"To reduce development complexity and speed the time-to-market of our first InTouch Sensor product, UniPixel and Kodak technical work streams have been primarily focused on the initial development project for the tablet market, and we have been working closely with a certain tablet manufacturer."
than waiting until the market at large is engaged.
Shorty's got to cover at some point. That's 4 million worth of buys and the stock just isn't there in bulk.
Supply and demand never fails.
And they still have over $30 million in cash.
What I liked best is the double market product offering now underwway, all-in-ones together with the tablet market. Broadening the product spectrum is important.
The growth curve will be amazing once this debt free company starts shipping product.
On the announcement of a conference call that we already knew was due by the end of the month ???
I think not. By UNXL going public today, insiders or those closer than close have a "reason" to get in BEFORE any formal news hits the streets.
The story of UNXL's disruptive technology gets back on track. New management and 6+ months of UNXL and KODAK engineers perfecting the process and we have lift off.
Consider the chart from Dec 2013 forward.
Touch Display Research: June 4th, 2014
" the overall adoption of ITO-replacement is accelerating"
July 1st is the following week after the milestone update. The update is just the beginning. UNXL can then start taking volume orders.
Spread out the good news so shorty cannot take advantage of lulls to scare investors who scare so easily.
"Walker had said that UniPixel is the only direct printing process of which he is aware"
The 25th changes this company forever, imo.
And the shyster shorts are lying again, faking aliases to further deceive.
Your nightmare is on approach.
"Geoff Walker of Intel gave a short course entitled "Fundamentals of Touch Technology" on Sunday. Geoff is a renowned expert in the field. In addition to working as a technologist at Intel where he helps coordinate touch strategy across business groups, he is President of Walker Mobile. His presentations usually give a good bird's-eye view of the touch landscape.
A friend who attended Geoff's course shot me an email Sunday. He quoted Walker saying with respect to metal mesh, "printing is where this is going." Earlier Walker had said that UniPixel is the only direct printing process of which he is aware.
Don't forget, UNXL has NO DEBT as the kicker to such a sweet scenario.
Just bring us the news that we are moving forward and this goes viral once again.
“These transparent conductors are not only replacing ITO, but also provide functions that ITO could not. Our survey found that even with some metal mesh companies’ disappointing progress, the overall adoption of ITO-replacement is accelerating. We forecast the ITO-replacement market will grow rapidly from 2014 to 2021."
It is all coming into focus, the market growth expectations, the product replacement opportunity and the improved quality and functionality.
They specifically mention UNXL, both recognizing the delays/disappointments but the opportunity still remains.
UNXL is on the radar and just one mention of a milestone achievement and investor perception goes bullish.
We are currently in the Ramp up mode.
This is a finance issue, not a technical issue, and it bodes well for the company once they begin producing revenues.
Considering they have no debt service and are situated nicely with cash, can you imagine what will fall to the bottom line in the years ahead?
The market is the only play in town and money is looking for the next high flyer based in real technology, real partners and real GROWTH Markets.
Should institutions decide to add down here there will be a major breakout.
LOL--One and Two share trades. They have the very bottom of the barrel boiler roomers working this as long as they can in hopes KODAK and Unipixel can't figure out a film issue.