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Tern LSE:TERN London Ordinary Share GB00BFPMV798 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.25p -5.62% 21.00p 20.50p 21.50p 22.25p 21.00p 22.25p 1,557,971 15:51:39
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Personal Goods 0.1 -1.7 -1.4 - 46.54

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26/5/2018
20:09
Tern Tern @Ternplc · 3h Microsoft will plough $5bn into #IoT over the next four years
still waiting
26/5/2018
19:28
Iam state, "The winners in this space will ultimately be decided by those that own innovation that matters, and IoT standards. In particular, owners of fundamental intellectual property are focusing on four key areas",one of these being network and data security.
mudbath
26/5/2018
18:21
"across platforms" The android for IoT !!!
still waiting
26/5/2018
18:20
Moneymaker, do you have a link for that article? Edit : ok, mudbath's link
mike routhorn
26/5/2018
18:17
Also the first named company involved
dave444
26/5/2018
18:05
I cannot recall the article highlighted by moneymaker6(thank you),being posted before. It is certainly of great significance. "A growing demand for a common security code for IoT devices operating across platforms has found Device Authority emerging as a significant patentee." http://www.iam-media.com/Intelligence/IAM-Yearbook/2018/Monetisation-and-strategy/Internet-of-Things-innovation-that-matters
mudbath
26/5/2018
17:43
May have been previously posted but I've not read this before :-)) Network and data security Breach of data privacy and its misuse are a bone of contention for IoT security. Samsung and Apple have created security models that protect their proprietary IoT environments. Samsung owns the largest portfolio in smart devices, homes and cities, with 1,715 IP assets, and a healthy security portfolio. Its foray into the autonomous vehicles space poses a challenge to several players, such as Uber and Google. With an IoT product market already in place, Samsung seeks to strengthen device security via its Artik platform. A growing demand for a common security code for IoT devices operating across platforms has found Device Authority emerging as a significant patentee. Baimos Technologies and Covinsit are also redefining device security. Baimos has a strong R&D focus on network security and resource management, and Covinsit caters to the automobile and healthcare industries. Gemalto is pioneering memory utilisation features and security in smart cards, such as mobile SIMs. These companies are building strong intellectual property around their security systems to secure themselves against a smartphone wars-like situation. As IoT begins to grow, network security demands active innovation. Protecting data during transfers poses a greater challenge due to competing technologies involved in an IoT environment. Qualcomm’s Edge offers security using hardware firewalls that isolate security functions from the operating system of an IoT device. Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, Bayshore, Darktrace and Senrio are other major players that provide robust network security at each level – from device to transmission and data storage. IoT demands the ability to move data across platforms easily. Application programming interface (API) security plays a critical role in securing data and processing analytics from multiple sources. We identified 2,711 IP assets relating to API security in the United States. Qualcomm, Samsung, Intel, Nokia and Ericsson lead the race, owning 68% of the IP assets held by the top 10 portfolio owners.
moneymaker6
26/5/2018
15:29
https://www.itproportal.com/features/how-traditional-finance-companies-can-safeguard-their-future-in-the-age-of-blockchain/ 2. Private key encryption The usage of public and private keys is fundamental to blockchain-based identification and authorisation. Holding a private key gives the user unique access privileges within a private blockchain environment. As enterprises define workflows and applications on blockchain, ensuring that private keys are maintained in a secure environment is critical.
still waiting
26/5/2018
15:20
Good link miker hTTps://www.investopedia.com/articles/markets/050216/amd-stock-analyzing-5-key-customers.asp
kkrriiss2
26/5/2018
15:20
Hurrah!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nice and irrelevant as per usual.
loughton
26/5/2018
15:15
hTTps://padtronics.com/iot-security-companies-take-on-device-discovery-authentication/ Probably out of date article, but may be of interest. Rubicon labs also mentioned: "San Francisco-based Rubicon Labs provides a cloud-based key provisioning and key protection platform for securing IoT units and the info they generate. Its method depends on a system of provisioning a “vault” in device reminiscence. The key used to safe this vault is the results of a one-way hash such that the important thing by no means seems in reminiscence. The keys are thus effectively “invisible” whereas nonetheless defending secrets and techniques for approved customers. The use of those “zero-knowledge keys” is thus unseen by senders, receivers and hackers alike, in accordance with the corporate. “The company has developed a novel way to use cryptography to strongly authenticate IoT devices and encrypt the data they generate, all within the bounds of the technical limitations of most IoT devices,” learn a report by 451 Research."
brucie5
26/5/2018
15:12
A nice bit of info Mike, keyscaler could spread quicker than most people think and into a lot more globals with little marketing effort/ cost from DA, roll forward 2 years and DA could become a huge cash generating monster. Now let's have some revised projections.
still waiting
26/5/2018
14:34
Wow. Thanks guys. I thought I was being lazy not looking further into it but you’ve all been very industrious as usual. There’s always something new and interesting on this thanks to you guys.
arpy2
26/5/2018
14:05
Ah, here we are. This will do for starters. How does Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, HP and Dell grab you ? - hxxps://www.investopedia.com/articles/markets/050216/amd-stock-analyzing-5-key-customers.asp
mike routhorn
26/5/2018
13:37
Supposing the sales come out at $40k as they did for the first 6 months of last year, the idiot clowns will be posting 'That's an amazing start! Brilliant! etc They are liars in the extreme.
loughton
26/5/2018
13:31
The real point is that the pyramid scheme is propped up by the liars and idiots on the j0ke thread. Since they are the main ones in Terd, they will ignore any sales figures when they do come out, just like they ignore all facts.
loughton
26/5/2018
13:26
Yes, the mad thing is, the revenue figures from the comodo deal could actually cause the share price to plummet, as after all the ramping the reaction could be, Is that it!!. Blame the rampers if that does turn out to be the case, we have tried to warn you.
stead41
26/5/2018
13:08
Am not joking though Stead. #decimalsofpencenotwholepence
loughton
26/5/2018
13:06
Lol, fully agree.
stead41
26/5/2018
12:59
Since DA was valued independently at $75k just over 3 years ago and it's value has obviously dropped to approximately £50k as result of a lack of proper sales (and when converted to Sterling) and Terd owns half of it, it would need to be hoped that the total of the other 'investments' would equal £25k to make the 0.01p valuation. A big ask.
loughton
26/5/2018
12:45
Good post again Stead. Comodo is all DA has to keep the lights on. The other IT 'partnerships' are just for a marketing gimmick and the completion of an online application form. Nothing more.
loughton
26/5/2018
12:32
I can’t comment on the Comodo deal as I don’t really know much about them, plus I think most of the information I have gained might be from the rampers so it is a good possibility it is exaggerated, but this does look like the nearest thing to a good deal DA has. I just don’t get the intel or Microsoft deal being mentioned, I would say DA needs intel’s or Microsoft’s support if they have any chance of succeeding, but I can’t see why intel or Microsoft would pay for it, I would go as far as to say that it is they that could Demand money from DA for the support if they wanted. You know the success of intel and Microsoft and the talented people that must have employed there, what DA has to offer must be a days work to these major Companies. I just can’t see them wanting to pay any royalties out to companies when the have so much talent in-house. So is the good news just that Microsoft and intel will allow DA to work on a intel or Microsoft platform, if so great. But talking about buy outs and major income streams from these is crazy as I just can’t see it materialising. Comodo could be make or break, but that is only a 3 year deal with undisclosed royalty figures. They will have to be worth a lot now because of the size of the ramping and market cap, we are talking millions now. This why on other bulletin boards the LTH’s try to put a stop to ramping as it gets people’s expectations to high and you lose the real value of your stock.
stead41
26/5/2018
12:22
Thanks Mike makes more sense.
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