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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
  -0.225 -16.98% 1.10 1.05 1.15 1.40 0.975 1.35 30,348,695 16:27:44
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
16/12/2004
10:33
Another small tick up, not a lot of interest being shown here though.
davet1p
15/12/2004
08:58
Small tick up yesterday and again today, looking good. The chart looks really promising.
davet1p
15/12/2004
08:58
-bought into these recently -nice combination of plenty of cash in the bank, new management turning it around, growing sales. -they were featured in the FT 'sharewatch' section last week-end, gave them a very positive write-up.
the prophet
03/12/2004
22:51
ARK is a chip maker that holds great promise. Over the past year, the company has brought in several experienced industry executives, and the new management team has transformed the company's prospects. The semi industry enjoys an upturn, as chip demand increases. In its Q3 reports, the industry bell weather company Intel increased its Q4 revenue guidance, on positive outlook. ARK is currently valued at £47m compared with ARM's £1bn. Company Profile 'ARC International is the world leader in configurable processor technology. ARC licenses configurable and preconfigured CPU and DSP-enhanced SoC IP solutions that enable our customers to design more competitive products. Using ARC's configurable cores, our customers can improve their application performance and reduce their total SOC die size and cost. This provides a distinct advantage over non-configurable alternatives. In addition, ARC also provides application profiling tools, development software, a real-time operating system and related components for both ARC and non-ARC platforms. ARC's licensable technology is already shipping in key markets such as telecommunications, voice/data networking, consumer electronics and storage.' The new management team sold off its loss making PCB division, and focus its core technology chip business, through setting up industry partnership, and increased sales and marketing effort. Today the company boasts a list of prestigouse clients who license its technology: +SunDisk, the world largest flash memory maker, in addition to those flash memory cards, memory sticks we all use, their products also being used in PC, mobile phone etc. SunDisk is a supplier for NOKIA. +Tektronics, the world leading test, measurement, and monitoring instruments maker. In its Q2 report in Sept, the company reported 24% revenue increase Y/Y. +Broadcom, broadband communications, and voice and data networking product maker, with an annual sales of $2bn. Its product portfolio addresses broadband communications market and includes solutions for digital cable and satellite set-top boxes; high definition television; cable and digital subscriber line modems and residential gateways; high-speed transmission and switching for local, metropolitan, wide area and storage networking; home and wireless networking; cellular and terrestrial wireless communications; voice over Internet protocol gateway and telephony systems; broadband network and security processors, and System input/output server solutions. +Sony, Sony Semiconductor Kyusyu Corporation licensed the ARC processor with DSP extensions, because it delivers more computational power than a stand-alone RISC processor, but draws less power than other combined RISC/DSP implementations. +Apple, according to Share Mag, ARK's product is also used in iPod, which we all know sells like hot cakes. +QLogic, a storage networking storage product maker, with a annual sales in excess of $500m. Networking storage is a growth area. And many more, I just listed those names I know. ARK has been tipped by TechInvest, for those who follows the tip sheet. I don't subscribe, so can't provide the write up. As added bonus, the chart looks great, we have a two year break out, and institutions have been buying. As always DYOR. Company website, http://www.arc.com/
woodpecker3303
29/11/2004
08:45
Two new agreements announced today. I would appreciate a chartist view, as it looks good to me.
davet1p
12/11/2004
19:31
> but not when you are losing money at £25million a year First half results below. Looks like the loss is down to £3.3m, so say £7m for the year? Still a lot, but not as high as it was. ARC INTERNATIONAL PLC RESULTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED 30 JUNE 2004 ARC International plc (LSE: ARK), a world leader in configurable processor cores and application platforms for digital media, consumer and communications devices announces its unaudited financial results for the six months ended 30 June 2004. Highlights: -- Turnover £6.2 million ($11.3 million) from £5.3million ($8.5 million) in 1H 2003, up 18% in sterling and 33% in dollars. -- Operating costs before exceptionals, amortisation and depreciation £10.3 million: reduced by 26% over 1H'03 (1H 2003: £14.0 million) -- Pre-exceptional net loss £4.1 million: improved 59% over 1H 2003 (1H 2003: £10.0 million) -- Net loss including exceptionals £3.3 million, improved 66% over 1H 2003 (1H 2003: £9.7 million) -- Operating cash outflow £5.2 million: reduced 45% year over year (1H 2003: £9.5 million); year end cash at £36.2 million
sventhefish
11/11/2004
09:33
been watching it for last 6 weeks or so. the chart looks very interesting, it fell of the 20-29p ledge it was on between july 02 and august 03, sold lower and has now come back through that ledge, usually means a final shake out of the longs, and should move up more the problem for me buying is the financials - net cash of 25p a share or whatever is ok, but not when you are losing money at £25million a year. Anyone know anything about their outlook going forward ? thanks
shoee62
01/11/2004
08:34
continues to tick up, but not much interest on this bb,
davet1p
24/10/2004
19:32
ARC launches preconfigured, licensable audio platform Marty Gold eeProductCenter (09/27/2004 11:13 AM ET) http://www.eeproductcenter.com/micro/brief/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=47903011 San Jose, Calif.-- "ARC International's new ARCsound audio subsystem has been designed as a preconfigured, licensable audio platform for use in high volume SOC designs. The subsystem includes audio codec software, a pre-configured ARC processor with custom audio extensions and a full suite of hardware and software development tools. The ARCsound subsystem is being targeted at high volume, cost-sensitive audio applications. ARCsound requires only 75,000 gates in a typical configuration. This is up to 30% smaller than comparable CPU cores, making ARCsound one of the smallest audio solutions available, according to the company. In addition to reduced die size, ARCsound also operates at a lower clock speed when compared to other solutions, resulting in lower power requirements. ARCsound consumes up to 55% less system power, which results in longer battery life for portable devices, it was said..."
davidhel
22/10/2004
12:25
i bought a long time ago IC tip still at a loss humph
humphries1
22/10/2004
11:11
I am interested. Anyone know why?
sventhefish
22/10/2004
09:33
Has risen recently and further up today. Anybody else interested in this?
davet1p
13/10/2004
15:45
> new contract see RNS today - any opinion on its significance?? Didn't see it on RNS, but their Web site looks quite nice now, and usable in terms of finding who their licensees and designs are. The deal itself looks interesting.
sventhefish
11/10/2004
14:56
I think the words "high volume" is all I wanted to see. Glad to see we're up again.
jhoebloggs
11/10/2004
10:48
new contract see RNS today - any opinion on its significance??
21richyrich
28/9/2004
14:21
Why the sudden signs of life in the share price? Did something happen that I missed?
sventhefish
31/8/2004
15:39
This looks fairly optimistic. Pity Im out now.
hugepants
21/8/2004
12:30
OMG is worth checking out...owners of subsidiary Vicon Systems, manufacturers of the worlds first 4million pixel motion capture technology, used in Spiderman 2, Thunderbirds etc. End of year 30/9. Will probably drift a few pence lower before then if you want to buy in at a good price. Looking very bullish. DYOR Thread....http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=3986299 Recent Interim statement available on company website.....http://www.omg3d.com/jsp/home.jsp Major player at this years Siggraph trade show...http://vfxworld.com/?sa=adv&code=319b255d&atype=articles&id=2189&page=1
rdpounder
26/7/2004
13:14
Hi Huge Nice to come across you again. And about time these started to move.
irresponsible
26/7/2004
07:35
lol. Good rise this morning.
hugepants
24/7/2004
16:16
More good news: Meyer and Jaros share industry experience http://www.electronicstalk.com/news/ara/ara172.html Derek Meyer and Andrew Jaros have joined ARC International as Vice President of Marketing and Vice President of North American sales, respectively. The two semiconductor-industry veterans will provide valuable knowledge and insight as ARC continues to establish its leadership position and expand its extendible processor-core products and services. Derek Meyer joins ARC with 20 years of semiconductor, embedded systems and software experience including over 10 years in Semiconductor IP. He was most recently VP of Business Development and Strategy at Ceva and prior to that spent 6 years at MIPS Technologies, first as VP of Marketing and Sales and later VP of Field Operations. "I believe configurable processors will be at the core of the most interesting new SoC designs, and ARC's innovative technology will be the foundation for many of these exciting new products", said Meyer. Andy Jaros has over 15 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. Prior to joining ARC, he was the Director of Strategic Partner Sales for ARM Ltd., for the last two years out of more than his six years tenure at ARM. Before his key revenue-generating roles at ARM, Jaros worked at Motorola in Sales. Jaros has also held the position of President and GM of JN Blair and Co, a closely held distribution business outside the semiconductor industry. "Both Andy and Derek represent some exciting changes in the ARC management team", said Carl Schlachte, ARC CEO. "Their strength and experience in the semiconductor IP industry will play a significant role in expanding ARC's market position".
davidhel
21/7/2004
14:16
yes better than I expected.
hugepants
21/7/2004
06:13
More progress: http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&cb=1090390147&article=8262341&symbol=LSE%3AARK ARC INTERNATIONAL PLC RESULTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED 30 JUNE 2004 ARC International plc (LSE: ARK), a world leader in configurable processor cores and application platforms for digital media, consumer and communications devices announces its unaudited financial results for the six months ended 30 June 2004. Highlights: -- Turnover £6.2 million ($11.3 million) from £5.3million ($8.5 million) in 1H 2003, up 18% in sterling and 33% in dollars. -- Operating costs before exceptionals, amortisation and depreciation £10.3 million: reduced by 26% over 1H'03 (1H 2003: £14.0 million) -- Pre-exceptional net loss £4.1 million: improved 59% over 1H 2003 (1H 2003: £10.0 million) -- Net loss including exceptionals £3.3 million, improved 66% over 1H 2003 (1H 2003: £9.7 million) -- Operating cash outflow £5.2 million: reduced 45% year over year (1H 2003: £9.5 million); year end cash at £36.2 million -- 11 new processor licenses signed, including 5 new licenses for the ARC 600(TM) core -- Strengthened top management team with 3 new appointments -- Completed sale of peripherals business to TransDimension, Inc. for £3.6 million resulting in a provisional net gain of £1.9 million and initial cash proceeds of £2.5 million in this period Commenting on the results, Carl Schlachte, President and CEO, said: "We are encouraged by several significant improvements in ARC's business in the first half of 2004. Our processor license revenue improved with the addition of 11 new licenses, including 5 for the ARC 600 processor core. Additionally, we had record royalties and shipments of products based on ARC processors. We have sold our USB business, which reduces our stated restructuring charge and contributes to working capital. Our turnover is up, costs and headcount are down and our pre-exceptional net loss has reduced by 59%, year-on-year. In the second half, our focus will be on completing our restructuring plan and adding new partners and licensees for our recent product offerings." ... Outlook We are encouraged by the results we achieved in the first half of the year. Our processor business grew both in new licenses and in royalties from products shipping for previous license sales. The sale of the USB business will allow the company to fund working capital from the sale rather than the current cash balance. Cost reductions are on track, and when combined with the revenue growth achieved, enabled measurable progress in closing the gap towards profitability. In the second half, our focus will be on completing our restructuring plan and adding new partners and licensees for our recent product offerings.
davidhel
20/7/2004
20:27
Meanwhile: ARC International and On2 Technologies Announce Codec and Processor Collaboration VP6 Codec To Be Ported to ARC Processor Core IP http://www.arc.com/newsevents/PressRelease.html?id=163 SAN JOSE, CA. and New York, NY, July 20, 2004 – ARC International (LSE: ARK), a world leader in configurable RISC CPU/DSP processor cores and application platforms and On2 Technologies, Inc., The Duck Corporation, (AMEX:ONT), a leader in video compression software, today announce their collaboration to provide video codecs optimizsed for the ARC tangent™-A5 processor cores. On2 will port their VP6 codec to the ARCtangent-A5 processor core. VP6 is On2's latest video compression software and it is used on PCs, set-top boxes, games and wireless consumer electronics products. "By virtue of its flexible core IP architecture, the ARC processor family is an exciting new platform for VP6. The combination of low power consumption, and customizable architecture configurations will help bring VP6 to a new class of devices," said Eric Ameres, Chief Technology Officer for On2. "We are pleased by this relationship because we can bring VP6 to an entire new group of customers. The flexibility and strength of the ARC processor core provides a solid platform for us as we move more deeply into the consumer electronics market," added Douglas A. McIntyre, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of On2. "We have a large body of customers looking to incorporate video solutions into their next-generation digital media and consumer devices," said Derek Meyer, ARC Marketing Vice President. "On2 shares our vision to provide customers with a fully optimized solution for this thriving market segment." ARC Processor Cores The ARC family of microprocessors is a set of powerful 32-bit configurable RISC CPU/DSP processor cores. The ARCtangent-A5 incorporates the ARCompact™ 16/32-bit ISA enabling a 40% reduction in code footprint compared to 32-bit only ISAs. The ARC 600 leverages the benefits of previous architectures (small size, ARCompact ISA) and incorporates a variety of low power features, making it an ideal solution for portable consumer devices. The ARC 700, the latest processor offering from ARC, is one of the smallest processors in its performance class. The ARC 700 can make unsurpassed tradeoffs in area for performance. Availability For more information on VP6, please visit On2 at www.on2.com or contact On2 at +1.646.292.3533. For information about the ARC Processor Cores, go to www.arc.com or contact ARC at +1.408.437.3400.
davidhel
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