|Our adjusted EBITDA was $4.9 million and $4.8 million for 2014 and 2015, respectively RAIN spectrum is freely available in 78 countries representing roughly 96.5% of the world’s GDP and the RAIN They can just about buy one decent house in West Los Angeles. The Rain is the problem we ain't got any. |
We sell our products and platform to retailers They should have a conference with Macy's CFO nettailers seem to be the future.
we have invested more than $160 million developing our platform. They should of bought houses in Vancouver sold today who needs an IPO.
Risks Related to Our Business and Industry
RAIN market adoption is uncertain. If RAIN market adoption does not continue to develop, or develops more slowly than we expect, our business will suffer. you have a little hope you are located in Seattle and it does get wet up there.
The RAIN market is relatively new and, to a large extent, unproven. RAIN technology and product adoption, including that of the Impinj Platform and Item Intelligence, will depend on numerous factors, including:
whether end users embrace the benefits we believe RAIN offers, and if so whether RAIN will achieve and sustain high demand and market adoption; The demand is there in CA the supply is not.
whether end users perceive that the benefits of RAIN adoption outweigh the cost and time to install or replace their existing systems and processes; and
True there is a surplus of urinals going to be interesting as non gender bathrooms increase. Standing room only good luck girls.
whether the technological capabilities of RAIN products and applications meet end users’ current or anticipated needs. Current is not the problem aniticipated can include frozen called snow.
We do not own or operate manufacturing facilities. Currently, all our tag ICs are manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited, or TSMC, and primarily post-processed by our subcontractor Stars Microelectronics (Thailand) Public Company Limited, or Stars; all our reader ICs are manufactured by Tower Semiconductors Ltd., or TowerJazz; and all our readers and gateways are manufactured by Plexus Corp., or Plexus, or Western Corporation. We also use subcontractors for post-processing, assembly and testing. We do not control our manufacturers’ or subcontractors’ ability or willingness to meet our supply requirements.
Currently, we do not have long-term supply contracts with TSMC, TowerJazz, Plexus or Western Corporation, and neither they nor our subcontractors are required to supply us with products for any specific period or in any specific quantity. Suppliers can allocate production capacity to other companies’ and re
We do contribute enormous sums to the politcal parties of our manufactures and subcontractors nations come to think of it that might of affected are bottom line adversely. There is a risk clause in this too.
To late for me to get in guess they are over subscribed Heavy use of the big R word in the entire S-1