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dwdm2 12/4/2012 | 11:16:16 PM
re: Source: Cisco's HFR Tips the Scales "Obviously you have not worked in optical networking for a long time..."

Thats right, and I don't know anyone been in this area long. Heys things started in the late 80s and commercial systems became available in the mid 90s. In fact "optical networking" is yet to come to fruition...

This is another aspect of anonymity, you can claim anything and more often than not people will buy them too.

cowboy_carl 12/4/2012 | 11:15:14 PM
re: Source: Cisco's HFR Tips the Scales A local business newspaper reported today "Hyperchip ready to consider acquisition offers" (translated from French).

See http://www.lesaffaires.com/fr/...
TheVoice 12/4/2012 | 11:15:12 PM
re: Source: Cisco's HFR Tips the Scales From LesAffaires.com article

Who could be interested?

(translated from French)
-Alcatel gave up its Next-Gen router development.
-Lucent, Ericsson and Siemens are quite happy with their Juniper Networks sales partnerships.
-Nortel is not interested into that market. Maybe
-Juniper who remains alone with its own router ( T-640), and
-Cisco Systems who&#8217;s working on its own Next-Gen router (rumor)
Pierre 12/4/2012 | 11:10:47 PM
re: Source: Cisco's HFR Tips the Scales The word on the street is that, while they have put out the lure, no one has bitten. They have nearly exhausted their cash reserves, and most employees expect another "Mystery Letter" to be mailed to their homes. Any hard information on whether they will get past Christmas? Q1 2004? Is the PBR-1280 in anyone's hands yet??
cyber_techy 12/4/2012 | 11:10:46 PM
re: Source: Cisco's HFR Tips the Scales Here's the translation of the article (courtesy of babelfish)

The leaders of this great hope of the sector of information technologies in Quebec do not see more than one also evil eye their purchase, possibly by a large player of telecommunications.

"This reversal is due to one year of economic realism, affirms Richard Norman, president d' Hyperchip. Moreover, examples in industry show us that it is possible to be bought and nevertheless to continue the work which one carried out front."
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