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Ballack 12/4/2012 | 10:14:02 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 In Europe, WaterCove is certainly a name that crops up with far more frequency than the likes of Ta-who and Megisto.

I don't see how a company which talks a good talk, but hasn't delivered, can seriously be a contender for the Unstrung 25 over those that are already shipping product.
Fritz Bosch 12/4/2012 | 10:14:02 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 bet_on_wireless is spot on. WaterCove know their apples.





3g gigolo 12/4/2012 | 10:14:02 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 who are they?
airraves 12/4/2012 | 10:14:01 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 what are you suggesting? more important what's it go to do with winphoria being on the list?
gigeguy 12/4/2012 | 10:14:01 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 I'm not employed by either Tahoe or Megisto, but I do watch them and I have to agree with earlier comments on this thread about Tahoe being slideware while Megisto is the real deal. Can anyone reading this point to any Tahoe field trials? Megisto has existing products that work. It's that simple.
lrmobile_Dave 12/4/2012 | 10:14:00 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 Unstrung should add Celerica in the hardware category.

Proof of customer acceptance is the major deciding factor. How can it be anything else in this environment? At CTIA last March, Celerica announced the details of its beta trial with Cellcom, the largest Israeli-based cellular company (Bell South owns a significant portion of Cellcom) with more than 2 million subscribers. The trial was able to prove that CelericaGÇÖs technology allows carriers to save significant CAPEX and OPEX -- carriers need to leverage existing investments in backhaul, real estate and base stations which Celerica allows them to do, simultaneous to adding capacity in hours, not weeks.

Celerica solves a huge problem with simplicity - Celerica's flagship product makes it possible to deploy new urban cell sites within a matter of hours. Simply set up a standard antenna at the new site, and a Celerica multi-access-network device nearby. Using bi-directional wireless optical links, Celerica's technology connects the new antenna to an existing cell site. This connection occurs as wireless links encode the relevant RF signals from the new remote antenna, and transfer them to standard BTS (base transceiver station) equipment at the pre-existing site.

If you need to knock one player out to make room for Celerica, I vote for Tahoe. 32 press releases in 14 months, yet no indication of customer acceptance? I doubt it, but maybe I'm missing something?
spc_rayella 12/4/2012 | 10:14:00 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 Thanks for the suggestions, David, and highlighting this sector. These companies would be prime contenders for the 'Software II' Top 5.
W_CoveRules 12/4/2012 | 10:14:00 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 The boys down at watercove know where its at... they always have a fully stocked snack/break room, a company that can keep its cupboards full of oreo's and granola bars is my kinda company

...oh yea, they're pretty good with computer related...uhhh... networks... huhuhuhuh
I_Analeyes 12/4/2012 | 10:13:59 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 They a US company in wireless. It looks like they are getting a good jump in a very competitive market. It will be interesting to see if they can continue their pioneering role.
padmanathan 12/4/2012 | 10:13:58 PM
re: Privates on Parade: The Unstrung Top 25 Like the fact WaterCove have a GA product future proof solution (integrating service intelligence and transport metering - as defined in 3GPP). This is really ahead of the game.

There seem to be many solution which sit on the GI. Whilst these are quick fixes as data really kicks off I am sure WaterCove will be a winner.
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