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% 25.45p 25.00p 25.90p 25.80p 25.40p 25.50p 174,482 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 73.2 -0.5 -0.2 - 102.60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/1/2018
16:03
There was I believe a 600,000 share trade yesterday looked like a sell but it was snapped up again so to speak.... Investors who bought into this a few months back are sitting un unrealized profits so expect some tree shaking and selling along the way. Trend appears positive ....... We will get end of year indicators in March. Also we have heard absolutely nought regarding the medical division. Its been like it never existed !!!!! all the news has been Telco.
fse
11/1/2018
04:20
Cheers James
volsung
10/1/2018
18:28
volsung - 14672 The trade @ 14:11 this afternoon worth 40K sterling plus others may have tipped the share price somewhat IMHO. http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices-and-markets/stocks/exchange-insight/trade-data.html?page=1&pageOffBook=0&fourWayKey=IL0010849045GBGBXSET3&formName=frmRow&upToRow=50 Remember DYOR
james dean
10/1/2018
16:05
Probably unwise but bought some more anyway
volsung
10/1/2018
16:00
Just the way batman has performed over the last 17 years apart from when it shot upto 70 quidish
rob1ng
10/1/2018
15:14
Any reason for the sharp drop?
volsung
09/1/2018
18:43
Worth another listen to Zvi in December last. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/8538/batm-advanced-communications-teams-up-with-trend-micro-to-launch-vsecurity-solution-8538.html
james dean
09/1/2018
16:28
In addition to the Govt defence cyber security interests........ I got the impression after looking at the youtube video RT posted the link to above that this latest association with Trend Micro is a potentially pretty big deal. It appears this is going to give them a much wider target area Anyone got any views on this ?
fse
09/1/2018
14:12
Looks to be breaking out. Bought a few more
volsung
08/1/2018
22:37
BATM bags $4M cyber security contract Video.. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUlkUKHS9HY
reeltime
08/1/2018
17:32
Hard to read much into todays trades but it does appear that we are starting to see more smaller investors coming on board rather than the in outs of larger holders that have dominated the scene for a long time. There is a lot of potential now in clear view but will the markets buy potential ? The cyber security element is a large "extra" to their plans and they just would not be winning this business if it was all smoke and mirrors. Interesting year ahead.
fse
08/1/2018
14:58
There are several comments worth making on this latest cyber security win. The contract is awarded following existing successful deployment with the same customer. BATM anticipate building on this contract further. There are other POC's in the pipeline that they hope to convert into contracts. As mentioned above this is a multi $bn market and growing and from what we can tell BATM are in a good position to expand their share in this essential field. Not sure they will really take off on this news alone but the case for investing is stronger all the time and the valuation of the company is looking rather attractive. Its starting look like a situation now of "when" rather than "if" this all shows up in the bottom line.
fse
08/1/2018
07:37
TIDMBVC RNS Number : 1623B BATM Advanced Communications Ld 08 January 2018 LEI: 213800FLQUB9J289RU66 8 January 2018 BATM Advanced Communications Limited ("BATM" or "the Group") BATM Awarded Follow-On Cyber Security Contract by a Government Defense Department Latest award of $4m contract to provide hardware and software solution is the fourth from government agencies BATM Advanced Communications Limited (LSE: BVC), a leading provider of real-time technologies for networking solutions and medical laboratory systems, is pleased to announce that its Networking and Cyber division ("the Division") has been awarded a significant contract to supply a cyber communication technology solution to a Government defense department. This contract is the fourth such contract awarded to BATM by a national government and is worth approximately $4m over the next 12 months. BATM was awarded the new contract following the successful deployment of the Division's solution previously and expects to commence delivery of the contract in Q2 2018 with completion by year-end 2018. The Group anticipates receiving follow-on orders after the completion of this contract. Dr Zvi Marom, Chief Executive Officer of BATM, said: "We are delighted to have been awarded a contract following the successful deployment of our solution by a national defense department. Interest in our cyber technologies' abilities to detect and investigate suspicious network activity and cyber threats continues to increase as governments and their defense agencies seek to prevent potential cyber attacks on their infrastructure and important institutions as well as to secure their communications. We look forward to reporting the successful completion of other ongoing proof-of-concept trials taking place currently." Enquiries: BATM Advanced Communications ------------------------------- ----------------- Dr Zvi Marom, Chief Executive Officer +972 9866 2525 ------------------------------- ----------------- Moti Nagar, Chief Financial Officer ------------------------------- ----------------- Shore Capital ------------------------------- ----------------- Mark Percy, Anita Ghanekar +44 20 7408 4050 ------------------------------- ----------------- Luther Pendragon ------------------------------- ----------------- Harry Chathli, Claire Norbury +44 20 7618 9100 ------------------------------- ----------------- The information communicated in this announcement is inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation 596/2014. This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END CNTUGUQWGUPRPWQ (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 08, 2018 02:00 ET (07:00 GMT)
james dean
08/1/2018
07:28
This should really motor now
jestercat2
08/1/2018
07:15
Great start to the week,$4 mill contract and more to come.
spekky
05/1/2018
16:53
Communication Service Providers will Gain Back their Services in 2018. Telco Systems Led mainly by Tier 1 service providers in North America, the telecommunication industry was unsettled during the past two years by several disruptive technologies. Technologies such as SD-WAN, SDN, NFV, uCPE and whitebox solutions have crossed the chasm, while technologies like 5G and intelligent networks are still works in progress. We expect that during 2018 and onward through 2019 that these technologies will be adopted across most service providers segments, opening growth opportunities to expand managed services revenues for the communication service providers as well as for over-the-top managed service providers. These technologies will be used to reduce operational expenditures as well as improve connectivity, while serving as growth channels. #1: SD-WAN: Hype continues with move towards standardization and open uCPE implementations SD-WAN is one of the disruptive technologies that has emerged in recent years. Even though WAN optimization solutions and other technologies to similar SD-WAN have existed for more than a decade, the existing SD-WAN concept and take-off is a result the efforts of a handful of emerging companies that have driven the technology adoption into the situation that no service provider can escape from deploying SD-WAN. All available solutions are based on proprietary technologies without any standard interfaces or available interoperability. These solutions can be considered as vertical solutions mostly deployed on dedicated appliances with limited openness. During 2018 and 2019, there will be a push for standardizing SD-WAN and defining interoperability requirements. As an example of this, the MEF3.0 framework is pushing towards this direction, which has the support of many major Tier 1 service providers. As the move from appliances to uCPE-based implementation gained momentum in 2017, there was a lot of competition among service providers to be the first to introduce SD-WAN services. We believe that during 2018 the demand for SD-WAN service will accelerate with additional focus on the market demand for open whitebox and uCPE solutions. #2: MPLS and Carrier Ethernet are here to stay Cloudization, centralized network services and SAAS all require high bandwidth and high quality connectivity. For these, SLA-based connectivity is a mandatory requirement to ensure the business continuity and proper user experience of these services for which MPLS and Carrier Ethernet solutions can provide the most reliability. The assumption that SD-WAN solutions will reduce the number of overall MPLS lines may be found wrong. This is due to the need for robust, SLA-based underlying connectivity. Moreover, it will be compensated by the demand for higher bandwidth and an increased number of businesses that need to rely on connectivity for their business continuity. Therefore, the MEF3.0 framework takes the SLA capabilities of Carrier Ethernet solutions into new levels by defining more flexible and more robust SLA measurements and assurances. #3: It’s NFV time: Moving from engineering led to service led deployment NFV deployments were led during the previous few years by engineers that drove technology innovation. These engineers focused on core networks and utilized NFV to allow more efficient, agile networks that ease the engineering divisions to react to new requirements. We expect that in the coming year that NFV deployment motivation will be led by business requirements with the service focus aiming to harness NFV to offer more services and increase service provider revenues. Supported with the correct business models, we expect to see significant higher adoption of NFV by many of the service providers that were previously not in the game. We believe that the trend of invest-as-you-grow models, supported by the uCPE deployment model, is the preferred approach for service-led deployments as opposed to centralized deployments in an invest-first model led by technology driven approaches. #4: New network function vendors The hesitation of traditional physical network functions vendors to introduce appealing VNF pricing models, mainly due to the risk of revenue cannibalization from the traditional appliances, has opened an opportunity for new VNF vendors. Without the right licensing and pricing models for VNFs, NFV services will be CAPEX challenged, mainly in the short term, which is causing service providers to look for good enough alternatives that support their business cases. VNF solutions for emerging security functions, routing and SD-WAN are already available, tested and are showing good results. The major inhibitor for these new VNF adoptions may be the general awareness for these solutions along with the requirements from IT managers to be served by the known vendors. With time, these will be managed through correct pricing models and will gain the appropriate levels of trust. About The Author: Raanan Tzemach is the Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Telco Systems and is responsible for the company’s product strategy. hTTps://www.thefastmode.com/services-and-innovations/11843-communication-service-providers-will-gain-back-their-services-in-2018?utm_source=fastmode&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=4118
reeltime
22/12/2017
15:36
Cybersecurity Market worth 231.94 Billion USD by 2022 The report "Cybersecurity Market by Solution (IAM, Encryption, DLP, UTM, Antivirus/Anti-Malware, Firewall, IDS/IPS, Disaster Recovery, DDOS Mitigation, SIEM), Service, Security Type, Deployment Mode, Organization Size, Vertical, and Region - Global Forecast to 2022", The cybersecurity market is expected to grow from USD 137.85 Billion in 2017 to USD 231.94 Billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.0%. The major forces driving the cybersecurity market are strict data protection directives and cyber terrorism. The cybersecurity market is growing rapidly because of the growing security needs of Internet of Things (IoT) and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trends, and increased deployment of web and cloud-based business applications.
fse
21/12/2017
15:19
Its highly unlikely that BATM will pay dividends again in the near term future. They have on the other hand developed and brought to market several solutions including cyber security without going to the markets to raise cash. This is an element of investing with BATM that is really not being given the credit they deserve...... ie they have not diluted the share price and have paid for all of these developments in house...... There was a peak in the share price many years ago to 700P at the height of the Nokia business and the development of the photonic switch. The peek and crash you may see on old charts had to do with the fact that there was a stock split 10:1 at that time which is not accurately reflected in some charts. The stock did nevertheless hit 70p at that time. Since that time the share price has been in the 60p range with no where near the type of potential we are seeing today. Thanks to Gerhatrick for the informative post.
fse
21/12/2017
12:04
The thought of dividends was not discussed at the AGM. The focus was on this concept, now formalised with Trend Micro and with the cyber element central to its appropriateness on both ARM and Intel hardware. In fact, the focus was on the SP, particularly in light of its peak in the past relationship with Nokia when the share price was ££ rather than in small pence. The sterilisation units were also discussed and the laboratory testing mechanism also. It was a positive all round presentation but clearly this software development could be mega as part of the international cyber risks. And remember -this is an Israeli company who are paranoid due to the risks of their existence-and understandably so-so to have an innovative cyber defence mechanism is going to be something special!
gerihatrick
21/12/2017
10:58
are they paying dividends. when is pay day? tia
latifs100
20/12/2017
21:39
Interesting video. Seems like the solution to use either intel or AMD could be a big money spinner. Starting to get optimistic again. Seems all areas of the business growing now.
paulisi
13/12/2017
16:25
Another major product release and partnership. Interesting that it runs on both Arm and Intel platforms. share price in no way refelects the progress made. Markets are still IMO skittish about all this news followed by earnings disappointments. This provides an excellent buying opportunity for those who are prepared to get in before this all impacts the bottom line. hTTps://www.trendmicro.com/en_ca/partners/explore-alliance-partners.html
fse
13/12/2017
15:33
Thanks for posting James Dean, my link wouldn't work
reeltime
13/12/2017
14:38
BATM’s Telco Systems subsidiary launches virtual cybersecurity solution 07:42 13 Dec 2017 The new solution expands BATM’s network function virtualisation portfolio and enhances its market position within a key sector cyber security The vSecurity solution can operate on both Arm and Intel platforms BATM Advanced Communications Ltd’s (LON:BVC) software development subsidiary, Telco Systems, has partnered up with Tokyo firm Trend Micro to launch a cybersecurity solution for deployment across virtual networks. London-listed BATM said the new virtual network function enhances the group’s market position by expanding its network function virtualisation portfolio to include security. READ: BATM banks profit on sale and leaseback of building in Israel Importantly, it is the only vSecurity solution provided by a worldwide vendor that can operate on both Arm and Intel platforms. The “high quality network security service” also provides increased performance, flexibility and cost savings, BATM said. “We are delighted to now be able to offer a cybersecurity solution in our NFV portfolio, which we believe is the most sophisticated option available,” said chief executive Zvi Marom. “Our partnership with Trend Micro, a global leader in its field, is testament to the strength of our NFV offer and the increasing momentum that we are gaining in this key target market for our networking and cyber division. Marom added: “We look forward to continuing to expand our portfolio to offer the most comprehensive NFV platform to telecoms operators and managed service providers globally.” READ: BATM establishes teleco partnerships for network virtualisation market estimated at US$200mln This latest launch is part of BATM's strategy to leverage the telecom-industry transition from hardware to Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN). =============================== =============================
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