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ENET Ethernity Networks Ltd

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Last Updated: 09:11:36
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Ethernity Networks Ltd ENET London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.02 2.74% 0.75 09:11:36
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
0.725 0.725 0.75 0.73
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No dividends issued between 24 May 2014 and 24 May 2024

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Posted at 20/5/2024 10:43 by washingmachine
To be honest Pwhite you are a embarrassment not only to yourself but to advfn
Along with the rest of the pack that’s continuously attack companies with no foundation.
Yet they invest in companies facing either administration or suspension themselves.
So ENET are raising 800k …
Yet contracts could be this figure for one alone if past amounts are anything to go by
ENET is sat at a near all time low, with a ridiculously low market cap.
I’ve scrolled back on Pwhite postings on here, it’s verging on slander,
Not one truth in any of them..
Todays attempt by this criminal is using the worst possible situation of ENET not achieving any new business in 2024.
Which to any sane person is very very unlikely with it trading in a current red hot sector.
Two of the most vocal imbeciles posting on here
One of them invested in VRS the other in EUA
Now that alone should tell you who to listen to !
Posted at 17/5/2024 16:57 by purchaseatthetop
Pwhite - This is the ENET thread. But I will respond once only. ENET are on the verge of a huge nascent market - FPGA CPU acceleration, for which there are very few players.

If you are old enough to remember the situation is similar to when Y2K was approaching and ridiculous valuations were given to even the most rudimentary of listed software companies. I think the same will happen to ENET
Posted at 17/5/2024 08:17 by pwhite73
It layman's terms this is what has happened.

ENET were about to go bust (again). New Tech Capital has forwarded them a life saving death spiral loan of £800k. For the risk New Tech Capital has taken on ENET have given them 40m shares. 40m shares is the maximum New Tech Capital will be allowed to hold. This should also put them on the share register as an above 3% holder so it all looks good on paper.

The £800k will be paid back to New Tech Capital by the issuance of shares. New Tech Capital will sell the shares immediately into the market to PIs so they don't go over the 40m maximum. The shares have a lot further to fall.

That New Tech Capital are funding ENET ahead of known contract news is simply untrue for this would be tantamount to insider trading.
Posted at 06/5/2024 09:12 by snooker40
Julie Kunstler response has recognised that ENET has an expanding role to play in the expanding growth in PON.
She us an expert in the field
She is a highly respected analyser in the telecoms industry.
She has multi layer contacts.
She is nice a NED for ENET.
She has ENET products, of interest, to promote.
Interesting and exciting times are in play.
Posted at 28/4/2024 13:02 by papillon
The point I was making, bantamboy, is that purchaseatthetop and Snooker40 (are they related? 😂) are indulging in wishful thinking if they image that Tevet and Kunstler are actively involved in promoting ENET's products.
I wouldn't buy ENET shares, not even a few hundred quids worth, because it's too much of a high risk gamble. I can't predict the future. I won't even try, unlike that pair of rampers purchaseatthetop and Snooker40. However going by the sub penny share price there is a high risk that investors in ENET could lose their money. ENET is a share for high risk gamblers only
Posted at 25/4/2024 12:47 by pwhite73
patt - "The OEMs manufacture in the USA using solutions designed by Ethernity."

No different from Nokia. Now Nokia have openly stated they are working with Sanmina to comply with the NTIA restrictions. Who are ENET working with?

What's changed is that the US Telco could have imported ENET products from the European manufacturer who ENET already have a contract with, they can't any longer. ENET needs a US OEM of its own if their products are to be eligible for BEAD funding.
Posted at 25/4/2024 12:19 by pwhite73
patt - " has signed a contract with a global wireless OEM based in Europe to supply its ENET 4840 40Gbps FPGA System-on-Chip (SoC) with support for Carrier Ethernet Switching, Wireless Bonding, and IPSec security. The ENET 4840 is a customised version of the device that is used within the UEP-20 Universal Edge Platform product design, which will also be supplied to the OEM for manufacturing.'"

To qualify for BEAD funding the US Telco must use electronic devices manufactured in the US and not simply import an ENET device from Israel or a European OEM.

This is why Nokia a European OEM has been forced to source the production of their electronic devices to a US OEM.

As of today I am not aware ENET has any manufacturing contracts with any US OEMs are you?

Speak Later
Posted at 25/4/2024 11:46 by purchaseatthetop
The 12/10/21 RNS which was delayed and finally completed in Q1 24 illustrates the point very well:

'12 October 2021


("Ethernity" or the "Company")

Ethernity Networks Receives New ~$400,000 Order for Customised FPGA SoC

Ethernity Networks (AIM: ENET.L), a leading supplier of data processing offload solutions on programmable FPGA (field programmable gate array) for accelerating telco/cloud networks, announces today that it has signed a contract with a global wireless OEM based in Europe to supply its ENET 4840 40Gbps FPGA System-on-Chip (SoC) with support for Carrier Ethernet Switching, Wireless Bonding, and IPSec security. The ENET 4840 is a customised version of the device that is used within the UEP-20 Universal Edge Platform product design, which will also be supplied to the OEM for manufacturing.'

We develop an R@D single example of the product. That is then customised for OEMs individual needs. The OEM then manufactures everything. We may supply the system on a chip like we do for Tarana but it is only a single FPGA loaded with code.

Here the customer is buying a special SoC and also the design of the UEP product that the SoC makes function.
Posted at 25/4/2024 08:47 by pwhite73
The reason why I ask where ENET products are manufactured is because I noticed the below from the Nokia article.

"Nokia is working with the manufacturer Sanmina to produce the products after the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) determined that OLTs and ONTs must be made in America to qualify for use in BEAD fiber projects."

Following on from the above it would be reasonable to assume that if ENET's products are not manufactured in the US then US Telcos will not qualify for BEAD funding.

Looking at previous product documents ENET products are manufactured at 13A HaMelacha Street, Lod Industrial Park, Israel 7152025.

To overcome the restrictions laid down by the NTIA ENET like Nokia will need source a US manufacturer. This is what the RNS of 28/03/2024 was about, the need to source a US OEM although they deliberately omitted the US bit.

Until such times they have no FWA business in the US as part of the BEAD funding. This also explains why everything is supposedly scheduled for the H2 2024 when in fact what they require is a US OEM at anytime.
Posted at 25/4/2024 06:36 by bantamboy
Enet is not even 'Punt'..
A Punt is fun & you might even win!!
Enet is just a pure wealth destruction outfit that as caused misery & anguish to hundreds of shareholders & delivered Absolutely nothing in terms of value...
It's a lose lose situation.. get out while you still can..more misery & pain will follow this company untill the end..
Creditors will be paid back & enet will go straight to in administration for good..

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