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Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen?

 
23.05.00 23:45
#1
Oder haben zur Zeit alle die Schnauze voll von der Nasdaq?

Ich rede von IBeam (Symobol IBEM). Hatte letzte Woche IPO. EInfach mal auf die Watchlist setzen, am Wochenende poste ich hierzu ausführlich.

Meinungen natürlich auch vorher willkommen.

Tierisch im Streß momentan, plötzlich wollen alle wieder Immobilien kaufen ...

Fluffy

Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? AktiOnNow
AktiOnNow:

HEUTE NICHT!!! *lach* o.T.

 
23.05.00 23:48
#2
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? storyhunter
storyhunter:

Nasdaq-Wert in Berlin.....

 
24.05.00 08:42
#3
Moin Fluffy,
ich habe mir das Blutbad noch nicht angeguckt, aber Hauptsache, du bist gut cash!!!!!
IBeam wird nun auch in Berlin gehandelt, WPKN 936712, allerdings noch keine großartigen Umsätze.
Wir behalten ihn im Auge und hoffen auf den richtigen Zeitpunkt.

Heute müde und lustlos
grüße
sh
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Hier die versprochenen IBeam-news

 
29.05.00 17:43
#4
 Press ReleaseiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation Announces Initial Public OfferingSUNNYVALE, CA, May 18, 2000 -- iBEAM Broadcasting® Corporation (NASDAQ: IBEM) today announced its initial public offering of 11.0 million shares of common stock at $10.00 per share.All of the shares were offered by the Company. The shares will be quoted on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “IBEM.” The offering was led by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and co-managed by Bear, Stearns & Co., J.P. Morgan & Co., and FleetBoston Robertson Stephens Inc. A copy of the final prospectus may be obtained from the offices of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The Company anticipates using net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including working capital and capital expenditures.About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media to large audiences with viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio. iBEAM's customers include media, technology and entertainment companies. For more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.Contacts: Angela JonesiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(408) 523-1622angela@ibeam.comiBEAM Broadcasting: The Streaming Media Network iBEAM Broadcasting’s proprietary network delivers streaming audio and video over the Internet. Our infrastructure helps us deliver content for a wide variety of companies who use streaming media to enhance their business. iBEAM’s network architecture resembles that of traditional broadcasting systems. Cable and broadcast television are distributed by satellite to a network of cable head-ends located in local areas. iBEAM™ uses satellites to broadcast streaming media to our “Internet head-ends” located in Internet Access Providers’ networks. The iBEAM Network™ combines the fidelity, scalability, and efficiency of traditional broadcast with the interactive power of the Internet. Features The iBEAM Network consists of three main components: Edge Network: Our MaxCaster™ servers in Access Providers’ networks around the world serve content as close to the end user as possible. Placing our servers at the “edge” of the Internet lets us bypass many of the problems that occur when content is served far from the end user. Broadcast Platform: iBEAM’s proprietary Broadcast Platform coordinates our extensive network of servers. iBEAM can determine the best place to serve content to the end user, provide real-time reporting on streaming broadcasts, and maintain and monitor our Edge Network. Satellite: We communicate with our MaxCaster™ servers by satellite. This lets us transmit information from a single source to multiple recipients simultaneously and more economically. Benefits The unique design of the iBEAM Network offers the following benefits: High-Fidelity Streams: The iBEAM Network delivers broadcast-quality video and CD-quality audio streams directly to the end user. Our network eliminates the problems that occur when data is lost as it travels across the Internet. Reliability: iBEAM ensures that users can connect to any stream we broadcast, and we make sure the transmission is not dropped during the middle of a program Massive Scale: The iBEAM Network can serve more than 300,000 simultaneous streams, and we will serve millions of streams in the future. This ensures access to the largest events and prime-time caliber webcasts.




Internet Broadcast Network Technology Will Help Improve AOL Members' Streaming Media Experience
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – March 8, 2000 – iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation®, an Internet broadcast network, announced today an agreement with America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company (NYSE: AOL) under which iBEAM will deploy its streaming media distribution network in the AOL network. iBEAM will utilize its Internet broadcast platform to deliver uninterrupted live streams directly into the AOL network, giving AOL's more than 21 million members direct access to streaming content through the iBEAM network. In addition, under the agreement, iBEAM will make guaranteed payments to AOL.

iBEAM's broadcast infrastructure is designed to bypass the packet loss and congestion sometimes associated with the Internet backbone to provide streaming content directly to AOL's member community and to visitors to its Web-based brands. iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is designed to deliver live and on-demand streaming media, which is fed via a hybrid satellite and fiber network to iBEAM media servers at the edges of the Internet.

          §  Press ReleaseiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation Announces Initial Public OfferingSUNNYVALE, CA, May 18, 2000 -- iBEAM Broadcasting® Corporation (NASDAQ: IBEM) today announced its initial public offering of 11.0 million shares of common stock at $10.00 per share.All of the shares were offered by the Company. The shares will be quoted on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “IBEM.” The offering was led by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and co-managed by Bear, Stearns & Co., J.P. Morgan & Co., and FleetBoston Robertson Stephens Inc. A copy of the final prospectus may be obtained from the offices of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The Company anticipates using net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including working capital and capital expenditures.About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media to large audiences with viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio. iBEAM's customers include media, technology and entertainment companies. For more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.Contacts: Angela JonesiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(408) 523-1622angela@ibeam.comiBEAM Broadcasting: The Streaming Media Network iBEAM Broadcasting’s proprietary network delivers streaming audio and video over the Internet. Our infrastructure helps us deliver content for a wide variety of companies who use streaming media to enhance their business. iBEAM’s network architecture resembles that of traditional broadcasting systems. Cable and broadcast television are distributed by satellite to a network of cable head-ends located in local areas. iBEAM™ uses satellites to broadcast streaming media to our “Internet head-ends” located in Internet Access Providers’ networks. The iBEAM Network™ combines the fidelity, scalability, and efficiency of traditional broadcast with the interactive power of the Internet. Features The iBEAM Network consists of three main components: Edge Network: Our MaxCaster™ servers in Access Providers’ networks around the world serve content as close to the end user as possible. Placing our servers at the “edge” of the Internet lets us bypass many of the problems that occur when content is served far from the end user. Broadcast Platform: iBEAM’s proprietary Broadcast Platform coordinates our extensive network of servers. iBEAM can determine the best place to serve content to the end user, provide real-time reporting on streaming broadcasts, and maintain and monitor our Edge Network. Satellite: We communicate with our MaxCaster™ servers by satellite. This lets us transmit information from a single source to multiple recipients simultaneously and more economically. Benefits The unique design of the iBEAM Network offers the following benefits: High-Fidelity Streams: The iBEAM Network delivers broadcast-quality video and CD-quality audio streams directly to the end user. Our network eliminates the problems that occur when data is lost as it travels across the Internet. Reliability: iBEAM ensures that users can connect to any stream we broadcast, and we make sure the transmission is not dropped during the middle of a program Massive Scale: The iBEAM Network can serve more than 300,000 simultaneous streams, and we will serve millions of streams in the future. This ensures access to the largest events and prime-time caliber webcasts.




Internet Broadcast Network Technology Will Help Improve AOL Members' Streaming Media Experience
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – March 8, 2000 – iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation®, an Internet broadcast network, announced today an agreement with America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company (NYSE: AOL) under which iBEAM will deploy its streaming media distribution network in the AOL network. iBEAM will utilize its Internet broadcast platform to deliver uninterrupted live streams directly into the AOL network, giving AOL's more than 21 million members direct access to streaming content through the iBEAM network. In addition, under the agreement, iBEAM will make guaranteed payments to AOL.

iBEAM's broadcast infrastructure is designed to bypass the packet loss and congestion sometimes associated with the Internet backbone to provide streaming content directly to AOL's member community and to visitors to its Web-based brands. iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is designed to deliver live and on-demand streaming media, which is fed via a hybrid satellite and fiber network to iBEAM media servers at the edges of the Internet.

          §  Press ReleaseiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation Announces Initial Public OfferingSUNNYVALE, CA, May 18, 2000 -- iBEAM Broadcasting® Corporation (NASDAQ: IBEM) today announced its initial public offering of 11.0 million shares of common stock at $10.00 per share.All of the shares were offered by the Company. The shares will be quoted on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “IBEM.” The offering was led by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and co-managed by Bear, Stearns & Co., J.P. Morgan & Co., and FleetBoston Robertson Stephens Inc. A copy of the final prospectus may be obtained from the offices of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The Company anticipates using net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including working capital and capital expenditures.About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media to large audiences with viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio. iBEAM's customers include media, technology and entertainment companies. For more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.Contacts: Angela JonesiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(408) 523-1622angela@ibeam.comiBEAM Broadcasting: The Streaming Media Network iBEAM Broadcasting’s proprietary network delivers streaming audio and video over the Internet. Our infrastructure helps us deliver content for a wide variety of companies who use streaming media to enhance their business. iBEAM’s network architecture resembles that of traditional broadcasting systems. Cable and broadcast television are distributed by satellite to a network of cable head-ends located in local areas. iBEAM™ uses satellites to broadcast streaming media to our “Internet head-ends” located in Internet Access Providers’ networks. The iBEAM Network™ combines the fidelity, scalability, and efficiency of traditional broadcast with the interactive power of the Internet. Features The iBEAM Network consists of three main components: Edge Network: Our MaxCaster™ servers in Access Providers’ networks around the world serve content as close to the end user as possible. Placing our servers at the “edge” of the Internet lets us bypass many of the problems that occur when content is served far from the end user. Broadcast Platform: iBEAM’s proprietary Broadcast Platform coordinates our extensive network of servers. iBEAM can determine the best place to serve content to the end user, provide real-time reporting on streaming broadcasts, and maintain and monitor our Edge Network. Satellite: We communicate with our MaxCaster™ servers by satellite. This lets us transmit information from a single source to multiple recipients simultaneously and more economically. Benefits The unique design of the iBEAM Network offers the following benefits: High-Fidelity Streams: The iBEAM Network delivers broadcast-quality video and CD-quality audio streams directly to the end user. Our network eliminates the problems that occur when data is lost as it travels across the Internet. Reliability: iBEAM ensures that users can connect to any stream we broadcast, and we make sure the transmission is not dropped during the middle of a program Massive Scale: The iBEAM Network can serve more than 300,000 simultaneous streams, and we will serve millions of streams in the future. This ensures access to the largest events and prime-time caliber webcasts.




Internet Broadcast Network Technology Will Help Improve AOL Members' Streaming Media Experience
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – March 8, 2000 – iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation®, an Internet broadcast network, announced today an agreement with America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company (NYSE: AOL) under which iBEAM will deploy its streaming media distribution network in the AOL network. iBEAM will utilize its Internet broadcast platform to deliver uninterrupted live streams directly into the AOL network, giving AOL's more than 21 million members direct access to streaming content through the iBEAM network. In addition, under the agreement, iBEAM will make guaranteed payments to AOL.

iBEAM's broadcast infrastructure is designed to bypass the packet loss and congestion sometimes associated with the Internet backbone to provide streaming content directly to AOL's member community and to visitors to its Web-based brands. iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is designed to deliver live and on-demand streaming media, which is fed via a hybrid satellite and fiber network to iBEAM media servers at the edges of the Internet.

Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Hier die versprochenen IBeam-news... mvT

 
29.05.00 17:45
#5
 Press ReleaseiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation Announces Initial Public OfferingSUNNYVALE, CA, May 18, 2000 -- iBEAM Broadcasting® Corporation (NASDAQ: IBEM) today announced its initial public offering of 11.0 million shares of common stock at $10.00 per share.All of the shares were offered by the Company. The shares will be quoted on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “IBEM.” The offering was led by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and co-managed by Bear, Stearns & Co., J.P. Morgan & Co., and FleetBoston Robertson Stephens Inc. A copy of the final prospectus may be obtained from the offices of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The Company anticipates using net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including working capital and capital expenditures.About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media to large audiences with viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio. iBEAM's customers include media, technology and entertainment companies. For more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.Contacts: Angela JonesiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(408) 523-1622angela@ibeam.comiBEAM Broadcasting: The Streaming Media Network iBEAM Broadcasting’s proprietary network delivers streaming audio and video over the Internet. Our infrastructure helps us deliver content for a wide variety of companies who use streaming media to enhance their business. iBEAM’s network architecture resembles that of traditional broadcasting systems. Cable and broadcast television are distributed by satellite to a network of cable head-ends located in local areas. iBEAM™ uses satellites to broadcast streaming media to our “Internet head-ends” located in Internet Access Providers’ networks. The iBEAM Network™ combines the fidelity, scalability, and efficiency of traditional broadcast with the interactive power of the Internet. Features The iBEAM Network consists of three main components: Edge Network: Our MaxCaster™ servers in Access Providers’ networks around the world serve content as close to the end user as possible. Placing our servers at the “edge” of the Internet lets us bypass many of the problems that occur when content is served far from the end user. Broadcast Platform: iBEAM’s proprietary Broadcast Platform coordinates our extensive network of servers. iBEAM can determine the best place to serve content to the end user, provide real-time reporting on streaming broadcasts, and maintain and monitor our Edge Network. Satellite: We communicate with our MaxCaster™ servers by satellite. This lets us transmit information from a single source to multiple recipients simultaneously and more economically. Benefits The unique design of the iBEAM Network offers the following benefits: High-Fidelity Streams: The iBEAM Network delivers broadcast-quality video and CD-quality audio streams directly to the end user. Our network eliminates the problems that occur when data is lost as it travels across the Internet. Reliability: iBEAM ensures that users can connect to any stream we broadcast, and we make sure the transmission is not dropped during the middle of a program Massive Scale: The iBEAM Network can serve more than 300,000 simultaneous streams, and we will serve millions of streams in the future. This ensures access to the largest events and prime-time caliber webcasts.




Internet Broadcast Network Technology Will Help Improve AOL Members' Streaming Media Experience
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – March 8, 2000 – iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation®, an Internet broadcast network, announced today an agreement with America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company (NYSE: AOL) under which iBEAM will deploy its streaming media distribution network in the AOL network. iBEAM will utilize its Internet broadcast platform to deliver uninterrupted live streams directly into the AOL network, giving AOL's more than 21 million members direct access to streaming content through the iBEAM network. In addition, under the agreement, iBEAM will make guaranteed payments to AOL.

iBEAM's broadcast infrastructure is designed to bypass the packet loss and congestion sometimes associated with the Internet backbone to provide streaming content directly to AOL's member community and to visitors to its Web-based brands. iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is designed to deliver live and on-demand streaming media, which is fed via a hybrid satellite and fiber network to iBEAM media servers at the edges of the Internet.

          §  Press ReleaseiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation Announces Initial Public OfferingSUNNYVALE, CA, May 18, 2000 -- iBEAM Broadcasting® Corporation (NASDAQ: IBEM) today announced its initial public offering of 11.0 million shares of common stock at $10.00 per share.All of the shares were offered by the Company. The shares will be quoted on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “IBEM.” The offering was led by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and co-managed by Bear, Stearns & Co., J.P. Morgan & Co., and FleetBoston Robertson Stephens Inc. A copy of the final prospectus may be obtained from the offices of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The Company anticipates using net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including working capital and capital expenditures.About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media to large audiences with viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio. iBEAM's customers include media, technology and entertainment companies. For more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.Contacts: Angela JonesiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(408) 523-1622angela@ibeam.comiBEAM Broadcasting: The Streaming Media Network iBEAM Broadcasting’s proprietary network delivers streaming audio and video over the Internet. Our infrastructure helps us deliver content for a wide variety of companies who use streaming media to enhance their business. iBEAM’s network architecture resembles that of traditional broadcasting systems. Cable and broadcast television are distributed by satellite to a network of cable head-ends located in local areas. iBEAM™ uses satellites to broadcast streaming media to our “Internet head-ends” located in Internet Access Providers’ networks. The iBEAM Network™ combines the fidelity, scalability, and efficiency of traditional broadcast with the interactive power of the Internet. Features The iBEAM Network consists of three main components: Edge Network: Our MaxCaster™ servers in Access Providers’ networks around the world serve content as close to the end user as possible. Placing our servers at the “edge” of the Internet lets us bypass many of the problems that occur when content is served far from the end user. Broadcast Platform: iBEAM’s proprietary Broadcast Platform coordinates our extensive network of servers. iBEAM can determine the best place to serve content to the end user, provide real-time reporting on streaming broadcasts, and maintain and monitor our Edge Network. Satellite: We communicate with our MaxCaster™ servers by satellite. This lets us transmit information from a single source to multiple recipients simultaneously and more economically. Benefits The unique design of the iBEAM Network offers the following benefits: High-Fidelity Streams: The iBEAM Network delivers broadcast-quality video and CD-quality audio streams directly to the end user. Our network eliminates the problems that occur when data is lost as it travels across the Internet. Reliability: iBEAM ensures that users can connect to any stream we broadcast, and we make sure the transmission is not dropped during the middle of a program Massive Scale: The iBEAM Network can serve more than 300,000 simultaneous streams, and we will serve millions of streams in the future. This ensures access to the largest events and prime-time caliber webcasts.




Internet Broadcast Network Technology Will Help Improve AOL Members' Streaming Media Experience
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – March 8, 2000 – iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation®, an Internet broadcast network, announced today an agreement with America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company (NYSE: AOL) under which iBEAM will deploy its streaming media distribution network in the AOL network. iBEAM will utilize its Internet broadcast platform to deliver uninterrupted live streams directly into the AOL network, giving AOL's more than 21 million members direct access to streaming content through the iBEAM network. In addition, under the agreement, iBEAM will make guaranteed payments to AOL.

iBEAM's broadcast infrastructure is designed to bypass the packet loss and congestion sometimes associated with the Internet backbone to provide streaming content directly to AOL's member community and to visitors to its Web-based brands. iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is designed to deliver live and on-demand streaming media, which is fed via a hybrid satellite and fiber network to iBEAM media servers at the edges of the Internet.

          §  Press ReleaseiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation Announces Initial Public OfferingSUNNYVALE, CA, May 18, 2000 -- iBEAM Broadcasting® Corporation (NASDAQ: IBEM) today announced its initial public offering of 11.0 million shares of common stock at $10.00 per share.All of the shares were offered by the Company. The shares will be quoted on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “IBEM.” The offering was led by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and co-managed by Bear, Stearns & Co., J.P. Morgan & Co., and FleetBoston Robertson Stephens Inc. A copy of the final prospectus may be obtained from the offices of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The Company anticipates using net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including working capital and capital expenditures.About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media to large audiences with viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio. iBEAM's customers include media, technology and entertainment companies. For more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.Contacts: Angela JonesiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(408) 523-1622angela@ibeam.comiBEAM Broadcasting: The Streaming Media Network iBEAM Broadcasting’s proprietary network delivers streaming audio and video over the Internet. Our infrastructure helps us deliver content for a wide variety of companies who use streaming media to enhance their business. iBEAM’s network architecture resembles that of traditional broadcasting systems. Cable and broadcast television are distributed by satellite to a network of cable head-ends located in local areas. iBEAM™ uses satellites to broadcast streaming media to our “Internet head-ends” located in Internet Access Providers’ networks. The iBEAM Network™ combines the fidelity, scalability, and efficiency of traditional broadcast with the interactive power of the Internet. Features The iBEAM Network consists of three main components: Edge Network: Our MaxCaster™ servers in Access Providers’ networks around the world serve content as close to the end user as possible. Placing our servers at the “edge” of the Internet lets us bypass many of the problems that occur when content is served far from the end user. Broadcast Platform: iBEAM’s proprietary Broadcast Platform coordinates our extensive network of servers. iBEAM can determine the best place to serve content to the end user, provide real-time reporting on streaming broadcasts, and maintain and monitor our Edge Network. Satellite: We communicate with our MaxCaster™ servers by satellite. This lets us transmit information from a single source to multiple recipients simultaneously and more economically. Benefits The unique design of the iBEAM Network offers the following benefits: High-Fidelity Streams: The iBEAM Network delivers broadcast-quality video and CD-quality audio streams directly to the end user. Our network eliminates the problems that occur when data is lost as it travels across the Internet. Reliability: iBEAM ensures that users can connect to any stream we broadcast, and we make sure the transmission is not dropped during the middle of a program Massive Scale: The iBEAM Network can serve more than 300,000 simultaneous streams, and we will serve millions of streams in the future. This ensures access to the largest events and prime-time caliber webcasts.




Internet Broadcast Network Technology Will Help Improve AOL Members' Streaming Media Experience
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – March 8, 2000 – iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation®, an Internet broadcast network, announced today an agreement with America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company (NYSE: AOL) under which iBEAM will deploy its streaming media distribution network in the AOL network. iBEAM will utilize its Internet broadcast platform to deliver uninterrupted live streams directly into the AOL network, giving AOL's more than 21 million members direct access to streaming content through the iBEAM network. In addition, under the agreement, iBEAM will make guaranteed payments to AOL.

iBEAM's broadcast infrastructure is designed to bypass the packet loss and congestion sometimes associated with the Internet backbone to provide streaming content directly to AOL's member community and to visitors to its Web-based brands. iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is designed to deliver live and on-demand streaming media, which is fed via a hybrid satellite and fiber network to iBEAM media servers at the edges of the Internet.

Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Hier die versprochenen IBeam-news... mehr folgt in Kürze

 
29.05.00 17:47
#6
 Press ReleaseiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation Announces Initial Public OfferingSUNNYVALE, CA, May 18, 2000 -- iBEAM Broadcasting® Corporation (NASDAQ: IBEM) today announced its initial public offering of 11.0 million shares of common stock at $10.00 per share.All of the shares were offered by the Company. The shares will be quoted on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “IBEM.” The offering was led by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and co-managed by Bear, Stearns & Co., J.P. Morgan & Co., and FleetBoston Robertson Stephens Inc. A copy of the final prospectus may be obtained from the offices of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The Company anticipates using net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including working capital and capital expenditures.About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media to large audiences with viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio. iBEAM's customers include media, technology and entertainment companies. For more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.Contacts: Angela JonesiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(408) 523-1622angela@ibeam.comiBEAM Broadcasting: The Streaming Media Network iBEAM Broadcasting’s proprietary network delivers streaming audio and video over the Internet. Our infrastructure helps us deliver content for a wide variety of companies who use streaming media to enhance their business. iBEAM’s network architecture resembles that of traditional broadcasting systems. Cable and broadcast television are distributed by satellite to a network of cable head-ends located in local areas. iBEAM™ uses satellites to broadcast streaming media to our “Internet head-ends” located in Internet Access Providers’ networks. The iBEAM Network™ combines the fidelity, scalability, and efficiency of traditional broadcast with the interactive power of the Internet. Features The iBEAM Network consists of three main components: Edge Network: Our MaxCaster™ servers in Access Providers’ networks around the world serve content as close to the end user as possible. Placing our servers at the “edge” of the Internet lets us bypass many of the problems that occur when content is served far from the end user. Broadcast Platform: iBEAM’s proprietary Broadcast Platform coordinates our extensive network of servers. iBEAM can determine the best place to serve content to the end user, provide real-time reporting on streaming broadcasts, and maintain and monitor our Edge Network. Satellite: We communicate with our MaxCaster™ servers by satellite. This lets us transmit information from a single source to multiple recipients simultaneously and more economically. Benefits The unique design of the iBEAM Network offers the following benefits: High-Fidelity Streams: The iBEAM Network delivers broadcast-quality video and CD-quality audio streams directly to the end user. Our network eliminates the problems that occur when data is lost as it travels across the Internet. Reliability: iBEAM ensures that users can connect to any stream we broadcast, and we make sure the transmission is not dropped during the middle of a program Massive Scale: The iBEAM Network can serve more than 300,000 simultaneous streams, and we will serve millions of streams in the future. This ensures access to the largest events and prime-time caliber webcasts.




Internet Broadcast Network Technology Will Help Improve AOL Members' Streaming Media Experience
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – March 8, 2000 – iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation®, an Internet broadcast network, announced today an agreement with America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company (NYSE: AOL) under which iBEAM will deploy its streaming media distribution network in the AOL network. iBEAM will utilize its Internet broadcast platform to deliver uninterrupted live streams directly into the AOL network, giving AOL's more than 21 million members direct access to streaming content through the iBEAM network. In addition, under the agreement, iBEAM will make guaranteed payments to AOL.

iBEAM's broadcast infrastructure is designed to bypass the packet loss and congestion sometimes associated with the Internet backbone to provide streaming content directly to AOL's member community and to visitors to its Web-based brands. iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is designed to deliver live and on-demand streaming media, which is fed via a hybrid satellite and fiber network to iBEAM media servers at the edges of the Internet.

          §  Press ReleaseiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation Announces Initial Public OfferingSUNNYVALE, CA, May 18, 2000 -- iBEAM Broadcasting® Corporation (NASDAQ: IBEM) today announced its initial public offering of 11.0 million shares of common stock at $10.00 per share.All of the shares were offered by the Company. The shares will be quoted on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “IBEM.” The offering was led by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and co-managed by Bear, Stearns & Co., J.P. Morgan & Co., and FleetBoston Robertson Stephens Inc. A copy of the final prospectus may be obtained from the offices of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The Company anticipates using net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including working capital and capital expenditures.About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media to large audiences with viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio. iBEAM's customers include media, technology and entertainment companies. For more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.Contacts: Angela JonesiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(408) 523-1622angela@ibeam.comiBEAM Broadcasting: The Streaming Media Network iBEAM Broadcasting’s proprietary network delivers streaming audio and video over the Internet. Our infrastructure helps us deliver content for a wide variety of companies who use streaming media to enhance their business. iBEAM’s network architecture resembles that of traditional broadcasting systems. Cable and broadcast television are distributed by satellite to a network of cable head-ends located in local areas. iBEAM™ uses satellites to broadcast streaming media to our “Internet head-ends” located in Internet Access Providers’ networks. The iBEAM Network™ combines the fidelity, scalability, and efficiency of traditional broadcast with the interactive power of the Internet. Features The iBEAM Network consists of three main components: Edge Network: Our MaxCaster™ servers in Access Providers’ networks around the world serve content as close to the end user as possible. Placing our servers at the “edge” of the Internet lets us bypass many of the problems that occur when content is served far from the end user. Broadcast Platform: iBEAM’s proprietary Broadcast Platform coordinates our extensive network of servers. iBEAM can determine the best place to serve content to the end user, provide real-time reporting on streaming broadcasts, and maintain and monitor our Edge Network. Satellite: We communicate with our MaxCaster™ servers by satellite. This lets us transmit information from a single source to multiple recipients simultaneously and more economically. Benefits The unique design of the iBEAM Network offers the following benefits: High-Fidelity Streams: The iBEAM Network delivers broadcast-quality video and CD-quality audio streams directly to the end user. Our network eliminates the problems that occur when data is lost as it travels across the Internet. Reliability: iBEAM ensures that users can connect to any stream we broadcast, and we make sure the transmission is not dropped during the middle of a program Massive Scale: The iBEAM Network can serve more than 300,000 simultaneous streams, and we will serve millions of streams in the future. This ensures access to the largest events and prime-time caliber webcasts.




Internet Broadcast Network Technology Will Help Improve AOL Members' Streaming Media Experience
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – March 8, 2000 – iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation®, an Internet broadcast network, announced today an agreement with America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company (NYSE: AOL) under which iBEAM will deploy its streaming media distribution network in the AOL network. iBEAM will utilize its Internet broadcast platform to deliver uninterrupted live streams directly into the AOL network, giving AOL's more than 21 million members direct access to streaming content through the iBEAM network. In addition, under the agreement, iBEAM will make guaranteed payments to AOL.

iBEAM's broadcast infrastructure is designed to bypass the packet loss and congestion sometimes associated with the Internet backbone to provide streaming content directly to AOL's member community and to visitors to its Web-based brands. iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is designed to deliver live and on-demand streaming media, which is fed via a hybrid satellite and fiber network to iBEAM media servers at the edges of the Internet.

          §  Press ReleaseiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation Announces Initial Public OfferingSUNNYVALE, CA, May 18, 2000 -- iBEAM Broadcasting® Corporation (NASDAQ: IBEM) today announced its initial public offering of 11.0 million shares of common stock at $10.00 per share.All of the shares were offered by the Company. The shares will be quoted on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “IBEM.” The offering was led by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and co-managed by Bear, Stearns & Co., J.P. Morgan & Co., and FleetBoston Robertson Stephens Inc. A copy of the final prospectus may be obtained from the offices of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The Company anticipates using net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including working capital and capital expenditures.About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media to large audiences with viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio. iBEAM's customers include media, technology and entertainment companies. For more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.Contacts: Angela JonesiBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(408) 523-1622angela@ibeam.comiBEAM Broadcasting: The Streaming Media Network iBEAM Broadcasting’s proprietary network delivers streaming audio and video over the Internet. Our infrastructure helps us deliver content for a wide variety of companies who use streaming media to enhance their business. iBEAM’s network architecture resembles that of traditional broadcasting systems. Cable and broadcast television are distributed by satellite to a network of cable head-ends located in local areas. iBEAM™ uses satellites to broadcast streaming media to our “Internet head-ends” located in Internet Access Providers’ networks. The iBEAM Network™ combines the fidelity, scalability, and efficiency of traditional broadcast with the interactive power of the Internet. Features The iBEAM Network consists of three main components: Edge Network: Our MaxCaster™ servers in Access Providers’ networks around the world serve content as close to the end user as possible. Placing our servers at the “edge” of the Internet lets us bypass many of the problems that occur when content is served far from the end user. Broadcast Platform: iBEAM’s proprietary Broadcast Platform coordinates our extensive network of servers. iBEAM can determine the best place to serve content to the end user, provide real-time reporting on streaming broadcasts, and maintain and monitor our Edge Network. Satellite: We communicate with our MaxCaster™ servers by satellite. This lets us transmit information from a single source to multiple recipients simultaneously and more economically. Benefits The unique design of the iBEAM Network offers the following benefits: High-Fidelity Streams: The iBEAM Network delivers broadcast-quality video and CD-quality audio streams directly to the end user. Our network eliminates the problems that occur when data is lost as it travels across the Internet. Reliability: iBEAM ensures that users can connect to any stream we broadcast, and we make sure the transmission is not dropped during the middle of a program Massive Scale: The iBEAM Network can serve more than 300,000 simultaneous streams, and we will serve millions of streams in the future. This ensures access to the largest events and prime-time caliber webcasts.




Internet Broadcast Network Technology Will Help Improve AOL Members' Streaming Media Experience
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – March 8, 2000 – iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation®, an Internet broadcast network, announced today an agreement with America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company (NYSE: AOL) under which iBEAM will deploy its streaming media distribution network in the AOL network. iBEAM will utilize its Internet broadcast platform to deliver uninterrupted live streams directly into the AOL network, giving AOL's more than 21 million members direct access to streaming content through the iBEAM network. In addition, under the agreement, iBEAM will make guaranteed payments to AOL.

iBEAM's broadcast infrastructure is designed to bypass the packet loss and congestion sometimes associated with the Internet backbone to provide streaming content directly to AOL's member community and to visitors to its Web-based brands. iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is designed to deliver live and on-demand streaming media, which is fed via a hybrid satellite and fiber network to iBEAM media servers at the edges of the Internet.

Der Ausgabepreis betrug 10$, letzter US-Kurs waren $10,86. Erstnotiz ca. 14$. Ich denk, ein Wert mit guten Aussichten. In Kürze mehr Infos. Meinungen erwünscht.

Fluffy

Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Entschuldigung, ist mehrfach der gleiche Text,

 
29.05.00 17:50
#7
da ging beim Formatieren was schief. ARIVA sagte 2x "Nachricht wird eingefügt" und ich war noch gar nicht fertig. Bitte nur den letzten der 3 Postings lesen! Sorry nochmal, auch für den falschen Filter !

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? fosca
fosca:

Meinst Du wirklich, dass 3* reicht Fluffy? o.T.

 
29.05.00 17:51
#8
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

@fosca : Ich sagte doch: sorry

 
29.05.00 18:42
#9
UTS-Fehler (User Too Stupid)

Aber ich hätte ja auch aus der gleichen Info 20 Threads machen können! Gell, Drogo :))  (Und DEN konnte ich mir nicht verkneifen...schön, dass wir zumindest den gleichen Humor haben Drogo!)

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

OK, ich hätte an Eurer Stelle auch keine Lust diesen Wirrwarr zu lesen...

 
30.05.00 18:21
#10
Aber da ich Technikgenie wohl noch rauskriege wie ich das Kopieren/Einfügen mache: Hat hier IRGENDJEMAND eine Meinung zu IBeam? Hallo? Ich werd hier jedenfalls nicht anfangen Selbstgespräche zu führen.

191 mal gelesen und keine (vernünftige) Stellungnahme?

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? eyron
eyron:

ok fluffy hier meine Stellungsnahme

 
30.05.00 19:30
#11
ich habe mir die homepage von ibeam angeschaut - recht weit mit streaming media im internet - wer das gleiche auf dem dt. markt sucht muß noch ein paar tage warten bis atVision (www.atvision.de) an die börse geht, die stecken / kommen grade aus ihren startlöchern.

was mir spontan zu dem thema "eTv" einfällt:

- eTV wird das TV nicht absetzen aber um vieles ergänzen
- zZ reichen die Bandbreiten für eine prof. nutzung noch nicht aus
- reicht aber um zB eine HV im WWW zu übertragen
- mit dem neuen mobilstandart wird ein großer schritt in diese richtung realisiert
- firmen/dienstleister die jetzt damit durchstarten sind die nummer eins

um zu sehen ob man ibeam kaufen sollte müßte man den mitbewerb unter die lupe nehmen. den us markt im bezug auf eTV kenne ich nicht gut genug.

wenn ich mehr infos habe melde ich mich.

eyron



Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Eyron lass Dich küssen! :)

 
30.05.00 19:49
#12
Will also doch noch jemand mit mir über IBeam diskutieren.

Zum US Markt eTV: Vereinzelt werden bereits Movies über eTV angeboten, ähnlich wie auf PayTV, nur günstiger. Nachteil: Die ganze Familie müsste sich um einen 17-21" Monitor drängeln, Kinoathmosphäre kommt so nicht auf.

Im Mittelpunkt steht sicherlich die "gewerbliche Nutzung", Werbeeinblendungen etc. bei Starten des I-Net Browsers ermöglichen Firmen einen komplett kostenlosen Internetzugang anzubieten, finanziert eben durch die Werbung.

Bedingung ist natürlich, dass die Streams nicht im Flaschenhals einer zu langsamen Datenübertragung hängenbleiben.

Da IBeam einer der First-Mover auf diesem Gebiet ist und die Aktie auch noch nicht so gelaufen ist sehe ich bei 10$ +/- 1$ eigentlich eine gute EInstiegsgelegenheit.

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? eyron
eyron:

bitte nicht - zurück zur ibeam:

 
31.05.00 11:26
#13
es gibt in den staaten wohl 10 anbieter die das gleiche machen wie ibeam. falls ich am wochenende zeit habe werde ich mal suchen und die infos ins board stellen. - aber mit einem neuen thread, damit wir nicht alle so viel zeit beim blättern brauchen.

bei atvision ist Mario Basler mitgesellschafter. so wie es aussieht ist atvision auf dem dt. markt ohne großen mitbewerb.

eyron
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Gestern +18% ! o.T.

 
01.06.00 15:08
#14
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Storyhunter, tust Du mir bitte einen Gefallen?

 
02.06.00 15:09
#15
Kannst Du hier nicht mal die News reinkopieren, die für den vorgestrigen Anstieg gesorgt haben, ich bin leider definitiv zu blöd das leserlich hinzubekommen, und so einen Textwust wie oben möchte ich den anderen nicht noch einmal antun!

Danke!

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? eyron
eyron:

Hier ein Link

 
02.06.00 15:44
#16
dir.yahoo.com/Business_and_Economy/...d_Wide_Web/Broadcasting/

Nicht alle - aber einige sind im Mitbewerb zu ibeam, ich hatte noch keine Zeit tiefer in die Geschichte einzutauchen. Aber vielleicht schaft es einer vor mir.

bis dahin eyron
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Heute +20% ... damit +60% seit meiner Empfehlung!

 
02.06.00 19:12
#17
Mich würde mal interessieren ob die hier jemand vom Board gekauft hat?

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Drogo
Drogo:

Ähheeemmm....

 
02.06.00 19:15
#18
60%...entspricht ja der Kurssteigerung von MYc seit meiner Empfehlung *G*...mal schauen was besser läuft.
Du stehst doch so auf Wetten...sollen wir?
Gruß
Drogo
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

@Drogo

 
02.06.00 19:42
#19
ABer Ibeam ist nicht erst um 80% gefallen. Tu mir einen Gefallen und lass MYC aus diesem Thread raus.

Und guck mal in Deine Mailbox!

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Drogo
Drogo:

O.k... o.T.

 
02.06.00 19:48
#20
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Hans Dampf
Hans Dampf:

Re: Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hi.

 
02.06.00 22:37
#21
iBEAM Broadcasting Teams With Excite@Home to Improve Broadband
    Experience; Excite@Home Will Provide iBEAM Direct Access Onto Its
                            Broadband Network

SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 31, 2000--iBEAM Broadcasting(R)
Corporation (Nasdaq:IBEM), an Internet Broadcast Network provider, and Excite@Home
(Nasdaq:ATHM), the leader in broadband, today announced that iBEAM will deploy its streaming
media serving equipment throughout Excite@Home's network to enhance the broadband content
experience. In addition to the deployment agreement, Excite@Home has made an equity
investment in iBEAM.

iBEAM will co-locate MaxCaster(TM) media serving systems, to distribute uninterrupted live and
on-demand streams directly into Excite@Home's 15,000-mile broadband network. iBEAM's
specialized broadcast infrastructure uses a combination of satellite and dedicated fiber to bypass
packet loss and bottlenecks that often plague the general Internet to provide high fidelity streaming
to Internet users.

"Partnering with Excite@Home brings us one very large step closer to building out our Internet
broadcast network," said Peter B. Desnoes, iBEAM president and CEO. "This agreement allows
us to place our high-fidelity streaming content on the largest broadband network in the country,
which helps us to reach the largest broadband customer base on the Internet with a high quality
product."

iBEAM's Internet broadcast network is optimized for delivery of live and on-demand streaming and
rich media content. The iBEAM(R) Network is designed to deliver video and audio streams via a

hybrid fiber and satellite platform to Access Providers, bringing content closer to end-users, thus
facilitating better performance. This network blends the beneficial aspects of traditional television
broadcast infrastructure, such as a dedicated fiber-optic acquisition network and satellite
broadcast, with the interactive capabilities of the Internet.

"iBEAM and Excite@Home are natural partners," said Mark O'Leary, executive vice president for
Excite@Home Business Solutions (EBS), the commercial division of Excite@Home. "Both
companies are intent on optimizing the Web experience by focusing on speedy, broadband services
and delivering the best broadband content experience to consumers."

Heute übrigens, wie nicht anders zu erwarten, erneut gut im Plus!

PS. Netergy(ehemals 8X8) + Exelon starten auch gerade vollkommen durch!

Gruß Dampf
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Die 100% sind seit gestern erreicht!

 
06.06.00 10:53
#22
Gestern wieder +25% auf knapp 20 US$. Schöne Entwicklung in nur 2 Wochen.

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Drogo
Drogo:

Glückwunsch Fluffy....

 
06.06.00 10:56
#23
sieht man gerne. Hätte mir auch ein paar zugelegt, aber Du kennst ja meine Depot"struktur"..

Gruß
Drogo
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Stimmt Drogo,

 
06.06.00 11:06
#24
ich hab schon gehört dass Deine Depotstruktur zur Zeit etwas "einseitig" ist.

Bin schon auf Freitag gespannt... :)

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Drogo
Drogo:

Ich nicht..*GGGG*...

 
06.06.00 11:22
#25
Allerdings sind wir ja gut gefahren mit MYC bsiher, oder ???

Das wird noch ganz heftig....

Gruß
Drogo
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? storyhunter
storyhunter:

IBeam, z.Zt. 25$, hoch 27$, war ein verdammt guter Tip FLUFFY!!! .

 
06.06.00 16:17
#26
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? storyhunter
storyhunter:

IBeam-Empfehlung v. 12.06.00 von RobertsonStephens:

 
15.06.00 12:22
#27
es lohnt den Wert im Auge zu behalten:
Quelle: www.robertsonstephens.com/


Robertson Stephens Daily Growth Stock Update on IBEM

   SAN FRANCISCO, June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by
Robertson Stephens, a member of the National Association of Securities
Dealers, CRD number 41271:

   INTERNET

   Initiating Coverage

   iBeam Broadcasting Corporation (Nasdaq: IBEM)
   Buy
   Rick Juarez, eCommerce Infrastructure Services
   "We are initiating coverage of iBeam with a Buy rating," said Juarez.  "We
   believe that the company's robust approach, solid growth trends, huge
   target market, and roster of strong strategic partnerships render it a
   premier Multimedia Distribution Network (MDN) that exemplifies the type of
   outsourced, highly integrated Virtual Bricks platforms that businesses are
   looking for to expand their Internet initiatives."

   Robertson Stephens maintains a market in the shares of iBeam Corporation
and was a managing or comanaging underwriter for or has privately placed
securities of iBeam Corporation within the past three years.
   
es geht voran
gruß storyhunter
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy
Fluffy:

Einstiegsgelegenheit erreicht: IBeam bei knapp 19 $

 
19.06.00 23:09
#28
Bei freundlicher Nasdaq sind m.E. die "alten" Höchststände von 27$ schnell wieder erreicht. Ich will hier ja nicht substanzlos rumpushen, aber IBeam hat alle Chancen ein ECHTER Highflyer zu werden.

Ausserdem wurde eine neue Kooperation bekanntgegeben:

SPEEDUS.COM and iBEAM Broadcasting Team Up to Deliver Streaming Media

NEW YORK, June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- SPEEDUS.COM, Inc. (Nasdaq: SPDE) today announced it has signed an agreement with
iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation(R) (Nasdaq: IBEM), a leading Internet Broadcast Network provider, to deliver high-fidelity
streaming audio and video.

Under the terms of the agreement, iBEAM will deploy its MaxCaster(TM) media serving system into SPEEDUS.COM's Network
Operations Center (NOC), enabling SPEEDUS.COM to deliver high-fidelity streaming media to its end-users. SPEEDUS.COM will
utilize its teleport downlink facility to deliver streaming content directly to the Company's Broadband Site that is currently under
development. By deploying the iBEAM solution, SPEEDUS.COM enables users to receive content directly from SPEEDUS.COM,
bypassing the congestion that can occur when content travels across the Internet backbone.

The SPEEDUS.COM Broadband Site is being designed for Internet users with a broadband connection wishing to view or listen to
entertaining broadband content that takes advantage of their high-speed connection. The Company has been streaming live and
pre-recorded expedition coverage of the SPEEDUS.COM sponsored Mount McKinley Expedition Team over the Internet from its
Broadband Beta Site, available through a link on the SPEED411(SM) Portal at www.speedus.com.

The expedition tested cutting edge wireless satellite streaming technology to transmit video back to the SPEEDUS.COM NOC in
Brooklyn, New York. Archived copies of all prior transmissions are also available at the site. Both high-speed and other Internet
users can access the site but high-speed users have had a dramatically better viewing experience. About SPEEDUS.COM

SPEEDUS.COM is an emerging facilities-based broadband and wireless super high-speed Internet company. The Company has
launched its SPEED411(SM) Portal to promote broadband high-speed Internet access on a nationwide basis. The Company's NOC
in the Brooklyn Army Terminal contains a data center with a Linux-based Internet gateway transmitter and a teleport facility with
satellite down links and fiber optic backbone. SPEEDUS.COM also provides standard direct dial-up and ISDN service, as well as
web hosting and e-mail.

Currently, the company is conducting a limited pilot program of its SPEED(SM) broadband Super High-Speed Internet service.
SPEED is delivered via 14 Internet Broadcast Stations operating under the Company's FCC license covering Metro New York. The
Internet broadcast signal is currently not available at all locations in the license area. A full marketing effort will not commence until
new LMDS equipment becomes commercially available with cost and performance that allow implementation of SPEED service on
an economically attractive basis.

In September 1999, the Company announced its equity investment in SPEEDIA, LLC, (www.speedia.com), a mobile Web to
wireless information and e-commerce service company. SPEEDUS.COM also explores additional incubation opportunities in
Internet and e-commerce companies. SPEEDUS.COM's NOC is a high-tech facility that can host new, cost-conscious Internet
startups that need Internet backbone connectivity and quick ramp-up capabilities.

For additional information on the Company and its services, please click Corporate Info at www.speedus.com or call
718-567-4300. About iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation

iBEAM Broadcasting Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., was founded by data communications, television, and
telecommunications professionals in 1998. iBEAM provides an Internet broadcast network that delivers streaming media with
viewing and listening quality that approaches television and radio, at lower cost than current Internet solutions and with the ability to
scale to serve large audiences of simultaneous users. iBEAM's customers include major media and entertainment companies. For
more information about iBEAM's broadcasting services, visit www.ibeam.com, or contact the company at 645 Almanor
Avenue, Suite 100, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, telephone 408-523-1600.

Statements contained herein that are not historical facts, including but not limited to statements about the Company's product,
corporate identity and focus, may be forward-looking statements that are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties. There are a
number of important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking
statements made by the Company, including, but not limited to, the continuing development of the Company's sales, marketing and
support efforts.

SPEEDUS.COM(SM), SPEED(SM), and SPEED411(SM) are service marks of SPEEDUS.COM, Inc.

/CONTACT: Thomas M. Finn of SPEEDUS.COM, Inc., 718-567-4398, or tfinn@speedus.com/

Bin superbullish für IBeam.

Fluffy
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? eyron
eyron:

Info aus StreamingMedia

 
22.06.00 09:45
#29
www.streamingmedia.com/newsletter.asp

hier könnt Ihr fast alles über streaming Media erfahren.

eyron


iBEAM Broadcasting (IBEM) took it on the chin, and lost over 22% (6 3/8). This substantive loss follows two very successful weeks for IBEM. In our last issue we noted that IBEM would be exiting their “quiet period” and that investors would be looking for coverage signals and price targets from the brokerage houses. Well those signals came and they just weren’t strong (i.e. “strong buy”) enough for IBEM to continue its skyward move. On Monday Bear Stearns, JP Morgan, Robertson Stephens and Kaufman Bros started IBEM solely at a “buy”. Morgan Stanley Dean Witter started IBEM at “Outperform”. I feel the investing public was looking for and counting on strong buy recommendations, and this disappointment coupled with the overall downtrend in the streaming sector and the recent huge run up in IBEM price allowed for such a strong negative retreat. On the positive side IBEM announced a slew of streaming media initiatives, probably the most important was the signing of over 150 Internet content providers to their service. Also worthy of mention is the news that IBEM and Engage have announced the availability of On-Target, a new online advertising service. The service allows providers to insert targeted video and audio ads into streamed content using Windows Media Format. The use of such ads are highly valued by sponsors because of their “locked in audience” as opposed to banner ads. If you want to see the stream you must sit through the ad. I would look for IBEM to recover from this setback.
Darf ich Euch auf einen interessanten jungen Nasdaq-Wert hinweisen? Fluffy

J.P. Morgan empfiehlt IBeam zum Kauf

 
#30
19.06.2000
                  iBEAM Broadcasting kaufen
                  J.P. Morgan


Die Analysten von J. P. Morgan raten zum Kauf der Aktie von iBEAM
Broadcasting Corp. (WKN 936712).

IBEAM, Anbieter von „streaming media“ Inhalten im Internet, sei einer der „first players“ in diesem Bereich und verfüge zudem über die niedrigste Kostenstruktur im Vergleich mit seinen Mitbewerbern.

IBEAM ist laut der Investment Bank aufgrund seiner Netzwerkarchitektur in der Lage jeden Internetbenutzer mit „streaming media“ zu erreichen.
Strategische Partnerschaften bestünden zudem mit America Online,
Exite@Home und Covad Communications.

Das Unternehme kooperiere ferner mit Pacific Century Cyberworks und
InterPacket, was für weiteres Aufwärtspotential sorgen dürfte.

Die Gewinnreihe für das Jahr 2000 liege bei -1.79 USD und bei -1.36 USD für das Jahr 2001. Die Analysten gehen davon aus, dass positive EBITDA nicht vor 2003 zu erwarten sei.

Das Kursziel auf  Sicht von 12 Monaten betrage 38 USD.  

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Fist Mover, niedrige Kostenstruktur, interessante Beteiligungen & Kooperationen.. was will man mehr. Das m.E. etwas konservative Kursziel von 38 $ wird (meiner bescheidenen Meinung nach) deutlich überschritten werden.

Seit kurzem übrigens auch in Deuzschland handelbar - allerdings kaum Umsätze und merkwürdige Kursstellungen.

Gruß
Fluffy


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