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RE: IP over in-ground cable applications.

  • From: Christopher J. Wolff
  • Date: Thu Sep 12 18:43:05 2002

Sal,

I'm not a big fan of GE period; too many recalls.  However you might
want to take a look at Jennair.  Here's my favorite.

http://www.jennair.com/ja/products/prod_detail.jsp?model=WW30430P&cs=0&B
V_UseBVCookie=Yes

Regards,
Christopher J. Wolff, CIO
Broadband Laboratories, Inc.
http://www.bblabs.com 

-----Original Message-----
From: sal.sabella@hushmail.com [mailto:sal.sabella@hushmail.com] 
Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 3:33 PM
To: nanog@merit.edu; chris@bblabs.com
Subject: RE: IP over in-ground cable applications.



>Thanks for the response.  The 'Broadband' in Broadband Laboratories 
>actually refers to the Microwave

That makes sense.  I have a question you might be able to answer.

I've got some Cerent and Sycamore boxes, and I'm trying
to locate a GE Advantium line card.  We're fixing to sell Advantium
wavelenghts on the same glass as gig-e and OC-x's, catering primarily to
the hospitality and food services industry, by Q1 2003.  You could even
say I bet on it with my boss.  Know where I can buy one?

Also, what type of performance have you seen with Advantium vs.
conventional microwave-based transport technologies?

Sal Sabella




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