I am happy for you all. I wanted to go in on a trade with this at lower prices but I was too afraid of finding out a real reason this went down and down. I feel that way over at LWLG that is for sure. Someday I imagine.
Huawei provides the industry’s first 2nd-generation E-band microwave solution, which sports a carrier-class design, high capacity, and enhanced features/performance.
LTE is bringing about increased bandwidth pressure on microwave backhaul. With spectrum resources limited, operators are expecting E-Band microwave (71-86GHz) with expanded spectrum to natively offer over gigabit throughput. E-Band microwave delivers ultra-broadband networking, with enhanced reliability, operability, and service features.
In 2012, Huawei launched the industry-first 2nd-generation ultra-broadband E-Band microwave solution – RTN 380, which features high spectral efficiency and carrier-class reliability, fully meeting operator needs for future-oriented mobile broadband networking. In comparison, first-gen E-Band microwave offers only offers 1Gbps transmission, while lacking carrier-class reliability.
E-Band microwave RTN 380 has the highest known spectrum efficiency in the industry, using 64 QAM modulation to deliver a transport rate of up to 2.5Gbps (over 250MHz channels only), which can be further evolved to 5Gbps, 10Gbps, or even more.
E-Band microwave RTN 380 is of a single, all-outdoor architecture. Its U-Key configuration feature simplifies deployment and maintenance, while the one-cable connection feature (service transport & network management signals, and power all over one cable) brings enhanced flexibility and simplified maintenance (no tower climbing).
Robust IP Service Processing
RTN 380 is All-IP oriented, supporting IP applications such as E-line and E-LAN; it also features eight classes of QoS mechanism, with high-priority services ensured. With its abundant OAM features, RTN 380 delivers an “SDH-like” experience, while also supporting end-to-end packet synchronization.
Operators can use RTN380 for aggregation links, fiber substitution, and small cell backhaul. Compared with first-gen
The lone analyst is no longer providing a rating. Slowly putting LWLG in the rear view and it looks like the GigOptix Inc. is just as risky as LWLG. Hope all well. Keeping it real.
Only my opinion for what it is worth. I am stipulating that JDSU is the number one T&M company. They mentioned the first test system for the CFP2 is now shipping. How is it that Cisco has all the known results of the CFP2 including cost mentioned without knowing the quantities of CFP2 being ordered and shipped at the earliest in the fall of 2013. Both the testing and the CFP2's themselves not being released prior to the CPAK being developed. Keeping it real.
Sniffles, don't embarrass yourself over here too. Grab your roll of paper towels and head back to LWLG. Sorry about that folks I should have kept an eye out for the discharge he leaves behind. Keeping it real.
Whoa that pony. I have a large interest in LWLG for now. I am not knocking GigOptix Inc. LWLG does not the cash to do anything more than to get by running its operations. The LWLG shares would plummet in price as any potential deal would be an all shares - big time dilution on a buy out. No way Jose! Besides GigOptix Inc. has been burning cash as well. Maintain profitability and then I might change my opinion. Keeping it real.