I can only vouch for what I’ve been responsible for, but I can assure you that my DD is 100% legit. And I always provide links and screenshots.
If you review the negative posts on the OTTV board, you’ll find they’re centered around the same old lameass topics that are of NO CONSEQUENCE WHEN YOU UNDERSTAND THE BIG PICTURE.
Go ahead and dive into the DD if you haven’t yet. You’ll see why none of these complaints hold any water.
Let me know if you have any questions.
And Look what they were doing this March!!!
60 GHz MetroLinq™ from IgniteNet™ Delivers Record Capacity Over a 1.5 Mile PTP Link
March 03, 2017
Triad Wireless and IgniteNet™ recently teamed up to test the limits of IgniteNet's MetroLinq™ point-to-point (PTP) platform, utilizing the 60 GHz unlicensed band frequency for wireless networking, achieving high-capacity links to deliver gigabit connections.
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) March 03, 2017
Triad Wireless and IgniteNet™ recently teamed up to test the limits of IgniteNet's MetroLinq™ point-to-point (PTP) platform. On the outskirts of Phoenix, AZ Triad had a need for a gigabit PTP connection across a 1.5 mile (2.4 km) stretch connecting two access points. The signal level achieved was -61dBm with a modulation rate of 2310 Mbps, which are great statistics for this particular link distance. The 60 GHz MetroLinq™ product was an ideal option for bridging two remote locations with 1 Gbps of real speed. It is a perfect solution to provide fiber-like wireless connectivity and also a great substitute for the crowded ISM band (2.4 and 5 GHz) wireless equipment due to virtually noise-free spectrum and ultra-high capacity of MetroLinq™ radios operating not only in a point-to-point (PTP) but also in a point-to-multipoint (PTMP) scenario.
"We are deploying a lot of high-capacity PTMP customers to compete with traditional DSL and Cable. To make this work profitably and to provide services of 200Mbps+, we find that the MetroLinq radios fit our model perfectly. We are actively redesigning our networks right now to incorporate more of them into our network." said Rory Conaway, CEO of Triad Wireless.
"This was a perfect chance to showcase the MetroLinq's distance capabilities and give Triad Wireless a high capacity link over a long distance" said Chad Dewey, VP of Product Design at IgniteNet. "This is certainly a record distance for us and we believe a record with any platform to deliver a gigabit connection on the 60 GHz unlicensed frequency. Triad is a cutting edge wireless service provider and one of the world's first wireless ISPs to deliver a high-speed (200 Mbps) internet plan. 60 GHz products from IgniteNet are definitely a key technology for WISPs like Triad Wireless requiring high-capacity links to deliver, data, VoIP or even triple play services and stay ahead of competition."
The key to bringing gigabit internet connections to more customers is providing the right combination of cost and speed of deployment. IgniteNet's MetroLinq platform is the first to reach this milestone and allow operators to quickly deploy fiber-like wireless service across large areas at unprecedented price-points. Operators with fiber assets can add MetroLinq to their network to build hybrid fiber-wireless networks to lower costs and speed up the deployment. For operators without fiber assets, MetroLinq allows pure "wireless fiber" networks to be built quickly. MetroLinq's competitive cost brings new opportunities for service providers and enterprises enabling them to reach fiber speeds using the 60 GHz globally unlicensed wireless band as an alternative to other licensed or unlicensed band solutions available on the market today.
Headquartered in Irvine, CA, IgniteNet is a wholly owned subsidiary of SMC Networks, Inc. IgniteNet has a proven track record of producing powerful, reliable, and easy to deploy, innovative cloud managed wireless solutions and the industry's lowest cost 60 GHz wireless technology through channel partners worldwide focused on Enterprises and service providers.
For more information, visit http://www.ignitenet.com
The good senator from Arizona said it best yesterday:
“Why would you say something that stupid?” McCain replied. “Why would you ask something that dumb? .?.?. You mean that I am somehow going to behave in a way that I'm going to block everything because of some personal disagreement? That's a dumb question.”
Triad has done some amazing things over the past few years and kept a relatively tight lid on it.
Viva is not their only partner by any means and they've been very strategic about who they are partnering with as well.
Be forewarned everyone, when the $OTTV train starts rolling, ain't nothing gonna stop this beast!!
S.P.I.R.I.T. - Secured Public Integrated Radio Infrastructure Technology
Municipal wireless networks have gotten a bad reputation over the last few years due to difficult deployments, under-engineering, over-promised expectations, high-capital expenditure, and high-profile failures. The reality is that most mesh vendors have abandoned the original utopian idea of wireless everywhere. In fact, due to limited technology designs, they are now re-branding themselves as low-bandwidth ubiquitous coverage equipment for Automated Meter Reading (AMR) and Power System data backhaul. However, many cities are still looking at the dream that was once Municipal Wireless as a solution for not only city services, but something that can break the infamous digital divide. The Secured Public Integrated Radio Infrastructure Technology (S.P.I.R.I.T.) design does just that.
Triad Wireless and Cielo Systems partnered their technical expertise to re-engineer the entire concept of municipal wireless from the ground up. The goals for the system were defined as the following:
(1) 10-20+ number of hops with minimal bandwidth loss or a significant increase in latency
(2) A minimum of 100Mbps of backhaul capacity available at every AP node in the system
(3) Maximum distance per AP to laptop users at lower power levels including improved obstruction penetration
(4) Reduced APs per square mile
(5) fast-handoff capability for vehicles at 100mph+
(6) Full backhaul redundancy for all APs
(7) Load-balancing for all APs
(8) Ability to penetrate vegetation at street level to avoid installing additional 2.4GHz APs just for backhaul
(9) Reduction of capital expenditure by a factor of 2-5 times over standard mesh technologies
(10) Maximum Security for public uses and public safety users alike
(11) Elimination of technology obsolescence with component level upgrades
Since none of the mesh vendors had the combination of technologies needed to achieve the goals set by Triad Wireless and Cielo Systems, the first move was the elimination of proprietary mesh technologies. Municipalities can now use any AP on the market in this design. That reduces the cost significantly and/or allows a city to work with whatever favorite AP product they have or a recommended system that fits specific budget/performance goals.
The second goal was to modify the network so that network administrators didn’t have to learn new technologies to deploy or support it. This makes any network administrator immediately comfortable with the model versus starting over with new equipment. Other than the addition of simple Point-to-Point radios, the entire system is based around a model of standard networking protocols.
As Mike Goicoechea, VP of Operations from Cielo Systems stated, “When we proposed the system, the idea was to break the mold and exceed everyone’s expectations. When the numbers are analyzed, municipalities will see this is a very cost effective alternative to fiber for cities with budget issues that doesn’t compromise performance”.
Rory Conaway, CEO of Triad Wireless and lead engineer on the project added, “Having the network engineering experience from Cielo Systems to draw upon helped me bring together many of the ideas I’ve been developing over the years. We can now build a successful model that can directly compete against wire line services in a suburban environment and bring the latest wireless technologies to bear in one system”.
The end result of this collaboration is a new era for Municipal Wireless. The S.P.I.R.I.T. system is a no-compromise model that achieves the dream original promised by vendors and integrators alike for the last 10 years. It’s capable of bringing a municipality deep into the 21st Century by taking back local-loop monopolies and expanding capabilities, choice, and capacity that isn’t hindered by any single manufactured product. It also doesn’t make a city beholden to technology that becomes obsolete and is too expensive to upgrade or maintain. It also gives public safety and government the most advanced data communication infrastructure in the industry today. Municipalities now have a no-compromise option to take their cities and towns to the next level.
That was from a few year back. Let's see what they've been up to recently:
Boosting Internet with Mimosa
Triad Wireless Offers High-Speeds to Suburban and Rural Customers
Oh man.... LMFAO!!!! This just keeps getting better!!!
Hang on, hang on a minute.... Let me whine for a bit about the PPS and keep asking 10 times a day about where my HBO went!!! Yep, that's what the future looks like, for sure!! LMAFO!!!! uh uhu uhuh... I better sell all my shares tomorrow!!!! lol... This is too easy.
Well Thank you for that! Unexpected help from unexpected sources!!
After a brief skim, which may have caused me to miss something, it would appear this is the applicable statute regarding VIVA late Q:
(ii) For issuers affected by Hurricane Irma, the issuer files with the Commission, on or
before November 8, 2017, the report or form required to be filed pursuant to either Regulation
Crowdfunding or Regulation A during the period from and including September 6, 2017 to and
including November 7, 2017
So anytime up until November 7th apparently.
It does for me!!!! My take is that this indicates VIVA has something so massive in the works that the SEC used their power of 'sole discretion' to grant an extension. Again, I very well could be missing something obvious as I am just a newb at this, but it does seem fairly straightforward when you read the details of Form 12b-25.
So maybe I'm missing something, but to me, the Form 12b-25 is fairly explicit as to the duration of the extension. JF even put an 'X' next to the applicable rule set which states:
"The subject annual report, semi-annual report, transition report on Form 10-K, Form 20-F, 11-K or Form N-SAR, or portion thereof, will be filed on or before the fifteenth calendar day following the prescribed due date; or the subject quarterly report of transition report on Form 10-Q, or portion thereof will be filed on or before the fifth calendar day following the prescribed due date;"
According to this random law firm (MBBP) that has a nice PDF FAQ on the form 12b-25 found here:
What is the benefit of filing the Form 12b-25?
If the conditions of the Rule are met, filing the Form 12b-25 gives the issuer 15 additional calendar days to file a late annual report and five additional calendar days to file a late quarterly report. Moreover, if the report (or the incomplete portion) is actually filed within the 15-day or five-day grace period, the report is deemed to have been timely filed.
So it would seem that the 'prescribed due date' is equivalent to the original due date of the Q, which would put us WELL past the 5 day extension.
Also of note on the Form 12b-25 FAQ was this:
Can the original extension be renewed by a second filing?
No. Issuers receive only one automatic extension per filing. In the absence of extraordinary circumstances, as determined in the sole discretion of the SEC’s staff, no further extensions are available.
So, again, unless I am missing something here, and I'm sure there will be many helpful folks ready to tell me about it if that is the case, it would seem the OTTV has an "extraordinary circumstance" on their hands....
Wow!! 60 Spanish speaking channels!! And from a company right in their backyard!! This will be tough to beat!!! LOL!!
They even dubbed Bollywood in Spanish!!!
UH uh u h OH!! DOOM AND GLOOM TIME AHEAD I GUESS!!! LMFAO!!!
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Whatever did happen to Matthew Briar, Bryan Murphy, & James Brumley anyway?
You know, those guys from the small cap network that wrote those amazing articles about Viva early on?
They had some great coverage and then stopped writing altogether early this year.