Thats where I see the issue is non-compliant hardware raising a brow.
On 08/10/2018 10:15 AM, Mathew Howard wrote:
The funny thing is, it's entirely possible that Ubiquiti sold some
extra hardware because of Elevate. For example, in our case it took
some pressure off to convert all our towers to ePMP as quickly,
because any new CPE that we put out there would still be usable after
we did eventually convert it (and we had already made the decision to
switch all our 5ghz stuff over to ePMP quite awhile before Elevate was
The one thing that I can see being a legitimate concern, would be if
Ubiquiti ended up getting in trouble with the FCC over the devices not
being compliant after being converted.
On Fri, Aug 10, 2018 at 10:03 AM Adam Moffett <dmmoff...@gmail.com
Elevate is just software. Ubiquiti already sold the hardware and
never asked any money for software. So how is Ubiquiti damaged?
They're not damaged any more than Dell is damaged if you delete
Windows to install Ubuntu.
I'm also sure Cambium wouldn't have proceeded with Elevate if they
weren't pretty sure they could defend it legally.
I think there's also a principle that your IP isn't really yours
unless you are making an effort to protect it. So Ubiquiti might
feel that they have no choice but to try.
I'm just sitting safely in my armchair and hypothesizing, and I
have no horse in that race.
On 8/10/2018 10:54 AM, Jason McKemie wrote:
I'm surprised this didn't happen sooner. The whole elevate thing
was asking for it.
On Friday, August 10, 2018, Mike Hammett <af...@ics-il.net
Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. sues Cambium Networks.
I'd like to see more of the claims.
They've also sued Sakid Ahmed and Dmitry Moiseev of Cambium.
They've sued WINNCOM TECHNOLOGIES, CORP..
They've sued BLIP Networks, a WISP in southern Illinois.
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