is that after the 1 for 20 reverse split? c'mon man, nobody on this board more then myself would love this to hit a buck, but 20? this is a crazy person's thinking, r u crazy?
Tommy, it's based on if the HVMMC gets to market and gains adoption. Big if. By 2020 there will be more than 2 billions devices that could leverage it, so the $20 would be assuming it gains some traction. It will sell for say $4 with 35% margin, so do the math.
why stop at 20 bucks, i c 100 a share y not, lets not underrate this great co with such great leadership, pass the crack pipe
Lots of ifs still.
The phone thing will take a while to develop. Probably the earliest would be some sampling in late 2016 and potentially in a phone/device by late 2017. I agree though, it could be $20 or higher with any significant adoption.
Hiring experienced marketing people lots of things in the pipeline, people got too focused on the legal side.
Two dozen companies looking at EV3.
Plus if the cellphone thing takes off NLST will be $20.
I have made a lot of money buying good old NLST before the annual November small cap pump, and looking for a repeat.
Good luck to all
such irony, you idiots used to say hypercrap would put fio out of business, then said NSDK is the devil, now here is a guy who worked at both???
you do know why fio had to sll? the sales team sucked, sorta like here. hummm
btw maybe he is a sndk spy LOL you #$%$ clowns...
whales, that's an excellent find. Mat Young, VP Marketing at Netlist, Inc since September 2015. he's worked at Microsoft, Fusion-io and SanDisk. speaks volumes for the potential in Netlist's pipeline
But just speculating since his LinkedIn profile his private but tons of contacts are @ SNDK, so speculating.
They obviously have confidence in their business plan.
nothing, they have zero to do with ddr4 lrdimm. infact thy had nothing to do with ddr3 lrdimm other then the asics were the same concept.
"the netlist patent dates back to 2004. Didn't know that the Bad-boy had started designing chips back then. of course, reality does not matter to you or your boss.:
you son are the dumbest person on this MB... you still saying that "li" invented xpoint LOL...
the netlist patent dates back to 2004. Didn't know that the Bad-boy had started designing chips back then. of course, reality does not matter to you or your boss.