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Ich habe noch 30000 stück Aussies!Ist wohl besseres Klopapier!
Zu erfahren ist nichts.Mal abwarten.
Vieleicht profitiert davon auch Davnet!

WTO und Australien starten 250 Millionen Dollar Internet-Hilfsprogramm


Die Welthandelsbank (WTO) und Australien wollen ein 750 Millionen Dollar-Hilfsprogramm starten, das Menschen in den ärmeren Ländern der Welt die Möglichkeit der Ausbildung über das Internet bieten soll, berichtet die Nachrichtenagentur Reuters. Dieser neue Fünf-Jahres-Plan - eine Ergänzung des 50 Jahre alten "Colombo-Plans", über den Ausbildungsstipendien zur Verfügung gestellt werden ? soll nun die digitale Kluft verringern, die nach Angaben der Bank die Armut in der Welt weiter verschlimmert.

Um dem entgegen zu wirken, hat die WTO Gespräche mit 20 Nationen aufgenommen, die für den "Virtuellen Colombo Plan" spenden sollen. Der Plan soll der Globalisierung ein freundliches Gesicht verleihen und den Fluss der Ressourcen aus den armen in die reichen Länder umkehren, hieß es seitens Vertretern aus Australien. Das Land hat 100 Millionen Dollar bereit gestellt und will selber 200 Internet-Stipendien für angehende IT-Lehrer bereit stellen. Darüber hinaus sollen auch IT-Ausbildungszentren in Papua Neuguinea entstehen. Das Hilfsprogramm richtet sich an 12 Länder im asiatisch-pazifischen Raum und in Afrika.

Die Schwellenländer, die von der Unterstützung profitieren sollen, stellen ein enormes Wachstumspotential im IT- und High-Tech Sektor dar und sind als zukünftige Märkte natürlich nicht zu verachten. So stieg z.B. allein in Brasilien die Zahl der Internet-User im Zeitraum zwischen 1998 and 2000 von 1.7 Millionen auf 9.8 Millionen, in China im selben Zeitraum von 3.8 Millionen auf 16.9 Millionen. (susa)
- BIZ-TECH


Davnet to bail out of overseas ventures

By Cosima Marriner

Junior telecom Davnet is expected to close its overseas offices and abandon its $38 million capital raising in response to dwindling investor support.

The former high flying dot com called a trading halt on Wednesday after its shares sank to an all-time low of 6c. Worth close to $6 at the height of the tech boom, Davnet shares have halved in value in the last month alone, prompting the company to review its operations.

It is understood that Davnet will exit Asia and North America to focus on its core Australian business. Davnet is expected to sell its operations in Chicago, Toronto, Singapore and Hong Kong to local companies.

Davnet earns the bulk of its revenue from Australia. Of the $34.3 million revenue booked in the December half, $33.7 million was generated in Australia, $431,000 in South-East Asia and just $206,000 came from North America.

However, the losses stemming from Davnet`s offshore operations were disproportionately higher than those incurred in Australia. Davnet lost $44.3 million before tax last half, of which South-East Asia accounted for $5.7 million and North America accounted for $8.2 million. The Australian business lost $30.5 million.

Davnet is also expected to abandon its $38 million capital raising. Davnet shareholders approved the issue of 95 million convertible notes at 40c each in early July. Given that Davnet shares have not traded at 40c since early March, it is unlikely that the raising would have found investor support.

"The valuation of Davnet is being compressed by its inability to fund capital expenditure," said a telecommunications analyst.

In March Davnet raised $25 million through a $10 million private placement and a $15 million working capital facility.

In addition to the $49.5 million cash Davnet had on hand at December 31, this was sufficient to fund the company until July next year.

The proposed convertible note issue would have raised more than the $26 million required to fund the company`s growth beyond that date.

Davnet maintains that it will report revenue of $80 million for the 2001 financial year, double the $40 million earned the previous year. Davnet`s core Australian business turned earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation positive in April. Its entire operations were targeted to turn EBITDA positive next financial year.


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DAVNET GENERAL MEETING APPROVES CONVERTIBLE NOTES ISSUE
Davnet Ltd. Friday, July 13, 2001

Sydney, July 13, 2001) -: Davnet Limited (ASX code: DVT), the international provider of integrated broadband communications solutions, today received an overwhelming shareholder approval for a Convertible Notes Issue, to be known as the Davnet Income-Secured Convertible (DISC), at a General Meeting held at The Theatrette, Australian Stock Exchange in Melbourne.
The approval of the resolution allows Davnet to proceed with the proposed issue, within three months of today`s meeting, of up to 95,000,000 convertible notes at an issue price of $0.40. Key elements of the proposed DISC issue include:

- Secured interest payments of approximately 8% to October 2004;
- Flexibility to convert into ordinary shares in October 2004 at a discount to the market share price at that time;
- Participation in any growth in the ordinary share price for the holder beyond a level of around 50% above the current ordinary share price.

BNP Paribas is structuring advisor and manager for the DISC Issue.

Davnet`s Chairman and CEO, Mr Robert H. Turner, said the approval of the DISC issue was a vote of confidence in Davnet`s business strategy and approves the third stage of a capital raising program announced in March 2001.

Mr Turner said funds raised from the issue would be used to fund organic business growth, further strengthen the company`s balance sheet, and position the company to take advantage of value-priced assets becoming available as part of the expected rationalisation of the telecommunications industry.

"This is a significant moment in the turnaround of Davnet. DISC will enable us to raise funds, in what is a very volatile market, at cost-competitive rates," Mr Turner said. "A key element of the continued development and growth of Davnet will be our ability to maintain and grow critical mass. We anticipate there will be rationalisation within the Australian and international telecommunications markets and we are committed to playing a part in that rationalisation."

The General Meeting was the first meeting of Davnet shareholders at which Mr Turner officiated as Chairman. Mr Turner paid tribute to the previous Chairman, Mr O`Shea for his role in guiding the company through its rapid development since listing in 1998.

Mr Turner also introduced the recently appointed Vice-Chairman of Davnet Ltd, non-executive director Mr Brendan Brown, who with Mr Turner will form the Office of the Chairman, and executive director and Group Chief Operating Officer Mr Bob Henson, who will share operational and management responsibilities with Mr Turner in the Office of the CEO.

At the General Meeting, Mr Turner also announced a number of strategic sales and operational initiatives to take the company forward, including the creation of:

· Davnet Access Group, a platform for managing and developing customer relationships;
· Davnet Solutions Group, a platform for delivering value-added services, and
· Davnet Service Group, a shared services group aimed at reducing operating costs and improving services to customers.

As well as approving the Convertible Notes Issue (pursuant to ASX Listing Rule 7.1), the General Meeting considered, and approved, a resolution relating to the allotment and issue of shares and options during the previous 12 months (pursuant to ASX Listing Rule 7.4).

About Davnet
Davnet (www.davnet.com.au) is a international integrated broadband communications provider of high-speed connectivity, content and value-added services to businesses within premium multi-tenant office buildings in selected cities throughout Australia, Asia and North America. Davnet focuses on providing solutions to end-user business customers, especially those with operations in multiple locations. As at 31st March 2001, the Davnet Group served 19,000 customers. It also provided in-building broadband communications networks to clients in 143 "live" commercial buildings in 9 cities, and had licenses to access several hundred more properties.

In addition to high-speed Internet connectivity, Davnet offers local and international Internet Protocol-virtual private networks, voice and fax over Internet Protocol, video and telephone conferencing, unified messaging, hosting, co-location, video on demand, video telephony and design/e-commerce services and consulting. It also offers information and data storage, protection and management solutions.

Davnet is a "Cisco Powered Network Partner".
@n @lle

Ich Denke das es nun nach Norden gehen wird.
Kaufe nach .

Was werdet ihr machen ???
@ Grueny: überweise mir 5.5 cent und du bekommst jede Menge DVT.

Ich gehe short und decke sie nicht mal mehr.

Das Ding ist tot,und zwar seit dieser versyphte Direktor seine shares

auf den Markt donnerte.

cu DL


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