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Ethernity Networks Daily Update: Ethernity Networks Ltd is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ENET. The last closing price for Ethernity Networks was 34p.
Ethernity Networks Ltd has a 4 week average price of 30p and a 12 week average price of 22.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 47.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 11.75p.
There are currently 49,464,336 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 175,710 shares. The market capitalisation of Ethernity Networks Ltd is £16,817,874.24.
outlawinvestor: Think 5G is going to garner some serious publicity this year and ENET will do incredibly well.Don’t think it will stay quiet for too long Agreed! 5G is a certainty, it is going to be massive for all industries and enable services and use cases people are not currently thinking of as discussed in the 2019 article below. Qualcomm CEO: Without a 5G strategy, ‘You’re going to be left behind’ hTtps:// ENET's capabilities and products enable the core of what makes 5G compelling i.e. ultra low latency, something that will stay in demand even when 5G is superseded by the next big thing!
astralvision: Amazing really this news was delivered by a RNS NONEthernity Networks Delivers ACE-NIC100 to Major Server VendorsEthernity Networks (AIM: ENET.L), a leading supplier of data processing offload solutions on programmable FPGA (field programmable gate array) hardware for accelerating telco/cloud networks, announces today that, following requests received from three Tier-1 server vendors, it has delivered its 5G Distribution Unit (DU) FPGA implementation on top of its ACE-NIC100 FPGA SmartNIC for telco OpenRAN trials.It looks like this could be a massive market for ENET going by this'What is especially interesting from Ethernity's perspective is the sheer size of the market for DUs as the OpenRAN develops.'ENET looks to me like it could be on the cusp of something rather special.Amazing thing is market cap is still sub £20mAll imoGLA
gulujoe: Very interesting stuff. I've checked out the LSE thread (I don't think it's better than this one btw - it's just too full of rumour and BLUFF) too, and my view of this stock has now taken form. The workings of this company are relatively opaque, and we can allow some room for maneuvre on teething problems, given that it's in a highly technical and sophisticated industry. We can't expect that all the trials would turn out well, right off the bat. However, what's most interesting appears to be the resilience of the share price. That, at least, is visible, however manipulated by misreporting it may be (Hargreaves I'm looking at you). This appears to be because of its hyper-responsiveness to this chat thread and the one on LSE. This is both good and bad. Bad because we can't get to the bottom of ANYTHING about this company. It's so flexible and small, it's been adaptable and "well positioned" to capture growth markets for the past few years. They are so maneuvrable, etc. So, what really happens is, people develop doubts over time, but they can come and tolk it up. Which leads to an unexpected "good", insofar as the risk in investing in this company is low, as it can be talked up so easily on rumours. There is a limiting factor to how high this one can go. That is, crypto is offering faster, quicker returns. In fact, known companies such as Tesla can still offer quicker, decent returns, and there are lots of "brave new world" class companies in which to invest. The advantage of doing so, of course, is the absence of games (whether from investors who want out, or brokers or the money mob playing games). The availability of better, more transparent and quicker gambles will, I expect, exert a depressing force upon the share price regardless of how good this company's products, if/when we see them, might eventually be.
purchaseatthetop: Hi all, PATT is happy with ENET and enjoys owning (small numbers of) shares in it. What is really exciting is the scale of the market and given the issues of capital expenditure for roll out of 5G this could save the telecoms companies billions (if I have got this wrong please let me know). I try and try to see the weakness in the business project and keep on coming back to the same thought that maybe this is the answer for huge companies. At this share price it is a steal (if it is the answer). Obviously IMO only and i am a relative newcomer to the table to please forgive my relative ignorance. I have spent enough time as yet. However, the KISS review really works. Have a great weekend all. I am 20% up and will be adding Monday next week.
astralvision: Nice post from 'Dallo' who holds 1.8m shares!From L S Edallo Premium MemberPosts: 1,503Price: 38.00Strong BuyRE: RNSToday 19:49The key to the rising share price has been positive newsflow starting with the December update and this week's announcement of trials with 3 Tier 1 Server vendors.This is proof of an accelerating move by the company to product validation and potential revenues of over $100m in the next 2 years and much more as the $trillion dollar 5G rollout booms.This is the 3rd great Industrial revolution and within 5 years our world will be transformed according to Elon Musk and others.We as investors in ENET are in the right space and if Levi and his team get it right the rewards will be unbelievable.Still a long way to go but at a bizarre market capof c£18m and patented techology surely the downside for investors is low.More positive news will keep the share price on an upward trajectory and the sky is the limit.Realism or ramping only time will tell but my chips are on the table.Roll the dice Mr Croupier.IMHODyor
boonkoh: It is a steep learning curve to understand what ENET does, but I think that's why it is undervalued atm and therefore has allowed me and others to buy at this cheap valuation.The key for me is OpenRan. If networks worldwide embrace it, then it gives ENET the opportunity to sell in.If networks decide to go full stack from Huawei, Nokia, or others then its difficult for ENET to get a piece of the architecture.Luckily, OpenRan is getting traction due to networks being burned by Huawei and wanting to not put all their eggs in a single basket from now on. Also in terms of cost. OpenRan can be cheaper. All mobile networks are struggling in having enough capex for 5G rollout.
gerihatrick: To help me fully understand this I prepared this summary...and had it checked/corrected by Brian Klaff the Marketing Director Ethernity Networks (ENET) FPGA Field programmable gate array (programmed by users instead of manufacturers) It is a programmable chip. It has the ability to process data in parallel as opposed to CPUs which process sequentially. And they can be re-programmed in the field. NIC Network Interface card UPF User plane function NFV Network Function Virtualisation CPU Central Processing unit DU distributed unit RAN Radio access network ASIC Application Specific Integrated Circuit Conventional NICs sit inside servers and pass data to the server CPU where it is processed returned to the NIC so the data can be sent out. This results in delays and variable throughput; wastes valuable server CPU cycles; has greater power consumption with overall reduced performance and at greater overall cost of ownership. Ethernity’s Router-on FPGA-SmartNIC allows the data to bypass the server entirely; this frees up the server for other tasks; latency is minimal; needs reduced power; physical space, and reduces cost. Ethernity’s ACE-NIC is currently the only SmartNIC with a router on its FPGA, and its technology is protected by patents. It can save up to 80% cost compared to software-only solutions using CPUs. It has been optimised for telecoms over 17 years. 5G needs low latency. The ENET ACEnic-100 has been tested against top competitors by South East Asian telecom operators and selected as the best option with its programmability which can be adjusted as needs change. It can also be used in 4G and can make the transition to 5G when required without any further upgrade or significant cost. China and other national Asian operators are moving to field trials. The EU and North America are behind. An Indian OEM has licenced ENET technology and will use it for 3-4.5G and progress to 5G. A European vendor is testing the ACE-NIC100 for 4G cell site gateways with scale to take it to 5G. There are the monolithic end to end providers- Hauwei; Nokia; Ericcson etc as opposed to companies like Fibrehome/TietoEVRY who will build the best in class solutions for each step of the way. As operators begin to open their networks to optimise performance based on best-in-class at each node of the network, they will use the ENET FPGA SmartNIC for mass deployment of 5G UPF, virtual router for 5G DU, and eventually 5G DU. ENET have also incorporated a pay as you go (PAYG) function so that companies can scale the networks based on their throughput needs, adding ENET functionality as the demand becomes greater. Over the last year there has been a transition from “closed” systems to “open” systems so that Open RAN is being increasingly utilised. ENET has always felt that open RAN was the way forward and that is now being recognised in the wider market. Deloitte state that open RAN allows carriers to deploy and modify access points much mor easily and cheaply than before. China is fully committed to this system. Sales will increase quarter on quarter and ENET is market leading in a huge market. Telecoms are the main focus of the business but ENET are signing contracts with aerospace clients to use the same technology in avionics switches. Projected growth of 300% in 2021, 60% of which is already accounted for through licencing deals (before any sales of the ACE-NIC) Projected Revenue could grow from the current projected broker forecast of $6m in 2021 and current forecast of $9m in 2022. They are currently advertising for 11 new staff to handle the anticipated workload and handle the anticipated workload and the recent fundraising should see them through. ACE-NIC100s cost between $1-3K each (depending on volume and preferred customer discounts) and more with enhancements. ENET issued a marketing video (well over a year ago) demonstrating all the outlined benefits above. They used Spirent as the measuring body and Spirent use the Calnex technology. Everything they claim is verified in this video utilising the best measurement technology in the marketplace in 5G testing. What Spirent evaluation has confirmed is that power consumption is decreased/ CPU cores are significantly reduced; space used on the server is minimal; capital expenditure is kept low/running costs are decreased, while at the same time performance is enhanced. While the value comes from the ENET product itself, not from the test equipment, I find the confirmation it provides re-assuring. VSA Capital “cover” it-free access to their research.
greg the grinch: "5G Fund will make the investment of GBP400,000 in the next five days as prepayment for new ordinary NIS 0.001 shares ("Ordinary Shares") valued at GBP438,000. The new Ordinary Shares will be issued, at 5G Fund's request, pursuant to the terms of the Agreement and application(s) to trading on AIM will be made as appropriate. " ...valued when, i.e. using what share price?
alcopop: Yes indeed. Interesting to see what happens.Here is the relevant extract from 13 Jul RNS regarding the Warrants ;WarrantsAs part of the Fundraising the Company will issue to investors one warrant for every two New Shares to subscribe for a further new ordinary share at a price of 20p per ordinary share ("20p Warrants") and one warrant for every two New Shares to subscribe for a further new ordinary share at a price of 30p per ordinary share ("30p Warrants"), both with a life term of 12 months from the date of Admission (together the "Warrants"). The Warrants are not transferable and will not be traded on an exchange.The Warrants have an accelerator clause. The 20p Warrants will vest if the closing mid-market share price of the Company exceeds 30p over a 5-consecutive day period within 12 months of Admission. The 30p Warrants will vest if the closing mid-market share price of the Company exceeds 40p over a 5-consecutive day period within 12 months of Admission. The Company may serve notice ("Notice") on the Warrant holders to exercise their Warrants in the event that the vesting criteria is met. In the event the Company serves Notice, any Warrants remaining unexercised after 7 calendar days following the notification of the Notice will be cancelled.In addition, Peterhouse has been issued with 216,666 warrants to subscribe for a further new ordinary share at the Placing Price per ordinary share. The warrants have a life term of 12 months from the date of Admission.
ttlance: 10 December 2020 ETHERNITY NETWORKS LTD ("Ethernity" or the "Company") Exercise of 20p Warrants by David Levi, CEO Ethernity Networks (AIM: ENET.L), a leading supplier of data processing offload solutions on programmable FPGA (field programmable gate array) hardware for accelerating telco/cloud networks, announces that it has received notice from David Levi, Ethernity's Chief Executive Officer, to exercise warrants, at 20p per share ("20p Warrants") to subscribe for 666,667 new ordinary shares of NIS 0.001 each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares"), following which David Levi will have an interest in 8,767,900 Ordinary Shares, representing approximately 20.6 per cent. of the Company's enlarged issued ordinary share capital. Following this exercise, a total of 2,895,834 20p Warrants remain issued and unexercised. Application has been made to the London Stock Exchange for 666,667 new Ordinary Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM ("Admission") and Admission is expected to occur on or around 15 December 2020. The new Ordinary Shares will, upon issue, rank pari passu with the existing Ordinary Shares in the Company. Total voting rights Following Admission, the Company's enlarged issued share capital will be 42,483,984 Ordinary Shares. The Company holds no Ordinary Shares in Treasury. This figure of 42,483,984 Ordinary Shares may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change in their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the FCA's Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules. For further information, please contact: Ethernity Networks Tel: +972 8 915 0392 David Levi, Chief Executive Officer Mark Reichenberg, Chief Financial Officer Arden Partners plc (NOMAD and Joint Broker) Tel: +44 207 614 5900 Richard Johnson / Benjamin Cryer VSA Capital Limited (Joint Broker) Tel: +44 20 3005 5000 Andrew Monk, Corporate Broking Simon Barton, Corporate Finance Peterhouse Capital Limited (Joint Broker) Tel: +44 20 7562 0930 Lucy Williams / Duncan Vasey / Eran Zucker
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