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Product should become more widely used with the growing number of devices.
Great growth potential.
One of the top manufacturers of components for wearables. They already make chips for Google Glass, and they'll probably be making chips for the iWatch as well. Long-term outperform.
INVN is poised to have huge growth potential over the next 5 years - this stock has a tiny $2 billion market cap compared to it's enormous growth potential - this will easily be a $100 stock within 3 years!
Especially in the healthcare industry, the ways to keep people healthy without having to see their doctor is the way to go.
+80M on the OBV, yet only 74M in the float (88M total). No more shares to purchase - I don't quite understand how that works. If you do, please share! :)
It's core market is going to soar!
Should go up (over next 3-5 years)Y?That's simple - cause David says so!:-)
IoT: Internet of Things.
Ladies and Gentlemen, You don't need glasses to see what direction gizmos are heading. (Bullish)
Riding the wave, INVN has a bright future being associated with Apple's RD in wearable technology (iWatch).Even if wearable technology turns out to be a fad that fades, it will be Apple that pays for it first as INVN will still have produced to meet initial/projected demand. If it turns out to be a bust, Apple's stuck with the product and investors can get out of INVN if they're unsure if they can recover, having ridden them up on the hype bandwagon!
Wearables! I'm in :) I'm looking for an app for my son's "Airsoft" competitions (maybe I'll create one!) so many use cases for getting feedback about activities. Some privacy concerns - looking to discover more about M2M and how to use in wearables.
InvenSense isn’t just revolutionizing the wearables market.It’s transforming from a nascent $5-billion market today, into a potentially $50-billion behemoth by 2018.As the leading designer of software, processors and motion-tracking sensors, its technology is the beating heart of wearable devices, which puts it smack in the middle of the industry.As you’ll see in a moment, its motion-tracking technology is also at the forefront of other major fields like mobile, GPS and audio technology. Not to mention, it’s helping to disrupt the gaming and smart TV markets, too. MotionTracking SoCs wins are much needed tailwinds for InvenSense. Exposure to smartphone industry is a big plus. Apple’s iWatch can be a huge catalyst. Acquisition of MEMS microphones business will increase InvenSense’s total addressable content in mobile and wearable devices.InvenSense has gained on rumors that it might be a supplier for Apple's (AAPL) next iPhone, a rumor that analyst firm Needham says isn't likely to materialize and removed its $20 price target.InvenSense's multiple customer design wins with its MotionTracking system on chips, or SoCs, which utilize Digital Motion Processing, or DMP, coupled with its motion algorithms are positives. These design wins validate its strategy of providing customers with a true plug-and-play motion tracking solution, including value-added MotionApps software.InvenSense saw strength in unit volumes in the last quarter with its 6-axis MotionTracking solutions and its 2-axis optical image stabilization (OIS) products. This strength was due to an increase in demand from several areas: growth areas such as Chinese smartphones, including Xiaomi and Oppo, and market share gains at top-tier customers and adoption in flagship products, such as Samsung's (OTC:SSNLF) Galaxy Note 3, Google's (GOOG) Nexus 5 by LG (LG), and Amazon's (AMZN) Kindle Fire.The acquisition of Analog Devices' MEMS microphones business will increase InvenSense's total addressable content in mobile and wearable devices. This will also provide it exposure to other markets, such as industrial and automotive.To do that, the company created the MEMS Gyroscopes for Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). At CES 2014, Mehran Ayat, Director of Marketing at InvenSense’s Imaging Business Unit, showed me the company’s third-generation model…So InvenSense has added to its motion-tracking library with Pedestrian Dead Reckoning (PDR). In the GPS category in their portfolio that will add to commercial and personal use. The premise is simple: When the GPS signal is lost, a user’s position is calculated by working off a previously determined position and advancing it, based on elapsed time and the person’s known or estimated foot speed.
Strong pipeline across the board.
you can see the overall market moving toward the mission of this company.
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