Upgrade auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T.

Beiträge: 12
Zugriffe: 587 / Heute: 1
Emprise kein aktueller Kurs verfügbar
 
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. 1795n
1795n:

Upgrade auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T.

 
25.02.00 10:36
#1
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. Blechi
Blechi:

Hintergrundinfo / nich besonders neu aber immerhin

 
25.02.00 13:42
#2
IT-Dienstleister Emprise beteiligt sich an US-Unternehmen Upgrade

      HAMBURG (dpa-AFX) - Die Emprise Management Consulting AG  hat sich
  am IT-Unternehmen Upgrade International Corp.  (Blaine/Washington)
  beteiligt. Emprise steht zudem ein Sitz im Kontrollgremium der amerikanischen
  Firma zu. Dies teilte das Hamburger Unternehmen am Montag mit.



      Upgrade hat den Emprise-Angaben zufolge eine Technologie entwickelt, mit der
  es möglich ist, auf einer Kreditkarte bis zu fünf Megabyte Daten zu speichern.
  Herkömmliche Kreditkarten ermöglichen die Speicherung von bis zu 256 Bytes.



      Upgrade plant im nächsten Jahr den Börsengang an der Nasdaq in New York.
  Laut Gerd Nicklisch, Vorstandssprecher der Emprise Management Consulting,
  die seit dem 16. Juli am Neuen Markt notiert ist, will seine Firma die Karte
  unter anderem für Sicherheitslösungen, für den sicheren Zahlungsverkehr im
  Internet sowie für neue Anwendungsgebiete einsetzen.
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. Kalahari
Kalahari:

Überlegung

 
25.02.00 14:10
#3
Bin am überlegen, ob ich für heute Nachmittag nicht eine Kauforder bei 33 Euro reinsetze, so wie der Kurs gerade rauf und runter springt. Wenn Upgrade an der Nasdaq wieder mies eröffnet, geht's kurzfristig wieder runter und man kommt nochmal billig rein.

Gruß,
kalahari
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. Blechi
Blechi:

Taktik

 
25.02.00 14:31
#4
Auf diese Weise kannst du echt Glück haben. Die s...-egal Taktik zieht am besten. Warum versuchen die Dinger um jeden Preis zu bekommen; man sollte ruhig ein bißchen knausern.
Hab leider im Moment kein Cash, sonst würd ichs auch versuchen.
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. Airgame
Airgame:

Re: Upgrade auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ??

 
25.02.00 14:35
#5
ich bin auch rein gegangen und bin am überlegen ob ich noch was reinlegen soll! denkt ihr sie haben noch viel potential? also ich habe was von einen vertrag mit visa gehört! und eigentlich sollte der gestern rauskommen!!

aber ich steig glaub auch nochmal ein!
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. 1795n
1795n:

Re: Upgrade auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ??

 
25.02.00 14:38
#6
Ich habe 1000 zu 38,50 bekommen und ich denke ich kann sie Montag bei 45-50
verkaufe, sie gehen ja in März in den Nasdag. Gruß Vicki
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. 1795n
1795n:

Re: Upgrade auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ??

 
25.02.00 14:39
#7
Ich habe 1000 zu 38,50 bekommen und ich denke ich kann sie Montag bei 45-50
verkaufen ,  sie gehen ja im März in den Nasdag. Gruß Vicki
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. Buddha
Buddha:

Re: Upgrade auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T.

 
26.02.00 14:01
#8
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. Buddha
Buddha:

Hab gerade ein paar nicht so nette Infos zu Upgrade gefunden ....

 
26.02.00 14:03
#9
Weiß nicht genau was davon zu halten ist, macht Euch am besten selbst ein Bild....




  Article for Upgrade Intl Corp  (OTC BB:UPGD) 3:23 PM  

     most recent headlines next article:  





      HAGENS BERMAN FILES CLASS ACTION SUIT AGAINST UPGRADE INTERNATIONAL, INC. FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE FEDERAL SECURITIES LAWS  
       FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2000 3:23 PM
- PRNewswire

SEATTLE, Feb 25, 2000 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- A class action has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington on behalf of all purchases of Upgrade International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: UPGD) ("Upgrade") common stock during the period November 29, 1999 through February 24, 2000 (the "Class Period").

The complaint charges Upgrade with violations of the federal securities laws. Specifically, plaintiffs have brought claims under sections 10(b) and 20 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

Specifically, the complaint alleges that Upgrade's positive statements concerning Upgrade's licensure of the Keepered Media technology from Ampex, the abilities of Upgrade's UltraCard, Upgrade's listing status with Nasdaq, and Upgrade's reporting status with the SEC were materially false and misleading because, at the time Upgrade issued them, and that defendants knew, or were reckless in not knowing, the following adverse information:

   a.   That the Keepered Media technology had never been proven to work on a
        credit card type format;

   b.   That Ampex, the owner of Keepered Media technology, had

        discontinued its use as it was too costly for commercial
        manufacturing and did not believe the technology had any material
        value;

   c.   That the value of Keepered Media technology was so insignificant, its
        value was not even recorded as an asset on Ampex's financial
        statements;

   d.   That Upgrade had not applied for Nasdaq National Market System
        listing;

   e.   That the UltraCard had not been proven to store 20,000 times the
        storage capacity of magnetic strip cards;

   f.   That Keepered Media technology had only proven to work on hard drive
        disks and was financially unfeasible to produce;

   g.   That despite its license of Keepered Media technology, Upgrade would
        not have a product to sell, lease or license until the year 2001; and

   h.   That there was no reasonable basis for claiming that Upgrade would be
        an SEC reporting company by February 24, 2000, as its auditors had
        not even completed Upgrade's audit.

By issuing these allegedly false and misleading statements, defendants artificially inflated Upgrade's stock price from $10-1/2 on 11/29/99 to a Class Period high of $82-1/2 in January 2000, resulting in market capitalization of well over $1 billion, before the true facts about Upgrade's troubled operations and false statements concerning Upgrade's product development efforts were revealed.

Plaintiff seeks to recover damages on behalf of all purchasers of Upgrade common stock during the Class Period (the "Class"). The plaintiff is represented by Hagens Berman, LLP which has concentrated its practice in the field of class action and multi-plaintiff litigation, representing plaintiffs in numerous securities and investment fraud actions throughout the country. Hagens Berman, LLP has been appointed lead or co-lead counsel on behalf of defrauded investors in numerous complex financial cases, and has been responsible for many large recoveries which, in the aggregate, total more than $1 Billion.

If you are a member of the Class described above, you may, no later than 60 days from today, move the Court to serve as lead plaintiff of the Class, if you so choose. In order to serve as lead plaintiff, however, you must meet certain legal requirements. If you wish to discuss this action or have any questions concerning this notice or your rights or interests, please contact plaintiffs' counsel, Steve W. Berman or Karl P. Barth at Hagens Berman, P.S. at 206-623-7292 or toll-free at 888-381-2889 or via e-mail at Karl@Hagens-Berman.com.

SOURCE Hagens Berman. P.S.

(C) 2000 PR Newswire.  All rights reserved.
www.prnewswire.com
-0-
CONTACT:       Steve W. Berman or Karl P. Barth of Hagens Berman, P.S.,
              206-623-7292, or 888-381-2889, or Karl@Hagens-Berman.com
              (UPGD)


GEOGRAPHY:     Washington

INDUSTRY CODE: CPR

SUBJECT CODE:  LAW



   

 UPGD
 40 1/8  -6 5/8  

  RELATED SYMBOLS

 AXC
 3 13/16  -1/4  



   Enter Symbol:
 


   Enter Keyword:
 



      News Provided By COMTEX

 
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. Ich bin da
Ich bin da:

Re: Upgrade auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ??

 
27.02.00 18:25
#10
Habe hier etwas gefunden, verstehe nur zu wenig.
Wer kann das kurz übersetzen ?

Hagens Berman Files Class Action Suit Against Upgrade International, Inc. For Violations of
        the Federal Securities Laws

        PR Newswire
        Friday February 25 3:23pm

        SEATTLE, Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- A class action has been commenced in the United States District
        Court for the Western District of Washington on behalf of all purchases of Upgrade International, Inc.
        (OTC Bulletin Board: UPGD) ("Upgrade") common stock during the period November 29, 1999
        through February 24, 2000 (the "Class Period").

        The complaint charges Upgrade with violations of the federal securities laws. Specifically, plaintiffs have
        brought claims under sections 10(b) and 20 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

        Specifically, the complaint alleges that Upgrade's positive statements concerning Upgrade's licensure of
        the Keepered Media technology from Ampex, the abilities of Upgrade's UltraCard, Upgrade's listing
        status with Nasdaq, and Upgrade's reporting status with the SEC were materially false and misleading
        because, at the time Upgrade issued them, and that defendants knew, or were reckless in not knowing,
        the following adverse information:

            a.   That the Keepered Media technology had never been proven to work on a
                 credit card type format;

            b.   That Ampex, the owner of Keepered Media technology, had
                 discontinued its use as it was too costly for commercial
                 manufacturing and did not believe the technology had any material
                 value;

            c.   That the value of Keepered Media technology was so insignificant, its
                 value was not even recorded as an asset on Ampex's financial
                 statements;

            d.   That Upgrade had not applied for Nasdaq National Market System
                 listing;

            e.   That the UltraCard had not been proven to store 20,000 times the
                 storage capacity of magnetic strip cards;

            f.   That Keepered Media technology had only proven to work on hard drive
                 disks and was financially unfeasible to produce;

            g.   That despite its license of Keepered Media technology, Upgrade would
                 not have a product to sell, lease or license until the year 2001; and

            h.   That there was no reasonable basis for claiming that Upgrade would be
                 an SEC reporting company by February 24, 2000, as its auditors had
                 not even completed Upgrade's audit.

        By issuing these allegedly false and misleading statements, defendants artificially inflated Upgrade's stock
        price from $10-1/2 on 11/29/99 to a Class Period high of $82-1/2 in January 2000, resulting in market
        capitalization of well over $1 billion, before the true facts about Upgrade's troubled operations and false
        statements concerning Upgrade's product development efforts were revealed.

        Plaintiff seeks to recover damages on behalf of all purchasers of Upgrade common stock during the
        Class Period (the "Class"). The plaintiff is represented by Hagens Berman, LLP which has concentrated
        its practice in the field of class action and multi-plaintiff litigation, representing plaintiffs in numerous
        securities and investment fraud actions throughout the country. Hagens Berman, LLP has been
        appointed lead or co-lead counsel on behalf of defrauded investors in numerous complex financial
        cases, and has been responsible for many large recoveries which, in the aggregate, total more than $1
        Billion.

        If you are a member of the Class described above, you may, no later than 60 days from today, move
        the Court to serve as lead plaintiff of the Class, if you so choose. In order to serve as lead plaintiff,
        however, you must meet certain legal requirements. If you wish to discuss this action or have any
        questions concerning this notice or your rights or interests, please contact plaintiffs' counsel, Steve W.
        Berman or Karl P. Barth at Hagens Berman, P.S. at 206-623-7292 or toll-free at 888-381-2889 or
        via e-mail at Karl@Hagens-Berman.com.

         Source:
                 Hagens Berman. P.S.
         Contact:
                 Steve W. Berman or Karl P. Barth of Hagens Berman, P.S., 206-623-7292, or
                 888-381-2889, or Karl@Hagens-Berman.com  
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. Laserfuzzy
Laserfuzzy:

Re: Upgrade auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ??

 
27.02.00 23:22
#11
Wie aus einer Mitteilung von Upgrade zu vernehmen war, wollten Sie ihr Produkt, die Ultracard, auf der Cebit am Messestand von Emprise vorstellen.
Emprise ist Mitaussteller am Stand von Openshop Internet Software, Halle 6, Stand D31.
Kann leider selbst nicht zur Cebit, aber ich wuerde UPGRADE nicht kaufen ohne die Karte mal live gesehen zu haben.

Hat hierzu jemand Infos - wuerde mich echt interessieren ?!
Upgrade  auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ?? o.T. Merlin1000

Re: Upgrade auf 39 , kann man die kaufen ??

 
#12
Hallo Leute,

bin neu im Board und habe bisher mit großem Interesse Eure Meinungen gelesen. Ich bin in Upgrde bei 54 € eingestiegen und habe mit urghhh... den Kurs am Freitag gesehen. Ich habe leider auch keine Zeit gehabt auf die CEBIT zu gehen. Der Bericht hier unter hört sich aber garnicht so schlecht an. Ich mache mir mut. Spaß beiseite, wenn das wirklich so ist, dann kann es nur nach oben gehen.

So Ciao Merlin



UltraCard Inc. Forms Strategic Alliance with SciVac


SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 27, 2000--UltraCard Inc. developers of high capacity, portable data storage, today announced a cooperative affiliation with San Jose-based
SciVac, leaders in precision thin-film processes and equipment, to produce a customized sputtering system for UltraCard's advanced memory card technology.

UltraCard Inc. uses a range of proprietary and patented technologies to provide a durable, high capacity read-write data card. SciVac management, with more than 20 years
experience in magnetic thin-film, is an acknowledged leader in sputtering technology. Both UltraCard and SciVac recognize the potential of the system which offers a means of
combining proprietary magnetic and non-magnetic layers including Keepered Media technology.

UltraCard Inc. is especially pleased with SciVac's expertise in Keepered Media technology which was selected after extensive testing because it results in a product which
significantly increases durability of magnetic media. The technology also allows for more resistance to demagnetization associated with ordinary magstripe cards and provides a
means of improving data security.

UltraCard Inc. President Dan Kehoe stated, "SciVac will play an important role in establishing UltraCard as a leader in personal, transportable data storage. As part of this
agreement, SciVac will assemble the manufacturing system at UltraCard's Northern California facility."

"We're excited to be working with SciVac to jointly develop the architecture of this breakthrough system," said Kehoe. "This affiliation is another milestone in the continuing
advancement in the way consumers and businesses will use and benefit from personal, transportable data storage. We are proud to be a part of this revolutionary field of
technology."

Kehoe adds that SciVac has also agreed to become a second source for the production of the cards. Additionally, SciVac has agreed to allow UltraCard to manufacture cards
necessary for beta testing at SciVac's Northern California facility.

President and CEO of SciVac, David Pearce says, "The alignment with UltraCard and use of SciVac's unique deposition source technology will pave the way for the exploration of
powerful new ways to improve technology and expand the market for the UltraCard technology."

"SciVac's high throughput systems will provide the customer a significant cost-of-ownership advantage," says Pearce. "The modular properties of our multiple vacuum system
platforms will enable systems to be easily reconfigured as UltraCard's requirements change and expand."

Pearce, along with Dennis Hollars, Ph.D., vice president Engineering for SciVac, were part of the development team for a successful high throughput disk sputtering program
subsequently acquired by Seagate Technology. Today, Seagate is an investor in SciVac. Dr. Hollars, a solar and nuclear physicist, says the contract with UltraCard is only the
beginning of significant strides in portable data storage.

"SciVac's dual rotary cylindrical technology opens up thin film markets and applications that have previously been limited, difficult or impractical," says Dr. Hollars. "We have only
begun to explore the possible applications for UltraCard."

Dr. Hollars has more than 30 years experience in thin film coatings, vacuum system design and applied physics. He is directly responsible for vacuum deposition Systems currently
used to produce a significant number of the world's thin film processes. Bruce Lairson, Ph.D. was recently appointed director of Card Development for UltraCard Inc. Dr. Lairson
will be responsible for working with SciVac in the design of the sputtering system and oversee the manufacturing process. Lairson has his Ph.D in Material Science from Stanford
University and was previously designer of Sputter R&D at Komag and director of Advance Technology at Western Digital.

"We are confident that the initial UltraCard product will prove to be a technological discovery with substantial usage in a broad range of industries," said Kehoe. "We are most
pleased to be working with SciVac to help meet market demand and deliver a product that will add yet another dimension to e-commerce on and offline."

Upgrade International Corp. (OTCBB:UPGD), through it ownership interest in UltraCard Inc., is engaged in the development and commercialization of a patented, revolutionary
data storage technology. UltraCard applies conventional hard drive storage technology onto the surface of the standard magnetic stripe card and the integrated circuit chip card
(smart card). This will provide numerous potential industrial users with a combination of high level security and a vastly greater amount (up to several mega bytes) of personal,
transportable data storage at the lowest cost in the industry. By comparison existing magnetic stripe and smart card technologies have 256 bytes and 16k of storage capacity
respectively.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors, Daniel Bland, President

This news release may contain forward-looking statements relating to future results, performance, plans, events or other matters. Such statements involve numerous risks and
uncertainties, including, but not limited to, risks and  uncertainties pertaining to development of the company's products and services and markets for such products and services,
the timing and level of customer orders, competitive products and services and pricing, changes in economic conditions and the markets for the company's products and services
and other risks and uncertainties. Actual results, performance and events may differ materially. Readers are cautioned not to place undo reliance on these forward-looking
statements which speak only of the date of this news releases. The company undertakes no obligation to release revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect events or
circumstances after the date of this news release.
 


Börsenforum - Gesamtforum - Antwort einfügen - zum ersten Beitrag springen

Neueste Beiträge aus dem Emprise Forum

Wertung Antworten Thema Verfasser letzter Verfasser letzter Beitrag
3 191 Turn-Around bei Emprise? Molda yüksel 05.01.12 22:23
    aber... bär75   13.05.11 23:41
11 183 Chartcheck - Emprise aktienspezialist M.Minninger 28.12.10 20:31
3 102 Emprise spekulativ kaufen Skydust Zocker24 28.09.10 10:07
  7 Tradingchance nach Panikverkauf Investox publicaffairs 24.04.09 13:47