From Seeking Alpha
"Our NetWise solution continues to prove superior to competitive products in achieving this goal. In fact, we have recently completed a trial with a leading mobile network operator, demonstrating our unique capabilities to dynamically adjust connectivity behavior in real-time to maintain a vast connected experience when Wi-Fi access points become congested or fail."
"We are in the final stages of the sales cycle with this operator"
That was on April 28th so this deal should be closed or very close to closure.
And just to highlight the key words " dynamically adjust connectivity behavior in real-time to maintain a vast connected experience". Precisely what Project Fi is all about. And SMSI is the incumbent supplier to Sprint - one of the networks used by Project Fi.
The U.S. economy was growing at a moderate pace in most regions of the country in April and May, as consumers ramped up spending at retailers and auto dealers, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday.
Here's losing it, meat: bashing this company 24/7 for nine years on this board.
Your repeated refusal to address your post below proves once and for all that you're nothing more than a drunken fraud and loser. Not that anyone needed any further proof, mind you.
Wash that harsh realty down with some more rotguy, BriBri Smith.
"[Bash] may think he knows who posters are. In my case, I can guarantee that he does not have a clue, guaranteed. I can also guarantee that virtually ever single poster is about to be identified, then you all will be finally able to figure out who I am, as well as many others. I am certain that the field will be narrow, but interesting, as will the email connections. Shall soon see who has ties to the Company, and who is an alias." ~ ga.rscrappa • Jan 27, 2015 2:33 AM
I checked your math and got 2038 for a fixed replacement rate, but that's close enough.
There is a potential that this will accelerate though. Jerry Brown has talked of fighting climate change as a 'war effort' comparable to WW-II, where pretty much the entire industrial capacity of the country was mobilized to fight the war.
If we got serious about it, we could do this in 10 years. Maybe less.
We will never completely replace coal power and gasoline of course. (People do still ride horses, after all) But we can still fundamentally transform the way we generate and use power.
I've been right about this donkey-loser since it was $20. My next prediction is that it breaks $6.67 by friday. LOL Dream it.
Rmsacc, with respect, may I assume that you're joking? You can buy right now as many shares as you most probably would want for under .40 ( and on the day after the offering, you could have bought millions at .34-.36); and, if you want to wait until ( or if) the stock gets up to .45 to buy more, that's your current option -- but, again, you can buy, buy, buy now BEFORE it gets to .45, not to mention .52. So, are you serious: you really wrote IR complaining that you weren't allowed to buy shares at .40 the day before it was at .34-.36??
During a Quiet Period, a publicly listed company cannot make any announcements about anything that could cause a normal investor to change their position on the company's stock. Normally, that means the company does not discuss any of the following:
New deals or wins signed in that current quarter. Announcements about previously sold implementations going live are allowed but must be explicitly described as such.
Progress against company goals
Major product or service announcements
Major partnership announcement
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Wow, can it get any worse for this POS company? Tim, Garth, TD, anyone????????
Sentiment: Strong Sell
I could see the opening as high, maybe in the 1.40's by noon...1.60 could happen, imo, by the close. They need to better inform potential investors of progress on international sales efforts, imo.
AMD claimed Carrizo has 17x the compute performance, twice the graphics capability and double the battery life of the Kaveri architecture. All this, while maintaining the process at 28nm, and focusing on a power target of 15 W for light and portable notebooks.
Company executives indicated that this is the result of a corporate culture that shifts towards power efficiency.
Energy efficiency has been steadily improving year over year for the last six years, with AMD achieving 10x increased efficiency between 2009 and 2014, but in 2014 the company vowed to increase energy efficiency an additional 25x by the year 2020. To do that, engineers have to find ways to outpace Moore's Law.
AMD claimed Carrizo already represents a big leap towards that goal. Amazingly, it said company engineers managed to squeeze out 240 percent more performance per watt.
"It's important to set aggressive aspirational goals. It motivates the engineering team; it helps galvanize thinking," said Sam Naffziger, AMD Corporate Fellow. "It's one of the things that stimulates innovation and ways to get there when it seems too big a stretch."
"computers can buy stocks they don't want today and make money even if the shares decline "
Stop it! Yer kill'in me. HAR HAR HAR