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Sondrel (holdings) Plc

4.75 (9.95%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sondrel (holdings) Plc LSE:SND London Ordinary Share GB00BJN54579 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.75 9.95% 52.50 217,134 12:21:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
51.00 54.00 52.50 47.75 47.75
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:53:47 O 5,041 53.44 GBX

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23/10/200209:50You need 90% of shares to delist !!!-

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Posted at 18/5/2023 10:18 by gopher
There has now been a significant slippage in share price - I am not not phased by poor communication as long as directors are putting their efforts in running the company.
Posted at 27/4/2023 15:50 by cottoner
Sondrel engages The SHD Group to assist in bringing Architecting the Future to the American market

Architecting the Future de-risks ultra-complex ASIC projects

Reading, UK – April 25, 2023 --- Sondrel (Holdings) plc (AIM: SND), has engaged the San Jose-based firm, The SHD Group, to assist in bringing its innovative, Architecting the Future™ ASIC approach to an expanding customer base in North America. This design approach significantly de-risks the realisation of ultra-complex, leading-edge ASICs which Sondrel specialises in providing for industry-leading customers in areas such as high-performance computing, automotive, artificial intelligence, VR/AR, video analytics, image processing, mobile networking and data centres.

“When a mask set for a 5nm design can cost over $10 million, our customers seek absolute confidence in having the design right first time and on time,” explained Graham Curren, Sondrel’s CEO and Founder. “Our unique approach, which we call Architecting the Future, is how we achieve this. It brings together all our design experience, IP, flows and custom tools developed over the past twenty years to ensure we deliver exactly what each customer wants. Fundamental to this is our SFA family of reference platforms. Each reference platform can be adapted with different processors, memory and IP to meet or exceed a customer’s exact specification. This results in a much more directed process than starting from a blank sheet of paper every time and significantly reduces risk as we are using high quality design flows and well proven building blocks.”

Sondrel chose The SHD Group as it provides its clients with access to top-level contacts within the Silicon Valley community. “Any deal worth many millions for the design and supply of a new chip is decided at the topmost levels of a company,” said Derek Meyer, Founder and CEO of The SHD Group. “We have a team that has successfully closed numerous, multi-million-dollar agreements so we know that it takes building relationships and trust between supplier and customer. Furthermore, we have done our own research on Sondrel’s Architecting the Future solution and we believe that their approach, incorporating the SFA platforms, reduces design and schedule risk for customers, giving Sondrel a big edge over competition.”

With the USA’s CHIPS act in place, many American companies are keen to create new, secure supply chain models. Sondrel, based in the U.K., is ideally positioned to provide full turnkey services that meet this need.

“The timing is perfect,” said Ian Walsh, Sondrel’s VP ASIC Business Development. “There is a window of opportunity opening up for Sondrel to become a leading supplier of the ultracomplex chips that the industry needs for its future products. The SHD Group, with their extensive connections, can open the doors to enable Sondrel to be the supplier of choice for the innovative chips that are the industry’s lifeblood.”


Posted at 15/2/2023 13:45 by cottoner
removed - duplicate info!
Posted at 15/2/2023 13:12 by gopher
Good spot 74tom nevertheless I have made a small purchase at 56 just above the IPO price. They definitely needed the money to develop the business as float was at 2022 market low. A change from most IPOs where the accounts are clean and directors have trousered millions at what in retrospect is a high in their market cycle. No suggestion PE involved here either.They do look a little cheaper than Ensilica, a share that languished at float price until a Midas tip when they motored to eventually double on no substantive news.
Posted at 13/2/2023 09:40 by thomas11

A Paul Hill interview, SND mentioned from 22:20,

Interesting comments from Crux Asset Mgt who have a shareholding in SND.

“Broker value of SND before IPO was £80m, IPO process resulted in £30m valuation”

Decided to dip my toe in here after some research, early days.

Posted at 28/11/2022 07:42 by masurenguy
Interesting - onto my watchlist.

21 October 2022
Sondrel (Holdings) plc

First Day of Dealings on AIM

Sondrel (Holdings) plc, the fabless semiconductor business providing turnkey services in the design and delivery of 'application specific integrated circuits' ("ASICs") and 'system on chips' ("SoCs") for leading global technology brands, is delighted to announce the admission of its entire issued ordinary share capital to trading on AIM. Gross proceeds of £20m have successfully been raised by way of a placing with institutional investors of 36,363,636 new Ordinary Shares (the "Placing ") at a price of 55p.

Key Highlights:

-- The Placing received strong support from institutional investors and raised gross proceeds of £20m.

-- The market capitalisation of the Company will be approximately £48.1m on Admission. The Company has 87,461,772 Ordinary Shares in issue and a free float of approximately 41.1£

-- Sondrel has grown over a period of 20 years and its previous designs have been included in well-known products such as Apple iPhone, Sony PlayStation, Meta's Oculus Quest virtual reality headset, Samsung, Google and Sony smartphones, JVC prosumer camcorders and Tesla and Mercedes-Benz cars.

-- The net proceeds of the Placing will enable the Company to:
o increase the number of engineers it employs;
o invest further in developing its Architecting the Future IP platforms;
o accelerate sales in the USA and in other geographies; and
o strengthen the Group's balance sheet in, inter alia, the delivery of project-based designs and customer supply management contracts.

-- As at 31 July 2022, the Group's pipeline of revenue opportunities stood at more than £300m.

-- The Directors have ambitions to grow revenues to over £100m in the medium term.

Since the y/e 31 December 2021, the Group has traded strongly in receiving new customer orders with an aggregate value of £19.4m in the 6 months ended 30 June 2022 and in securing and commencing work on a material turnkey design and supply engagement in Q2 2022 for a multi-billion dollar European customer. Unaudited Group revenues generated in the 6 month ended 30 June 2022 of £8.0m were significantly ahead of the prior period, with full year revenues generated in the ended 31 December 2021 of £8.2m. Given the positive momentum following the Group's transition in business model and the Directors' positive assessment of the strength of the Group's growth strategy, the Directors have confidence in the Group's prospects for current and upcoming financial years.

Posted at 19/11/2022 22:39 by someuwin
Posted at 01/8/2019 14:30 by aishah

Aptean snaps up Sanderson for £90m

US application software provider, Aptean, is set to acquire UK based ERP and SCM solutions specialist, Sanderson, for just over £90m. The acquisition, which has the approval of the boards of both companies, is being recommended unanimously to Sanderson shareholders. The transaction represents a premium of around 9.8% on the 31 July share price of 127.5p and will be completed via a specially formed UK subsidiary, Aptean Bidco.

Aptean, itself a provider of ERP and SCM solutions to the manufacturing industry, was formed from the 2012 merger of Consona and CDC. The company employs around 1,500 staff and, in addition to its core North American market, has operations in mainland Europe, Israel and China, as well as a presence in the UK and India.

Aptean logoAptean is ultimately controlled by funds managed by TA Associates and Vista Equity Partners - two entities well known in the SITS space.

Sanderson recently released a strong set of half year financials, with overall revenue jumping 18% to £17.2m and operating profit up 34% to £2.8m (see: Sanderson confirms strong H1). The company has continued to invest in its capabilities around mobile, ecommerce and business intelligence, across the retail, wholesale and supply chain sector. In a demonstration of this commitment, Sanderson recently announced the acquisition of supply chain solutions specialist, Gould Hall Computer Services (see: Sanderson acquires Gould Hall).

Sanderson look like a great fit with Aptean and the acquisition will facilitate their expansion within a major market. The US corporation will be acquiring a very strong and well-run provider that is already established in its core segment. Despite the premium being paid by Aptean, the recent near 9% decline in the value of Sterling against the dollar, means that the deal looks like very good value.

Footnote from Richard Holway

If you have access to the HotViews archives, you will see that we have been following Sanderson for decades. Indeed I'd count Chris Winn as an 'old' friend. He invited me to invest in Sanderson when they IPOed in Dec 2004 at 50p. Since then it has been a rocky ride to say the least. I guess a 180% gain is not to be sneezed at. But it is over 15 years!

This is exactly the right deal for Chris and the other Sanderson investors. We wish him and the company well for the future.

Posted at 01/8/2019 07:25 by wednesday6
Excitement turned to disappointment at the offer price, was the share price not at 1.40 last month?
Posted at 01/8/2019 07:24 by rivaldo
140p eh....great to have more cash in the bank (that's the fourth company in my portfolio taken over in the last month or two, with another two inviting offers).

However, I agree it's pretty parsimonious for a high quality company, soundly financed with good management and good prospects.

The bidders have over 39%, so a bidding war seems unlikely. I'd have hoped for say 160p with the usual 25% or so premium over the share price.

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