Recent acquisition brings together the best of two
competing touch screen technologies, promising
unmatched total performance and cost
• Shipments to Tier 1 PC OEM customer, and customer
pipeline for other Tier 1 PC OEMs based in U.S. and Asia,
puts company on course for profitable 2016
That's what they did in Q1.
Then they bought them, their Assets, Intellectual property, their manufacturing plan, their existing purchase orders with a Tier-1 customer and a pipeline of other new Tier-1 potential customers who are well along their way in evaluating the XSense Touch Sensor.
The Revs are flowing and the new management team is poised to launch this party.
He has turned this company in a new direction. Shortly after acquiring what once was one of their most fierce competitors, he is now building his team with a new COO and CFO.
The company now has revenues and a scheduled growth plan over the near term.
This company is about to rise on its merits and new opportunities seized while still focused on the same growth markets.
UNXL could not be an a better sweet spot considering their, now, target markets: tablets and cell phones.
They now have the product they have been seeking, the means and facility for manufacturing it and the ability and plan to ramp up production in order to service significant accounts.
This is all about to take off.
Intel to Buy Altera for $16.7
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — It looks like Intel's "on again, off again" purchase of Altera is finally going through. The current buzz on the street is that Intel has said that it's agreed to buy Altera for $16.7B.
The deal makes sense for several reasons. From Intel's perspective, the personal computer market that consumes a lot of its processor chips is in decline, with more and more end users moving to tablets or even smartphones for their Internet access and computing needs.
CELL PHONES and TABLETS ! Sound familiar? Growth Markets !
Simply amazing that this is happening, and so quickly.
Increasing production volume coupled with lower costs translates into higher margins and larger profits.
Impressive results to say the least. In less than a year he positions UNXL in both the tablet and cell phone markets.
As if he was a magician. Funny but true.
"The performance advantages of XSense allow UniPixel to immediately address the mobile phone market and the entire tablet market, which represent the largest segments of the touch market."
So many tablet products, so many cell phones. There is no end to the ramp in sight.
and they are talking to Asian companies about potential order timing.
Ramp ramp ramp.
Oh, and another touch sensor design in final qualification stage. Might that be a cell phone ? Could be.
“Looking at our customer pipeline, we have five touch sensor designs through initial qualification stage with our current customer and other Tier 1 PC OEMs based in the U.S. and Asia. With one of those U.S. based PC OEMs, we also have a touch sensor design in the final qualification stage. We have been meeting with potential customers in the U.S. and Asia to provide an update on the XSense acquisition, introduce the benefits of the combined operations and IP position, and to discuss program progress and potential order timing."
“We continue to ship existing XSense touch sensors orders to a Tier 1 US based PC OEM customer for three touch sensor devices ranging from 8” to 11.6” in size. These shipments are expected to generate revenue in the current quarter."
UNXL's New COO brought XSense from Concept to Revenue within 18 months
That means the technology side and the sales force got it done. Think about where UNXL was, even with KODAK. Think about all those UNXL XSense touch screens being placed on retail products going to market.
Think there will be NEWS?
Then think about the pps and how ridiculously undervalued this is. Cowen is again presenting this opportunity because it is about to fulfil the promise.
The clock is ticking. Early 4th quarter is slated for this modification to be completed.
A good holiday season at year end as they move into 2016 with a profitability agenda.
Get that? UNXL and XSense collaboration has BEEN underway since before they issued this PR.
You should be looking forward to that PR, whose timing is completely up to UNXL. They gave us a 6 month window and they've been working on it for well over a month.
4.5 months to hit their target to drop Carclo.
"the integration that is currently underway of XSense with the UniPixel technologies will lower production costs and increase manufacturing capacity.”
That's why this investment was particularly attractive to UNXL.
Too bad for the bashers that UNXL keeps surprising and is now one of the leaders, if not THE leader in metal mesh touch screens.
What a difference a quarter makes.
Looking forward to that first cell phone customer PR release.
Cell phones are very much front and center to this investment. Game Changer.