That's a pretty strong statement that commercial production will happen this time. Can't see any reason for a placement BtB. Costs are low and significant investment isn't needed to scale up. If anything consolidating the two facilities will reduce costs further.
RE: Apple hardware event March 8.10 Mar 2022 08:53
Yeah, people keep saying it but I can't imagine a use case that would get me involved. I've tried it - meh. Hope I'm wrong and NANO make a bathtub full of cash. I can see enhancements to existing uses being much more valuable - driving, cameras, health sensors, etc.
RE: Apple hardware event March 8.09 Mar 2022 09:47
Fair enough but it wasn't much of a suggestion. I was referring to an article on TechRadar. It was speculating on the word "Peek" and a floating Apple logo in the teaser clip. However, they said they were way out on the furthest edges of speculation and it was too soon to expect such an announcement. Mentioning it was just a bit of fun. It doesn't fit NANO's timeline so I didn't even bother with the link. My bad but storm in a teacup it would appear.
RE: Apple hardware event March 8.09 Mar 2022 07:14
Got to agree with Nanonano Feeks. Surely they would fall under 'other nanomaterials'.
Isn't this irrelavent anyway? We know NANO is contracted with STMicro to provide nano particles for SWIR sensors. Whether it's this generation or the next the company has provided timelines and stated that commercial supply contracts will materially affect the bottom line. We just have to see how that goes or wait for the company to change their guidance.
We can rage against it LLoL but it's standard business practice to make these awards regardless of company or sector and regardless of performance. Got to change the system not the company in this situation.
We'll get hand slapped for talking politics but I do want to apologise to you actually amerloque. This has reminded me that Russia came up here once before and I had a bit of a rant at you. It caught me at a bad time but there's no excuse for toxic behaviour on the Internet. For now let's just say respectfully I disagree about Biden. One would think that with the immense amount of time, effort and money the nastier elements on the right throw at trying to prove something they would have turned it up if it existed.
Samsung's business model is underhand. No doubt. The only corruption near the case itself though is Gilstrap's private stock holdings. However, as discussed when that story broke his record shows that he doesn't let it influence his work and there's no suggestion he owns any stock in companies connected one way or other to our trial.
Some people have worried that Samsung's recent investment in Texas might sway the minds of people connected to the case. I don't know about that but the recent cheimcal spill shows it might not all be positive PR over there.
RE: Ennismore reducing short position25 Feb 2022 08:03
Of course I'm aware of the situation between China and Taiwan. It's impossible not to be if you watch the news. It's just my opinion but I don't think China would attack because while Xi is a ruthless sociopath he has so far always behaved rationally. If I did think it were possible I would definitely sell up my IQE shares.