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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 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.90 0.85 0.95 0.90 0.90 0.90 814,126 07:49:07
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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06/6/2005
08:19
breaking news.. ARC International (LSE:ARK) and IPWireless today announced that IPWireless has taken a license for the configurable ARC(TM) 725D processor core for use in their latest system-on-chip (SoC) ASIC that is targeted for the company's next generation 3G TD-CDMA broadband wireless devices. This will be the third in a series of successful ARC-Based(TM) designs from IPWireless. ¶ With a best-in-class performance/size ratio, the ARC(TM) 725D core is an ideal solution for high-volume wireless applications. IPWireless selected the ARC 725D core for its impressive performance in a small die size. The ARC 725D core has a maximum clock frequency of 400 MHz in a 0.13 micron process, power consumption of 0.12 mW/MHz and a die size of 0.96mm(2). ¶ "Given our previous success with ARC technology in previous IPWireless products, the decision to standardize on ARC for our PCMCIA cards was an easy one," said Roger Nichol, vice president of technology at IPWireless. "The ARC 725D core is a key enabling technology for our next-generation wireless card. It enabled our design team to replace the function of two cores, saving valuable die area and lowering overall product cost." ¶ "Our high-performance ARC 700 core family is ideal for demanding processing tasks in size-constrained applications. IPWireless' use of an ARC 725D core in their next-generation design illustrates the significant cost advantages available through the use of our patented configurable technology," said Derek Meyer, vice president of marketing at ARC International. "IPWireless is a great example of how industry leaders are standardizing on ARC technology for high-volume applications such as wireless communications." ¶ IPWireless is a leader in the development of very high performance packet-based wireless networks. The company's 3GPP-based TD-CDMA technology leadership has resulted in the first commercial implementation of an all packet-based UMTS network, the first UMTS network designed specifically for broadband wireless, the first end-to-end Release 99 TD-CDMA solution, and the first commercial HSDPA chipset. IPWireless partners with leading device and infrastructure manufacturers and integrators to offer end-to-end packet based UMTS solutions. Networks powered by IPWireless technology are now deployed around the world by operators offering innovative stationary, portable and mobile services to subscribers. ¶ The ARC 725D Configurable Core ¶ The ARC 725D processor core is a full-featured high performance embedded core with best-in-class die area and power characteristics. It is designed to enable licensees to develop complete processor solutions for SoCs targeted at demanding applications in consumer, networking, automotive and other markets. The core's flexible, configurable memory architecture makes it ideal for RTOS-based applications. Powerful DSP options enable the 725D core to perform more of the functions of the SoC, eliminating separate logic or DSP blocks. Optionally, custom instruction extensions may be incorporated to achieve application performance levels unattainable with fixed architecture cores. ¶ About IPWireless ¶ IPWireless offers advanced standards-based mobile broadband technology that drastically improves the way people connect and communicate at home, at the office, or on the road. With a full range of commercially available network solutions and devices based on the UMTS standard, IPWireless allows operators to offer Complete 3G, a spectrum of completely mobile, portable, or stationary packet-based services with unmatched economics and true broadband performance. The IPWireless Partner Program and chipsets allow device manufacturers and infrastructure vendors to very quickly bring innovative new TD-CDMA solutions to market. IPWireless is a founding member of the Global UMTS TDD Alliance. For more information, visit the company's Web site at www.ipwireless.com. ¶ About ARC ¶ ARC International is the world leader in low-power, high-performance 32-bit configurable CPU/DSP processor cores, subsystems, real-time operating systems and development tools for embedded system design. ARC's patented configurable and extendible cores assist customers in the development of next generation digital media, consumer and communications devices, resulting in lower cost, higher performance SoC products. ¶ ARC International maintains a worldwide presence with corporate offices in San Jose, California, USA and Elstree, UK. The company has research and development offices located in England and the United States. For more information please visit the ARC website at: www.ARC.com. ARC International is listed on the London Stock Exchange as ARC International plc (LSE:ARK). ¶ ARC, the ARC logo and ARC-Based are trademarks or registered trademarks of ARC International. All other brands or product names contained herein are the property of their respective owners. This press release may contain certain "forward-looking statements" that involve risks and uncertainties. For factors that could cause actual results to differ, visit the company's Website as well as the listing particulars filed with the United Kingdom Listing Authority and the Registrar of Companies in England and Wales.
maestro.
04/5/2005
15:18
Looking like 32p again before a new rise imo
triplexxx
29/4/2005
18:42
Don't think the Canadian reference would have caused it. Looks like general market jitters. ARM, MIPS, TTPCom, Imagination etc are all down as well, although ARC did manage a bigger drop today than the others. However, it had held up quite well and was due a fall.
sventhefish
19/4/2005
10:27
Nice item Sven. But for the market sentiment this should have pushed the price highter. IMHO it will climb higher soon.
davron8
18/4/2005
08:12
A new move? http://www.arc.com/newsandevents/PressRelease.html?id=193
sventhefish
10/4/2005
11:36
Glad I have other interest to follow. Don't know another site that is so quiet.
davron8
31/3/2005
15:31
Nearly a month with no posts,that's got to be a record.Must admit though,it's not doing much.
triplexxx
02/3/2005
08:30
I think the market just commented on the patent. A 5% rise sounds like a vote of confidence.
sventhefish
01/3/2005
20:38
No choice. The USPTO grants a patent when they want and ARC have to announce the thing. Any thoughts on it?
sventhefish
01/3/2005
19:12
stupid time to release good news if you ask me: LONDON (AFX) - ARC International PLC said the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has awarded the company a fundamental patent relating to configurable processor technology. According to ARC, the patent "details processes and systems used to generate a description language model of a processor core using libraries containing prototype and extension logic descriptions, as well as user inputs relating to the desired core configuration and extension features." One practical implementation of this technology is ARC's proprietary ARChitect processor configurator. Used by all of ARC's processor licensees, ARChitect is a Java-based design tool that greatly simplifies the core design process, and enables Silicon-on-Ceramic designers to create chips that precisely meet application requirements of high-volume markets, ARC added. newsdesk@afxnews.com lam
cat
15/2/2005
20:56
The Company received a notification today from AXA Investment Managers UK Limited on behalf of AXA S.A. and its Group Companies, informing it that as at 14 February 2005 they had a beneficial interest in 13,621,432 ordinary shares representing 9.35% of the issued ordinary share capital of the Company that is currently 145,677,564 shares. 15 February 2005
nur0mancer
15/2/2005
06:13
ARC International plc ARC International PLC (the 'Company') Notification of Interest(s) in Shares Section 198 Companies Act 1985 The Company received a notification today from AXA Investment Managers UK Limited on behalf of AXA S.A. and its Group Companies, informing it that as at 11 February 2005 they had a beneficial interest in 22,871,432 ordinary shares representing 15.739% of the 145,312,564 issued ordinary share capital of the Company. 14 February 2005
triplexxx
10/2/2005
18:34
Davron8, welcome to the ARK club I don't think you'll be dissapointed at all this has a long way to climb back. The IC article above is probably fairly accurate but I don't think it is being positive enough on future earnings potential and the high growth possibilities going forward. As far as T/O is concerned I think there has to be every possibility given their state of the art products, cash pile, no debt and reduced costs. ARM has been touted before but it could be someone from across the pond. Next 12 months could be very interesting anyway.
warranty
10/2/2005
18:32
Davron8, welcome to the ARK club I don't think you'll be dissapointed at all this has a long way to climb back. The IC article above is probably fairly accurate but I don't think it is being positive enough on future earnings potential and the high growth possibilities going forward. As far as T/O is concerned I think there has to be every possibility given their state of the art products, cash pile, no debt and reduced costs. ARM has been touted before but it could be someone from across the pond. Next 12 months could be very interesting anyway.
warranty
10/2/2005
15:54
This company will be bought out, all these licences and deals but not quite turning it round to profitability...............one of the big boys must surely step in to take advantage?
bullorbear
10/2/2005
15:22
Investors Chronicle 10 February 2005 Arc International Chip design specialist Arc has a customer and partner list to die for. Among the 96 licensees of its 'system-on-chip' processor designs are giants Fujitsu, Infineon, and SanDisk, while partners include Dolby Labs and Microsoft. But while the shares have more than doubled in the last year – after slumping on three consecutive profit warnings in 2004 – Arc is still struggling to translate the considerable interest in its technology into profits. Revenue growth over the year was hardly spectacular, although with 63 per cent of sales coming from the US, the weak dollar had a negative impact. And although operating costs were slashed by more than a third, at £20.6m they still outstrip turnover. While Arc continues to sign new licensees (32 new processor customers were won last year), the level of royalty revenues has also been disappointing, at £2.9m in 2004. Still, Arc managed to sell its peripherals business for £3.6m. And the launch of new products in the year will extend the company's reach into the high growth digital TV and set top box market. IC View: Arc's have been rising steadily since it announced it reorganisation last year, and the hefty cash pile underpins at least half the valuation. But, with profitability still some way off, shares now look high enough. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Arc International (ARK) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ord price: 42p Market value: £ 61m Touch: 42-43p 12 month High: 42p 12 month low: 19p Dividend yield: nil PE ratio: na Net asset value: 25p Net cash: £34.1m -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Year to Turnover Pre-tax Earnings Dividend 31-Dec (£m) profit (£m) per share (p) per share (p) 2000 10.6 -16.4 -7.72 nil 2001 11.5 -29.8 -10.8 nil 2002 11.7 -22 -7.54 nil 2003 10.7 -25.6 -12.2 nil 2004 12.2 -5.87 -3.67 nil % change 14 - - - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SHARES IN ISSUE: 144.577 MILLIONS
johnroger
10/2/2005
11:05
Not looked at this share much before, but looking at it, it looks ripe for a bid? With a market CAP of only £62m !!!! This looks cheap to me........ Have ARM ever taken an interest in this co. previously? Must surely be some worth in combining their expertise?
bullorbear
09/2/2005
23:25
Do yourselves a favour and get into TTL tomorrow. The stock is massively undervalued and could be on the verge of a breakout. If this occurs it will be 2.5p to 5p very shortly. Look at the chart. TTL is the next multibagger.
77dealer77
09/2/2005
21:47
will make ARM look a minnow in 5 years...ignore at your peril imho
maestro.
09/2/2005
16:54
dunno about next year but looks like its heading towards 50 - 55p pdq Then 60p and then a quid.
cat
09/2/2005
15:19
Hi Cat In your opinion what can we expect with regards to share price by this time next year with todays news.Many thanks.
triplexxx
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