Hilarious press release this morning. Remind me never to use the same courier service that xG use: Finally we have delivery of the Army trial equipment... 140 days into a 180 day trial. And that, according to xG, is a "timely delivery"!
Now, I'm a big fan of the armed forces, but this press release took it a little far in its praise dontcha think: "dedicated", " resourceful", " leadership", "exceptional" soldiers. Maybe Marc's fellatio fantasies are more common than I thought.
The last of the quote is pretty telling. Basically it says, even though we've only given you 40 days to test it - it doesn't currently work : "[xG will] listen to them, to learn from them, and then revise our trial product to reflect their recommendations and better meet their needs."
and the last line of the 'about xG' is also notable. Nothing new, but in this context boasting about the number of your patents isn't a great idea. Some inconvenient person may compare yours to, say, Harris communications who is the current vendor of most Army radio systems. Have a look HERE at the US Patent Office filings for Florida. Harris are near the top. Scroll down to see where xG are.....