According to Jennifer Colegrove, Ph.D., president of Touch Display Research Inc., the potential market for flexible and curved displays in which metal mesh would play is estimated to grow from less than 1% market share this year to $27 Billion and 16% market share of global display revenue by 2023 (Figure 1).
You didn't need to call as it's in black and white if you cross check articles with the KODAK ad. It is also consistent with what KODAK just stated regarding the hiring ramp up for INTOUCH.
But I'm glad you confirmed it. Now let's watch who lies and who defends the liars and perpetuates negativity.
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"UniPixel has five issued patents and 111 patent applications covering key areas."
They must have just had two more patents issued from the patent pending status as previously they had only 3 patents issued.
What's the value of a growing patent portfolio ?
Destrier Capital Shows New 6.07% Stake in Uni-Pixel, Inc (UNXL)
3:29 PM ET, 01/17/2014 - Street Insider
In a 13G filing on Uni-Pixel, Inc (NASDAQ: UNXL), hedge fund Destrier Capital Management disclosed a 6.07%, or 743,108 share, stake in the company. The firm did not hold shares at the end of the latest quarter ending December 31, 2013.
It's all about the future from here.
Informative post. Thanks.
I was told by UNXL that they expected the hires to conclude by the end of this quarter at the latest, which is consistent with the timeline you were told.
Looking forward to under promising and over delivering in 2014.
This stock can and will move in $3-$5 increments given the right news developments.
And here you have it. Gee, what are they doing in India?
"Lebegue was animated about the company's projects in development is a cheaper touch screen for smartphones and tablets. He added, "Kodak will deploy its print capabilities to lay out super-thin lines of metals like copper and silver, which can be more effective than indium and cheaper to obtain." This technology could also allow the screens to be flexible and foldable, and ensure it is installed on new objects."
How much confirmation do we need to understand KODAK is fully behind this and has the connections for promoting sales.
It's a win-win. Of all the companies and diruptive technology out there KODAK selected UNXL's uniBoss to Co Brand and promote at its own site in Rochester NY.
The rebirth of KODAK is an exciting turn of events.
Waiting for a mega volume day, and if so, at what price?
It continues to inch up. Feel free to reduce your exposure before they announce the first commercial customer.
"In this video, see how Kodak technology is changing digital offset printing with process free printing plates that eliminate use of chemicals and water in processing ... How Kodak and its partners are making metal-mesh films to more efficiently produce touch screen sensors for electronic devices ... How Kodak commercial inkjet technology can print a 260-page novel in just over two seconds ... And how a new Kodak technology is changing package printing."
Watch it ! From the horse's mouth.
They use to call Apple shareholders cult members too.
Monday morning quarterbacking is for losers and shysters, of which you clearly are. Backing a hack job like seeking alpha where false BS is treated as news to scare peripheral investors in an effort to further your schemes is what you are all about.
What is seeking alpha telling you to do now and who on S/A has an ounce of credibility? It is all self serving and you know it. If anything you got lucky.
which should further propel the pps.
The last run from $5 to $41 could very easily be surpassed this year.
At these prices, with these prospects (KODAK,DELL,INTEL) and Commercial Production slated just two quarters out, it would not surprise me.
The PPS will likely get a significant boost with the naming of the new CEO alone and certification is coming before the Q3 ramp up begins.
Then there are 6 million shorts facing the evaporation of their positions.
It's been a month since Veronda stated that the tripling of UNXL employees would happen in the coming weeks.
My guess is that most, if not all, are present and accounted for and that the project has made significant strides. Many of the new employees were to come from within the KODAK ranks, so that is an easy transition.
Next week's conference call hopefully will elucidate the matter.
Published on Feb 10, 2014
"At Kodak, we are building on our technological heritage to serve the fast-growing packaging, functional and digital printing markets, as well as established markets in graphics and entertainment. In this video, see how Kodak technology is changing digital offset printing with process free printing plates that eliminate use of chemicals and water in processing ... How Kodak and its partners are making metal-mesh films to more efficiently produce touch screen sensors for electronic devices ... How Kodak commercial inkjet technology can print a 260-page novel in just over two seconds ... And how a new Kodak technology is changing package printing."