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tsat 12/4/2012 | 10:21:06 PM
re: Nokia Invests $36M in Redback
watch for the light reading cameramen hiding
in the bushes behind the parking lot of YOUR
company!

(Reminds me not to sunbath topless on our
roof...)

-tsat
mfg_boy 12/4/2012 | 10:20:59 PM
re: Nokia Invests $36M in Redback Redback's days are numbered this is my prediction:

First the stock will continue to fall.

Than they burn some more of their money and Nokia's money.

Then engineers start a mass exodus.

Redaback falls flat on there face and Nokia pulls out, Nokia is not dumb their numbers speak for them selves.

Silly wabits edge is for Cisco.

Asta la vista OC or SMS baby!
LTTSUF 12/4/2012 | 10:20:41 PM
re: Nokia Invests $36M in Redback They're bragging about kicking Cisco's Ass, but meanwhile, Unisphere is walking away with their crown jewel accounts.
StartupGrunt 12/4/2012 | 10:20:38 PM
re: Nokia Invests $36M in Redback That's the last time I buy stock based on a trade show demo.
myresearch 12/4/2012 | 10:20:03 PM
re: Nokia Invests $36M in Redback Can anyone shred any light as to why their edge router is not selling? Any one of the following:

- Lack of features (like integrated DSL termination in Redstone?),
- Too costly (it was built as a combined transport+routing so it could be more expensive
- Density (but I thought they were quite competitive?)
- or just nobody is buying??
TruthWillInfect 12/4/2012 | 10:20:03 PM
re: Nokia Invests $36M in Redback As a few Redback employees have recently jumped ship to join Corona Networks, I can't help but chuckle about the old adage of "out of the frying pan and into the fire". The last few weeks the management at Corona have been telling their staff that Redback is failing and that Corona is "stealing" their clients. Their predictions have been that Corona will be the big winner from the fall-out. I can't help but wonder what Corona promised these guys to get them to sign on.

I still can't fathom why someone would leave a valid company with a valid product to work for a company like Corona that is on a sure path to self-destruction. How can you balance no working product, no sales(which means no revenue), and no customers(they can't even get a conditional sales order), with Redback's track record. When are the Corona investors going to realize that they have been had, and pull the plug? Given Corona's resources, it shouldn't be long now! The clocks ticking....
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