I've met the man . I've been a believer in Paul Travers. At first, Via information from a long ago former Vuzix employee. This before the company got to this stage. However It's the execution of a business plan that will make or break you. Could the recent stock offering been partly for the project ramp from the announced wounded warrior deal? The SA article seems to have started some short covering going on today.
I knew awhile back they would want in , in this market. IMO Vuzix gets squeezed out because of it's size and frankly IMO for bigger competitors lack of knowledge and development in the space. Magic Leap gets attention and has plenty of funding, but where are they in stages of releasing a product? Things seem to be unfolding faster now anyway.
>Qualcomm wanted to enable a complete Ethernet Audio Video Bridging (EAVB) solution on Qualcomm Snapdragon processors with Toshiba Brickyard and Neutrino chipsets. Qualcomm engaged with HARMAN Connected Services to enable AVB services by porting the HARMAN’s Ethernet AVB stack to the Snapdragon/Brickyard hardware together with Toshiba Brickyard and Neutrino chipsets.
This whole WW program if executed correctly is welcomed big surprise to me. It was not mentioned in the last Qtr. CC which I listened to. The Blade 3000 is a broader market product still in development stages. I think that product could get tweaked for the better before release. This if it finds a big partner to absorb costs. Maybe INTEL comes back with we changed are mind about wanting to get out altogether ?