OpenAI buys $51 Million of AI Chips from a startup....
AI will speed a lot of things up.....
Most companies are not using AI yet.....that will change very, very fast....
( no real idea what Rain.ai is doing, tbh)
Thanks KCC. Good information to know, and that it was Zyskind that made that comment about few ounces of wine volume could make 10k modulators.
Also nice to hear that their material is very stable in terms of shelf life (even when exposed open air), and that it can be stored in various secure sites for use by customers when needed.
While it doesn't take long to synthesize, I know it takes a butt load of work to create new versions of Perk from I to now VI (6). Looking forward to the unfolding future by Lightwave Logic, as well as Dr. Lebby's leadership across the photonic ecosystem to.
Glad you noticed. Yes that was an off the cuff, quick question in order to test Lebby’s reaction. He handled it well enough and glad to hear internally that the quantity (from a material supply standpoint) isn’t an issue whatsoever.
10,000 modulators is nothing for a foundry either. That’s 2,500 PIC chips with 4 modulators per chip. The 2024 SOM is about 35,000 modulators.
I now believe one of these upcoming license deals is going to be with a foundry.
It was at the May 2022 meeting when I was chatting with Zyskind and I asked how many modulators could the remaining wine in my glass be used for. He smiled and guessed 10,000 at least.
To your last question…yes the material can be stored/shipped where ever safely and be used when needed.
There’s information floating around in a 2020/2021 white paper that mentioned COVID caused a many month delay in a device production/experiment and once the lab reopened, they took Perkinamine that was sitting out in the air for months, put it into a device, and kept the experiment going with no issues with the material.
It really doesn’t take too long to synthesize the material. I followed the recipe for another EO polymer and step by step from scratch was ~50ish hours maybe. But with a production line you can get it down to a fraction of that when you have a stockpile of the various compounds and don’t need to start from scratch every time. Just keep it rolling.
Moving away from the squabbles of the board, Candy was I believe the best comedy actor in history. Farley tried to run or waddle in his footsteps but was not even close.
Hah then, when I (LH) stole that cow, I heard you were making it with the cow. 🤣
Lee Harvey may be in the 10 ten characters of all time.
RIP John Candy
KCC, I noticed that question you asked for Benzinga on whether Lightwave could source enough material for 10k modulators.
Of course, Dr. Lebby said sure we can take care of that from our existing plant.
As you first said maybe after the 2021 ASM, one of the Directors said when asked about how much polymer material is needed, that what is in your glass of wine can probably produce 10,000 modulators.
Were you just seeing how Dr. Lebby would answer such a question "live"? To show there isn't any source issues for the first orders (2024)? I imagine they can already make gallons of the stuff and enough for a number of millions of modulators if needed.
What I am curious about is whether they can produce the material (dry) in a way to seal it safely in some small containers (a powder) and store it at a number of secure off-site places for future orders. That way it would provide redundancy security for the chip makers and Tier-1s who want the final product. This is business 101 (risk management; product security). thanks
Hey Punkin…this is your guy from that thing.
Proto, a fantastic line.
Wait, I thought Scope08 was Lee Harvey?
Who's on First? (Abbott and Costello). You 🤡
Bucchi did not bring in Fred and frankly I’m not sure what Bucchi has contributed. I think he should be replaced since this has gotten a lot bigger than what a small banker/consultant can handle.
I know he had a batch of options expiring this year. This is probably related.
Being on a BOD might be the best job in the country. Do basically zero and get paid for it. Hats off to him. I believe he brought in Fred Leonberger to the mix. Maybe KCC,Love,or X have some info on that. Were they neighbors in Conn.?
Bon Voyage Theodore. Just know everyone is entitled to their opinion here or just about anywhere else. What is the next stock you are going to bash and short?
Thanks for the props DOA. Amazing what a little communication from the CEO can do. Price had to crash before Lebby put a pen to paper. Don't post as much as I used to. Busy with kids activities. Plus if you question the leadership progress or lack of you get labeled a short. Just because you disagree with your wife at times doesn't mean you want a divorce. I been here since Fred was working out of his parents garage and helped fund where they are today. Far from being a short but will voice my opinion especially when we go 7 months with a progress update.
I've no respect for his 18 months of "mistakes", but I can let it lie....and I wish him well in life, from a human standpoint.
walterc had what I think is a great suggestion. Putting the co-conspirators on ignore, which was referenced in TP's last post. I'm considering that, as well as a few others, and I think all here should think about doing the same.
I also suggest we all evaluate our purpose, conduct, and decorum here, and make adjustments if necessary.
Let's get back to an open and productive exchange of information and opinions in what should be a very interesting upcoming year for those owning LWLG stock.
Lebby said, Could You Afford To Live Without This Polymer Technology?
NO!!!! ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!!!
Lebby also said the Foundries could handle 10,000 Modulators...
and then he added >>> "AND A LOT MORE"!!!!
Funny post Oswald.