try ringing the CEO or Trevor Wells.They are both very helpful and seem happy to talk.I suspect this will be a simple re-admission as GOS and may be timed to include trading figures for 6 months since we bought GOS from the administrators
My Personal Guess is September ish, but on the face of it, there is not all that much to do so August perhaps. But due to the holidays Sep looks the Month. Or from there onwards. Look out for the AIM Admission Document. When that comes out, it's time to rock!
If it's a simple GOS RTO of TGL - no prob. If they are acquiring another company ( just a guess ) at the same time, then this could take longer.
Remember: - the last investors into the last placing will be sure of a comeback, so don't let any scum on other boards let you question that!
Speculation of es early as September and as late as January 2016. I get the feeling that when newsflow starts things will happen pretty quickly. AND there is LOTS of news to come there in the pipeline.
"Palo Alto, CA - June 22, 2015 - D-Wave Systems Inc., the world's first quantum computing company, today announced that it has broken the 1000 qubit barrier, developing a processor about double the size of D-Wave’s previous generation and far exceeding the number of qubits ever developed by D-Wave or any other quantum effort. This is a major technological and scientific achievement that will allow significantly more complex computational problems to be solved than was possible on any previous quantum computer. ..." http://www.dwavesys.com/press-releases/d-wave-systems-breaks-1000-qubit-quantum-computing-barrier
"D-Wave smashes quantum computing record with 1,000 qubit system By Anthony Cuthbertson June 29, 2015 11:39 BST
Quantum computing company D-Wave Systems has unveiled the world's most powerful quantum computer processor, double the size of previous generations used in the ultra-powerful machines.
At 1,000 qubits, the new processor is capable of considering 21000 possibilities simultaneously. To give an idea of the size of such processing capabilities, this new search space considers more possibilities simultaneously than there are particles in the observable universe. ... "
Facts there HH. But I'm a firm believer that each company is unique and they make there own luck. To me it's pointless saying 16 out of 32 RTOs for 2014 went on to make triple figures rises once they became back from suspension. It's like a football stat man saying, WBA have won 9 times out of 10 at home to Aston Villa over the last 10 years, so it must be a clear indicator that WBA will win. Wrong! The past doesn't matter one squat in the here and now. It's about the WBA team of today here and now and the same is said of companies suspended going through a RTO. I am however in a better place knowing we bought a super car rather than a Mini Metro with regards to GOS. It makes such a difference being debt free and also a working Super car instead of possible Lemon. So the omens are good and that's what's going to count once we become trading again. I'm not 100% convinced about Cambridge yet, but that's my own opinion so it counts for nothing. Obviously I hope it works out and having both on board would send this flying. But for me it's about GOS and what we can make out of it.... Slightly concerned about what I read over on Adv. there was a piece about Khan by a guy who seemed well versed and reading the posts after him certainly seemed to upset a few peeps. Even so, GOS was and still is a cash generating company without iK interfering with proceedings. Why fix something that's not broke huh. Anyways, regardless of what the Adv board says, I think we will be ok with our pockets surely bulging once we begin trading again. Even if it is 6 months of waiting. I'm good with that.
Thanks HH for the info, appreciated the effort you took.
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