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Batm Advanced Communications Ld LSE:BVC London Ordinary Share IL0010849045 ORD ILS0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.10 0.23% 44.00 1,093,614 16:35:08
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44.10 44.40 44.90 43.00 44.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 93.75 0.95 0.07 611.2 192
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:42:23 O 137,500 43.60 GBX

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Batm Advanced Communicat... Daily Update: Batm Advanced Communications Ld is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BVC. The last closing price for Batm Advanced Communicat... was 43.90p.
Batm Advanced Communications Ld has a 4 week average price of 41.80p and a 12 week average price of 41.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 54p while the 1 year low share price is currently 31.40p.
There are currently 437,129,074 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 454,954 shares. The market capitalisation of Batm Advanced Communications Ld is £192,336,792.56.
fse: This report from Simon Thompson is now in the public domain so have copied it below. FWIW I would concurr with Simon's observations. Its an excellent summary of where the company is now and its near term future. The current share price only partially reflects the value of the company's IP. hTTps:// Simon Thompson July 11, 2019 BATM armed for a re-rating Simon Thompson Simon Thompson Shares in BATM Advanced Communications (BVC:43.5p), a provider of medical laboratory systems and cybersecurity and network solutions with extensive operations in Israel, started trading on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange today, exactly 20 years after the company joined the Main List of the London Stock Exchange. BATM will retain its primary London listing and shares on both the Tel Avi and London Stock Exchanges will be fully transferrable. Based on 438m shares in issue, BATM has a market capitalisation of £192m, so it expects to become a constituent of the TA-90 index which tracks the 90 shares with the highest market capitalisation that are not included in the TA-35 index. The secondary listing will provide a local trading platform for the Israeli-based institutions that recently became shareholders after BATM raised $18m (£14.1m) in a placing at 42.5p a share at the end of June. It will also expand the accessibility of the shares to a wider pool of investors and increase the breadth and depth of the company’s shareholder base, with the aim of improving the liquidity and tradability of the shares. That can only be positive for BATM’s share price. It’s worth noting that the company raised $3m more than the $15m minimum amount it was seeking in the placing, highlighting strong investor demand. Profit from network function virtualisation That’s understandable given that the proceeds of the fundraise will be primarily used in BATM’s network and cyber security division to fund an acceleration of the network function virtualisation (NFV) ecosystem projects that BATM is developing in partnership with the world’s leading chip designer, Softbank-owned Arm Holdings, as the only worldwide software vendor to provide NFV functionality to Arm and Intel platforms. The exciting partnership is developing infrastructure solutions for NFV, a technology that decouples the network functions, such as firewalling, intrusion detection and caching from proprietary hardware appliances, so they can run in software. The solution is being integrated into the products of major chip makers, including NXP Semiconductors (NSQ:NXPI), a US$31bn market capitalisation company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The technology could be a real money-spinner for both BATM and Arm holdings given that NFV is going to play a critical role in supporting the services 5G network operators will be able to offer. It can also be used to run applications such as autonomous vehicles. Moreover, network operators and virtualised network function providers will be able to deploy their applications and operate across all major hardware architectures, so leveraging the advancements in different processor technologies. BATM has conducted successful proof-of-concept trials with tier 1 and 2 telecom operators. The royalty stream from major network operators adopting the JDA’s technology could easily run into millions of dollars. It’s also worth noting that BATM has already launched a new technology under its long-standing partnership with NXP to enable a significant increase in network traffic, without requiring an increase in computing power, when licensing the company’s NFVTime operating system on certain NXP processors built on Arm core technology. In addition, BATM has entered into a strategic technology partnership with Clavister (STO:CLAV), a Sweden-based network security vendor of high-performance cybersecurity solutions, to run its Arm-optimised virtualised cybersecurity platform on NFVTime. Some of the funds raised from the placing will be used to complete development of BATM’s CyberGuard security product for NFV use cases. With a heavy weight partner in Arm Holdings on board, it goes without saying that BATM is strategically incredibly well-placed to benefit as network functions become increasingly virtualised. Molecular diagnostics: a growth opportunity The other major growth opportunity for BATM is in its molecular biology diagnostics joint venture business, Ador Diagnostics, a company that is developing a new molecular diagnostic bench-top analyser that is able to probe 100 targets in a single proprietary carbon array. Existing products only probe on average between four and six targets per test sample. It is being targeted at screening for hospital-acquired infections such as MRSA and C. Diff, and to identify tropical infections in travellers returning home with fevers. Earlier this year, Ador secured a $30m (£24m) investment from new investors to provide the funding for the commercialisation of the product in 2020. The initial $14.5m investment was received in April which placed a an enterprise value of $44.5m on Ador, implying BATM’s retained 38.2 per cent stake in the joint venture is worth $17m. Moreover, a further $15.5m (at a valuation that will be 33.3 per cent higher than the current enterprise valuation) will be funded by the same new investors at the end of 2020, subject to certain milestones being achieved, highlighting clear potential for even more value creation for BATM’s shareholders. Around 10 per cent of BATM’s recent equity raise will be used to accelerate development, deployment and certifications (including patents) in BATM’s molecular biology diagnostics business, and for its ground breaking agri-waste and pharma-waste treatment subsidiaries. This is a very sensible move. Hidden balance sheet value It’s well worth pointing out that BATM’s retained stake in Ador is held in BATM’s balance sheet at a fraction of its read through valuation as is the company’s 95 per cent stake in Adaltis, an Italian manufacturer of medical diagnostics equipment that has a read through valuation of £45m. BATM had $18.5m (£14.8m) of net cash and conservatively valued property assets worth $16m (£12.8m) at the start of 2019, too. BATM’s cyber security division is clearly very valuable, too, as a standalone venture. The business has been winning a raft of contracts, one reason it quadrupled operating profit to $3.6m on 16 per cent higher revenues of $57.5m in 2018.
tiger blue: Hi FSE - not a biotech expert though I have a lot in via Syncona (fabulous company by the way) but I think it will be extremely difficult to get a meaningful valuation on the biomedical division for 2 reasons. 1. The division, founded from scratch not that long ago, is still very immature. The BATM 2018 presentation quoted global mkt size for molecular diagnostics at $7.75 billion and rapid tests $20.4 billion, both growing rapidly, but that doesn't really help us guestimate what BATM sales might be. I think we need some more actual sales figures built up, perhaps over a year or two, before projections are meaningful. 2. The medical diagnostics is partly machine, partly reagent. You could argue that you should be taking a software valuation approach as much as a biotech one. As for the animal rendering bit, that's a brand new approach to an old problem and again very difficult to get a peer group comparison. Certainly the investment valuation is a comfort as that was actual cash put up so I think we can all agree that whatever the correct valuation, it's not currently reflected in the share price. Off topic, interested to see lump of 470,000 going through Friday at 42.5, hopefully clearing some overhang.
tiger blue: reeltime - thanks for link. First post here as I am a now retired broker but have been involved with BATM for nearly 20 years and met Zvi many times when he was doing the rounds post results. I hold 500k average 17p so well on the right side though have also suffered through the sub 10p times. I noted the very positive statement with the finals and drift down post the placing, so topped up 100k this morning at the same 42.5p. Only mho but I regard Zvi very highly for both vision and integrity, as well as plenty of skin in the game with his shareholding. I would expect a demerger of the biomedical division at some stage when more established as no particular synergy with networking/cyber, but both divisions hold great potential and I don't feel the share price currently reflects the very decent prospects and quality/size of their customer base.
miti 1000: I imagine that volsung only likes share prices to go up all the time. In reality, nothing much has changed apart from the share price falling after a strong run. BVC have always made it clear that networking revenues from ARM partners won't really flow thru till mid/late 2020 so nice to see them raise capital to advance that opportunity. The only surprise is that they chose to raise so little imo.
fse: >stesh.... Its already begun we were at 25p this time last year. I agree the value of their IP is not reflected in the share price.
stesh: FSE thanks for your reply. I have always followed your posts and have great respect for your knowledge and expertise in this field. I take on board everything you say about products, solutions, and partnerships etc. I just feel that in other companies and circumstances all this future potential is reflected in their share price, whilst BATM seem to have the brakes stuck on. In your view which as I have said is always respected, when will the brakes be released and all this alleged potential be recognised.
picsous: Arm Holdings's share price increased over 10x when mobile technology adopted their low power technology. Something similar could be happening with the web, especially with 5G as it requires many more repeaters each consuming power. With BATM introducing ARM technology and with more and more awareness of the power consumption of the internet, we could benefit.
reeltime: "It represents the completion in delivery of a key milestone under the Group's strategic agreement with Arm". BATM Advanced Communications Ld New solution under NXP Semiconductors partnership 17/06/2019 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) BATM to launch market-leading solution under NXP Semiconductors partnership New NFVTime technology significantly enhances NFV performance with NXP processors built on Arm technology BATM (LSE: BVC), a leading provider of real-time technologies for networking solutions and medical laboratory systems, announces that it has developed a new technology under its long-standing partnership with NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) ("NXP") to enable a significant increase in network traffic, without requiring an increase in computing power, when licensing the Group's NFVTime on certain NXP processors built on Arm core technology. It represents the completion in delivery of a key milestone under the Group's strategic agreement with Arm. The new technology, which has been developed by the Group's wholly-owned subsidiary, Telco Systems, will allow large enterprises and operators to achieve significantly superior performance levels on a cost-effective small to medium uCPE solution. It achieves this by enabling all virtual open switching to be conducted by already existing hardware components (offloading from the CPU load), which improves processor performance and frees valuable processing resources. Telco Systems' performance tests of this solution compared with standard software-based virtual open switching have demonstrated a three to five-times increase in virtual network traffic. Another key achievement was approximately halving the latency rate despite the increase in data being sent. In addition, by freeing processor resources, more Virtual Network Functions ("VNFs") can be run or higher VNF performance can be achieved. As a result, customers can benefit from significantly increased performance without being required to increase computing power that would result in greater device size, power consumption, operational efforts and, consequently, cost. This provides a substantial advantage in using virtual networks. This advanced hardware offloading capability, which enhances the performance of the Group's NFVTime network virtualisation operating system, is integrated with NXP's Layerscape(R) LS2088A and LS1088A multicore processors, which are based on Arm technology. Dr Zvi Marom, Chief Executive Officer of BATM, said: "The development of this new solution represents another significant step forward in our network function virtualisation strategy and another milestone delivered under our agreement with Arm. Through bringing this capability to NFVTime, in partnership with Arm and NXP, a major supplier of Arm technology-based chips, we'll be able to offer customers major performance enhancements compared with competing offers without increasing their costs. We are confident that this solution will be well-received by the market. As we continue to advance our technology, users of our solutions will be able to gain even more from their networks and optimise performance." "NXP's Layerscape multicore processors implement a balanced mix of CPU cores, hardware acceleration and high-speed I/O to deliver efficient networking performance for today's virtualised networking tasks," added Tareq Bustami, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Digital Networking at NXP. "Combined with Telco Systems' optimised NFVTime software platform, the solution will enable more efficient and cost-effective customer premise networking." hTTps://
car1pet: not helped share price down again today. need some news of orders.
mrnumpty: fse . Yes , if there's any logic in the stock market , BATM should do well from Trump's announcement to blacklist Huawei . Certainly the opposite phenomenon occurred a few months ago : a quick glance at the share chart for Filtronic will show that it slumped by about two-thirds in mid-December 2018 . The reason for this gut-wrenching collapse was that our dear HM Govt. announced that it would allow foreign competitors to provide 5G base stations ( which account for most of Filtronic's market ) . Of course , BATM has two main businesses with also the growing agricultural waste side , whereas Filtronic was largely a one-trick pony whose previous share price growth had been posited on the huge opportunities of the forthcoming 5G .
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