12/18/97 06:07 am
Msg: 186 of 54358
Maggot mouth Michael and Studmuffin is one trashy person.
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Msg 1 by Y a h o o F i n a n c e
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>> received <A> Sammmuns yeti?
>> HA Ha.
"BYE BYE" NOW - TIM.
Sorry I had the wrong Robert, this was Robert Gordon, asking about FIBR and I thought it was you. It was located on Wall Street Strategies News, asking about the delisting of FIBR. If I find out anything through them I will pass it on here
I just received an email from Phil Mathes,Osicom Sales Manager.
I wrote him about concerning the NASA tests, his response:
"They are pleased that the unit we delivered performs as we indicated and that the unit when tested with their specific format signals performed flawlessly". "We have identified this as
a long term program where DWDM is only one potential element in a
number of possible sollutions"..."I do know that placing our unit at Kennedy Space Center has enhanced our position with several other potential GigaMux customers and have been told similar
findings from other parts of our sales orginization". Phil Mathes
Brooks Fiber Begins Trials of Osicom's GigaMux DWDM for Metro Applications SANTA MONICA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 18,
1997--Osicom Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:FIBR - news), today announced that Brooks Fiber Properties, Inc. (NASDAQ:BFTP - news), is
commencing trials of Osicom's GigaMux(tm) dense wavelength division multiplexer (DWDM). The Brooks subsidiary, Brooks Fiber
Communications, will evaluate GigaMux in its National Data Systems (NDS) Test Lab and Research Facility in Stockton, California.
The GigaMux line of DWDM helps Metropolitan service providers increase their fiber carrying capacity to help satiate
increasing demand for more bandwidth. It transforms existing fiber from a dedicated, single-application medium into a versatile conduit
capable of simultaneously transporting up to 16 independent optical channels thus increasing total bandwidth from 2.5 GPS to 40 GPS.
Further, the GigaMux system can be configured for simplex, full duplex, or a combination of simplex and duplex operation. Traffic
types supported include Switched Gigabit Ethernet, FDDI, ESCON, OC-1 through OC-48 SONET, xDSL, ATM, Frame Relay, and even
proprietary digital signals as part of its total data format transparent operation.