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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
  -0.025 -2.13% 1.15 1.10 1.20 1.175 1.05 1.18 3,676,996 14:55:52
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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01/8/2007
10:12
Problem with this is the trend - whatever the results are. i can see a retrace to 30p.
bonio10000
01/8/2007
10:10
Moving back a little. Yes Bakunin, I agree, got to have just a little more patience with this one. As I said, on a good day I think this would have moved in the opposite direction that it as.
chavitravi
01/8/2007
09:01
The results are better in US$ terms. Seems the e/r movements are hurting it as well.
bonio10000
01/8/2007
08:47
This seems to be fundamentaly sound, profit can't be far away. ~Think I will HOLD, cant see it going down any more, and I hope these are not famous last words. I like you could have sold at 57p or there abouts & kick myself now for not doing so. May as well stay in now for the ride back up me's thinks.
chavitravi
01/8/2007
08:37
Semiconductors also got hammered in the US overnight.
bonio10000
01/8/2007
07:33
The CEO is due to be on CNBC at lunchtime.
bonio10000
01/8/2007
07:24
oh dear http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200708010701542797B
puffin tickler
31/7/2007
22:32
I had wondered about selling before the results, being in decent profit after all costs for the first time in the four years invested it was very tempting. I have held on because I also concluded that the results should exceed expectations and be better than break-even with good prospects for growth from here on. Fingers crossed.
puffin tickler
31/7/2007
21:31
Let's hope the results are good. I'm expecting them to be in profit (for the first time !). Recent news has been good. OTOH the price has drifted recently, suggesting that there is inside information that the results will be worse than expected. Then again the volumes have been small. Over 50p tomorrow ? (80p end of year ?)
roscodagama
19/7/2007
19:32
Cor, movement.
chavitravi
19/7/2007
10:41
Try a look at Trifast (TRI) LEARNTLESSON, that as got to start and go, grossly under price this one. Wish this would start and go up & reward us that as stayed with it.
chavitravi
12/7/2007
17:53
Lets hope the results on 1st August are good & that with the progress made with trumpet blowing all over & resent acquisition's will pull the price back up.
chavitravi
11/7/2007
08:06
Seems like the company is cheap and could be a good buy today. At the same time I've got so many companies that are 'not quite in profit' and it worries me. Everything looks to be going well and revenue flowing in but have to wait just a little longer for the first buck. It's between ARK and RCG for me this morning. RCG is maybe scary because of its high market cap, but then its turning over a massive profit. Both have significant upside. I'm favouring RCG this very second but let's see what ARK's open says.... LL
learntlesson
11/7/2007
08:02
(Don't know why neither of those announcements apprear on the ADVFN news stream above)
learntlesson
11/7/2007
08:01
Medical Device Company CVRx Adopts Configurable ARC(R) Core For Implantable Blood Pressure Reduction Device ARC International (LSE:ARK) today announced that CVRx(R), Inc. has chosen a member of the configurable ARC(R) 600 core family to drive its Rheos(TM) Baroreflex Hypertension Therapy(TM) System. CVRx chose a configurable ARC core because of its very small size, ability to operate using extremely low power, and long-term reliability - all key criteria for "deeply embedded" organic applications. This news release complements ARC's announcement of the adoption of its configurable solutions by 11 companies in North America. See companion announcement dated July 11, 2007 for more details. Hypertension (high blood pressure) is an excessive force of blood against arterial walls. It is a leading cause of heart and kidney disease, stroke, and premature death. According to the American Heart Association, close to 70 million people in the United States suffer from high blood pressure. Approximately 25 percent cannot control the disease despite the use of multiple medications. The Rheos System from CVRx reduces blood pressure by using the human body's natural blood pressure regulation system (the baroreflex). The Rheos System electrically stimulates the baroreflex, which sends signals to the brain suggesting a blood pressure increase. Then, the brain acts to lower blood pressure by sending signals to various parts of the body, including the blood vessels, heart and kidneys. The Rheos System includes a small pulse generator that is implanted under the collar bone, two thin leads that are wrapped around the left and right carotid arteries, and a programmer system. "The Rheos System holds hope for patients with drug-resistant hypertension," said Nadim Yared, president and CEO of CVRx. "By adopting a configurable ARC processor our development teams can ensure the implantable, battery operated Rheos System meets important criteria necessary for implantable medical devices." Andy Jaros, vice president of worldwide field operations for ARC, said, "For years ARC's configurable processors have been broadly used in a wide range of medical products. From pacemakers to hearing aids, ARC's low power configurable solutions are being adopted to create innovative next-generation medical technologies. Products such as the Rheos System from one of ARC's newest customers could have a beneficial impact on the health and life expectancy of millions of individuals worldwide." About CVRx, Inc. CVRx was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Minneapolis. It is a private company and its senior management and technical teams have many years of experience commercializing implantable medical devices. For more information visit www.cvrx.com.
learntlesson
11/7/2007
07:56
11 North American Companies Adopt ARC's Low Power Configurable Solutions for a Wide Range of High-Volume Applications Low power consumption is one of the most important considerations for system-on-chip (SoC) designers creating products for next-generation electronic applications. This is a key reason why eleven companies in North America have adopted ARC International's (LSE:ARK) configurable media subsystem and processor solutions to create power-sensitive chips for medical, government/security, multimedia, and networking/peripheral devices. See the companion announcement dated July 11, 2007 for more details on one of these newly announced customer licensing agreements. ARC's configurable solutions offer some of the lowest power consumption of any in the semiconductor intellectual property (IP) industry. For example, an "out-of-the-box" ARC(R) 750D core requires approximately half the power of an ARM 1136 or a MIPS32 24Kc core with similar configurations. SoC designers can lower power consumption of an ARC 750D processor (or any other ARC processor) even further by leveraging ARC's easy-to-use configurable technology to tailor it to specific application requirements. ARC is extending its leadership in low power configurable subsystems and processors through internally led research and development (R&D) programs, working in tandem with advanced computing departments at renowned universities, and via joint initiatives with companies such as Cadence Design Systems and Virage Logic. The results of these efforts will be integrated into new products and technologies from ARC International. Details on ARC's Newly Announced Customer Engagements: Medical Applications CVRx Long battery life is a requirement for implantable medical devices, such as blood pressure monitoring systems. For this reason, CVRx(R) based its new Rheos(TM) Baroreflex Hypertension Therapy(TM) System Monitor on a low power, configurable ARC 600 family core. CVRx is a private company located in Minnesota that has developed proprietary technology for the treatment of high blood pressure (also referred to as hypertension) that cannot be controlled with medications. See companion ARC news announcement dated July 11, 2007 for more details. Unnamed Medical Applications Customer #1 This unnamed ARC customer is a world-recognized company, and a leader in the global medical products industry. Its less-invasive medical technologies offer alternatives to major surgery and other procedures that can be traumatic to the human body. This ARC customer's pacemaker devices incorporate configurable ARC cores, which were selected because they enable very low power consumption through the removal of unnecessary features in the ARC CPU. This greatly prolongs the battery life of this customer's ARC-Based(TM) products -- a critical consideration for implantable medical applications. Unnamed Medical Applications Customer #2 This unnamed ARC customer manufactures battery-powered, implantable medical devices. It is using a configurable ARC core to create an ultra low power product with a long operational life that can be inserted directly into patients' bodies. Government/Security Applications Edgewater Computer Systems Edgewater Computer Systems develops real time, high performance multiprocessor systems for military, government, and commercial operations. The company's products include multi-channel wireless and wired data communications. Edgewater is developing a wireless communications controller for use on aircraft, and will be using ARC's configurable solutions to minimize the power consumption and die size to exactly meet the stringent system requirements. Unnamed Government/Security Customer This unnamed customer is a leader in command, control and communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, government services, and related industries. The company chose a configurable ARC core for government and military applications because of its extremely low power consumption, which is critical to operating remote systems over long periods of time in unserviceable environments. Networking/Peripheral Applications Conexant Systems Conexant is a worldwide leader in semiconductor solutions for communications in the digital home. The company is using its license for a configurable ARC core to create an integrated solution that can be used in peripheral devices with combined printer/fax/scanner/copier functionalities. ARC's configurable core helps Conexant's design team reduce overall system power consumption by eliminating unneeded elements within the ARC CPU. iVivity iVivity is a leading developer of innovative, multi-protocol acceleration silicon for both the networking and storage markets. At the heart of the iVivtiy SoC is a patented hardware-based protocol acceleration engine that can terminate and regenerate multiple protocols in real time and at full line rate, independent of packet size. An ARC customer for a number of years, iVivity has taken a new license for the configurable ARC 725 core to create multi-processor SoCs. Leveraging the power of ARC's configurable core technology, iVivity's engineers will be able to optimize the ARC-Based chip for speed by adding custom instructions to the ARC core while keeping power consumption to a minimum by eliminating unneeded transistors. Teranetics Teranetics is a leading mixed-signal integrated circuit (IC) company that develops silicon products for advanced communication applications. Teranetics' chips enable 10-Gigabit speeds over the traditional copper cabling, which is an order of magnitude improvement over speeds in current enterprise networks. The company selected a configurable ARC core for its next-generation design because it enabled the creation of a low power solution with small die size that helps the company's products meet customer price points. Multimedia Applications Augusta Technology Augusta provides mobile device manufacturers with a spectrum of solutions from state-of-the-art digital communications components to complete communications systems, such as cell phones and portable video viewing devices. Augusta is using a configurable ARC product to lower power consumption in their next-generation mobile solutions. Qpixel Technology Qpixel Technology is a leading innovator in video compression silicon and software solutions. The company specializes in digital consumer applications that balance superior video quality with extended hours of portable operation at mass market prices. Using its license for a configurable ARC core, Qpixel has successfully produced and deployed into the market its QL20x family of H.264 codecs, capable of supporting both Baseline and Main Profile standards. The low power nature of the configurable ARC processor enabled the QL201B and QL202B chips to provide flexible audio processing while consuming very low power, which is critical for portable multimedia applications such as digital cameras, camcorders, and portable media players. VisionFlow VisionFlow is focused on developing ultra-low power H.264 video and multi-core media SoC solutions aimed at mobile and wearable video market applications. These include mobile-TV, wearable PMPs, and mobile video phones. Emerging markets call for programmable and power efficient real-time video compression/decompression solutions. To meet these challenges, VisionFlow has taken a license for numerous configurable ARC 600 family cores to design products such as the VF1000 ultra-low power H.264 video solution. According to John Yuan, VisionFlow's CEO, the ARC 600 core family offered the lowest power consumption per MHz for any CPU on the market. In addition, VisionFlow is adding customized instruction extensions to enhance the ARC cores' performance and functionality, which also helps prevent rival companies from cloning VisionFlow's products.
learntlesson
10/7/2007
16:45
Just seen the message board thats come up in regard to the presentation in China. Looks good, very good, so why the mad sell off? any body know?
chavitravi
10/7/2007
13:37
Well what can one say, Arc Inter is unique in what it as, you can see that for yourself in the read up. Its took over good companies along the way, Tenison just of late which as ARM as a customer & it is concentrating on just this business. It as good customers of stature. Don't see why this doesn't fly in the short as well as long term. Must say I cant understand the dive today. Have a look at this to see were they are. http://www.arc.com/licensees/index.html
chavitravi
10/7/2007
09:01
Can anyone familiar with this sector comment on ARC's business model, prospects and valuation compared to ARM, IMG and IQE. Looking into this sector and need to be convinced the best horses to back. Cheers !
woracle
09/7/2007
23:01
I thought their was something going on this morning when it went up, then back down too square one. Wonder what that was all about?
chavitravi
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