Hi Sage, Vas, Numpty, Long, et al. So much research recently, ( I have read ALL the posts, but to be truthful cannot keep up with all the links). Nonetheless, really interesting stuff, and thank you for all the hard work you guys/gal put into it. I maintain my belief that the area of investment is spot on, and that Cyan should pick up at least some of the business that they have been tendering for. There may, also, be some additional lines of business that we have not been made aware of, but are now in the mix. I have felt for some time, what has 'not' been said by Cyan recently, re; progress of tenders may prove to be far more significant than what little we have heard. JC is known to be a smart operator, (and provided he can keep the costs under control in the interim), he is not going to let the cat out of the bag and let anyone else know what he is doing and steal his thunder. However, what has really jumped off the page, in the last two days is the choice of venue for the AGM. I took a look at the web site for T.W. and they have many core areas of expertise and geographical reach that fit with our company. The energy sector, along with mergers and acquisition and offices in Asia to mention a few. You might like to take a look at the "India Group" and "Cleantech" headings on their site. This maybe just a coincidence, but does any one else feel this may have any bearing on the choice of venue? Good luck to all, we will know our fate soon enough! PS. Please excuse the 'smart' pun, quite unintentional. Oh no, "smart pun", there I go again!
Vas, cyan uses xap 16 bit processor. Not arm.
According to Intel.. Same as m2m... Amazing that Cyan was identified way back then as having something special...we no how long things take if you are ahead of the game....only today is M2M appearing in the press as an important part of our futures... Mind blowing stuff http://download.intel.com/newsroom/kits/embedded/pdfs/ECG_WhitePaper.pdf
Arm and Cyan
Looking at the ARM led conference on the 5th June and with the assumption that many home and work M2M connections will rely on a mobile phone / internet in the future. I have been trying to find a connection between Arm and Cyan, other than they are in Cambridge and are presenting on 5th June. I have, but it is old, very old ... 2002 and based on early investment funding " NIF Ventures' investment coincides with Cyan Technology's launch of eCOG1--a peripheral-rich, low-power, 16-bit flash microcontroller designed specifically to target the high-growth markets of embedded communications and embedded Internet". And " The Cambridge Gateway Fund, together with VC fund ET Capital, invested $2.1M in Cyan Technology's first-round funding in July 2000. Earlier in 2001, NIF Ventures injected $2.8M into Cambridge Gateway, to boost its fund to $50M. The two have previously co-invested in companies, including the Cambridge-based companies Antenova, the antenna specialist, and Advanced Rendering Technology, a world leader in 3D rendering technology. NIF Ventures Co. Ltd., Japan's second largest VC firm, uses its expertise to create and promote worldwide business opportunities for investors and entrepreneurs. The company is widely known for investing at an early stage and seeks, in particular, products and services that address large emerging markets. Examples of NIF Ventures' successful investments include ARM, Element14, and Virata. " Can anyone explain what is embedded internet? Has it been mentioned since? Sorry for so much cut and paste http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Cyan+Technology+Secures+Global+Second-Round+Funding%3B+Developer+of...-a082542739
Hi 1967, thanks very much for that... now you mention it the only invites I have received in the past are from those where I have certificates. I will contact broker next week.
Hi Numpty. You probably know this but just in case you do not the company will not be aware that you are a shareholder if you have bought your shares via a nominee account such as Barclays Stockbrokers (who I am with) as their records will simply show that Barclays Nominees hold shares. If this is the case you will need to contact your broker and ask them for evidence / proof of your holdings and for the applicable proxy forms etc.
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