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Batm Advanced Communications LSE:BVC London Ordinary Share IL0010849045 ORD ILS0.01
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  +0.00p +0.00% 19.125p 18.75p 19.50p 18.75p 18.75p 18.75p 40,795 16:35:00
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26/7/2017
17:12
i would say filter that useless biggles
the crypt
25/7/2017
16:18
Interesting post on white box approach. It does suggest that sales in this environment may be of a trickle in nature rather than large contracts. In any event its worth reading the article above.
fse
24/7/2017
22:45
How can service providers benefit from the white box ecosystem? July 24, 2017 Gabi Podolsky A recent post published on AT&T‘s corporate blog by Chris Rice, Senior VP at AT&T Labs, and one of the most influential people in the telecom industry, together with John Medamana, VP Network Platforms, illustrated well the revolution the telecom industry is going through following the introduction of the white box concept. The post, entitled, Scaling White Box, explains that being able to mix and match standardized hardware configurations with different software protocols enables to get a more open, flexible and cost-effective alternative to traditional proprietary, integrated networking equipment. The post authors stated that in the emerging white box ecosystem, service providers take a much more active role in the end solution. They use the external ecosystem for key capabilities. Eventually, service providers will benefit an end solution, which is modular and has open interfaces. According to AT&T experts the white box other benefits include: Lower CAPEX and OPEX for the new solution Better visibility and input into the merchant silicon roadmap Using original design manufacturers (ODMs) for hardware configurations A growing, open hardware ecosystem in communities like the Open Compute Project (OCP) Service providers can now customize the solution for their needs using premium components While these benefits are evident, not enough has been said about how telecom equipment manufacturers can benefit from adopting the white box approach and how service providers can get as a result cheaper equipment at much shorter supply times. The white box ecosystem fits well into the vision of telecommunications solution providers such as Telco Systems. In the past we at Telco Systems needed to develop and produce by ourselves each router, switch, port or any hardware component. These days, we can approach large ODMs such as Advantech, Lanner or AAEON and specify exactly what we need and get it much faster. The white box ecosystem enables us to focus on what we do best without wasting resources on hardware production and engineering. By doing so, we can use whatever hardware we wish, with whatever product we want and with each VNFs (SilverPeak, Fortinet, Check Point or others), we wish. This gives us the opportunity to offer our clients much more dynamic products for lower cost and much faster. VNFs FacebookLinkedInTwitterGoogle+Share Network Security, SDN & NFVODMs, service providers, VNFs, white box hTTp://www.telco.com/blog/how-can-service-providers-benefit-from-the-white-box-ecosystem/
reeltime
19/7/2017
12:53
Ah, that's better. I had thought I'd wait till the idiot went away or got better but it looks as though neither is going to happen. Filtered.
b1ggles
19/7/2017
10:23
oh lordy - me eggs gone a bit jibberish and me cheese is real stinky.... heh heh
the crypt
17/7/2017
13:10
he he he he - wheres me cheese?? heh heh heh - wol a laff?
the crypt
17/7/2017
11:47
heh heh hey - crikey!!!! it's like quiet in here...... Blimey, must be time to munch on a slippery fried egg!
the crypt
17/7/2017
08:52
HEH HEH HEH HEH - yES Crypty is back................... lol munching on the egg n beans.
the crypt
14/7/2017
16:10
hee hee hee - so funny - me egg wazza omlette with a slkice of cheese on toast - heh heh heh....lol lol Buy BVC? No way - yer massive cat.
the crypt
14/7/2017
14:13
oh crinkiest - me egg was well scrambled, lol lol and me sausage was a frankfarter.
the crypt
14/7/2017
13:05
heh heh heh - oye ye porridge munsters and clowns of the cheesey sandwich. ho ho
the crypt
14/7/2017
08:59
may yer eggs be roasted on de bbq an yer cheese triangles be splendid..... yeh yer yer heh heh
the crypt
13/7/2017
21:09
Notification of Results BATM Advanced Communications Limited (LSE: BVC), a leading provider of real-time technologies for networking solutions and medical laboratory systems, gives notice that it will be announcing its interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2017 on Wednesday 30 August 2017. FSE> OK what can we expect to see in these results. Probably going to be a partial "groan" still as I do not think sales in the Telco will reflect through on this past period. The pipeline looks good and the tie up with a handful of fairly major players is encouraging and another award today does portend favorably for the future. I am not sure that we should be expecting large contracts more a steady trickle into this market. We know that SDN is getting taken very seriously but as ever the speed of uptake in this sector is notoriously lethargic. The medical division is a bit of an unknown here in terms of sales. There have been numerous positive indicators but again I do not think they are quite up to potential here so am expecting a slight improvement with hopefully some news on the Chinese partnership. The company could surprise at any time with major news but am not too bullish on results. FWIW.
fse
13/7/2017
17:35
Hi Crypty - You back in or still holding? Pleased to see you - keep munching. Regards. DYOR
james dean
13/7/2017
15:38
wheres yer chips n vinegar - aye - ya cheesey ssandwich>
the crypt
13/7/2017
14:43
hTTp://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2017/07/13/8578557.htm
fse
13/7/2017
14:40
Telco Systems Wins 2017 NFV Innovation Award 13/07/2017 2:15pm PR Newswire (US) BATM Advanced Communications (LSE:BVC) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Thursday 13 July 2017 Click Here for more BATM Advanced Communications Charts. MANSFIELD, Massachusetts, July 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Telco Systems, the leading provider of innovative CE 2.0, MPLS, IP, SDN/NFV solutions, today announced that the company has won the 2017 NFV Innovation Award from TMCNet, the leading news and information source for the communications industry. The NFV Innovation Award recognizes technology companies that are delivering on the promises of Network Function Virtualization by giving service providers new levels of flexibility, efficiency and agility in order to rapidly deliver new services and applications that will meet growing customer demands and drive new revenue streams. Telco Systems won this award recognition for its NFVTime solution and the innovative zero touch provisioning it provides for telcos and managed service providers to roll out and manage new NFV-based new managed services. NFVTime is an open, service-ready, plug-and-play uCPE solution that delivers a complete service environment for smoothly and rapidly launching NFV services. NFVTime integrates x86 commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) white box hardware, a carrier-class NFVi-OS and a broad portfolio of certified VNFs that are centrally managed and orchestrated. NFVTime dramatically reduces the cost and complexity of uCPE, SD-WAN and other managed service deployments and operations by providing enhanced zero touch service provisioning, monitoring and lifecycle management of any VNF service chain. By using NFVTime, telcos and managed service providers also benefit from a short time-to-market and increased service agility for new on-demand offerings. "We are very proud to receive another award recognition for NFVTime and the clear value that our solution is providing our customers," commented Raanan Tzemach, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Telco Systems. "We are confident that NFVTime can position any telco or managed service provider to leverage the market opportunity created by virtualization into new attractive services and important new revenues." To learn more, please download our new whitepaper from Intel describing the value proposition and market differentiation of NFVTime titled Telco Systems NFVTime-OS is Foundation of Secure, Flexible uCPE. About Telco Systems Telco Systems delivers an industry-leading portfolio of Carrier Ethernet and MPLS-based demarcation, aggregation, NFV and uCPE solutions, enabling service providers to create intelligent, service-assured, CE 2.0-compliant networks for mobile backhaul, business services and cloud networking. Telco Systems' end-to-end Ethernet, SDN/NFV-ready product portfolio delivers significant advantages to service providers, utilities and city carriers competing in a rapidly evolving telecommunications market. Telco Systems is a wholly owned subsidiary of BATM Advanced Communications (LSE: BVC). To learn more, visit Telco Systems at hxxp://www.telco.com or follow Telco Systems on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. About TMCNet TMCnet is the leading source of news and information for the communications and technology industries and is read by as many as one million unique visitors monthly. TMCNet publishes multiple magazines including Cloud Computing, IoT Evolution, Customer, and Internet Telephony. TMC also produces a variety of trade events, including ITEXPO, the world's leading business technology event, as well as other industry events. For more information about TMCNet, visit hxxp://www.tmcnet.com. Press Contact Tony Miller +1-617-418-3024
fse
06/7/2017
16:13
hTTp://www.adaltis.net/ check it out !
fse
03/7/2017
14:36
Nice to get some info from the medical division
fse
03/7/2017
11:08
BATM appoints CEO at subsidiary Adaltis 08:42 03 Jul 2017 This is a new role created within Adaltis as it gears up to take advantage of the advances made within its molecular biology business unit Diagnostic equipment Adaltis is a majority-owned subsidiary of BATM that manufactures medical diagnostic equipment. BATM Advanced Communications Ltd (LON:BVC) has appointed medtech industry veteran Dr David Perry as chief executive officer of its subsidiary, Adaltis. As part of the restructuring of the senior team, the board of Adaltis is promoting the current general manager, Marco Spadaciolli, to chief operating officer. Dr Perry has more than 20 years' international experience in developing and bringing to global markets new medical devices, and pharmaceutical and biotechnological products across multiple therapy areas, and in small and large companies. Most recently he served as principal of Lilium Bioscience, a company dedicated to bringing to market novel therapeutic and medical-device products in the areas of biosurgery, orthopaedics, regenerative medicine and dermatology. "We are delighted to have David join Adaltis. We believe that Adaltis is maturing to be an important player in the in-vitro diagnostic field and is making the necessary steps to achieve that. We look forward to leveraging David's experience as we take Adaltis to the next stage of its development,” said Dr Zvi Marom, chief executive officer of BATM. From the Proactive Investors site.
reeltime
01/7/2017
17:06
Telecom Industry News By: Jim Schakenbach 'Several technology trends continued to gather steam this month, including all things virtualized, 5G, and security-related developments. Also, it was a big month for corporate movers and shakers, with several high-profile mergers and acquisitions. Technology Talk Network function virtualization remains red hot. Telco Systems and Silver Peak introduced a joint plug-and-play vCPE SD-WAN solution to provide telcos and managed service providers with the flexibility to quickly roll-out and monetize new tiered VNF managed services. This open solution also enables telcos and MSPs to deliver on the ultimate promise of NFV to be an agile, open, and flexible service delivery platform that supports any VNF service in parallel to or as part of a service chain with SD-WAN services'. For the full article click on the link.. hTTp://www.pipelinepub.com/innovation/telecom_industry_news
reeltime
20/6/2017
22:42
The smart city networks vision becomes reality June 19, 2017 Avi Dorfman The Internet of Things (IoT) aims to merge the physical and virtual worlds to create smart environments that improve our lives. One environment that has a huge impact on our daily lives is the cities in which we live. A smart city uses digital technologies and information & communication technologies (ICT) to connect people, processes, data, and things, for the benefit of its citizens and businesses. Using advanced and popularly accepted technologies, smart cities offer sophisticated, citizen-oriented services that catapult outdated public utilities and urban services into the 21st century. Smart city technology is being implemented in major sectors including government services, transport and traffic management, energy, health care, water and waste. Smart city projects and applications are designed to analyze and respond to real-time, context-specific information to address specific urban issues and challenges. US Smart Cities Initiatives Smart city innovators have been encouraged by Barak Obama’s personal involvement in this exciting new trend. Chicago has been active in the smart city space since the election of Mayor Rahm Emanuel in 2011. The City has taken significant steps to achieve the City’s aspiration to create a ‘City-as-a-Platform’ where products and services can be built on city-owned resources, including investment in open, superfast broadband infrastructure; community engagement and inclusion projects; and projects specifically aimed at fostering technological innovation. Boston also has an impressive smart city initiative. The Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics (MONUM ) in Boston, set up in 2010 by Mayor Thomas Menino, is an essential mechanism for Boston’s innovation in smart city investments. MONUM encourages and enables collaboration with innovative companies and SMEs, and supports other city departments through offering expertise and funding. It adopts a top-down and bottom-up model for innovation, and pays particular attention to good communication both internally and with other cities. Smart City Technology Trends Several technology trends are emerging that have an immediate impact on cities as they transition to the smart cities. Data sharing and unification of smart city platforms bring benefits The ability to collect and quickly analyze vast volumes of data is becoming the biggest trend. The unification, sharing and controlling of vast volumes of data leads the trends toward smart cities. Although disparate legacy systems sitting in isolated silos can be connected and shared, big-data collection and analytics can deliver a sudden, pronounced impact. Commoditization of computer hardware able to manipulate massive data stores, along with the ubiquitous adoption of Cloud computing and storage, empower city systems to exploit the data that enables central management of cross-departmental functions. Predictive analysis improvements help us learn as we go Now that we have the Data Lake well stocked, how do we fish for useful information and services? Prediction is the hook to use. This year we will see an explosion of practical applications that make use of the next level in prediction: systems that automatically learn how to predict based on past successes and failures. This will help cities to plan better based on traffic, population, power consumption and other trends as they occur. Even more interestingly, predictive analytics of city and social media data is proving to be useful in daily operations, allowing instant changes and adjustments to services. IoT everywhere IoT is not just a hot topic. It’s everywhere, and it’s changing our lives. The concentration of people, facilities and services within a city make it a natural benefactor of IoT technologies. Consider the usefulness of sensors that can control everything from parking availability to building temperature to waste-water to bus lines to sports events … there is virtually no limit. The possibility for services emanating from interconnection between people, things, and systems via IoT is mind-boggling. New, low power, high-speed wireless networks that traverse every facility will have to be deployed and aligned. Satellite eyes and city-wide video surveillance The implementation of satellite sensors, such as advanced imaging cameras for granular management activities at the city level, has proven successful and we can expect a lot more of it. Satellite services are already enabling cities to control planning through precise measurement of buildings via satellite feeds rather than by wasteful dispatch of scarce employees to inspect structures. Governments use city-wide video surveillance to gather information that can be used in crime prevention, citizen protection, employee safety, crowd control, home monitoring, facility management, and a myriad other uses. Satellite-based video surveillance will soon be ubiquitous and around-the-clock. Helping people with open data and personal dashboards The explosion of available data sources and cheap technology to deliver relevant data to citizens on mobile devices is changing our daily lives. Smart cities will be able to deliver services that use more current data, and provide Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that can harness the data in helpful ways. Interactions with citizens will be seamless, irrespective of the channel of communication. Technology will bring the average man in the street closer to city service managers and to each other in the pursuit of smooth consumption of services. Smart Gigabit Networks – The Smart City Engine Smart cities require very smart networks able to transmit huge volumes of information, at very high speeds, among people and machines. These networks will enable deployment of new, smart services in a matter of hours, instead of every new service requiring many months to develop and deploy. The new networks will have to offer Internet access at gigabit speed. Let’s look at three ways that new Gigabit networks will contribute to the smart city vision: Multi-Gigabit Ethernet networks enable big data and video services The imminent impact of smart city services and applications running on city networks is a huge surge in demand for bandwidth. Current network infrastructures will have to adapt to meet this exploding bandwidth requirement. In some cases, entire networks will have to be redesigned. Low-cost Carrier Ethernet demarcation and aggregation equipment that supports 1Gb ports will have to be upgraded to high-end switches and routers that support 10Gb and even 100Gb. New Carrier Ethernet technologies will have to be implemented to enable differentiation of services that improve performance and efficiency of smart city networks. CE 2.0 networks enable interoperability between different devices and services In the IoT ecosystem, home automation devices, security systems, power grids and all “things” are connected and communicate via the Internet. Similarly smart cities require heterogeneous technology across the board. However, we work on different types of devices with multiple platforms, which can cause interoperability challenges. These issues can be overcome by utilizing unified communication standards, common specifications and open architecture systems. New smart city networks based on Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0) standards will enable standardized and interoperable Ethernet communication among all types of devices, across multiple service providers, with improved manageability. CE 2.0 networks enable advanced cyber security and protection strategies The higher complexity and heterogeneity of smart city technological and communication environments could result in an even higher exposure to cyber-attacks. Vulnerability increases when systems become connected and integrated. In particular, this occurs when an unprecedented amount of additional data (Big Data) is generated by various smart devices (like sensors, meters and cameras) and processed by connected systems. The network infrastructure, whether broadband, Wi-Fi or satellite, that connects systems and their operators, adds entry points and opportunities for security breaches or human error. New network infrastructures will need sophisticated protection strategies to provide better high availability and failure resiliency support. Summary We are witnessing the emergence of technologies that are revolutionizing the efficiency of urban infrastructures and transforming our cities into smart cities. As citizens we are beginning to expect smarter services and applications that make our lives simpler, easier and safer. Upgrading urban communication networks to the new smart Gigabit technology will provide the infrastructure to enable these exciting new services and applications to happen. hTTp://www.telco.com/blog/category/software-defined-networking/
reeltime
16/6/2017
22:52
Last series of earnings reports has held them back. The company is either fairly valued or undervalued depending how you want to look at it. BATM are valued more as an established company and not as a start up with potential. Given that the company was completely re invented its hard to say how you would label them....The other thorn in their side is to slow adoption of SDN NFV by providers. Its all POC's and no real gravy ... yet ! That could all change but that in itself is going to take a while before you see it in the bottom line.Frustrating....
fse
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