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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 53.50p.
Ethernity Networks Ltd has a 4 week average price of 41p and a 12 week average price of 37p.
The 1 year high share price is 58.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 16.50p.
There are currently 55,339,126 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 291,797 shares. The market capitalisation of Ethernity Networks Ltd is £29,606,432.41.
astralvision: PattTo clarify my views wrt 5G IF. They were required at the time because ENET had spent the £14m raised on flotation and left it so late to raise further funds that it was more or less rescue fund raising last year. They structured it to try to keep dilution to a minimum, but, nevertheless, this was an expensive lesson hopefully learnt.The good news is it gave the likes of you and me and others a chance to get onboard at a low valuation. Given increasing volume, share price and newsflow then 5G could well be a thing of the past in the not too distant future. And I will be happy when we reach that point. Although I'm fairly happy right now!atbav
astralvision: Another great day for ENET.Word is getting out, volumes are increasing, share price is going up, newsflow has started.Brace yourselves for a strong ride north.Lovely stuff!
cyberbub: PATT you said below that $15M sales next year could lead to a 250p share price on ENET.To me, $15M = £11M, at 75% gross margin = say £8M, minus G&A, R&D, tax etc is maybe £5M optimistically? A 250p share price (assuming say 60M shares) is £150M cap. That's a p/e of 30+. Perfectly feasible I suppose, for a rapidly growing company.I still think it would be better if they had more recurring revenue from sales.Still, 50p does seem significantly undervalued!
purchaseatthetop: Forget about a 10 bagger. Think about a 100 bagger. Why? Check this out: hTTps://www.fiercetelecom.com/operators/at-t-taps-oneweb-to-extend-broadband-beyond-fiber-s-reach Oneweb (Steve Wyler - also Tarana)is joined with AT+T to deliver the low horizon 5G. I wrote a few posts about this a month ago as low horizon satellites zip around the world really fast unlike high level geo stationary satellites but these cannot be used for data transfer due to latency issues. I wrote that the ENET March 21 patent was done because this provides the only solution to a moving satellite on low horizon - the data needs to find a way to the satellite and therefore must use the fragmentation and bonding system that is patented. This is now happening. This is exactly what I had been waiting for. ENET is going to be fundamental to the entire system of removing the need for black fibre connections and all front and backhaul will be done through ENET. Note the connection to BT that is in the 6/10/21 presentation that we found planned and mentioned BT as a Tarana partner: "In recent months the satellite operator teamed with U.K. operator BT and Canadian player Northwestel to explore rural broadband use cases and inked distribution partnerships with Alaska Communications, Pacific Dataport and ROCK Communications." Also the 5G IF money makes more sense with this. OK Tarana is a big deal but this is absolutely staggeringly huge and the IP had to be funded and protected. The Oneweb process cannot work without ENET IP. As always, all IMO and there is no 100% certainty. But we will get a lot richer. Enjoy your day. I will.
quantas01: Escape you have i believe a similar holding to myself here but you always seem like an half full attitude to ENET. If went back a few months the fall in the share price was nothing to do with 5G more the missiles rhat were flying past their office windows. Granted it hasnt recovered back to that yet and 5G have certainly played their part in that. Hopefully.moving forward good news surpasses what 5G load into the market.👍
purchaseatthetop: DISH wireless are launching the 90 beta testing of their new 5G in Las Vegas in September 2021: hTTps://www.theverge.com/2021/8/9/22617029/dish-network-5g-las-vegas-wireless-service-beta Then they are rolling out to the 70% of the USA by 2023. It is going to be huge beyond huge. As there is no existing infrastructure it is believed that much of the coverage will be via satellite: hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCSLyn-9teA If it is satellite then it must be ENET. Only low horizon satellites can do this and they can only work with ENET IP. Clarification: the reason why I think only ENET IP can do it is that while high orbit satellites are geo-stationary and hence can be permanently fixed from a tower there is too much latency to transfer data hence must be low horizon. Problem with low horizon is that they are zipping along really fast and therefore line of sight especially at low angle to horizon is the problem. Only ENET can subdivide the data into packets and send it along the optimum route (from March 21 patent). Remember I am a 59 year old accountant with 2G phone so this is what I understand from my analysis. Check it for yourselves or can somebody confirm my logic? I wonder if we might get an RNS on this soon? As you know DISH is owned by a major shareholder of Tarana and he has reported since 2019 about exciting new technology that they are going to use. Hope so...
purchaseatthetop: hTTps://taranawireless.applytojob.com/ hTTps://www.telecompetitor.com/senate-passes-infrastructure-bill-with-65-billion-for-broadband/ This is beyond massive for both Tarana and ENET. The ENET IP makes this possible. Without the functionality it is impossible for the system to work. And this is global. Tarana have the fine tuning of the radio signals on an ongoing basis to optimise signal...ENET have the data packaging in multiple streams to enable front and backhaul to control towers and local edge servers that manage the data. Six months ago I had no idea about these things. I am a 59 year old businessman with a 2G phone but this really excites me..... This is why ENET spent the time and money patenting the key part of the USP. All IMO only and remember I am not a techie. But it makes sense to me. All the companies getting into this will use ENET. $15m in 2022 and then higher.
purchaseatthetop: The first Tarana RNS arrived on 6/4/21. Share price was 32.5p end of that day. The share price actually remained completely flat and was 33p on 12/4/21 It then rose to 57p on 27/4/21 The RNS on Friday is just as, if not more important, than the first Tarana RNS. However, there is still likely to be a delay between RNS and share price rise as few investors can see what this means (or what I think it means....which may be different). Unbelievable when you think about it that since the 6/4/21 RNS we have had the 27/5/21 RNS increasing Tarana to $2m minimum when the share price was 52p, and now the Friday RNS and the share price is only 43p. Maybe Astralvision is right that ENET is the best kept secret on AIM. Next week will be interesting to see if we get the delayed rise again. GLA.
purchaseatthetop: Thought I would quickly write about why I think ENET holds the ace of spades in the 5G/wireless future. 30/3/21 RNS on New Patent says: "In essence, this patent presents a new method of fragmenting and bonding wireless data transmissions to enable the transmission of a single data flow along multiple wireless streams, and to maximize the transmission's efficacy using network functions such as load balancing. Specifically, this enables wireless transmission over the standard network for operation in hub and spoke topology and without the need for point-to-point connection." You will see this repeated in the RNS of yesterday. The reason why fibre has been dominant has been that there was no reliability at 100% of wireless systems. Both to and from the users to the base stations but also the backhaul from tower to data centres. All had to be fibre. Really really expensive and impossible where populations are not very concentrated (cities). That new patent puts ENET in a dominant position as only their IP can deliver wireless without the weakness of wireless. What is really interesting is that the new RNS yesterday also says: "Second major 5G system contract, following successful contract with Indian OEM, in Ethernity's progression from IP licensing deals to delivery of complete system solutions." Therefore, ENET are moving from mere parts/IP supplier to being completely core to the total solutions required by customers. This means much higher margin and much higher ENET IP content. Only a few investors, mostly here and on LSE, really understand just what is going on here and how huge this potential is right now. This new contract is something completely unforeseen: "including customisation of the UEP-60 for usage as a microwave/mmWave Indoor Unit router module with integrated wireless bonding. " so it might be 5G on a tube system or somewhere that normal 5G cannot work, an airport, some huge place that needs connectivity and is lots of units linked up using ENET IP. We are clear that the new contract is $930k and that is based on the known installations for 2022 with another $1m in 2022 with increases that the customer has planned. Add in Tarana with $1.2m in 2022 on known installations and with growth bringing another $1.6m into 2022 and we have nearly $5m in the bag for 2022. I think there will now be regular new contracts and updates as the potential customers must start rollout in 2022 and be full on in 2023 (just look at the USA rural broadband project for example). We are in for a really exciting ride now. The BoD delivered this new contract and it is better than we could have hoped for. It also points the way to the fact that it really only addressed part of their total solution for wireless comms 5G and non-5G. As usual, all IMO and you could lose all your money.
astralvision: I think ENET has, to a certain extent, been derisked by the Tarana deal, the avionics switches and the soon to be announced UEP deal.So I see it more a case of we could reap massive rewards or we could lose a tiddly bit if anything.Imv, the future is simply not priced into this stock at all. World beating tech, unique solutions, strong IP/patents. Yes, there will be competition but ENET don't need to win the lot, in fact a pretty small % and they will do well. Snare the three Tier 1 server vendors for the DU solution and write down whatever share price you feel comfortable with, in multiples of £5, imo. Fascinating company and gob smacking potential.GLA
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