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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
  -0.05 -4.17% 1.15 1.10 1.20 1.20 1.15 1.20 2,622,151 15:17:09
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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/6/2004
22:49
no the shares are suspended awaiting annoncement
moonblue
17/6/2004
22:32
I've been holding these for a few months, and thought I'd see how they were doing. Bit surprised to see the share price hasn't moved a tick in a month - did the mms go on Holiday or am I missing something here?
jhoebloggs
17/6/2004
22:31
I've been holding these for a few months, and thought I'd see how they were doing. Bit surprised to see the share price hasn't moved a tick in a month - did the mms go on Holiday or am I missing something here?
jhoebloggs
10/6/2004
09:14
Emblaze is interesting, but they are a semi and in the current market environment they have a higher valuation than an IP provider. That may turn round again in the future though. Right now ARC is not even seen as being worth its cash pile. It's trading 20-30% down on cash in the bank. Let's see what the first half announcement is like, that will define where this ship is going.
sventhefish
08/6/2004
11:53
I dont know if its comparing like with like but Emblaze Semiconductors were sold yesterday for 52M US dollars. Revenues were low (Im not sure the amount but Im pretty sure sub 5M US) and operating loss was 8.5M US dollars. And the company only had net assets of 750K. With the 50M R&D invested in ARC since 2000 Id hope ARC is worth a lot more than its cash pile
hugepants
08/6/2004
06:57
Next round of excitement is presumably when the first half results are announced. Anyone know when that will be? Late July?
sventhefish
06/6/2004
17:48
Any mention in Techinvest again? Apologies if I woke anyone from their coma ;-)
nur0mancer
19/5/2004
15:42
A 1.2M trade just gone through at 22p.
hugepants
11/5/2004
09:53
CENTURION ELECTRONICS (CUC) reported 60% jump in sales this morning, demand for their in car gadgets is strong. This should bode well for ARC. Certainly ARC's products are well positioned to take advantage of the multi-media devices/gadgets. I had a look on ARC's website, and they listed a few partners. Does anyone know who are the main customers of ARC or their parners, and what sort of market share they have ?
woodpecker3303
05/5/2004
17:46
Theres 3 new 'Arc in News' articles dated 4th May on the website. They can be accessed from here. http://www.arc.com/newsevents/arc-in-the-news.html
hugepants
05/5/2004
07:22
check out their Website, www.arc.com now got a jazzy picture for the release of the important ARC 700 processor (THE WORLDS SMALLEST 400MHZ PROCESSOR). Head to Head with ARM?
jc111
04/5/2004
14:59
not for long chuck this is going north all the last announcements embedded software related nice pick this you get the business for free
jc111
04/5/2004
14:28
Over 37.2 million in cash THAT IS MORE THAN THE MARKETCAP WHY ARE THEY RATED SO CHEAP?
hamidahamida
04/5/2004
11:08
Thank you erbullion - this remains on my watchlist
nur0mancer
04/5/2004
11:07
yes and put in portfolio
erbullion
04/5/2004
08:22
I presume this was tipped in Techinvest again, any subscribers please confirm?
nur0mancer
04/5/2004
08:06
Cheers. eet.com is a good site. There are quite a few articles mentioning both ARC and Tensilica. And theres an April interview with Arc's new CEO. http://www.eet.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=18900512
hugepants
04/5/2004
07:55
The Tensilica patents made it seem as if Tensilica were the leader in the configurable processor space, whereas the reality is that ARC was and is the leader. The voiding of the patents by the US PTO on the basis of prior art show that while Tensilica's marketing is good, a lot of what they produce is smoke and mirrors. ARC on the other hand has good technology, but seems very shy in revealing it to the general (i.e. non geek) public.
sventhefish
04/5/2004
07:21
Sven , Can you explain the relevance to Arc of the above link? thanks. The number of trades this morning would suggest its been tipped somewhere.
hugepants
04/5/2004
07:05
http://www.eet.com/semi/news/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=19400017 This is good news for ARC, but I'm not sure it justifies an 8% leap in the share price?
sventhefish
28/4/2004
09:34
The latest news release from arc.com PRESS RELEASE - April 27 2004 ARC™ Extends its Security Software with Secured Socket Layer and Secured Socket Shell Protocols and Hardware Accelerated Encryption Tightly integrated hardware-software security solution provides accelerated secure communications in network connected control applications reducing development time, optimizing performance and reducing development cost Dallas, Texas April 26, 2004 –ARC International (LSE: ARK) today announced the addition of Secured Socket Layer (SSL) and Secured Socket Shell (SSH) protocols and integration with several on-chip encryption accelerators for IPSec, SSL and SSH to IPShield™, its security software product. This allows secure internet-to-internet data transmission, secure web transmission and VPN encryption for TCP/IP for a wide range of networking and industrial applications requiring protection from outside vulnerabilities. See related press release "ARC International Announces Security Software for Embedded Networking Applications" in August 2003. The IPShield software is compliant with Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standards, including IPSec and Internet Key Exchange (IKE), SSL and SSH protocols, and it supports a variety of security algorithms, including DES, 3DES, AES, MD5 and SHA. With the addition of on-chip encryption accelerator support in IPShield for the Motorola MPC875/MPC885 and MPC8248/MPC8272 PowerPC™ processor families, developers achieve optimal security performance for their applications by offloading CPU intensive cryptographic operations without having to write the code themselves. And as more aspects of day-to-day-life, such as paying taxes and voting, require increased security levels, semiconductor vendors will deliver more powerful and advanced on-chip security solutions, continuing to drive up the complexity of embedded software applications. ARC's security-focused software minimizes the development risks and allows designers to focus on product differentiation and innovation rather than repetitive development and integration effort. "Enabling safe and secure communication is critical with the proliferation of connected embedded devices. Our close customer relationships allow us to develop security solutions in tune with our customers design focus today and in the future." said Jeri Ann May, ARC Software Marketing Director. "ARC is dedicated to advancing our security portfolio with new security protocols and off-the-shelf support for on-chip hardware-accelerated encryption of network traffic, so developers can achieve optimal performance and minimal cost for their designs." Pricing and Availability The IPShield-IPSec software is shipping today with pricing starting at $30,000 for a single product license. On-chip hardware accelerator algorithms for IPShield-IPSec will be included starting in Q2 2004. The IPShield-SSL and IPShield-SSH protocols and on-chip hardware accelerator algorithms will be available in Q2 2004 with pricing starting at $25,000 for a single product license. All software from ARC is royalty free with source code provided. ARC will be demonstrating its IPShield software for Motorola PowerPC and ColdFire processors at the Motorola Smart Network Developer Forum in Dallas, booth #500. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- About ARC ARC International is a worldwide provider of high quality software and knowledge for developers of embedded systems who are looking to reduce the time, effort and cost of bringing their products to market. ARC's portfolio of integrated software, featuring the MetaWare® development tools and MQX™, a royalty-free real-time operating system (RTOS) provided in full source code, operates on many popular processors, and includes excellent technical support. Streamlined for application development in industrial control, networking, consumer and storage markets, ARC's software solutions allow customers to succeed at meeting their goal for on-time and on-budget product development. With technology based on more than 20 years of embedded expertise, ARC was the first company to integrate processors, development tools, peripherals, RTOS and connectivity solutions. The inventor of user-configurable 32-bit RISC processing and a leader in configurable System-on-Chip (SoC) platform technologies, ARC provides the tools and know-how to help customers manage the increasing complexity of system-level design. Please visit www.arc.com/software to learn more about ARC International (LSE: ARK). This press release may include "forward-looking statements" that involve risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ are discussed in the 'Investment Considerations' section of the Company's web site as well as the listing particulars, dated 28 September 2000, filed with the United Kingdom Listing Authority and the Registrar of Companies in England and Wales. The Company disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statements. ARC, the ARC logo, ARCtangent, ARCangel, ARCompact, ARChitect, MetaDeveloper, MetaWare, Precise/MQX and Precise/RTCS are trademarks of ARC International. All other brands or product names are the property of their respective holders.
hugepants
26/4/2004
15:33
The 100K at 20.75p looks like the culprit for today's rise.
hugepants
22/4/2004
10:01
Good post Henry. Cheers.
mad4it
22/4/2004
09:53
Couple of things worth noting IMO. Motorola's stunning figures yesterday and business going gangbusters. I think this bodes extremely well for ARC's close link with Motorola's Metrowerks and therefore ARC's software revenues. From the last ARC results in feb: Software "ARC's real-time operating system, MQX, continues to be highly regarded by embedded systems designers using not only ARC processors but also several other prominent processor architectures including the Motorola ColdFire. As a result of the popularity of ARC's software with Motorola processors, ARC has recently formed a close channel partnership with the Metrowerks division of Motorola, propelling ARC's software revenue growth to record levels in recent months. Additional channel partnerships of this nature are planned and are expected to be the catalyst for accelerating ARC's software revenue growth." The results from companies across the pond and across the board confirm the semiconductor/chip sectors are recovering strongly. Also intersting to note that Carl Schlachte ARC's new top notch CEO has been appointed to the CEVA board as an advisor. Ceva being the leading licensor of Digital Signal Processor (DSP) cores and communications solutions to the semiconductor industry. ($185m mk cap) http://uk.biz.yahoo.com/040405/290/eqbvk.html Looking at Mr Schlachte's background; ARM vice president of North America and senior management positions at Motorola's semiconductor business, I think his appointment as ARC's CEO is a strong vote of confidence in ARC and it's prospects. dyor
henryford
20/4/2004
15:27
looks like we have a high-volume day today - 6000 total in 1 trade, with another 3 minutes still to go - WOW!
nur0mancer
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