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worldavi1 1157 posts  |  Last Activity: 3 hours ago Member since: Dec 3, 2010
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  • worldavi1 worldavi1 Mar 24, 2015 9:47 AM Flag

    Having inventorship credit is something many people are overlooking, but means quite a bit for Netlist. Having this ruled by the court will be big for Netlist and they have more to gain in the future.

  • worldavi1 by worldavi1 Feb 23, 2015 6:52 PM Flag

    Some here say that Netlist has no interests with DDR4 , but yet, the Exhibit 3 of February 18 and communication between Netlist and Sandisk attornies shows that they do have some common interest.
    "4) Production of DDR4 related information - we have come to an impasse" this being stated by Steve Corr of Jones Day, in their process of discovery.

  • The information that was provided by Dr Lee to Diablow was information that was "in support" to a product being made for his (Netlist) own company. At the time, I believe that the last thing that was on Dr Lee's mind was...."Oh gee, this is groundbreaking solution, I need to go run and patent it, like right now!!!" NO ... he was concerned with solving an issue with their products completion. It had to get done. But now in the case of Diablow, being what arrogant simpletons they are, they felt that they had the "Holy Grail" given to them and their overwhelming need for self gratification led them to patent this idea on their own. If they had any ounce of self respect and adherence to ages old wisdom, they would have notified Netlist and said "hey guys, this is a great idea, since we are partnering on this project, lets file a joint patent application and make this BIG." There is something in life that you don't see spelled out in law books or the laws themselves, and that is something to do with having a positive attitude, joining synergies, and creating a atmosphere of cooperation between 2 parties that ultimately can bring extreme success in the venture. When people in this type of situation start to think only of ME ME ME, then problems will start. Its unfortunate, but companies like Diablow and their leader Badalone, are the reason WHY we have such complex laws on the books. There are always a certain element in business that will always try to game the system, and do things in an underhanded way......because they themselves are overly jealous of people who make it legitimately by hard study and hours of work. That's what this case is truly about.

  • " In September 2008, less than one week after signing the Supply Agreement, Diablo filed a patent application with the U.S. PTO. This patent application included technical information and ideas arising from the HyperCloud® project for Netlist, but did not identify Netlist’s Dr. Hyun Lee as an inventor. 1 It is this “patent activity” on the part of Diablo that was the subject of the parties’ dispute."
    As a result, Diablo’s own product — ULLtraDIMM — was able to leapfrog into the market via early qualification lock-ins with at least IBM, Supermicro, and Huawei. Despite Netlist’s longstanding business relationship supplying memory products to IBM, IBM decided to forego Netlist’s NVvault ® and instead chose to partner with Diablo on ULLtraDIMM.
    • Toshiba and Samsung — potential game-changing computer partners for Netlist —terminated ongoing meetings due to confusion and suspicion arising directly from Diablo’smisappropriation of Netlist’s Trade Secrets and their incorporation into ULLtraDIMM, and Diablo’s statements regarding its alleged ownership of these technologies."

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Does anybody know Diablo's financial status?

    by nw1962 Feb 23, 2015 9:19 AM
    worldavi1 worldavi1 Feb 23, 2015 3:58 PM Flag

    This trial is not about "what Diablow can provide to NLST" WHY even think about that? We want Sandisk not to deal with Diablo and deal directly with Netlist. That means by far more. And it will force Sandisk to license with NLST, as well as other players. A settlement in this case is just an "easy" way out.

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    The Memory Channel quandry

    by worldavi1 Mar 12, 2015 11:53 AM
    worldavi1 worldavi1 Mar 12, 2015 12:26 PM Flag

    Nowadays, doing good business and being a strong force, is really intertwined with good strong healthy partnerships with other partner companies. Especially in certain "high tech" fields. Its different for business models or products like say "5 hour Energy" where the product is just a hit being what it is. Diablow screwed it up, and there can be no argument with that. And Pippy, your personality and the way you conduct "yourself" here is just a glimpse into what type of partner you would make in business as well. You would go the route of Diablow and Badalone its clear to see that. If you put Hong side by side with Badalone, there would be no question of which individual has the stronger work ethic and moral fortitude to be a good partner.

  • worldavi1 by worldavi1 Apr 14, 2015 12:18 PM Flag

    to all the longs and the partial believers who let it be known to those several loser bashers on this board, just how big of a waste they really are. In fact, I think they are actually here on this board because they have such low self esteem, they actually enjoy when people here really speak the truth about them and make them feel miserable about their lives. It makes them feel good and they think they are contributing in a positive way for the good of humanity. They are really the jesters in our court.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Well Done CEO Hong

    by db_ill_investr Apr 28, 2015 8:58 AM
    worldavi1 worldavi1 Apr 28, 2015 9:48 AM Flag

    Just wondering if these idiots are still thinking Hong is a liar? It much easier to set on the side lines and critique than to be out there actually trying to succeed.

  • Reply to

    Diablo Opening Brief Rejected by Appeals Court

    by nswcpc Feb 6, 2015 2:00 PM
    worldavi1 worldavi1 Feb 6, 2015 2:14 PM Flag

    See what happens when they let Pippy submit it....probably had Jism help

  • So...this is the actual Chinese company that makes the Diablow DT3233AA buffer chips. Likely, They dropship directly to Sandisk from China, or to the plant which is actually assembling the UltraDimm. Ok question....really there is NO one that can verify just how many of these UltraDimms have been assembled "outside" the USA, and are "still" being shipped to this day. Wow....I smell such a scam that can be played out here. No wonder Diablow's offices looked like they had nothing in the building. Cause it is just that.....

  • worldavi1 by worldavi1 Feb 24, 2015 11:41 AM Flag

    Well this is what happened to it, as stated in the brief filed yesterday to the court...."For instance, Diablo’s actions caused the following harm to Netlist::
    • The development and market entry of Netlist’s nascent HyperVault and NVvault® products — both targeted for production in 2015 —have been severely hampered by Diablo’s actions. Indeed, HyperVault and NVvault
    ® were essentially stopped from entering the marketplace and gaining a foothold by Diablo’s introduction of the directly-competing ULLtraDIMM, which usurped market opportunities and created extensive confusion over ownership of the underlying technologies."
    Folks...this is what the current court case is all about.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Jury deliberations started today 2:41pm

    by czuckrey Mar 23, 2015 7:59 PM
    worldavi1 worldavi1 Mar 23, 2015 11:41 PM Flag

    And then Pippy will proceed rapidly to the closet to change his underwear.!

  • worldavi1 worldavi1 Mar 19, 2015 7:16 PM Flag

    HUGE LATE SELLOFF.....really?? Stock volume for the day 200-300,000 shares LESS than the average daily volume. John you are a loser.

  • worldavi1 by worldavi1 Apr 3, 2015 4:59 PM Flag

    If you guys still dont get the understanding, the Judge did not rule on the JMOL because 1st : She thought very strongly that Netlist would likely prevail with the jury, AS evidenced by her issuance of a Preliminary Injunction. With that understanding in place,....(everybody follow that? got it?? ) by allowing the trial to continue Diablo would be forced to introduce all the evidence that they had, as well as eliminate any later claim, (in appeals) that Diablo did not have a chance to present their evidence. So...therefore....Diablo got the chance to present all their evidence and cannot introduce any further evidence. Now...the Judge if she choose's to issue a judgement as matter of law (JMOL)... Diablo can then appeal to the Circuit Court of Appeals but cannot introduce any new evidence because it was supposed to have been presented during the trial. By not immediately ruling on the JMOL for Netlist....she effectively forced Diablo to reveal all its evidence during the trial.....than giving them an opportunity later to reveal evidence to the Appeals court.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    HyperCloud

    by cherk_on Feb 8, 2015 9:27 AM
    worldavi1 worldavi1 Feb 8, 2015 3:45 PM Flag

    Puppy keeps saying "Fb-dimms been out for aged before hc.nothing new here at all." Well why don't you address which type you are talking about? Intel original came up with FB-DIMM.....using a centralized buffer....but Netlist has the distributed buffer....they own it....so stop lying or trying to imply that Netlist has nothing. You only look foolish....keep trying to make a useless argument.

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    HyperCloud

    by cherk_on Feb 8, 2015 9:27 AM
    worldavi1 worldavi1 Feb 8, 2015 10:11 AM Flag

    200% right about the DDR4 LRDIMM ....sit back and collect multi revenue stream, from billions $ of product sales. LRDIMM is superior to RDIMM

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    latest two docs - contract ambiguity

    by buffalojoe689 Mar 3, 2015 7:40 AM
    worldavi1 worldavi1 Mar 3, 2015 9:24 AM Flag

    The judge would be sticking her foot in her mouth if she makes any rulings otherwise. There is no likely way that she would rule against the contract, as she has already committed herself professionally by issuing the preliminary injunction. In making her decision which resulted in the order for the preliminary injunction, she likely did her DD and study of all the facts of the case. So, from what she has seen, she knows with out a doubt that Diablow is wrong and the TRIAL is just a mere formality, which will put a so called "stamp of approval" on the preliminary injunction. Like everyone has said, it is difficult to get a preliminary injunction from the court, UNLESS the evidence is overwhelmingly and convincing to a reasonable mind. And in this case Netlist proved that here.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • worldavi1 by worldavi1 Feb 5, 2015 11:20 AM Flag

    try and understand why the stock price keeps going up? gee I cant figure this out....maybe Hong is gonna dilute me....Oh..wait...I think Badalone is feverishly buying NLST shares...he figures since the company is going down, he might as well make some money on a sure bet.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • worldavi1 by worldavi1 Feb 13, 2015 11:44 PM Flag

    this was from a promo review article in TweakTown " ULLtraDIMMs distributed architecture exploits parallelism for performance advantages" ......and they actually attribute this "distributed architecture" to Diablo and the partnership they had with Sandisk in developing this UlltraDIMM product. When they mention this architecture, they are surely referring to what Netlist holds the patent for "distributed buffer architecture".

  • worldavi1 by worldavi1 Mar 24, 2015 12:06 PM Flag

    Any stock will bounce extremely on news like what we will see here today. No one here is saying that the stock is gonna trade on an extended daily basis in the range of 6-8 dollars. Myself, I believe the stock will hit those levels and then pull back after reality sets in, unless there is a rapid fire release of positive accomplishments. The DDR4 LRDIMM market is huge, but how much NLST can gain in revenues from license fee's still is unknown. 200 Million in revenues from what? is still unknown but if it is from licensing deals, that means less expenses to produce that revenue, with a low number of shares outstanding, can translate into bottom line profits. There are limits put on those Fortress agreements and they were recently revised. Those revisions will be revealed this Friday also....And that was already mentioned by Hong that it would put Netlist into a stronger financial position. I think that Hong is very conscious of where the stock price is at....and where he wants it to go to. Its just that all the noise leading up to today's decision, restrained him and the company from really moving forward. I see this as a 5 year battle that occurred which took quite a bit of wind from the
    company sails.....

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