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Leveldevil 12/4/2012 | 10:11:33 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 These guys are hot. Just read a WIFI article in the June 22 issue of The Economist and who should be mentioned but Mesh. This company is definitely for real.
stlb19 12/4/2012 | 10:11:30 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 What is escaping mention is that MeshNetworks is not solely an 802.11 company. They have a proprietary mobile broadband network for wide area deployments which is not based upon the 802.11 standard at all. How many others can say that the exact same websites you see on your desktop are available at 70 mph? Perhaps Flarion, but they lack voice and inherent location determination without GPS.

Forget "mobile Internet" or "wireless web", the future lies in Mobile Broadband.

attwi2002 12/4/2012 | 10:11:27 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 Interesting to see MeshNetworks talk "Mobile Broadband" (say no more)... and when
it comes to competitive intelligence, a better source would let you know that voice is part of Flarion's existing solution, even though it's not
being promoted yet.

As for GPS, my folks use that on their boat. I would hate to have my boss or big brother know where I am (shopping) :-)
noteby 12/4/2012 | 10:10:55 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 Few message boards contain this many posts from a few people. Must be a touchy subject.

Based on what I have read and heard over the past year or so is that Megisto seems to be making more progress than others, rolling out their products before the rest of the field. With backing from operators already at this stage they seem to understand what the market wants. I refuse to believe that operators are happy to develop content without a proper delivery mechanism. No delivery, no revenue. When I first bumped into this subject I thought Tahoe was up there with the big boys but after working out of Helsinki for a while now I have my doubts. The Megisto guys seem to be leading the way now with lots of recent news announcements. Tahoe is yet to complete the testing and market introduction is still far away. I wonder if there will be enough customers left for them once they get that far.....
dirtjumper 12/4/2012 | 10:10:54 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 The hardware, software and user interface work and work well. So do the engineers. With development sites in 2 time zones, Watercove engineers are on the job 20 hours a day, developing wireless products with the features that customers want. Real lines of code (sans comments and white space) passed 1.5 million a long time ago and these guys show no signs of slowing down. WaterCove is working to win.
gigeguy 12/4/2012 | 10:10:49 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 Tahoe certainly knows how to write a lot of press releases. But they don't seem to have written any about products actually in real trials anywhere. Well, I'm from Missouri - you gotta show me before I'll believe. You can't run operational networks on words and powerpoint alone.
noteby 12/4/2012 | 10:10:34 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 Hello Missouri.

I agree to your comments. In times like these readily available products count. I see no reason why Tahoe should be on this list. Put Megisto in there instead.
wiredgenius 12/4/2012 | 10:10:20 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 What about Danger? they are very cool
joset01 12/4/2012 | 10:10:17 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 I'd agree that they seem to have some cool stuff. But weren't they supposed to have carrier deal by now? The trail seems to have gone mighty cold.

They'll definitely make unstrung gizmo if they eventually briung out a device that lives up to the original promise.
LBJwasaTexan 12/4/2012 | 10:09:26 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 I've used Vernier's products in school and am familiar with some of their non-executive talent. This much is true about the company: They having a robust technology with a very clever architecture, hire top talent, and have some of the most talented managers in the Valley. My hats off to them.
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