Early March? Well March is now officially done. We could be getting Purchase order PRs any day.
It might be smart to launch one prior to April 8th and the touch screen seminar next week to help disseminate the news effortlessly through the right channels to the right parties and create a buzz.
This looks to be very real. Not sure how long single digits can be justified.
UNXL has no debt, OVER $20 Mil in Cash and only 7 Mil shares available in the float with a 2 Mil short position under mega pressure from the reality of INTOUCH, powered by KODAK.
The short position has lost $5.44 Mil in value off the lows, at current price levels and will only suffer more shrinkage. Oh baby it's cold outside !
"This is breakthrough micro 3D science and we remain incredibly excited about the growth opportunity of touch-screen sensors and other micro 3D applications provided to Kodak going forward."
What Gorilla Glass is to Corning, INTOUCH will be to KODAK, imo.
Key Kodak partner UniPixel has new CEO
Matthew Daneman, Staff writer 5:18 p.m. EDT April 14, 2014
Texas touchscreen film maker UniPixel Inc. — which is partnering with Eastman Kodak #$%$ a joint venture to make such films — has a new CEO.
UniPixel said Monday it had hired Jeff Hawthorne as CEO and president. He spent nearly 18 years with flat panel display test and repair company Photon Dynamics, including five years as its CEO, before it was acquired.
Yes, back in November they stated they had only minor issues left to overcome and predicted a Q2 product launch.
And just this month, in mid March, they have reinforced that prediction for a Q2 revenue stream and posted it on their website.
Very bullish. It's all there for investors to check out.
I like it when it's just this simple. Buys in the 4's, 5's, 6's and now 7's were, are no brainers given the Q2 update from earlier this month, now posted on the website. Consistent follow through from management's November assessment.
Upon announcements in the public sector, this should revisit all time highs and then some.
Everyone should go and check it out for yourself.
UNXL is SO undervalued, given the Q2 guidance by the company. No wonder KODAK's CEO is so excited at the prospects for touchscreen despite the techno delays they have encountered.
The tablet customer remains onboard too, despite the challenges KODAK was able to overcome.
This story has legs and will go viral, globally....the KODAK turnaround story, from the ashes, and UNXL is there !
We are primed for similar events. However this time investors are sure footed as to the manufacturing position for UNXL and its manufacturing partner, KODAK. Touchless, HIGH 80% yields, with management stating Q2 2015 volume commercialization begins.
Anyone remember the largest single price gain in this stock in a single day?
Did they say HIGH 80% yields?
ROFL--the lying roe is looking beyond silly at this point.
from 2015 and Beyond.
They have no axe to grind, just their expert opinions, based on their research, in the field UniPixel is situated.
I wonder if she's aware of UNXL's Q2 shipping schedule and if she has toured the Rochester plant and seen the production upgrades that have been employed over the course of the past year. Will she speak to the new touchless process?
And does she know tablets AND All-in-Ones are on the table for Q2 dlelivery?
for their next generation devices. INTOUCH is the answer.
There's nothing better than having disruptive technology for billion dollar growth markets.
When will the plant be operating at a 24/7 pace and how long before they announce plant #2, either by expanding at the KODAK facility or perhaps in Asia, as previously hinted at by the company.
It also indicates all the attacks orchestrated by the shorts were, and continue to be, out and out lies.
I like where this is going, along the road of continued progress and refinement as customer #1 awaits a more cost effective solution that also gives them a technological edge. Now thinner, faster and better is arriving in the coming quarter, which starts next week.
Interesting that UNXL deals with both these companies re touch screen film and tablets in one manner or another.