Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Batm Advanced Communications LSE:BVC London Ordinary Share IL0010849045 ORD ILS0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 17.75p 17.75p 18.50p 17.75p 17.75p 17.75p 110,000 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 73.2 -0.5 -0.2 - 71.56

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/9/2017
14:17
>spekky..... hardly foolish IMO to be holding these at the moment. The sum of the parts does not equal the SP, it falls far short. The issue is that they have not had the revenue (so far) to support the case for investors to pile in so to speak. When you take out institutional and Marom's holding there are actually not that many shares left for private investors.
fse
15/9/2017
14:06
Press Releases Telco Systems and AAEON Partner on uCPE Offerings Sep 14, 2017 Joint offering introduces plug-and-play, service ready uCPE running SD-WAN, Firewall and additional managed network services MANSFIELD, MA and TAPEI, TAIWAN, September 14, 2017 — Telco Systems, the leading provider of innovative CE 2.0, MPLS, IP, SDN/NFV solutions, and AAEON, the leading designer and manufacturer of network appliances, today announced that the two companies will partner to offer joint uCPE solutions for telcos and managed service providers. AAEON is a prominent global manufacturer of computer hardware systems and a subsidiary of ASUS. As part of this partnership between the two companies, Telco Systems will make its optimized NFVTime solution available on white box appliances from AAEON’s FWS series. AAEON’s FWS series are SDN/NFV-ready network appliances built on Intel® x86 architecture in desktop and rackmount form factors. The platforms are designed to enable network function virtualization and deliver flexibility and cost advantages for the creation of agile and profitable service management. NFVTime provides a complete service environment to rapidly launch and manage NFV services. NFVTime runs on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) white box hardware and includes a carrier-class NFVi-OS and a broad portfolio of certified VNFs that are centrally managed and orchestrated. NFVTime gives telcos and managed service providers the service agility to smoothly deploy any VNF service chain, including SD-WAN, vRouter, vFirewall, vProbe, vSecurity and much more, remotely and at any time with zero touch, plug-and-play provisioning. “The market for uCPE devices is growing rapidly and strategically important to us,” said Howard Lin, CEO at AAEON. “We have been impressed with Telco Systems’ innovations and technology leadership in this space and this new partnership will enable us to rapidly expand into this space.” “We are pleased with the strong demand that we are experiencing for our NFVTime solution from both service providers and enterprises,” said Ariel Efrati, CEO at Telco Systems. “Partnering with AAEON will enable us extend our NFVTime offering using AAEON high quality white box appliances and contribute to fulfilling the promise of NFV technologies and virtualized services for service providers.” hTTp://www.telco.com/index.php?page=press-releases&article=396
reeltime
15/9/2017
10:04
It is frustrating BUT.......I wonder why the institutional holders don't seem interested in selling (or buying)......if there is a positive I can't see anything that would skew the share price downwards (fundraising etcetera).....There's every chance that some parts of the company will be sold at considerable profit.No fool like an old fool but I am holding.
spekky
14/9/2017
21:31
FSE you are right I don't think they or a big boardroom bully does!
barrieb
14/9/2017
20:33
>Barrie..... I agree with most of what you have said above. I held shares in BATM for a long time as they had the cash reserves to not be forced under in difficult times. They are a major component in my long term holdings. I just did not plan in them taking that long a time to sort themselves out. The back drop for them is enticing but thus far their sales are truly disappointing. They have been one of those investments that you don't like to dump just at the time they are finally turning the corner. You don't reward yourself until you demonstrate real profits. BATM might all very well consider their shares undervalued "BUT" until they have the "REVENUE" to go with it then the shares remain in the doldrums. I don't get the feeling that management appreciate this.
fse
14/9/2017
18:29
OK this is what has been reported. This would effectively be a 1.24% dilution to existing shareholders holdings. It also as mentioned above takes Dr Marom's holdings above 25%. Not sure what the situation is for them to take this private. I feel that shareholders have patiently hung in there whilst they have re-focussed the company. We have seen dismal performance as holders and any bonus should IMO be performance generated from profits generated. Granted it does not deplete their cash position but it does have an effect on shareholders. On the surface of it this appears to not be well thought out and will annoy shareholders. "A grant of five million options to purchase BATM ordinary shares of NIS 0.01 each. -- The exercise price per share will be 18.261 pence per share being the average price of the Company's shares on the London Stock Exchange in the month preceding the date of board approval (being 13 September 2017). -- Half of the options will vest at the end of 24 months from the date of grant and the other half at the end of 36 months, provided that Dr Marom remains in his position at the Company as at the date of each vesting. The total number of options over ordinary shares to be granted represents 1.24% of the current issued share capital of 403,150,820 ordinary shares. Dr Marom holds 23.98% of the current issued share capital"
fse
11/9/2017
17:51
Software defined networking to revolutionize legacy data centers September 8, 2017 Sabrina Labanowski 0 0 Software defined networking (SDN) has the potential to revolutionize legacy data centers by offering an efficient way to control network operations, according to a new report published by research and consulting company Acumen Research & Consulting (ARC). According to Acumen’s predictions, the global SDN market is expected to grow at an astonishing CAGR of around 47 percent from 2016 to 2022 and reach more than $130 billion. The report stated that the astounding amount of data generated (mobile devices, cloud computing and social media) push traditional networks to their limit. Therefore, there is higher demand for advanced network infrastructures to manage huge amounts of data. The analysts added, that despite the fact that computing and storage have benefited from progress in automation and virtualization, these benefits are suppressed by the limitations in network capabilities. The report noted that SDN helps administrators and network engineers to swiftly respond to changing business requirements through centralized control. The report authors stated that SDN offers a centralized, programmable network that can dynamically match the changing business requirements and offers benefits such as reduced capital expenditure, reduced operating expenditure, directly programmable, offers centralized management and optimization, enables innovation and delivers agility and flexibility. According to the analysts, North America was the largest market for SDN technology in 2015 and the region is expected to maintain its leading position. Global SDN Market They added that SDN is being extensively adopted in various industry verticals including healthcare, banking financial services and insurance, IT, energy, telecom and others. One of the major reasons for the higher adoption of this technology is the high standardization offered by this technology. Cloud computing, mobility services, and network virtualization are adopted by numerous players in North America at early stage.
fse
06/9/2017
19:45
The market seems to be ignoring this for now,partly down to Zvi constantly going on about these POCs........IF they convert a few more sometime soon,in the multi million potential (as this one is) then I think it will rise PDQ......For me it proves there is substance behind what I thought was just bluster from Z.M.
spekky
04/9/2017
20:00
Massive re rate coming here over next few months
imjustdandy
04/9/2017
19:31
BATM’s NGSoft subsidiary inks US$35mln framework agreement with national defence agency 04 Sep 2017 Software developer NGSoft has already received its first order worth US$2.2mln under the new framework agreement The wholly-owned subsidiary will provide various ICT services to the unnamed defence agency One of BATM Advanced Communications Ltd's (LON:BVC) subsidiaries has inked a five-year framework agreement with a national defence agency worth up to US$35.8mln. High-end software developer NGSoft – which is wholly-owned by BATM – will provide various ICT services and solutions to the unnamed agency over the course of the next five years. BATM Advanced Communications seeing the rewards from investment and new product launches In fact, BATM said its subsidiary has already received the first order under the deal which is worth US$2.2mln and is expected to complete early next year. The potential US$35.8mln awarded to NGSoft represents 50% of the defence agency’s total ICT budget for the next five years. “We are delighted to have been awarded this agreement following a competitive tender process and to have received the first order so quickly thereafter demonstrates the intent of the defence agency to move forward with this project without delay,” said chief executive Zvi Marom said in a statement. “This significant government contract provides further validation of the strength of our offering." He added: “We look forward to delivering this initial project and to expanding on it as well as receiving contracts from new customers following the successful completion of proof-of-concept trials in multiple countries.” WATCH: BATM seeing increasing interest from global government agencies in cyber offering (Proactive Investors news item) ------------------ Regards. DYOR
james dean
04/9/2017
12:23
Large volume (compared to usual), but the price is being held back. I suspect a big boy is building a stake at pre-arranged price.
rawdeal1
04/9/2017
10:52
And from my understanding it is software and services, limited hardware, so the margins should be greater
gclark
04/9/2017
10:04
This is a big deal-and not just in the monetary sense. The first inkling of BVC's potential perhaps, and about time? which country's defense agency? If they win few more like this-and this is why this is significant-then perhaps we can really aspire to the mid league of listed players.
cumnor
04/9/2017
09:35
Good news indeed with hopefully more to come....... Telco Systems CTO to lead panel at iCU 2017 on deploying NFV and SD-WAN September 1, 2017 Sabrina Labanowski Telco Systems’ CTO Avi Dorfman will conduct a panel on the challenges and opportunities in deploying network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined wide area network technology (SD-WAN) by communications service providers (CSPs) at the iCU 2017 event, which will take place in Frankfurt, Germany on September 5–6, 2017. The iCU 2017 panel will discuss how NFV and SD-WAN enable new business opportunities and the technological and business challenges related to these new technologies. Other participants at the panel include Adrian Brookes, Director, Solution Engineering Global Sales Group at Tata Communications, Sanchaita Datta, President, CTO and Co-Founder at Fat Pipe Networks and Peter Coppens, Global Director Product Management & Marketing at Colt Technology Services. Communications service providers have been turning to NFV to achieve the network agility required to serve the growing cloud access and services needs of their customers. iCU Frankfurt 2017 Dorfman will expand on NFV, which is all about speed and agility, i.e., making services and networks more responsive to customer needs with resources that are more elastic. This elasticity makes it possible to calibrate virtualized functions dynamically for optimal operational flexibility. At the same time, SD-WAN both disrupts and complements today’s traditional static WANs by combining programmability and commercial off-the-shelf hardware to deliver cost-effective, highly elastic alternatives to today’s static MPLS WANs. The adoption of SD-WAN promises to reduce cost for both service providers and enterprises, thanks to SD-WAN’s ability to deploy services using centralized, programmable software and commodity hardware. Furthermore, some of the most attractive features that SD-WAN has to offer are its automatic provisioning capabilities, flexible transport options and increased security capabilities. The panel will address questions including: How can service providers benefit from NFV and SD-WAN technologies? What are the new business opportunities? What are the main challenges in deployment of NFV in high-scale networks? Can SD-WAN replace MPLS networks? Is it going to affect service providers’ revenues? What are the main security challenges of NFV technology and what are the available solutions? When will NFV technology be fully adopted by service providers? hTTp://www.telco.com/blog/telco-systems-cto-lead-panel-icu-2017-deploying-nfv-sd-wan/
reeltime
04/9/2017
09:21
Hopefully that is the first sign that all those POCs are about to bare fruits.
spekky
04/9/2017
08:14
What the heck - lol - time to dump the crump. Eat yer sandwiches and munch in yer crisps but crikey - stop posting on here!!! Lol may yer eggs be eaten raw
the crypt
04/9/2017
08:12
Cripes - that is good news! Big bucks.
jestercat2
04/9/2017
07:14
Ummm .... Well that seems to be meaningful.
rawdeal1
01/9/2017
17:25
Fse. I have held as long as you and traded them as well ,overall not a good investment ,I'm looking For income now
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