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marsavian 341 posts  |  Last Activity: 9 hours ago Member since: Jun 15, 2005
  • Reply to

    JP Morgan lives in a glass house

    by intel_fanboy May 6, 2014 1:06 PM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 12:21 PM Flag

    Actually I have always said micro-architecture is more important than fabrication (don't you remember the arguments with WW I had about that going back years ?) but let's not truth get in the way of the latest lies you are peddling. So now you can't scream about ARMH price highs any more is every post of yours now going to contain '$1bn of bribes' for years to come ? You really are a childish immature petulant troll who provides no value here.

  • Reply to

    JP Morgan lives in a glass house

    by intel_fanboy May 6, 2014 1:06 PM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 11:57 AM Flag

    More ridiculous fantasy claims by the clown who said Windows on ARM will be ARM's savior and then Servers but now he's changed that to 64-bit now reality has thumped him hard around the head a few times. Intel's mobile losses will get less and less as the years roll by not more. More LTE modems will be sold. Small powerful 14nm and 10nm parts will be be profitably sold. More integrated parts will be sold. Contra-revenue will just be a distant 2014 memory etc etc.

    You really are just talking inane rubbish not based on facts as you have done for years so no change then.

  • Reply to

    JP Morgan lives in a glass house

    by intel_fanboy May 6, 2014 1:06 PM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 11:31 AM Flag

    The taking down of ARM in mobile will be like the taking down of RISC in server, a long multi-year generational battle of attrition but it will happen because Intel will give OEMS and customers the best product for price for years to come. One billion in contra-revenue is nothing compared to the money Intel has spent on McAfee and other dubious side adventures. Intel has the spare money to use all its IP to make all your favorite ARM companies bleed continuously going forward so do enjoy.

  • Reply to

    Democracy .... Russian style

    by marsavian May 7, 2014 6:47 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 11:23 AM Flag

    mediumDOTcom/war-is-boring/dd4fda8cf09f

    This is bad news for Russia’s Strategic Rocket Forces. Its SS-18 ICBMs are designed, manufactured and maintained by Ukraine’s state-owned Yuzhmash enterprise in Dnepropetrovsk. The SS-19 and SS-25 ICBMs are designed and produced in Russia, but their guidance systems come from the Khartron company in Kharkov.

    These three types account for more than 80 percent of the missiles in Russia’s rocket forces.

    “In addition, some 20 per cent of the natural uranium currently consumed by Russia’s nuclear industry, both for civilian and military purposes, comes from Zholti Vody in Ukraine,” RUSI reported.

    Russian military dependence on Ukraine also applies to conventional arms. “Russia requires Ukrainian-produced gears for 60 percent of the surface combatants planned for its navy,” RUSI pointed out.

    Ukraine’s Motor-Sich plant manufactures jet engines for Russian transport aircraft, engines for all Russian combat and transport helicopters and auxiliary power units for many types of aircraft and helicopters. Ukraine also makes auxiliary equipment, such as hydraulics and drogue parachutes, for advanced Russian fighters such as the Su-27, Su-30, Su-35 and Su-35.

    Ditto for the missiles carried by those fighters. Ukrainian companies manufacture the R-27 air-to-air missile as well as seekers for the R-73.

    When Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union and comprised a large part of Soviet heavy industry, it made sense for key defense components to be manufactured there. But Ukraine declared independence in 1991. Why is Russia still dependent upon another country for its most sensitive military equipment?

    “This is due to the fact that lots of the Strategic Rocket Forces missiles and their components were produced during the Soviet time by Ukrainian-based plants,” Igor Sutyagin, the RUSI researcher who co-authored the Ukraine report, told War is Boring. “It was impossible to build other plants which would produce the same products.”

  • Reply to

    Democracy .... Russian style

    by marsavian May 7, 2014 6:47 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 11:01 AM Flag

    businessinsiderDOTcom/why-putin-needs-east-and-south-ukraine-2014-5

    The regions of Ukraine where pro-Russian separatists are rebelling is home to more than 50 factories that have been building specialized military equipment for Moscow over the last two decades, Kateryna Choursina and James M. Gomez of Bloomberg report.

    The output is vital to Vladimir Putin: 30% of Ukrainian military exports to Russia are unique and cannot currently be substituted by Russian production.

    And all military deliveries to Russia, including replacement parts, were suspended following the annexation of Crimea.

    Bloomberg notes that Russia "would struggle without the 400 Ukraine-made engines it imports every year for its military helicopters or the $10 million it pays Ukraine to service its intercontinental ballistic missile system."

    That's exactly why the Russian president would want to have these regions under Kremlin influence.

  • Reply to

    JP Morgan lives in a glass house

    by intel_fanboy May 6, 2014 1:06 PM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 10:51 AM Flag

    Usual ARM pumping and Intel misrepresentations.

    ', they are just as
    far behind with architecture...
    Your CEO just admitted it the other day.'

    BS, he was talking about LTE modems not mobile architecture you bald-faced liar.

    ' INtel forced into $1B in Bribes to have any design wins...'

    and once Intel has cheaper motherboards and memory in place by the end of the year what will your slogan be then when contra-revenue disappears ?

    'And ARM64 just beginning with many custom designs in the works...
    ARM64 gonna attack those high dollar server mkts.
    ARM64 moving at a faster rate than x86...'

    Wrong on all counts. The only threat in servers long term is the Power 8 architecture and OpenPower not any ARM amateurs who will continue to have less than 1% of the server market for years to come. Where is Calxeda now, where are the AMCC sales ? It's all hot air BS like what comes continuously out of your mouth. x86 is moving much quicker as will be shown this year when 14nm fanless Broadwells and Cherry Trails with Haswell level gpus are released while ARM designs continue to be spun on tired old 28nm.

  • Reply to

    Democracy .... Russian style

    by marsavian May 7, 2014 6:47 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 10:19 AM Flag

    bigstoryDOTapDOTorg/article/un-officials-meet-ukraine-government

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged that a planned May 11 referendum on autonomy in southeast Ukraine be postponed.

    In a Wednesday meeting with Swiss president Didier Burkhalter, Putin also called on Ukraine's military to halt all operations against pro-Russia activists who have seized government buildings and police stations across at least a dozen towns in eastern Ukraine.

    The Russian leader described Ukraine's upcoming presidential election — slated for May 25 — as a move "in the right direction," but repeated Russia's long-held stance that constitutional reforms must precede any nationwide vote in Ukraine.

    Roman Lyagin, chairman of the Donetsk People's Republic election commission, told The Associated Press that Putin's remarks notwithstanding, plans for holding an autonomy referendum on May 11 remained unchanged.

    In Berlin, a leading Ukrainian presidential candidate said he was prepared to negotiate a decentralization of power as pro-Russia insurgents in the east have demanded.

    But Petro Poroshenko, a billionaire chocolate magnate, added that some insurgents in the eastern region understand only "the language of force."

  • Reply to

    Democracy .... Russian style

    by marsavian May 7, 2014 6:47 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 10:10 AM Flag

    I am beginning to think it's not so much Putin but all the nationalist nutters in the State Duma like that guy in the audio and they did force his hand originally by giving him the authority to invade Ukraine. Encouraging noises coming from him today which mean Peace may yet break out ...

    'Russian President Vladimir Putin says the upcoming Ukrainian presidential election is a step in the right direction but it will solve nothing unless all Ukrainian citizens understand the way their rights will be guaranteed.'

    rferlDOTorg/contentlive/live-blog-crisis-ukraine/25359028.html

    'Speaking after a meeting with Swiss President Didier Burkhalter, whose country currently holds the OSCE rotating chairmanship, Russian President Vladimir Putin has called on separatists in eastern Ukraine to postpone plans to conduct referendums on self-determination planned for May 11.'

    I think ultimately he and his oligarchs values their economic connections with the West too highly to risk sectoral sanctions from the West and the freezing out of Russia from the Dollar Economy for untold years.

  • Reply to

    Democracy .... Russian style

    by marsavian May 7, 2014 6:47 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 6:54 AM Flag

    To make sure no one misses this:

    Official Kremlin results: 97 percent of polled voters for annexation, turnout 83 percent, and 82 percent of total Crimean population voting in favor.

    President’s Human Rights Council mid-point estimate: 55 percent of polled voters for annexation, turnout 40 percent, 22.5 percent of total Crimean population voting in favor.

    A member of the Human Rights Council, Svetlana Gannushkina, talked about election fraud on Kanal 24 (as replayed on Ukrainian television), declaring that the Crimean vote “discredited Russia more than could be dreamed up by a foreign agent.”

    We can debate the extent of fraud in the March 16 referendum, but only the Council’s highest estimate just yields the fifty percent turnout ratio normally required for major referendums. What counts is that the Putin regime solemnly announced to the world that 82 percent of the Crimean people voted to join Mother Russia, and many in the West swallowed this whopper. At best, according to Putin’s own council, only 30 percent did.

    Putin plans to repeat the Crimean election farce in the May 11 referendum on the status of the so-called People’s Republic of Donetsk. He will use the same tricks to produce an overwhelming vote for “independence” and a high turnout. The few international election monitors will object, but Putin counts on repetition of his Big Lie to convince his own people and sympathetic politicians and press in the West that the people of east Ukraine actually want to separate from Ukraine.

    Will the West let Putin get away with it again?

  • Reply to

    Democracy .... Russian style

    by marsavian May 7, 2014 6:47 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 7, 2014 6:52 AM Flag

    The Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) has released evidence concerning the preparation and coordination of the Donetsk Republic’s planned referendum with Russian foreign agents, in particular, leader of the neo#$%$ paramilitary group Russian National Unity Alexander Barkashov.

    In the purported conversation, the leader of Orthodox Donbass, a group working with the separatists, discusses the need for Russian military support and that the Republic’s forces are not likely to withstand the ongoing fight with Ukrainian military by the May 11th referendum date, and that such a province-wide measure could not be held so long as Ukrainian forces remain in the region. In response, the voice said to be Barkashov insists that not cancellation or postponement can be allowed to take place, and that the results should be fabricated if need be. At first he suggests penning in a 99% vote in favor similar to the Crimean scenario, but then lowers the figure to a slightly less incredulous 89%. Barkashov then mentions that “everyone is keyed up, even [Chechen leader Ramzan] Kadyrov” and that he had written to Vladimir Putin concerning the events.

    Recall that the Donetsk Republic’s self-described “people’s governor” Pavel Gubarev is a former member of the neo#$%$ paramilitary group, but this new evidence would suggest his ties to the group are still strong. Gubarev has remained separatist leader in absentia since his arrest on March 6th.

    The below video contains English subtitles ...

  • ukrainianpolicyDOTcom/sbu-audio-links-donetsk-republic-to-russian-involvement/
    youtubeDOTcom/watch?v=J18RziLIl30&feature=youtu.be
    forbesDOTcom/sites/paulroderickgregory/2014/05/05/putins-human-rights-council-accidentally-posts-real-crimean-election-results-only-15-voted-for-annexation/
    khpgDOTorg/index.php?id=1399238176

  • Reply to

    ISR POPS CAN'T BE TRUSTED AND MUST BE SOLD

    by cavanyc May 6, 2014 10:27 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 6, 2014 5:00 PM Flag

    So how did you like that 2.52 support I mentioned earlier ? Get used to it, it is the new floor on this stock.

  • marsavian marsavian May 6, 2014 1:20 PM Flag

    I am not just talking hardware but software too.

  • marsavian marsavian May 6, 2014 12:52 PM Flag

    'It means, for example, that native code benchmarks are actually more important that we thought.'

    Shame for ARM when Intel leads on 64-bit Android that x86 will be the 'native' one ;-)

  • Reply to

    POS POP WILL NEVER HOLD GOOD TRADERS ARE DUMPING

    by cavanyc May 6, 2014 10:55 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 6, 2014 11:18 AM Flag

    Good traders will see the stock above ALL its moving averages on a day when there was NO PR released and realize the only direction this stock is going is UP !

  • Reply to

    AAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA POS NEVER HOLDS A POP

    by cavanyc May 6, 2014 10:31 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 6, 2014 10:43 AM Flag

    It's a technical breakout on *no* news and normal volume. Unless there is bad new the 'pop' will hold.

  • Reply to

    ISR POPS CAN'T BE TRUSTED AND MUST BE SOLD

    by cavanyc May 6, 2014 10:27 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 6, 2014 10:32 AM Flag

    Chart says you are screwed if you have not covered by now, 2.52 is now support.

  • Reply to

    So why is it going up?

    by charlesw1956 May 6, 2014 10:15 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 6, 2014 10:23 AM Flag

    Looks a technical breakout to me on low volume/no news which implies it will be a permanent change. The stock is above all its moving averages which peak in the 2.50s and now working its way through fixed resistance at 2.69 ± 0.1, type Single, strength 5.

  • Reply to

    Earnings should be out in next 2 weeks

    by pa1702 Apr 30, 2014 10:07 AM
    marsavian marsavian May 5, 2014 4:01 AM Flag

    Already done ...

    http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1001907/000151597112000406/astc10q093012.htm

    On August 3, 2012, the Company terminated John Porter, the Company’s former Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary. In a letter to the Company dated October 17, 2012, Mr. Porter demanded substantial monetary compensation totaling approximately $1.0 million from the Company as a result of his termination. The Company has not yet been served with a formal complaint. While the Company intends to vigorously defend any such actions by Mr. Porter, the Company recorded a liability at September 30, 2012 for its estimate of the probable loss in this matter.

  • marsavian marsavian May 2, 2014 3:43 AM Flag

    They found a few coins to put in the meter as the missing releases are now on yahoo headlines.

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