't worry about Liquidkid - nobody else does!
skinwalker
02/2/2016
12:55
these bulletin boards are fast losing their interest. I have removed my comments as they obviously offend some.
r ball
02/2/2016
12:34
Ah Mr Ball. Bullish as ever I see !
skinwalker
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