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Yippy To Acquire MC+A
May 26, 2016
John H. Snyder and Thomas C. Sima advised Yippy, Inc. in its acquisition of MC+A, a Chicago-based enterprise search consulting firm.
Yippy, a technology company based in Fort Myers, Florida, sells the Blue Flame search appliance, which is powered by the same technology used by IBM Watson Explorer. By joining forces with MC+A, Yippy has dramatically expanded its ability to compete for a significant share of the enterprise search market.
The Firm congratulates Michael Cizmar, Richard Granville, and everyone at Yippy and MC+A.
Yippy alone can make big money even without the GSAT deal. Great move CEO Rich.
FORT MYERS, Fla., May 26, 2016
FORT MYERS, Fla., May 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Yippy, Inc. (OTCMKTS: YIPI) ("Yippy" or the "Company") has agreed in principle to acquire Michael Cizmar & Associates Ltd. ("MC+A"), a charter Google for Work Partner and winner of Google's 2014 Innovation Partner of the Year Award. Upon completion of the acquisition, MC+A founder Michael Cizmar will join Yippy as a member of its senior management team. Yippy anticipates that the acquisition will be closed by mid-July 2016.
In February 2016, Google announced that it was sunsetting the Google Search Appliance (GSA), the leading product in the search appliance market. The potential result is a significant market dislocation, as thousands of organizations are facing a time-sensitive need to replace the Google Search Appliance. Yippy's planned acquisition of MC+A will place the Company in an excellent position to capture a significant share of the search appliance market, which we estimate to be a $500 million market as of 2016. It is intended that Yippy will sell its EASE 360 Platform and Blue Flame appliance through MC+A, which will operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yippy. In his new role Mr. Cizmar will have primary responsibility for expanding Yippy's relationships with other GSA resellers.
"Yippy's EASE 360 software stack offers a compelling solution for customers seeking a replacement for the Google Search Appliance," said Mr. Cizmar. "Yippy's Blue Flame appliance is not simply 'on par' with the Google Search Appliance, it is a dynamic reinvention of how enterprise search can be delivered with intelligence and analytics at a fraction of the cost."
Richard Granville, Chief Executive Officer of Yippy, stated, "Google's decision to focus its attention on cloud-based solutions has created an opportunity for Yippy to bridge the gap between appliance and cloud. The market for cloud-based plat
Near $0.6 again. My guess is James Monroe, CEO of GSAT, is buying more, as we were told. Others also mentioned, at IHUB, that they were buying continuing toward $2.00. Lots of news are expecting in this summer. Let's watch the action with a cup of coffee.
Shares of Globalstar, a Louisiana-based satellite company, spiked 35.6 percent on Friday after it said federal regulators approved its spectrum for Wi-Fi use.
The stock gained another 20 percent in after-hours trading.
The company is one of the most shorted on the New York Stock Exchange as hedge funds had made bets that the spectrum was far from valuable.
One of the hedge fund investors, Sahm Adrangi, of Kerrisdale Capital, who owns shorted shares, said he wasn’t concerned with Friday’s price jump, to $2.45, at the end of regular trading.
“We don’t think Globalstar’s spectrum is commercially viable,” Adrangi told The Post. “We don’t think anything will come of this.”
The head of the $500 million fund said a company like Verizon would have to team with a second company to offer the spectrum or that a tech company would need to buy it.
“Approval doesn’t mean cash flow,” he said.
Globalstar’s billionaire owner, Jay Monroe, who touted the approval by the Federal Communications Commission, has put hundreds of millions of his own money into the business, which plans to roll out a private Wi-Fi channel that will charge consumers for access.
Most Wi-Fi spectrum, which he says is too congested, is free except when accessed through hotels and airports.
In 2013, the company had filed for FCC approval and had long been awaiting an agency decision.
Google told the FCC it should not approve use of the spectrum since Globalstar plans to charge customers.
There is a belief Google is concerned Apple will buy the spectrum and create a private network that does not highlight Google products, a source said.
“This spectrum will increase Wi-Fi capacity worldwide by 30 percent,” Maglan Capital President David Tawil, who is long the stock, told The Post, adding that he believes there is tremendous upside.
Copy the below and search it. (DSL reports page. The message board has a wrong opinion about Yippy appliance too.)
No, I Will Not Fix Your #@$!! Computer → Google is shuting down Google S
Hope It continues to go up and GSAT/YIPI duo will surprise the world soon. Yippy to the space!
Worst case, you lose 38 cents per share
I already have enough shares and have been aware of the risk. Having said that I now consider owning YIPI is much safer than ever, as YIPI is backed by not only GSAT but the lawyer John H. Snyder. Both of them, a NASDAQ company and a "rated a 'Rising Star' by SuperLawyers since 2013," have received YIPI shares for its deals, and both deals news are released from their sides,not from Yippy side. That convinces me to believe more that YIppy is a real.
By the way, we all know IBM owns about 10% of YIPI shares, but it seems like IBM doesn't care about it much and we never hear anything about Yippy from IBM - may be IBM underestimates Yippy and thinks Yippy indifferent.
I conclude this - I hope GSAT and YIPPY team achieve significant progress in this year and make IBM involve in the team. If it happens, the whole world would react with their jaw drop. I am not a tech expert,so I am not sure, but it sounds like the Yippy EASE deserves to be called the best solution of our future world, and the world is about to aware it. Let's wait and see what Rich is showing.
Go Go Yippy!
0.38 today. It looks like more volume is adding everyday. That means some people know something coming? Wonder what it is. Hope will be seen it soon. Go Yippy!
Hi,jumpngroo. I was told that the launch of the new product news would be released soon. Hopefully,we see the good news, and another good news from Globalstar, then an eye-opening revenue in YIPI Q3..
Of course, I can't make the case, but PPS would be easily over $1.00 if those news are really appeared. And, I think I am happy for now, cus I see only positive prospects on Yappy. A very safe play -- much much better perspective than ever.
Let's keep the faith to Yippy.
The float is only 9,180,000., and most of them are held by longs, including CEO family. Available shares are so limited. That's why YIPI goes up/down so fast. This time, it seems only go-up.
This is from Web site of Yippy's lawyer John H. Snyder PLLC.
He seems very confidence with Yippy - as he got paid with YIPI shares for $50 MM lawsuit against Magna group, and also Globalstar is really got into Yippy.
Yippy Launches Into Space With Globalstar Deal
January 04, 2016
Data technology company Yippy, Inc. (YIPI:OTC) has entered the global data space race by entering into a long-term agreement with Globalstar, Inc. (GSAT).
Historically, satellite internet and data service has been limited by slow download speeds. Yippy, which holds a perpetual license to IBM Watson Explorer technology, has developed its EASE 360 software solution that dramatically increases satellite data performance. In order to leverage this unique capability, Yippy has entered into a 20-year agreement with Globalstar, a leading provider of low earth orbit satellite voice and data communications.
The agreement enables Yippy to bring its customers industry leading satellite internet service, in addition to giving Yippy exclusive rights to sell Yippy’s EASE 360 Platform to Globalstar’s nearly 700,000 subscribers. Yippy also receives colocation rights with respect to 20% of Globalstar’s 26 ground stations worldwide. Yippy will utilize its access to the Globalstar network to provide affordable broadband-like internet access to locations not served by terrestrial internet - which includes more than 4 billion people around the world.
Yippy was advised in this transaction by Thomas C. Sima and John H. Snyder. We congratulate Rich Granville, John Macartney, and everyone at Yippy on this remarkable deal.
Yippy, Inc. (“Yippy”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a long-term agreement with Globalstar, Inc. (“Globalstar”), a leading provider of satellite voice and data communications.
In the coming weeks and months, Yippy will work closely with Globalstar to make available to Globalstar’s nearly 700,000 customers the Yippy EASE 360 platform and proprietary data compression, optimization and security software (the “Yippy Data Software”). Globalstar, already an industry leader, recently deployed a constellation of second-generation high-speed satellites. Yippy’s agreement with Globalstar signifies a mutual commitment to make Globalstar satellite voice and data service the gold standard in low-latency ubiquitous satellite communications for the next generation. This agreement creates five new and discrete business verticals for Yippy:
Yippy has acquired the right to purchase (at highly competitive wholesale pricing terms) and resell up to twenty percent (20%) of Globalstar’s network capacity. This will enable Yippy to resell Globalstar services and equipment to its own customers (together with access to the Yippy Data Software), who will benefit from enhanced data functionality and competitive pricing terms. Yippy believes that the Yippy Data Software will make satellite data and internet communications feasible for significant categories of customers previously discouraged from using satellite technology by slow data speeds and/or costs. We are in active discussions with potential partners who will assist Yippy in bringing satellite internet to un-connected regions of the world.
(For the full sentences, Go to the OTC market site for YIPI.