Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wandisco LSE:WAND London Ordinary Share JE00B6Y3DV84 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -21.50p -2.73% 766.00p 760.00p 772.00p 787.50p 761.00p 787.50p 30,033 15:41:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 9.2 -8.1 22.7 35.2 288.51

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18/8/2017
15:45
I hope Mr Richards addresses this in his presentation as stated. I have a feeling he will and if not I'll politely ask the questions. To be fair Mr Richards seems supremely confident, I have to say he's a very good public speaker. It would be great if we won some chunky contracts and announced them before the interim results.
tickboo
18/8/2017
15:26
Tickboo .. re spanner. I am hearing that the latest PeelHunt broker note goes into some detail on the competing landscape. Apparently they touch on spanner (which is I think an implementing of paxos) and Raft which is a competing algorithm to Paxos ( apparently favoured by engineering community. There was someone on the board who said he was an IT man .. maybe he / she could share some thoughts on the relative strength weakness of paxos vs raft??
knighttokingprawn
18/8/2017
13:09
I emailed some questions re google spanner, more OEM deals and was told David Richards would address these queries in the presentation. Good stuff and am looking forward to it.
tickboo
18/8/2017
13:05
Pre-market trading over in the US looks more positive....so expect a rebound perhaps?
hazl
17/8/2017
16:12
tickboo; I don't have access to the sharemag article at the moment. Its a full page and first in a list of recommended momentum stocks. Nothing new, just stating what's already known and pointing out that due to its upward trajectory it could/would be worth hitching on for the ride etc
nimrod22
17/8/2017
15:21
https://siliconangle.com/blog/2017/08/14/hyperscale-data-movement-will-keep-hybrid-cloud-in-business-for-now-awssummit/
hazl
17/8/2017
15:19
I found nimbo's through the link tickboo.
hazl
17/8/2017
13:11
https://www.wandisco.com/news-events/coverage/for-now-hyperscale-data-movement-will-keep-hybrid-cloud-in-business 14 AUGUST 2017 Mark Albertson, SiliconANGLE For now, hyperscale data movement will keep hybrid cloud in business “This idea of a mix between physical and data movement when moving to cloud is really fascinating. It’s highly likely we’re going to be in a hybrid cloud environment for the foreseeable future,” said David Richards While the cloud technology evolution is leading to increased consolidation, it is also creating uncertainty over which model is best suited for the enterprise. Questions over public clouds, private clouds and how to move data between different environments are being debated in information technology on a weekly basis as the big players, such as Amazon Web Services Inc. and Microsoft, continue to roll out new applications. One prominent business leader believes that the sheer scale of data files will demand a hybrid cloud solution, at least for a while. “This idea of a mix between physical and data movement when moving to cloud is really fascinating. It’s highly likely we’re going to be in a hybrid cloud environment for the foreseeable future,” said David Richards (pictured), founder and CEO of WANdisco plc. Richards offered his thoughts on this and other topics during a visit to theCUBE, SiliconANGLE’s mobile livestreaming studio, during today’s AWS Summit in New York City. He spoke with co-hosts John Walls (@JohnWalls21) and Stu Miniman (@stu) about the realities of moving large data files, recent financial growth at WANdisco and the changing cloud computing landscape. (* Disclosure below.) Richards and other industry executives believe that hybrid cloud services will be needed to move data effectively. He cited one recent conversation with a prospective customer who needed to move over 100 petabytes of data. “Are you going to use the public internet to do that?” asked Richards. “That’s going to take a long time.” WANdisco nears profitability WANdisco has “stopped burning cash” and is near the break-even mark, according to Richards. In fact, the company recently landed big data and cloud contracts with an unnamed major retailer, based on the growing need to move much larger datasets and avoid costly outages. “When those strategic applications move onto this hyperscale infrastructure, you have to support RTO [recovery time objective] and RPO [recovery point objective], and that’s what we do,” he said. While some technology enthusiasts may favor the rapid pace of innovation in the cloud industry, later stage companies are not fond of the ever-changing landscape, according to Richards. “It’s a bit like the cellphone industry. There’s lots and lots of different plans, lots and lots of confusing nomenclature, and that’s all going to settle out in the next couple of years,” he concluded.
tickboo
17/8/2017
07:24
Nimbo and nimrod, I can't find either content through the link or share mag (an article from April I found). Please post.
tickboo
17/8/2017
04:18
good write up in Sharemag today
nimrod22
16/8/2017
21:36
it might soon. worth a watch! hxxps://siliconangle.com/blog/2017/08/14/hyperscale-data-movement-will-keep-hybrid-cloud-in-business-for-now-awssummit/
nimbo1
16/8/2017
11:59
Surprised the ask hasn't increased, sure with a couple more buys it will do. Am hoping we get news of a contract win ahead of the interim results which will take this to a 12 monthly high and beyond.
tickboo
14/8/2017
07:56
Thanks nimbo.
hazl
13/8/2017
19:18
Wand are partnering with Maxlinear (US co 1.59b m/c) to do something I am not sure about but it sounds useful. Anything to do with data centres is interesting imo. Webinar on 24th of august. https://twitter.com/WANdisco/status/895744321504391168/photo/1
nimbo1
11/8/2017
11:34
Tickboo many thanks... I think there is a rolling review date from IBM side, I suspect it will be annual .. but that's helpful .. it sounds like the default is to roll on through... I guess the only reasons for break would be lack of traction or reputational damage (i.e. Poor delivery outcome for client base) probably too early in the product cycle for that call.., appreciate the feed back..
knighttokingprawn
11/8/2017
11:34
Tickboo many thanks... I think there is a rolling review date from IBM side, I suspect it will be annual .. but that's helpful .. it sounds like the default is to roll on through... I guess the only reasons for break would be lack of traction or reputational damage (i.e. Poor delivery outcome for client base) probably too early in the product cycle for that call.., appreciate the feed back..
knighttokingprawn
11/8/2017
09:13
Rocket fuel, I've bought from £4 to £7.05 and average £4.85 and although many would top slice I have a lot of belief here and will hold as although looking st revenue and just breaking even this looks overvalued looking at the bigger picture tells me this should be in double figures before YE for sure.
tickboo
11/8/2017
09:09
From Vigo - Thank you for your email. Further to your email enquiry, I can confirm the OEM doesn't have an expiry date.Seems it'll run and run unless ibm buy wand or develop their own product to try and compete. Good news.
tickboo
10/8/2017
14:11
This has to be the worst short I have ever seen. It may not be a great long here at £8 , but it's a short without a catalyst. Momentum shorts are great if you have good line of sight on event risk ? The event risk here is against the shorter .. till further notice this is definitely a buy on dips events are .. further orders , OEM announcements , listing news , corporate action .. it's a mine field of poor risk reward trade offs... th momentum short is best found in the index , sell technicals on mature businesses..,
knighttokingprawn
10/8/2017
14:01
Holding this baby from 420p.. not letting go till she hits 30 quid. Next stop £10. choo choo
rocket fuel
10/8/2017
13:46
Thank you guys and girls
webbmark
10/8/2017
13:15
Interim presentation not too far away and nearly break even and expected to win more from existing clients. $4.1m bank contract was for 5% of their data and same applies to many clients so a lot more to come. Hope you don't short too much as it could well go very wrong.
tickboo
10/8/2017
13:11
If you do short, take nimbo1's advice and don't over extend and keep it very short term. Then reinvest for the run up to results imo
qackers
10/8/2017
13:09
Wow - webbmark. Shorting a growth share. Good luck. Have you based your outlook on latest trading statement. Last years figs not really relevant imo. You would know that though as an experienced trader.
qackers
10/8/2017
13:06
short term swing shorting. sincerely doubt that will end well whichever stocks you pick. hope you don't use too much leverage! not meant as investment advice of course but I think you should seek some.
nimbo1
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