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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.20p +0.58% 34.50p 418,407 13:51:48
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
34.60p 35.00p 35.70p 34.40p 34.70p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 79.32 2.82 0.04 760.7 139.1

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BATM Advanced Communications Daily Update: Batm Advanced Communications is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BVC. The last closing price for BATM Advanced Communications was 34.30p.
Batm Advanced Communications has a 4 week average price of 33.70p and a 12 week average price of 26p.
The 1 year high share price is 37.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 16.75p.
There are currently 403,150,820 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Batm Advanced Communications is £139,087,032.90.
car1pet: I've been a holder for a lot of years and became convinced the only way the share price would rise would be for a company to buy out Marom, get rid of the pharma business and focus on the comms. I'm delighted to see the recent price rise and wonder if it is purely supply and demand or is there a stake building exercise taking place. Marom ha s a majority holding so he would need to agree to a takeover. Perhaps he has reached the age where he would like to take a back seat and cash in his chips.I would have thought 60-70p would be enough
reeltime: Thanks very much FSE for your informative posts..... Without doubt the joint ventures and various partnerships are gathering momentum and hopefully along with the Cyber extension increased revenue, the interim results should highlight the ongoing progress to date along with a positive forward looking statement for the rest of the year. Nice to see the recent positive share price movement upwards, long may it continue.
paulisi: Good news that we have finally broken through the 26p barrier. 30p is probably a fair price for now. The accounts expect big growth in both sectors,although there are some concerns margins are shrinking. I think the market have been spooked by the lack of growth over recent years and hence why the share price has stuttered. Increased revenues should lead to increased cash flows and either another purchase of a complimentary business or the re-instatement of the dividend.
fse: 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.
reeltime: Thanks FSE This again highlights that Telco Systems are covering the main architectures with Intel and ARM to maximize future sales and growth. "This advanced solution meets a market demand for high performance". "The solution is ready for deployment and is operational". "Intel is expected to announce soon that the uCPE, based on Denverton Atom C3000, is commercially available". All good news for the share price......
fse: Certainly agree with these points (above), really appreciate the feed back IMO ....BATM is treated/valued like an established company not a tech start up or early tech play. In actuality with the demise of Nokia the company had to totally re invent itself. Thats why the time frame for them to be where they are now is quite acceptable. The other key point which I have droned on about many times in the past is that BATM have transformed the company with their own resources and substantial war chest put together when business was booming. Thats all to their credit and shareholders have not been diluted in the process. The flip side you could argue is that investors have had the experience of a disappointing share price, with a regular serving of Jam tomorrow sentiment. There is a lot of inherent value here which is just not being recognised. One clue to that was the valuation of Adaltis involvement in the Medical division.
james dean: BATM hails fruits of becoming an ARM ecosystem partner BATM expects to receive initial sales from the new platform in 2017. Networking A UCPE platform is a networking solution that converts network functions from hardware to software BATM Advanced Communications Limited (LON:BVC) has hailed the launch of the electronics industry's first ARM-based universal Customer Premises Equipment (uCPE) platform. ARM-based chips are particularly popular in mobile devices, and the Cambridge-based chip designer worked closely with BATM's wholly-owned subsidiary, Telco Systems, and Telco partner NXP Semiconductors (NASDAQ:NXPI) on the solution. BATM’s NGSoft subsidiary inks US$35mln framework agreement with national defence agency The uCPE platform uses Telco's NFVTime plug-and-play solution that enables network function virtualisation (NFV). As a result, the group's NFV and software-defined network (SDN) solutions, which are already integrated with Intel-based platforms, are now available on all major architectures. “We are honoured to have launched this solution in partnership with such established organisations as NXP Semiconductors and ARM, which demonstrates the strength of our offer,” declared Dr Zvi Marom, chief executive officer of BATM. BATM Advanced Communications seeing the rewards from investment and new product launches “We believe that it will accelerate the adoption of NFV/SDN in the telecoms market. It is also another milestone in the deployment of our strategy to focus on NFV and SDN solutions and further validates that transition. We are now the only provider of NFV solutions available on all major architectures, which enables the users to be truly hardware-free, and we look forward to expanding our sales in this area, which represents a key target growth-market for BATM," he added. “BATM recorded a small loss in H1, but we note the traction evident in revenue development from the investments made in core technologies across the group. Investment continues and we note that the NAV [net asset value] per share of c16p likely significantly underplays the value to come from this investment activity,” said house broker, Shore Capital. “The balance sheet remains robust with net cash and investments forecast at cUS$19m as at December 2017,” it added. Shares in BATM rose 1% to 17.68p on the news. --- adds broker comment and updates share price --- 08:24 11 Oct 2017
fse: FSE> honestly I am not surprised people are totally fed up with this company. I have most of my shares from 13p but a fair few at higher levels. Its not been a good investment for me. I bought in the most recent tranche of shares when I felt that we were no longer looking at the same company and that the re focussed group were actually making good progress in a series of disruptive technology solutions. Research into the company reflects a very different story than is seen in the investment community. Heres "carpetbagger" reply on iii. He does make some points whether we want to hear them or not. "Just following on from Repost from iii..... by "carpetbagger" Reply to the above ...I'm sitting on a loss which is why I'm not selling. I bought several years ago in the high 20s and have have heard all this "jam tomorrow" every year. When it fell to 12/13p those who bought will be happy but not me. Marom is a nice chap but he is not a CEO. He has a massive holding in the company and I've been told he has to go through many hoops to buy shares so he totally believes in the company. This in itself is, in my view, the root of the company's problem. Its his baby and he can't make the hard decisions needed to move the company from being an R&D organisation to a commercial profitable business. The only way this company will grow is if Marom stands aside and lets a new management team take the reins and drive it as a business not as academic research organisation. I've kept the shares in the belief that it will be taken over but because it now has 2 unrelated business groups its hard to see who would buy. When it was just telco it looked possible but with the pharma/waste unit and the telco its more complicated. Fans of the company always roll out the view as articulated by the IC, but the share price never takes off. I spoke to a fund manager 2/3 years ago who has a significant holding and he persuaded me things would happen so I held on but nothing has changed. I attended an AGM a few years ago and Marom promised me things would improve. At the time the price was 20p and no dividend. I'm a simple chap I buy shares to make a profit. This share is a dog. Good luck"
cols1: so what's the expectation on the share price after harsh?
fse: >stesh......yes most of us are thoroughly frustrated with this company and its share price. The problems stem from the fact that they had to totally re invent themselves. Until that is seen in the bottom line there is really no reason for anyone to rush in to accumulate them and anytime someone needs out the lack of buyers flattens the share price. The medical arm is from all that we can see making progress,but the Telco division has bet heavily on SDN and the cloud and we have yet to see them really nail down decent contracts here. So many false dawns have eroded confidence that they will ever get out of the blocks (so to speak !) Honestly I feel that the share price in no way reflects the progress that they have made but thats not much consolation as the share price tanks. As you say if you dump them they will likely rocket as they have all the hallmarks of an old fashioned multi bagger. Again I know of no reason for the slide other than indifference to them ...... Edit.... The falls today are on volumes of under 1,000 GBP traded ... thats what happens if MM's cant find buyers...LOL
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