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
  -0.25p -0.61% 40.65p 40.40p 40.90p - - - 110,069 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 79.3 2.8 0.0 861.3 163.88

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14/8/2018
21:32
This from 2014 ..... BATM Telco have a credible lead time into this market. Telco Systems’ T-Marc 3348S Wins 2014 Mobility Tech Zone Product of the Year Award The T-Marc 3348S is optimized to fit new mobile backhaul architectures, including small cells, and is 5G ready.
fse
14/8/2018
20:27
As mentioned in an earlier post there is a real push to get 5G out of the starting blocks. There is a resultant sense of urgency for providers to get with the plan so to speak. This ought to all bode well for the likes of BATM Telco. hTTps://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/talkingtech/2018/08/14/sprint-says-bring-first-5-g-smartphone-u-s-2019/986686002/ ........"slated to be available during the first half of 2019. Sprint said it will be the first smartphone in the country with built-in 5G, a distinction that rival Verizon might contest as it launches its first 5G-capable phone this week. While details remain a mystery, Sprint promised its 5G network will be capable of full-length HD movie downloads in "seconds instead of minutes" and the ability to play games without any "delays, hiccups or lag-time."
fse
13/8/2018
20:12
i am 40% u=in the last month or so
red5
13/8/2018
20:07
i bought and sold these shares and made £25k on a intial £500 in the dot com bubble
red5
11/8/2018
11:24
Zero chance of a dividend...its the last thing a company likes this needs to do at this stage.
miti 1000
11/8/2018
08:02
So there looks like there will be some cash floating about soon from the fibre optic stake. Another bolt on due or if not a dividend payment?
paulisi
10/8/2018
11:51
FSE thanks for your inputs here, they've really helped my thought process on this one, great to see someone with some knowledge of the industry!
nquaile875
10/8/2018
10:18
FSE - Many thanks indeed.
emeraldzebra
10/8/2018
10:00
Good write up in this mornings IC, Simon Thompson certainly knows his stuff
mr hangman
10/8/2018
07:35
This article highlights the importance and growth of NFV/SDN........ TBR: 5G to fuel NFV/SDN Allan Tan August 08, 2018 telecomasia.net Technology Business Research’s (TBR) latest NFV/SDN Telecom Market Forecast predicts that mainstream adoption of NFV/SDN is now set for the early 2020s due to operators encountering challenges with migration. Between 2017-2022 5G will also serve as the underlying catalyst for increased NFV/SDN spending. 5G will push operators to adopt a new network architecture, and virtualization will be a critical aspect of networks. “Despite challenges, operators will push forward with NFV/SDN and will scale their investments in these technologies. Operators must transform to stay relevant and competitive in the digital era, and NFV/SDN is a critical component of that transformation,” said TBR Telecom Senior Analyst Chris Antlitz. Another TBR report, 1H18 Telecom Software Mediated Networks (NFV/SDN) Customer Adoption Study, observed that commercial deployments of NFV and SDN are aggressively moving forward, with nearly all leading Tier 1 operators having adopted or planning to adopt NFV and/or SDN by the end of this year TBR Telecom Senior Analyst Michael Soper said that the cost savings potential of network virtualization and automation is becoming more evident. “Carriers are leveraging NFV and SDN capabilities, as well as integrating cognitive technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to evolve to a zero-touch network that can automate performance management and maintenance functions to prevent network faults and reduce expenses. The industry is in the very early stages of this trend,” he cautioned. WAN virtualization is a top priority for service providers as they implement solutions including SD-WAN and WAN optimization into their portfolios. Service provider revenue growth from software-mediated network services, particularly SD-WAN, is accelerating, but the lion’s share of WAN revenue continues to stem from traditional services such as MPLS. The supplier landscape shows incumbent vendors, particularly hardware suppliers, remain entrenched with service providers, but face disruption within certain use cases and with respect to commoditization. The study indicates incumbent hardware providers are best-positioned for providing NFV and SDN solutions across domains, with startups, open source players and cloud-centric vendors infrequently mentioned by respondents. Still, incumbents will face disruption with respect to certain VNFs, such as vEPC and vRAN, and the most significant threat remains hardware pricing, the area in which the overwhelming majority of respondents expect to see cost savings due to commoditization and the shift in spend to the software layer. As the software-mediated market matures, software-centric vendors will be better-positioned than hardware-focused competitors. Additionally, vendors with highly automated service delivery and remote delivery capabilities can help service providers reduce opex tied to NFV and SDN. About the author Allan Tan Allan Tan is editor for Telecom Asia. He is also regional director for Content and Strategy for Questex Media’s Asia operations. SEE FULL BIO >> hTTps://www.telecomasia.net/content/tbr-5g-fuel-nfvsdn
reeltime
09/8/2018
17:52
Telco Systems takes center stage at Ciklum Gdansk cloud edge technologies meetup August 9, 2018 Nikolay Hristov 0 0 Executives from Telco Systems’ research and development (R&D) centers in Israel and Poland made several presentations during the last Ciklum Gdansk Cloud Meetup, which focused on cloud edge technologies and took place on July 31, 2018 in Gdansk, Poland. The first speaker was Paweł Koniszewski, network functions virtualization (NFV) infrastructure developer at Telco Systems, whose presentation dealt with rolling upgrades and was based on an OpenStack case study. Koniszewki explained that any application, regardless of whether it is distributed or not, should ideally reach 100 percent service-level agreement (SLA). To achieve that, all environments need to be highly available with appropriate redundancy. He added that operations such as operating system or software upgrades need to be considered as well. He also described different approaches to preparing distributed applications to support live upgrades between versions based on OpenStack experience. This was followed by a presentation from Dawid Deja, NFV Infrastructure developer at Telco Systems, who spoke on the topics of network functions (NF) and life cycle management (LCM), using Tacker. During the presentation, Deja demonstrated how to install and use OpenStack Tacker to make virtual network functions (VNF) management easier. The last presentation was given by Stanislav Elenkrich, SW & Architecture Group leader at Telco Systems. The talk, entitled “NFV Edge Acceleration technologies using ARM based architecture” showcased high-level architecture for the ARM-based system on chip (SoC) acceleration mechanism. Elenkrich also shared performance results for proposed architecture while using real use cases. NFVTime Edge Computing He said that the true gain of NFV for carrier service providers (CSPs) comes from much faster adaptation and deployment. This enables providers to address customer needs significantly faster, while keeping in force the carrier grade nature of those services. He pointed out that as the universal customer premises equipment (uCPE) device resources on the edge are limited the networking and security performance becomes an important aspect. Elenkrich added that performance improvement on top of SW acceleration (DPDK/SRIOV) may be reached by HW acceleration (FPGA, NPU, embedded SoC accelerator). He said that among the important benefits that can be gained from ARM-based SoCs are embedded HW accelerators for forwarding plane and security operations. This enables the building of smart, high performance and cost-effective NFV infrastructure, which can serve both uCPE host operating system (OS) and virtual machine (VM) which incorporate proper drivers to support it.
fse
09/8/2018
16:39
Remember ARM itself was taken over in 2016 SoftBank surprised the technology world with a plan to acquire British chip designer ARM Holdings for £23.4 billion ($31.4 billion) back in July, the biggest ever purchase of a European technology company. After less than two months, SoftBank is announcing today that the transaction is complete. The total acquisition price is approximately £24 billion ($31 billion), and ARM will now be delisted from the London Stock Exchange tomorrow. SoftBank's purchase of ARM is the latest in a line of acquisitions in recent years for the Japanese company, including the $20 billion Sprint acquisition, and a $15 billion investment in Vodafone's Japanese division. ARM is well-known for designing chips and licensing them to companies like Apple and Samsung, and ARM-designed chips dominate mobile computing in phones and tablets. Fifteen billion ARM-designed chips shipped last year alone, and around half of those were in mobile devices. SoftBank is expected to use the ARM deal to bolster its Internet of Things plans. While ARM only made around $1.5 billion in revenue last year, its low-power and efficient chips are shifting computing worldwide. SoftBank's investment is clearly long-term, and it's likely another wild bet that will pay off for the company.
fse
09/8/2018
15:57
Its unlikely but hardly impossible that BATM Telco would get taken over but if it where then the 200p figure is not off the radar. I have investments in a company that develops augmented reality apps/solutions and as some on here will probably know there are precious few people capable of working with advanced system algorithms so its not a matter of simply taking the company over, you would have to maintain key personnel and development protocol. For example iphone parts are hardly all made by Apple. ARM would be better off with a strategic partnership which is what they have embarked on, I am sure they have numerous other tie ups with other companies. BATM Telco are the lead player for this particular development which they intend to initiate with the likes of NXP and Marvell.
fse
09/8/2018
15:08
I could live with that :)
rawdeal1
09/8/2018
14:30
(200p being the target at the end of 48 months)
emeraldzebra
09/8/2018
13:04
Been suggested to me that 200p is a realistic target/or price at which a taker over might happen on this one. Although i would think that would be some way down the road. Comments appreciated/thanks.
emeraldzebra
09/8/2018
11:32
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red army
09/8/2018
09:25
ADVFN hasn't shown any trades yet and a bid/offer spread of 41.2 to 41.9. I can't see the 41.9/42.3 Is that on the NEX exchange?
car1pet
09/8/2018
09:05
Marom does have a very large holding so although I would like to see someone else in charge I can't see it happening. Henderson also did have a significant holding (10%?). I suppose what this means is that there are a limited number of shares which can be bought and sold so if demand exceeds supply then the price should continue to rise.
car1pet
09/8/2018
08:25
I think Zvi has enough shares to stop that from happening .... if he wanted. It might happen, but hopefully at the right price, then we would all be happy.
rawdeal1
09/8/2018
07:54
FSE you say.... "They are one of the essential bridges between the processor and the networks." Does that mean if BATMs solution is embedded in all 5g chipsets that we become the big cheese in the "internet of things"? Surely we'd be "acquired" if that was true.
spekky
08/8/2018
20:55
We’re not. Just a random ramper more likely to put people off investing in his boiler room stock
volsung
08/8/2018
20:47
Why are we discussing other stocks on this thread??
red army
08/8/2018
20:30
Is a new listed company BigDISH,next JustEat,small mcap,huge customer expansion in Asia coming to UK.Ex JustEat Ceo,Ex play.com Ceo,app is on AIS and google,offering discounts at restaurants up to 70%.Brilliant story.It will be a few baggers soon
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