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gocowboys 12/5/2012 | 3:04:41 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More Ok...if you walk into a VC's office with a telecom equipment play the door will likely hit you on the way out. Yet, there is "happy money" for companies like this. Am I the only one that does not get it?
opticalguy 12/5/2012 | 3:04:39 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More Ninja,

You say..."They basically third party brands a Fujitsu product slap there name on it and call it Hammerhead."

Are you saying that this is really a Fujitsu box? If it does MPLS, does this compete with the router vendors (Cisco, Juniper) and sit in the core??

Curious.

OG
Lite Rock 12/5/2012 | 3:04:39 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More ninja,

That said, you've removed all doubt for me.

LR
ninjaturtle 12/5/2012 | 3:04:39 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More This company is a big LOOSER!!!!!!!!!. They basically third party brands a Fujitsu product slap there name on it and call it Hammerhead. Not exactly the kind of model one would think would ever make money. There management is shaky at best and they are run by nobody's in the High Tech networking industry. They are bold face liars that every round is an up round. IMPOSSIBLE. But when you are provate you can say anything and get away with it.
gigeguy 12/5/2012 | 3:04:38 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More I think Ninja has things a bit backward ... HH did their own product development (I know a bunch of the people there) and for a while they were being resold by Fujitsu. However, I believe that particular resale agreement has since concluded.
Ryan Lawler 12/5/2012 | 3:04:37 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More "They basically third party brands a Fujitsu product slap there name on it and call it Hammerhead."

ninjaturtle's got this backwards:

Fujitsu's Flashwave 6400 box is a repackaged version of the Hammerhead Systems Inc. HSX 6000, part of a reseller deal struck in 2004.

http://www.lightreading.com/do...
Ryan Lawler 12/5/2012 | 3:04:37 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More "They basically third party brands a Fujitsu product slap there name on it and call it Hammerhead."

ninjaturtle's got this backwards:

Fujitsu's Flashwave 6400 box is a repackaged version of the Hammerhead Systems Inc. HSX 6000, part of a reseller deal struck in 2004.

http://www.lightreading.com/do...
Pete Baldwin 12/5/2012 | 3:04:35 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More They do claim to have two big paying customers ... but it sure doesn't look like it from the outside. I've been dogging them about that for a couple of years.

I do have trouble believing every round was an "up" round, but I also doubt that Kevin Fong would get on the phone and tell me so if it wasn't true. (Sure, he could be fibbing, but it would be easier for him to just not return my calls in the first place.) We'll see.
ninjaturtle 12/5/2012 | 3:04:35 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More I probably do have it 180 wrong. Either way I still stand by the rest of my opinion. If they go IPO I'll eat my hat. Funny how no one has bought this gem!!!!!!!!!! Oh yeah I forgot they are still looking for a paying customer...MY BAD
paolo.franzoi 12/5/2012 | 3:04:34 PM
re: Hammerhead Swings $18M More
BobbyMax has risen.

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