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san 12/4/2012 | 8:12:45 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos
It doesn't serve anybody any good by bad-mouthing about a potentially good company.. Eagle ..please check.
You might have been laid off or something but your postings doesn't serve any purpose.
country_boy 12/4/2012 | 8:12:23 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos my understanding is that the Juniper box suffers in the logical interface counts when trying to address the sub-T1 market. Probably has something to do with the supported number of controllers per port/card. I'm under the impression that they only support one controller per logical T1. So if you are trying to supply 256k services you are eating up the entire T1 and can't use the leftover DS0s for another customer. Like I began the post, this is only my understanding.
Eagle 12/4/2012 | 8:12:20 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos San,

I am not bad mouthing anyone. I am only talking about facts. Read over my past messages. Nothing I have said is untrue. If you take my info as bad, well that is because it is not good news, but it is truthfull.

Regarding how Amber is going to do. I hope they survive. I am only stating my opinion. And that is they have not recongnized any revenue to date and that if they do get a few customers, it will take more than that to become successful and profitable.

I still say they will not make it more than 6-8 months.

ml 12/4/2012 | 8:12:18 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos I'm always wondering which of the following is more useful in an edge router.

- a high density of DS1 interface or
- a high density of T1 interface (copper)

opticguy 12/4/2012 | 8:12:18 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos San,

So far, all Eagle's posts offered facts. If you feel any point which were raised by Eagle are not valid/wrong, please feel free to state your points with backed up data if available. Engage the discussion in an intelligent way, I suggest. And accept it even if these things are not the things that you want hear but they are still the facts !!!!!!!
brichter 12/4/2012 | 8:11:59 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos A little long on Amber, are we?
litepipe 12/4/2012 | 8:11:35 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos Man, eagle you are a sorry sight, you know if you read the trades, follow the facts any one else can see you have an ax to grind with Amber. From your post over time yoiu seem to be technically smart but man... did they lay you off or something? You are a real asset here but you are self destructing your credability.

Amber is doing fine, all things considered. They are much better off than most.

Did we go short on Amber maybe ?
Eagle 12/4/2012 | 8:11:20 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos litepipe,

I will only respond to facts and educated opinions regarding the status of the edge router market (per this article).

Personal attacks from you are only a waste of time for both you and I. I am simply using these message boards as to how they were intended - share accurate info with others which leads to increasing all of our knowledge. As we all know, "KNOWLEDGE IS POWER."

If you have any factual info, credible feedback from customers, or opinions based on facts please share.

drone387 12/4/2012 | 8:09:28 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos 30% Layoff (~140 folks * 0.3 = ~42)
Multi-Service Edge Router product canned
HW & FPGA Departments Toast
drone387 12/4/2012 | 8:08:58 PM
re: Edge Router Market in Chaos Major Order Falls Through
90% Revenue Shortfall
20% Layoffs
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