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Batm Advanced Communications LSE:BVC London Ordinary Share IL0010849045 ORD ILS0.01
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  +0.00p +0.00% 19.25p 19.25p 19.50p 19.50p 19.25p 19.50p 242,302.00 16:27:39
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/4/2017
22:36
spekky - Thanks for posting, interesting video. Don't forget in March BATM launched the World's first Mobile Agri-Waste Solution and Won a $2.5m Contract.
reeltime
24/4/2017
19:26
>spekky.... yes its worth looking at. I get the impression that once again this is comparatively new tech/solution. Sales and the completed agri solution have really just started. They do indeed make an excellent case.
fse
24/4/2017
18:04
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=B7cjvHpjlNk Celitron have an impressive bit of kit there and are presenting a good economic/green case for using it.......watch it if you can spare the time.
spekky
16/4/2017
15:42
Happy Easter hTTp://www.telco.com/blog/telco-systems-new-vcpe-solution-draws-attention-at-mpls-sdn-nfv-world-congress-2017/
fse
07/4/2017
15:38
>rt... I assume thats all part of the Israeli comms upgrade which we have heard little about recently. Last I heard they were all arguing amongst themselves. Hopefully this will bring some money in as BATM have an investment in this govt initiative. It does also remind us that this is new tech and we can only speculate as to its value and its speed of uptake.
fse
07/4/2017
12:00
Neptune: Israeli Networking Consortium Conducts Pioneering SDN/NFV Demonstration [Business Wire] Business WireApril 6, 2017 PETAH TIKVA, Israel--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Neptune, the Israeli Consortium for Network Programming, has announced that it has recently performed a general demonstration of its pioneering technologies. The demonstration was an expression of Neptune’s mission – to build on the software defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) technologies currently being developed by global standards development organizations, industry specification groups and open source communities. In particular, Neptune strives to dramatically reduce the time required to deploy new services and even completely new service types, to enable more efficient exploitation of network and computational resources, and facilitate faster and more intelligent response to network events. Neptune achieves these objectives through research undertaken by special teams assembled by its member organizations. Four Global Firsts What gave this demonstration special significance was that it included four global firsts. It was the world’s first multi-vendor vCPE demonstration, in which a single service provider OpenStack controller established end-to-end services terminating on virtual customer premises equipment (vCPEs) from three different vendors – ADVA Optical Networks, Telco Systems (BATM Group) and RAD. Everything was run on top of Mellanox switch and HCA adaptor. Satellite network vendor Gilat Satellite Networks, moreover, became the first to demonstrate vCPE capabilities in a satellite ground segment gateway. The demonstration also incorporated the world’s first integration of tactical mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) UHF radio networks into an SDN and NFV-based multi-vendor heterogeneous virtual Radio Access Network (vRAN), a technology developed by Elbit Systems Land and C4i. Additionally it featured Open Mobile Edge Cloud (OMEC) with the world’s first completely virtual cellular base station (from modem to management) developed by ASOCS, accelerated by a pool of network attached programmable hardware accelerators. In addition, the Neptune demonstration showcased the transport of the Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI) standard over microwave by Ceragon Networks. ECI Telecom demonstrated how its multilayer service app performs fast recovery from optical-layer faults using an ONOS controller combined with OpenFlow optical extensions. Satellite edge computing for factor-of-20 throughput improvement was shown by Gilat Satellite Networks, and ADVA presented Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) for enterprise services. The demonstration was conducted in the premises of Bezeq International, supported by equipment located at four other sites. Present were the outgoing Chief Scientist of the Israel Ministry of Economy and Industry, Avi Hasson, the head of the Chief Scientist’s technological infrastructure division, Ilan Peled, Neptune chair Dr. Yaakov Stein, and representatives of each consortium member. “Tighter financial restrictions along with the dynamicity of today’s networks are steering service providers to adopt ever more efficient, automated, and service-aware networks,” Stein explained. “This necessitates totally new network architectures that enable the fast creation of new services, simplified network management, and real time network optimization while maintaining or even reducing service provider CapEx and OpEx,” he added. ”Our demonstration represents a major step in bringing all these advantages of networking programming to service providers worldwide.” “The Neptune Consortium propels Israeli industry into a new era in which communication networks will be programmed, existing services can be easily modified and new services may be introduced quickly.” Peled concluded. “The collaboration between member companies, as well as between them and breakthrough research groups, shortens time-to-market, maximizes resources and establishes the entire Neptune Consortium at the forefront of these leading edge technologies.” About the Neptune Consortium The Neptune Consortium was founded in 2014 to develop efficient methods to automate and programmatically manage service provider networks, irrespective of their underlying network technologies. Basic to achieve this goal are SDN and NFV. Backed by the Israel Innovations Authority (previously the Office of the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Economy and Industry), the consortium includes the country’s leading communications innovators: ADVA Optical Networking Israel, ASOCS, Bezeq International, Ceragon Networks, ECI Telecom, Elbit Systems, Gilat Satellite Networks, Mellanox Technologies, RAD, and Telco Systems (BATM Group); and research institutions: Ariel University, Ben-Gurion University, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Holon Technological Institute, the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, the Lev Academic Center in Jerusalem, the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and Tel Aviv University. hTTp://www.nep-tune.org/ hTTp://finance.yahoo.com/news/neptune-israeli-networking-consortium-conducts-172600495.html
reeltime
06/4/2017
22:30
Disruptive technologies – The telco world moves between hope and fear April 6, 2017 Sabrina Labanowski While telecommunication companies wish to expand the usage of disruptive technologies, they are concerned and confused over the implications arising from adopting them, according to a new report prepared for KPMG International by Forrester Consulting. The report, entitled Powering a connected world disruptive technologies barometer: Telecommunications sector, is based on a survey of 580 senior telecommunications decision makers from 16 countries. The study shows that telecom leaders are eager to use disruptive technologies to improve their products and services, reduce costs and outpace their rivals. At the same time, they are also concerned that disruptive technologies are undermining their business models and fear their businesses lack the organizational flexibility and agility to get the most out of new technology. Telecom Disruption The survey revealed the following: Lack of a clear roadmap – Uncertainty concerning disruptive technologies is sweeping the sector. Telecom companies are worried that new players could usurp their traditional dominance as network providers. Focus on customer – Telcos strive to enhance customer experience. They are keen to exploit the possibilities of the internet of things (IoT), wearables and data and analytics by tracking user behavior, adapting to needs and demands in real time and sharpening their marketing. Selective choice – Service providers invest mainly in technologies such as IoT, virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), artificial intelligence (AI) and digital currencies. Need to adapt – The majority of telco executives (78 percent) fear their businesses lack the organizational flexibility and agility to adapt to new ways of working. Forrester analysts conclude that the current telecom organizational model is unlikely to survive. Disruption pressures telcos to become platform companies offering a range of services from content to software and everything in between. The shifting shape of the sector is influencing every major executive decision. However, these same executives admit their organizations are not well positioned to adapt to disruptive technology. They add that telecom companies face a two-tier challenge: they need to become internet and/or content-related organizations, while remaining custodians of networks that are safe, reliable and powerful. To achieve these dual goals, leaders need to clarify investment strategies and prioritize disruptive technologies. They also need to master data and analytics and leverage them to their full potential. This can happen only if industry leaders are fully committed and prepared to make dramatic changes to their business and operating models. hTTp://www.telco.com/blog/disruptive-technologies-hope-fear/
reeltime
04/4/2017
14:47
My associate in Kenya advises me that Dimension Data was bought by Nippon Telephone and Telegraph of Japan. NTT group are actively employing SDN solutions. No idea of the scope of involvement with Telco systems but at the very least they have their foot in a very big door. FWIW
fse
03/4/2017
18:13
https://www.theladders.com/job/01-sid-WZBT5C4QKGISD6MI4U7WYUYBZQ Regional Account Director BATM Advanced Communications Ltd. Telecommunications Salary depends on experience Posted on 04/03/17 . Duties and Responsibilities: •Promote and close sales with current and prospect end user customers and resellers •Meet or exceed quota target in the territory •Prospect opportunities and provide sales presentations to potential customers •Assist in the development of formal sales plans and proposals for assigned opportunities. •Develop and maintain an accurate list of prospects and strive to close business •Visit customers on a regular basis - with or without resellers •Actively participate in local and regional tradeshows and other relevant market events •Regularly provide activity reports and forecasts Requirements and Skills Required: •Experience selling Ethernet/MPLS wide area networking solutions to carriers in the western region USA with software and SDN/NFV sales experience a plus •Current relationships with Tier 2 and 3 CSPs in the territory •Technical and industry ecosystem knowledge sufficient to understand and prospect customer technical application requirements •Background and experience to carry out most of the selling cycle independently •Excellent business presence with ability to work effectively at multiple levels within customer organizations •Excellent written and verbal communication, listening and strong presentation skills •Ability to work effectively within an international organization and add value as a team member •Self driven with the ability to work independently to accomplish business objectives •Strong problem solving skills; ability to assess a problem and determine an effective course of action •Ability to effectively multitask in a fast-paced demanding environment •Self-disciplined, capable of working effectively from a home office •Experience working with and leading RFP/RFQ proposal responses •Proficiency in MS Office suite with experience working with SalesForce application a plus •Willingness to travel extensively as demand requires ========================================================== ==================================================== Regards. DYOR
james dean
03/4/2017
17:29
shouldn't they release an RNS about the above deals?
mfhmfh
03/4/2017
15:15
Heres a link to Internet Solutions Kenya hTTp://www.is.co.ke/our-company A little bit about them.... significant room for expansion of this contract assuming all goes well ? This post is added to when I have more info.... Headquartered in South Africa, we have operating offices in Mozambique, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana and the UK. We also have international PoPs (Point of Presence) in New York, London, Germany, Hong Kong and Singapore as well as 63 PoPs across the African continent. The company has over 15,500 sqm of data centre space across the African continent. Internet Solutions also has the largest network of WiFi hotspots. Internet Solutions Kenya is at the end of the day wholly owned by this group hTTp://www.dimensiondata.com/en-CA/aboutus Dimension data is a part of this group hTTps://www.ntt-global.com/who/
fse
01/4/2017
17:17
Kenyan Provider Builds SDN Network to Support 10GE Services Brian Santo March 30, 2017 11:03 am PT Telco Systems will provide Internet Solutions Kenya with a fully automated software-defined network (SDN) with the capacity to support 10 gigabit Ethernet services to its enterprise customers. Internet Solutions Kenya is part of a larger group of companies that have operations in South Africa, Nigeria, Uganda, and elsewhere in Africa. Internet Solutions Kenya has a fiber-based MPLS network now in place, providing cloud, communication, connectivity, and carrier services within Kenya and connecting outside Kenya. Metro Ethernet pioneer Telco Systems has a multinational clientele that includes Verizon, Time Warner Cable, Bell, Telefonica, Nokia, Orange, and Ziggo, to name a few. It also already has a customer in Africa, and it happens to be in Kenya – the Kenya Education Network (Kenet). Telco Systems prides itself on several capabilities, but among them is its ability to push MPLS-based systems to the edge and its expertise with NFV. Those will both be relevant when working with Internet Solutions Kenya. Telco Systems will be replacing an unidentified incumbent communications supplier as it helps Internet Solutions Kenya with the upgrade to provide more bandwidth. The equipment vendor said it will provide a fully automated software-defined network with the capacity to support 10GE, using its 10G Ethernet MPLS Demarcation & Pre-Aggregation Platform and two demarcation devices. Internet Solutions Kenya will also use Telco Systems’ EdgeGenie Orchestrator service management system. EdgeGenie is modular; different modules make use of various open source technologies, such as OpenDaylight and OpenStack, as needed to deploy and manage services. The Kenyan operator will end up with full MPLS services across all parts of its fiber network all the way to the customer. In addition, this network upgrade will include the latest MEF 2.0 standards, which will allow Internet Solutions Kenya to deliver more robust services to its customers. This deal may lead to a deeper relationship. “This is not the end in our engagement with them,” Telco Systems Chief Executive Ariel Efrati told SDxCentral. “We’re discussing with them a more sophisticated platform for virtualization. They will be one of the first in Africa to offer virtualized services.” Efrati said not only does he expect the work with Internet Solutions Kenya to lead to additional business with other companies in its group, but he also thinks that business will be a springboard for business with unrelated companies on the continent. Many African countries have already installed fiber, now they’re looking to make money from those investments, Efrati noted. “It’s a good opportunity. They can take a quantum leap. They have less legacy infrastructure to hold them down,” he said, later adding, “Everyone thinks about innovation coming from America, Europe, and so on. I think Africa has a lot to offer.” hTTps://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/news/kenyan-service-provider-builds-sdn-network/2017/03/
reeltime
31/3/2017
17:35
It would appear that we have had several days trading after the results of higher than normal volumes. I suspect a large seller in the picture but it looks as if the buys have been investors and not being taken up by institutional holders. Someone who is more skilled at watching these trades may be able to confirm or dispute this. If true then the shift to more smaller investors would be a welcome development. My experience of institutional holders is that they often buy and reduce not on the news but due to policy changes so they can be a fickle part of the equation.
fse
30/3/2017
06:01
Thanks spekky. It's a shame that it will no longer let me use the normal code to keep it neater, but that must be down to it being originally set up within a premium account. I will see if I can find some time to tidy the header up as it is a shame to see it messed up after all this time.
trojan
29/3/2017
17:50
Trojan If you replace http and use one capital T........hTtp,your links should work.as below........ hTtp://www.batm.com/index.php?page=Financial%20Reports
spekky
28/3/2017
22:21
Thanks JD Marom wasn't impressed with the failed promises of TASE.
reeltime
28/3/2017
00:28
Interesting indeed. Good spot.
fse
27/3/2017
21:55
Interesting read: http://www.globes.co.il/en/article-then-i-got-this-crazy-idea-hire-bibi-1001182542 Regards. DYOR
james dean
25/3/2017
16:16
We will probably get confirmation that a large holder has lost patience and reduced or exited.
fse
24/3/2017
20:34
A little overdone methinks. AIMHO. Regards. DYOR
james dean
24/3/2017
11:15
still sinking...
mfhmfh
23/3/2017
16:03
The last set of results were a disappointment and hurt the share price The backdrop for the company has vastly improved but as I and others have commented already the share price is simply not going to improve until the sales are seen in the bottom line. There has been no urgency for investors to leave money on the table so to speak. its a company I follow in depth due the very real potential here but it's been frustrating to the extreme as it's all taken far too long. On a more positive note the company has been totally re structured and they owe no money.
fse
22/3/2017
21:27
Zak seems totally unperturbed about sp-he is now well aware RNSing these small contract wins do nothing for the share price and that it always drifts after results as the market knows his form-and BATs-at this stage. He is unlikely to announce anything significant and the annoying thing is the BOD seem happy to play along. Are they really acting in the interests of shareholders? They may be doing a job but you wonder if a younger or more dynamic CEO would be as happy to sit back just to take a salary and pension. SHs certainly are getting nothing from this masterly want of oomph. Why not sell Telco if it has such promise? imo
cumnor
22/3/2017
21:16
GlobalData uses its Market Disruptor recognition to provide an overview and analysis of companies that are generating new competitive threats in their market spaces. In the Market Disruptor profile published on Telco Systems, GlobalData praises Telco Systems for effectively transitioning from a hardware-focused carrier Ethernet equipment supplier to a provider of virtual network solutions, enabling service providers to address new virtual customer premise, access and aggregation markets. GlobalData also highlights the benefits of Telco Systems' new NFVTime solution for providing a transforming approach for telcos to launch new vCPE services. NFVTime delivers a complete NFV service environment for service providers and network integrators to ensure a smooth and rapid launch path for NFV services. NFVTime provides the virtualized NFV infrastructure (NFVi) solution for running any VNF on any x86 hardware platform, either on third party or Telco Systems specific platforms. This approach from Telco Systems for enabling carrier-class vCPE services transforms the existing practice of using dedicated network appliances and relying on appliance stacking. NFVTime includes a growing ecosystem and catalog of certified and pre-tested VNFs from leading vendors, including Advantech, SilverPeak, Fortinet, Check Point, Netrounds, Certes, Juniper, Cisco, Palo Alto, Brocade and Riverbed. "Telco Systems has retained its rich portfolio of carrier Ethernet access capabilities, while fully virtualizing its product line to meet growing cloud-based service demands," explained Glen Hunt Principal Analyst for Global Telecom Technology and Software at GlobalData. "In the process, the company has grown its partner ecosystem to offer its customers a broad range of software-based service functions and provides the management and orchestration tools needed to efficiently deploy a full complement of virtual CPE solutions." "We are very proud to receive this timely recognition as a Market Disruptor from GlobalData and are pleased to say that we are already enjoying strong demand for our new NFVTime solution from telcos around the world that are currently either solidifying their NFV roll out strategies or beginning their initial commercial launches of NFV services," said Raanan Tzemach, Vice President of Product Management at Telco Systems. "This important recognition confirms our approach for providing service providers with a turnkey solution that facilitates a short time-to-market and short time-to-revenue for the launch of NFV services without compromising on performance and functionality." To download the GlobalData Market Disruptor profile on Telco Systems, please click here. Telco Systems will be exhibiting its new NFVTime solution along with its entire portfolio of networking solutions at the MPLS+SDN+NFV World event at Booth # 201 in Paris, France during March 21 to March 24.
fse
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