The House of Reps just convened a committee where they wanted to know why the FDA wasn't using the Accelerated Approval pathway more often, there are concerns in DC about it.
Did you also not read up on how all these companies have stolen NLST IP? That is a significant matter that they can't control, it is out of their hands, and that is precisely why it has been done to them, to squash them down... it almost worked until FIG stepped up to the plate. That you do not acknowledge this hugely important fact shows what you're about.
And the reason I don't post often is because we don't get to hear such insight into NLST until quarterly conference calls. No reason for me to wring my hands over daily fluctuations as some do.
"Our performance during the first quarter of fiscal year 2015 continues to validate our belief that a major transition is underway within the storage industry driven by flash as a disruptive ingredient. Our execution during the quarter underscores our belief that we have built the leading next generation flash storage platform," said Suresh Vasudevan, chief executive officer, Nimble Storage."
Yeah, you're right misterdeee, easy to determine the way you just did. Hong did say this would be a significant boost, and they haven't seen one prior, so of course they're not just switching out pci-e to DIMM.
Celsion is treating Recurrent Chest Wall breast cancer, no good therapeutic options for these women. pain relief is something they would need, if not remission. this is end of the road treatment.
People who would sell now are probably people who still have a nice profit, or are fund holders who are getting people pulling their cash out of the market and they need to sell... No one is buying now, since everyone wants to buy cheaper and cheaper when chart is heading downward. They put out a basket (cheap bid) to catch shares from sellers and shorters.
You and FLies and absolute devil's advocates, neither of you offers anything remotely grounded in sober thought. I can read your posts before you hit the post button.
Netlist has suffered because of the rampant thievery of their IP. Other companies have gained a competitive advantage because they don't have to pony up the capital to do the R&D like others have pointed out, they all can use those millions on production and advertisement.
I believe the future looks great, that isn't a lie. I was right about it when I was buying in the 60 cent range. I expect they will deliver.
From last July's Patent allowance PR for NVDIMM:
"Netlist has been shipping hybrid DIMM products for over five years as part of its NVvault® and ExpressVault® product lines. Over 300,000 Netlist hybrid DIMM products have been used within mission critical servers and storage products, and Netlist's technologies applied within PCIe form factor are used by leading SSD and hybrid storage vendors. Today, hybrid DIMMs are being adopted as standard DDR4 memory for all servers."
What is sad is that there are two posters here who post nonsense everyday. Sensible investors have no need to post everyday, whining and complaining and name calling.
"As described in the complaint, Diablo exploited its position as a trusted vendor to steal Netlist's most valuable intellectual property and incorporate the stolen technology in the ULLtraDIMM. Netlist disclosed to Diablo in confidence, for the sole purpose of building products for Netlist, the core specifications for HyperCloud®, and spent significant engineering resources over several years teaching Diablo how to implement these technologies. The complaint details how Diablo stole these proprietary specifications and designs and used them to create its own products including the ULLtraDIMM. In the process, Diablo transformed itself from a contract design house to a "products company", leveraging this theft to build a reputation for new technology development that it does not deserve."
Damages, royalties, restitution, with the aid of whistle blowers, this is serious, not a chump change case.
Remember their deal with Avere, "The incorporation of Netlist's EXPRESSvault into our FXT Series Edge filers gives our customers the added reassurance that their data will be safe even in the event of an extended power outage,"
"Avere's NAS Filer Reaches into Amazon's Cloud"
"Rampart should strengthen in trade today after completing a landmark funding facility for its North Slope oil project in Alaska.
Binding documents have been executed with Melody Business Finance to provide US$50 million to Rampart, which will cover a significant portion of the upfront cost of any exploration program in Alaska, including seismic and drilling.
Notably, the deal does not result in any net debt to Rampart as the facility is leveraged off the Alaskan ACES credit system, whereby the capital provided is repaid via the Alaskan Government’s repurchase of Tax Credit Certificates issued to Rampart.
Shareholder dilution is also avoided, and given Rampart's capitalisation of just $15 million, the facility creates substantial leverage and is somewhat of a watershed development.
Rampart is exploring two areas of the North Slope of Alaska for both conventional and unconventional oil, inking an agreement in May 2013 to earn into leases owned by Royale Energy Inc."