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SND Sondrel (holdings) Plc

6.25
0.00 (0.00%)
21 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Sondrel (holdings) Plc SND London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 6.25 08:00:06
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
6.25 6.25 6.25 6.25 6.25
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Industry Sector
SOFTWARE & COMPUTER SERVICES

Sondrel (holdings) SND Dividends History

No dividends issued between 21 May 2014 and 21 May 2024

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Posted at 01/5/2024 13:55 by john henry
Your missing the point Rox want SND and when the loans are converted, funding completed they will own a controlling interest. They will then be duty bound to offer 10p to the remaining shareholders or take SND private.
Posted at 01/5/2024 07:09 by washingmachine
Yesterday I spent time
Assessing the share register comparing to daily transactions etc
My conclusion is :
Free float is under or about 3 million shares yes 3 million 120 k worth
Now think back to GameWorkshop Nasdaq
VW German listed
SND has the perfect set up for this to occur
I’m not sure ROXI has taken this in to consideration
Just one positive tier 1 contract in the bag / and released
Which we all know are in late stage negotiations
Would cause a significant re rate.
Posted at 29/4/2024 19:25 by john henry
Washingmachine SND will absolutely be delisted and go private.
After the fundraise ROXI and Curren will own around 75-80% of the company.
Delisting nailed on.
Not only has Curren shaft shareholders hes shafted himself, going from a company he owned and started 20 years ago to eventually becoming a minority holder with a job in the back office.
Posted at 29/4/2024 18:15 by washingmachine
JH you are writing nonsense again
It’s starting to irritate me.
For others
REDX listing News today
Will be relevant here , if the case arises SND gets delisted
Imo we won’t !
Posted at 29/4/2024 17:30 by john henry
It is anticipated that a Cancellation resolution will be put to Shareholders within six months of completion of the Fundraise.
IMHO the resolution will be put to shareholders within weeks of the fundraise.
ROXI will want to take SND private ASAP and afford any BIDS.
Posted at 29/4/2024 12:41 by john henry
Source the only news that will move the share price is an offer for the company.SND is going private, market/Investors simply not interested.
Posted at 17/4/2024 07:58 by researchguru1
POSTED ON LSE BY SM1

Sorcerer, your description of Sondrel as a business with “market leading capabilities, contracted future revenues of $200m, and a strong sales pipeline in a pivotal growth industry”, is bang on the money.

The company’s ultra-complex chips offer significant scale improvement when it comes to latency, privacy, security, and increased efficiency; making it one of only a tiny handful of companies out there that are able to do this, and which explains why Elon Musk’s brain implant start-up, Neuralink™, called on the company for its expertise in designing its brain chip.








Now, let’s just think about that for a moment. Why has a $5 billion-capped US biotech sought assistance from an off-the-radar British nano-cap? What kind of expertise does it have that is clearly out of the reach of the thousands of US chip makers accessible to Elon Musk? And what’s the inherent value of this expertise/business?

The answer to those questions is the reason why institutional investors Otus Capital Management (7.28%), Joh. Berenberg, Gossier (4.66%), Herald Investment Management (4.16%), and Lansdowne Partners (4%) are still here, and why an estimated 17% of the stock is currently held by private investors.

But a £3.3m market cap (3.85p per share) simply does not cut it!

Which is why I remain fully invested because, as you rightly put it, there are several possible outcomes here; some pretty spectacular, but none that is likely to value the business anywhere close to where it is today.

And a quick glance at the recent ‘delisting stocks’, and how they have performed since their delisting announcement, paints an interesting picture of a fast-evolving, private investor perception of these stocks. Put simply, nearly all the stocks have staged a strong recovery meaning that, private investors are prioritising value over exploitative ‘engineered fear’ by some greedy actors within those businesses.

Take C4X Discovery, Molecular Energies, and Redx Pharma for example; a week after their delisting announcements, the head honchos (Clive Dix, Peter Levine, and Lisa Anson) swooped-in and picked-up stock at ‘fire-sale’ prices, and after unsuspecting private investors lost their shirts through panicked sells. Utterly reprehensible! But that is capitalism for you. And the stocks are now trading significantly higher than their ‘delisting’ trade prices, despite inching closer to delisting. This means that, investors are now prepared to hold privately marking a significant step change in the investment culture.

So private investors are not going to fall for the copper-plated nonsense being spouted by some of these greedy actors who want to steal the business under their noses.

And Sondrel, which is incredibly undervalued across all industry benchmarks, and probably the most undervalued chip maker in Europe, is going to trump all these companies and change the narrative. Watch this space.

And yes, I agree – this is what makes the current situation with SND so interesting.

AIMHO

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Posted at 15/4/2024 11:15 by someuwin
Remember that Sondrel is one of the few companies that can design chips down to 3nm. And the only one in Europe! This is a crazy price for such leading edge tech. Someone will buy this out surely.

"Reading UK – 22 March 2024. Sondrel (AIM: SND), a leading provider of ultra-complex chips for leading global technology brands, reports that there is an increasing demand for its 3nm design services for custom ASICs. 3nm is needed for the next generation of products, particularly AI-based designs that require immense compute power to process the huge amounts of data being processed.

3nm not only offers a significant scale improvement in power and area, but it also adds enhanced capabilities that leverage Sondrel’s significant investment in cutting edge SOC design flows, building on its expertise in designing ultra-complex ASICs at 5nm. This combination of performance, power and area improvement, enhanced by accessing best-in-class 3rd party IP, helps Sondrel’s chip designers to stay ahead of system-level demands...."

Sondrel is one of only a few companies worldwide that can deliver these complex chips and the only one headquartered in Europe.
Posted at 11/3/2024 07:16 by john henry
Before IPO SND was profitable and growing year after year, 20 years
Changing their business model has come with its challenges.
3 projects will go into production this year giving regular income.
Imho the transition is now behind SND, upwards and onwards.
Posted at 12/2/2024 10:51 by bmwman3
The last RNS 8-2-2024, here -Statement re Share Price MovementSondrel (AIM:SND), a leading provider of ultra-complex chips for leading global technology brands, notes the movement in its share price and recent press speculation.Sondrel remains one of only a few companies capable of designing and supplying higher-spec, complex chips built on the most advanced semiconductor technologies, and the Group's customer base continues to include leading global technology brands.The Company remains encouraged that demand for Sondrel's ASIC services, including in the US, remains strong and that the Group continues to trade in line with current market expectations with a number of new ASIC business opportunities at advanced stages of negotiation. The Group does not comment on the identity of customers."Sounded all positive to me. No words of caution, "we know of no reason" etc, just bullishness. We know there are financial difficulties over cashflow, however the words not used in the statement suggest to me that these will be well on their wayStrong BuyRE: Funding/ valuation of British Tech companiesToday 10:14If for instance neuralink was to take a stake this goes to 50p in minutesIt would seem Sondrel has too an important product to failria20Posts: 7,494Price: 13.50No OpinionGreat startToday 09:38For STAR and SND this morning ....great to see... are we going to bag today

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