[amsat-bb] Re: Keyspan Acquired by TrippLite
Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF
nigel at ngunn.net
Sun May 2 11:48:36 PDT 2010
Keyspan's product development stratergy is not the issue.
The issue is that a fellow amateur needs the correct device drivers.
Device drivers are usually written by the chip manufacturer for USB interface chips.
On 02-May-10 18:44, Clint Bradford wrote:
> You think contacting the chip manufacturer is going to alter Keyspan's product development strategy?
> I think you may be over-thinking this. Sure, it would be nice for consumers to dictate to the chip manufacturers what they sell to Keyspan.
> But that ain't gonna happen in this world.
> Clint, K6LCS
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