[WISPA] Trango at ISPCON

2006-11-14 Thread Tom DeReggi
Trango repeated its WISP summit at ISPCON again this year as well. The purpose was to ask WISPs what they need in next generation products, and disclose upcomming products. It was also exciting to learn more about their next generation WIMax product. The advantage of that platform, is its early

Re: [WISPA] Trango at ISPCON

2006-11-14 Thread Brian Rohrbacher
Tom DeReggi wrote: Trango repeated its WISP summit at ISPCON again this year as well. The purpose was to ask WISPs what they need in next generation products, and disclose upcomming products. It was also exciting to learn more about their next generation WIMax product. The advantage of that

Re: [WISPA] Trango at ISPCON

2006-11-14 Thread Jeffrey Thomas
Brian, Standards don't really matter unless you have interop on the mac layer as well as QOS.With just MAC and phy layer interoperability, the only thing that will be supported is simple bridging and routing when you use seperate vendor's CPE and Base stations. btw, no one is currently

Re: [WISPA] Trango at ISPCON

2006-11-14 Thread Brian Rohrbacher
So you are saying we won't have a bunch of products to choose from that work together like with WiFi? Jeffrey Thomas wrote: Brian, Standards don't really matter unless you have interop on the mac layer as well as QOS.With just MAC and phy layer interoperability, the only thing that will be

Re: [WISPA] Trango at ISPCON

2006-11-14 Thread Tom DeReggi
, 2006 3:07 PM Subject: Re: [WISPA] Trango at ISPCON Tom DeReggi wrote: Trango repeated its WISP summit at ISPCON again this year as well. The purpose was to ask WISPs what they need in next generation products, and disclose upcomming products. It was also exciting to learn more about

Re: [WISPA] Trango at ISPCON

2006-11-14 Thread Brian Rohrbacher
Jeffrey Thomas wrote: Brian, Standards don't really matter unless you have interop on the mac layer as well as QOS.With just MAC and phy layer interoperability, the only thing that will be supported is simple bridging and routing when you use seperate vendor's CPE and Base stations. btw, no