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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arkle Resources Plc LSE:ARK London Ordinary Share IE00B2357X72 ORD EUR0.0025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.095 -9.55% 0.90 0.85 0.95 0.995 0.90 1.00 527,619 09:28:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 3

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07/3/2004
23:40
Mini CPU Ramps up Throughput At Low Power Electronic Design - March 1, 2004 http://www.elecdesign.com/Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=7454
hugepants
03/3/2004
13:54
Nearly 6 hours into the day & not a single trade, just one that was cancelled. Intel mid-Qtr update after US close Thursday may have a bearing on near-term direction.
nur0mancer
02/3/2004
14:05
Here we go, some news. A licensing contract win (from arc.com). PRESS RELEASE - March 1 2004 ARC International Licenses ARCtangent-A5™ Processor for Leapster™ Multimedia Learning System Combined RISC/DSP Capabilities Provide High-Performance, Low-Power Processor Solution for Consumer Electronics San Jose, Calif., March 1, 2004 – ARC International (LSE: ARK), a world leader in user-customizable processors, silicon peripheral IP, real-time operating system and development tools for embedded system design, today announced that LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc. a leading designer, developer and marketer of innovative technology-based educational products, has licensed the ARCtangent A5.1™ processor core for the Leapster™ Multimedia learning system, an award-winning new portable learning system. As a combined 32-bit RISC/DSP processor, the ARCtangent-A5 delivers greater performance than a stand-alone RISC processor, while at the same time consuming less power than other combined RISC/DSP solutions, making it a cost-efficient, solution-of-choice for consumer electronics applications. Designed as an educational game player, electronic storybook reader, digital art studio and interactive video player, the Leapster platform teaches children to learn in the ways they like to play. A cartridge-based handheld learning system, the Leapster handheld is designed for children, ages 4-8, and delivers educational software for reading, math, music and other basic skills. Announced in October 2003, Leapster was named one of the hottest toys for Christmas 2003 by experts such as Jim Silver, co-publisher of Toy Wishes magazine, the Toy Industry Association (TIA) and Ann Orr, senior editor at Children's Software Revue. "We required a low-power, low-cost, multi-functional microprocessor that could perform real-time tasks and the ARCtangent A5 provided the best solution," said Mike Perkins, Senior Vice President of Research and Development at LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc. "LeapFrog is an innovator in the educational electronic products industry, and we are pleased that our processor expertise allowed our ARCtangent technology to integrated into the Leapster handheld, one of this year's most popular toys, " said Pete Hutton, vice president and general manager of the processor business unit at ARC International. "LeapFrog continues to make advances in educational electronics, and we look forward to working with them on future next-generation consumer electronics. The ARCtangent-A5 can be configured and extended to best meet the demanding performance requirements of DSP applications, such as complex portable devices, as well as provide the RISC processing that many DSP applications now require, all in a small, single processor core. Optional DSP extensions, such as multiply-accumulate functions and configurable XY memory, increase computational power and data throughput, enabling the ARCtangent-A5 to increase performance for complex DSP applications without losing any of its RISC functionality.
hugepants
01/3/2004
21:37
Good volume again. ALL the trades look like sells but Im guessing the large trades at 22p are buys?
hugepants
28/2/2004
16:45
Expected to find this already posted, but if it has been - can't find it. Easily the most interesting news I've seen recently, notwithstanding the recent ones that have been posted here. A shrewd move: ARC Joins Open Core Protocol Group Online staff -- Electronic News, 2/23/2004 The Open Core Protocol International Partnership (OCP-IP) today announced that ARC International has joined the SOC design organization http://www.reed-electronics.com/electronicnews/article/CA385600?spacedesc=news With the membership, ARC plans to implement the OCP interfaces in its ARC 600 processor. The embedded IP company intends to add OCP-IP interfaces to AMBA and BVCI bus supported processor during 2004 with the intention that it will be a native interface to the ARC 600. ARC is also planning for all future processor releases to have native OCP-IP interfaces. "Our customers are building complex SOCs with ARC-based products, that have high performance interfaces," said David Fritz, ARC's VP of marketing, in a statement. "Such SOC designs require an open, standards-driven interconnect model that allows scalability in delivering the highest performance possible while enabling IP reuse and limiting design risks. OCP-IP addresses this need and has strong support from the industry." The partnership, announced in December 2001, aims to promote and support the open core protocol as the complete socket standard that allows rapid creation and integration of interoperable virtual components. Other companies in the group include Nokia, TI and STMicro.
davidhel
27/2/2004
16:42
The options are simply part of the new CEOs renumeration package. Not significant given there are 145M shares in issue. And the guy certainly seems to have the right credentials/experience. Not a reason for bailing out IMO. Im holding for 30p.
hugepants
27/2/2004
15:47
Ameer, reluctantly I am forced to agree with you, not exactly an onerous target for those options. No sign of an actual director buy in the market of course. Parted company with my latest holding, profit's a profit after all. No volume at all today & would expect the price to drift again, but who knows? Infuriating company!
nur0mancer
27/2/2004
15:28
ARC International plc has granted Carl Schlachte, its recently appointed Chief Executive, an option over two million, five hundred thousand 0.1p Ordinary Shares at a price of 20.75p ?????? These would be exercisable over the period 25 February 2005 to 25 February 2014. This is another example of bad management. How can they promote confidence in ARC, when their CE can buy 2.5 million shares for 20p/share in ten years time? Not to mention the £50,000,000 they wasted last year on buying shares. ARC's share price sums it all!
ameer
27/2/2004
10:02
Futures well up yet 2 hours gone & not one trade! Nasty spread, amazing how overlooked this stock is.
nur0mancer
26/2/2004
19:27
ARC International plc ARC International PLC ('the Company') The Company received a notification today from Legal & General Investment Management Limited, on behalf of Legal & General Group plc and/or its subsidiaries, informing it that they have a notifiable interest in 4,344,000 ordinary shares representing 3.01% of the issued ordinary share capital of the Company. 26 February 2004
hugepants
26/2/2004
14:06
yep sounds right.
hugepants
26/2/2004
13:34
Hi HP, not so sure they are Sells, the 250,000 & 330,000 today were almost certainly Buys (based on Level 2 Quote Change & online Quote Buy versus Sell prices)
nur0mancer
26/2/2004
13:32
Most of the trades recently have looked like sells (T+10ers selling?). However price going up so not complaining. Perhaps a large underlying buyer?
hugepants
25/2/2004
09:10
Scaling back in @ 21, ~61.8% Fibonacci retracement of recent upmove 18.5-24.5 & we had what appeared to be 250,000 Buy near close yesterday.
nur0mancer
23/2/2004
03:08
swindongeorge I've been hanging on for ages. Should have taken the 29p when they offered the buy-back last year but I thought with only half as many shares they would rise in price. I've just sold out at 22p but my average was only 24p, so I haven't lost much and look they are slowly falling again so I might get back in at a lower figure. 94% sounds terminal, where was your stop-loss? If I were you I would put them in a drawer and pretend they are a total loss, concentrate on other shares and come back in 2-3 years. Why put yourself through the wringer week after week. Forget them, it's going to be a long time before they get to £3.66 which is 100% of your money.
charlienunn
21/2/2004
21:22
Its your call mate.
hvs
21/2/2004
17:14
please someone talk english to me,i am down 94% on this stock,should i hang on in,or just hang myself.
swindongeorge
20/2/2004
21:41
You has to help yourself. You puts money down and see what happens. This company is going places. Pity you see a laugh as someone overpaid.
hvs
18/2/2004
08:11
News on the website. ARC™ Announces USB Host and Device Software Development Kits February 17 2004 http://www.arc.com/newsevents/PressRelease.html?id=141 AND ARC™ 700 Raises the Bar for High Performance, Low Gate Count Processors February 16 2004 http://www.arc.com/newsevents/PressRelease.html?id=140
hugepants
16/2/2004
17:28
Interesting (two): http://www.electronicsweekly.co.uk/issue/dailynews.asp#A6 ARC raises performance with 400MHz processor Richard Ball ARC has split its processor line in two, keeping the ARC600 design for low power, and introducing the ARC700, a more complex design for higher performance. The firm claimed the seven stage pipeline ARC700 will achieve 400MHz in TSMC's 0.13µm process and using standard libraries from Artisan. To improve instructions/clock, ARC has added circuitry for out of order execution, dynamic branch prediction and parallel load/store. "With hit-under-miss operation we can accept two cache misses without stalling the pipeline," said David Fritz, v-p of marketing at ARC. The memory port has been doubled in width to 64-bits, the main benefit of which is reduced power consumption. Dynamic branch prediction is configurable for length, while there is more data forwarding to reduce dependencies in the pipeline. ARC is quoting power of 0.15mW/MHz and a die size of 0.56mm² in 0.13µm CMOS. These figures are almost identical to those for the ARM968E. By comparison the ARC600 is 0.15mm² and draws 0.04mW/MHz, but can only reach 290MHz, said the firm. Existing ARC600 code will run without modification on the 700, but will achieve better performance if recompiled, said Fritz. The compiler has been altered to make use of instruction scheduling, while maintaining support for both the 32 and 16-bit instruction sets. ARC has also specified a 'CPU island', which wraps the core with a bus arbiter and bus interface, supporting the BVCI and AMBA busses. This makes the core easy to deisgn into multi-processor systems, said Fritz.
davidhel
16/2/2004
11:43
Interesting: http://www.eetimes.com/story/OEG20040212S0021
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