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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
  0.00 0.0% 20.00 20.00 21.00 20.10 20.10 20.10 84,166 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.5 -55.5 -22.0 - 48

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09/7/2019
20:58
"As an extremely fast, high-endurance nonvolatile memory, MRAM is poised to displace embedded flash and level 3 cache SRAM in both IoT and AI applications,” said Tom Sparkman, CEO of Spin Memory." “The availability of a high-volume manufacturing system from Applied Materials is a huge boost to the ecosystem, and we are thrilled to be working with Applied to deliver MRAM solutions accelerate its adoption.”
cf456
09/7/2019
19:19
HTTPS://www.enterpriseai.news/2019/07/09/applied-materials-launches-systems-for-new-memory-technologies-in-chips/
blueball
09/7/2019
11:00
Woodford fiasco continues
ragnarr
09/7/2019
08:21
The games beginning today would be nice!
mad foetus
08/7/2019
15:55
let the games begin ;-)
ragnarr
08/7/2019
05:44
'Activist investor Crystal Amber has threatened to call an emergency shareholder vote on Allied Minds’ controversial bonus scheme by the end of the month.'..Daily Telegraph -- Allied Minds’ ‘free bets’ bonus scheme angers investor Activist investor Richard Bernstein of Crystal Amber is threatening to call an EGM over pay for Allied Minds bosses Credit: David Rose Tom Rees 7 July 2019 • 10:32pm An activist investor in Allied Minds has threatened to call an ­emergency shareholder vote on the tech incubator’s controversial bonus scheme by the end of the month, ­pitting two of Neil Woodford’s ­investments against each other. Crystal Amber has warned it will force an extraordinary general meeting, arguing Allied Minds’ bonuses plan amounts to “free bets” for the management team, despite a share price collapse in recent years. Richard Bernstein, who runs Crystal Amber, said he would not rule out a vote to oust the company’s new leadership who only recently took over ­following the sudden departure of its chief executive and chairman. cont under subs HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/07/07/allied-minds-free-bets-bonus-schemeangers-investor/
gersemi
06/7/2019
12:15
HTTP://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Jobs/Federated-Wireless-Jobs-E1923964.htm FED-Wireless is on a hiring spree in the last 4 weeks
gersemi
05/7/2019
10:24
I've added today, risk/reward looks very good here.
mad foetus
03/7/2019
21:15
Been buying this for a few weeks now. I found this from Edison. It looks like ALM is entering into a period of upwards revaluation of its investments. The next 6 months could prove profitable for ALM investors especially so if Bernstein can force changes at ALM. 'Looking ahead to commercialisation With clear milestones for the three most promising assets in 2019 (HawkEye 360 –multiple product launches, funding; Federated Wireless –FCC approval, funding; Spin Memory –foundry contracts), we are hopeful that 2019 will start to deliver a reversal of sentiment.Given the recent rebasing of the portfolio and the NAV, it was reassuring that Allied Minds reconfirmed that it hopes to conclude successful funding rounds at HawkEye 360 and Federated Wireless in the short term' HTTP://www.edisongroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Allied-Minds-CEO-steps-down.pdf
gersemi
03/7/2019
19:39
Mr Bernstein setting out his views on twitterRichard Bernstein@CrystalAmberRB1·11hAllied Minds gifts £300k shares to its 2 new CEOs. Crystal Amber also gifts shares: to charities. In the last 18 months, £750k to worthy causes including WWF, and Cancer Research. Since IPOs, ALM has lost $500m: CA has returned 10% pa.ALM rewards failure. This must now stop
ragnarr
03/7/2019
14:40
https://www.fiercewireless.com/wireless/google-wispa-tout-results-study-sharing-c-bandGoogle and the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) are touting the results of a study that shows the viability of introducing shared spectrum between satellite earth stations and point-to-multipoint broadband systems (P2MP) in the C-Band.Specifically, the results of the study, presented by Virginia Tech Professor Jeff Reed on Tuesday, demonstrate that exclusion zones of about 10 kilometers are sufficient to protect most fixed-satellite service (FSS) earth stations from harmful interference caused by properly engineered co-channel P2MP broadband systems.Reed, who co-founded Federated Wireless, said he and his colleagues found that P2MP systems operating outside the exclusion zones could provide gigabit broadband access to more than 80 million Americans, particularly those in underserved communities.
ragnarr
02/7/2019
19:25
Alisdair - its going to be interesting to see how this plays out. Bernstein has already influenced recent activity and seems hell bent on taking it further. Who knows whats going on in the background - Woodford has 27%, Barnett has 23% and GIC have 8% Pritchard (who has already come out backing Bernstein has still got 6% and now Bernstein has 5%. His plan of ousting the management and cutting cost by 70% and then maximise the investments might now well appeal to Woodford et all. Estimated current Nav is about £1.30 (from memory) but my feeling is they would offload 7/8 of the companies quickly and stay with the core 4 that are now actually close to providing some very attractive returns over the coming years. Either way a win win for investors IMO
ragnarr
02/7/2019
17:24
Director buys,,,,,,,,,,a bit like busses :-)
cheshire man
02/7/2019
14:15
Next leg up on its way.
blueball
02/7/2019
14:01
He's going to need 75% though to back him which seems unlikely don't you think?
alasdair100new
02/7/2019
12:34
EGM on its way :-)
ragnarr
02/7/2019
12:09
hTtps://t.co/whSZW35wzM
cheshire man
02/7/2019
11:44
Sorry - just spending some time looking at The ALM investements. This relates to BridgeSat who are deemed to be one of the major players in the Optical Satellite Comms Industry. Global Optical Satellite Communication Industry was valued at USD 491 Million in the year 2018. Global Optical Satellite Communication Industry is further estimated to grow at a CAGR of 31.6% from 2018 to 2025 to reach USD 3355.01 Million. The communication industry has growing contineously due to the demand for increased connectivity. Communication technology plays a major role in all the industries for operating their businesses over the large distance across the globe. Telecommunication is the most prominent sectors which is responsible for providing internet connectivity to support the transmission of data.
ragnarr
02/7/2019
11:25
CBRS is really hotting up now and Federated wireless are acknowledged as one of the Leaders in the field. https://www.fiercewireless.com/wireless/southern-linc-seeks-ok-to-conduct-cbrs-experiments-alabama
ragnarr
02/7/2019
11:05
CA now above 5%
mirabeau
01/7/2019
19:47
WASHINGTON, D.C.–The Citizens Broadband Radio Service launch keeps inching closer and closer, although no one knows exactly when it will happen. At the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance event this week in D.C., Federated Wireless representatives spoke hopefully of possible going commercial "in just a few short weeks." So what, exactly, still needs to happen in order to get CBRS up and running?Paul Powell, assistant division chief at the Federal Communications Commission's Mobility Division, didn't offer up any specific timelines when he participated in a panel discussion on CBRS use cases and opportunities, but he did go over what is left in the process.The FCC has approved the first set of Environmental Sensing Capability operators to ensure that incumbent naval radars are protected along the coasts. The agency is now reviewing and moving forward on the approval of the first set of Spectrum Access System administrators and authorization for Initial Commercial Deployments.The SASes, which enable the proper sharing and protection of users in the three-tiered CBRS framework, recently went through testing with Institute for Telecommunications Sciences; participants have been provided with their draft test reports. Final test reports are in process by ITS and those must be submitted for review by agencies including the FCC so that the SAS operators can receive authorization. (Federated Wireless, once it received that draft, submitted it to the FCC in an attempt to jump-start final review. Federated said in its letter to the FCC that its SAS passed all of the more than 1,000 tests conducted by the Institute for Telecommunications Sciences.)Once the SAS operators are authorized, Initial Commercial Deployments (ICD) can begin. ICD is essentially formal field testing, although the networks will be considered commercial at that point. The WInnForum describes ICD as being used to prove the ability of Spectrum Access Systems and CBRS devices to perform properly in the field. It is a minimum period of 30 days, at which point a report on the results of ICD has to be submitted to the FCC for review.Once the ICD data has been reviewed, the SAS operators can receive final certification and approval to operate for five years. That is the point at which CBRS is well and truly open for large-scale business."We have a few steps left to go, but we're getting there," Powell said.Dave Wright, president of the CBRS Alliance and director of regulatory affairs and network standards for CommScope (which now owns Ruckus Wireless) was also a participant on the panel with Powell. He noted that in terms of the steps left, "there are a lot fewer than we have completed over the last 12 months." He said that a recent CBRS Alliance event featured demonstrations of 31 CBRS devices that are either already certified for operation, or soon will be, ranging from flagship smartphones to customer premise equipment to IoT modules and gateways.CBRS will launch initially with two of the three tiers of sharing enabled: incumbents, and General Authorized Access. The Priority Access tier will be licensed, but that auction is not expected to happen until 2020.
ragnarr
01/7/2019
16:46
Bernstein says he is upping his holding to 5% which roughly means he has to buy another 2m shares.
ragnarr
30/6/2019
22:58
Thanks, bluebell. I just thought the current situation may advance some discussion....obviously I was wrong. Shame, as if things go right, I believe this could be a multibagger....ATB
backinblack80
29/6/2019
20:38
You were right about the EGM well done.
blueball
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