Terry Lambert writes:

 > To do the work, you'd have to do it on your own, after licensing
 > the firmware, after signing an NDA.  Unlike the rather public
 > Tigon II firmware, the Tigon III doesn't have a lot of synergy
 > or interesting work going for it.  Most people doing interesting
 > work tend to use Tigon II cards, because of this.

It also requires a good contact at Broadcom.

Some people I know at another institution are willing to sign an NDA
and still cannot get the firmware from Broadcom.


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