finesand Monday, 03/04/19 01:48:31 PM Re: None Post # of 630 Quote:What do they really have? A RISC based multi-core MIMD (Multiple Instructions Multiple Data). They attach many RISC CPU cores to memory for 'in place' fast processing w/o transport delays. So their IP qualifies for all kind of applications: Intelligent NIC (network interface cards) and any processing of data coming directly from DMA attached devices into memory. The RISC CPU cores also allow convenient toolchain usage (GNU Compiler Collection etc) similar to today's GPUs (think OpenCL). Maybe MOSY should add an OpenCL driver to their support packages? They should. Very valuable IMHO https://patents.justia.com/assignee/mosys-inc If you do a 6x EBITDA (FCF) you end up at around 60c per fully diluted share. Oh well. New deals required to break $1. ^^ courtesy of SeaOfSand I don't know, sure it is cheap - traded on fear? 180 day extension coming up, company is compliant in all other continuous listing requirements.