RE: [EFM] EFM Requirements [really Elastic EtherLoop...]
I also will be running the 10Mbs gear in October. I can say current Elastic
has performed at and beyond advertised parameters. Etherloop, as
stated before, has outperformed current xDSL solutions in reliability,
simplicity in provisioning in the binders found out in the field.
Based upon my past experience I fully expect for Etherloop2 to perform as
as a basis for a 802.3/EFM solution AND provide the reach I am looking for.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Fletcher E Kittredge [mailto:fkittred@xxxxxxx]
> Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2001 8:53 AM
> To: Kaufman, Dave
> Cc: Stds-802-3-Efm (E-mail); Stanley, Patrick
> Subject: Re: [EFM] EFM Requirements [really Elastic EtherLoop...]
> On Thu, 23 Aug 2001 10:12:20 -0400 "Kaufman, Dave" wrote:
> > Pursuant to the By Laws of the IEEE Standards body (
> > http://standards.ieee.org/guides/bylaws/sect6-7.html#6 ),
> Elastic has
> > submitted to Geoff Thompson, IEEE 802.3 Working Group
> Chair, a letter of
> > assurance, dated July 16, 2001, indicating that:
> > "In the event the proposed standard is adopted and the
> standard cannot be
> > practiced without the use of the Identified Patents,
> Elastic agrees upon
> > written request to grant nonexclusive license rights under any such
> > Identified Patents as applicable on a nondiscriminatory basis and on
> > reasonable terms and conditions."
> > Geoff formally acknowledged that this letter had been
> received at EFM
> > meeting in Portland.
> > I hope that this addresses any concerns that may exist
> about evaluating
> > EtherLoop or related technologies in this forum.
> That is wonderful news Dave; I appreciate your correction.
> We are working on a trial of Etherloop equipment. We will be testing
> the 10mb/sec generation, not the Etherloop2 100mb/sec generation. We
> hope to start passing data in the late October timeframe.
> We are not an independent testing body, but a ISP/CLEC providing high
> speed via the CATV and the PSTN. However, we will do the best we can
> to accurately report the conditions under which we test, and the test
> results. We can't provide a truely independent test bed, but at least
> we can accurately and completely report the biases of our environment.