>> "Ovonyx is pursuing commercialization of its array-addressed memory systems through joint development programs with a number of licensees including Samsung, BAE Systems, Intel Corporation, ST Microelectronics, Nanochip, and Elpida Memory." <<
Ah yes, it's always good to remind new and old investors alike with every press release of the birds already in hand. That was a very strong point I made in one of my many e-mails to ECD IR/PR and management. If you keep spelling it out, eventually the curious will learn your name.
I actually received one very pleasant response, and I've noticed that this approach to PR in general seems to have taken hold.
SIX companies licensing the technology should have a lot more impact than just ONE little Samsung.
The announcement of a 2006 product should mean that all hell is about to break loose, or, at the least, the sound of a thundering herd of horses as they take off from the gate like a pack of Greyhounds (who, for purposes of this mixed metaphore, don't "thunder") chasing an OUM Chip with long ears and a big cotton tail.