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sfx - keeping busy

Discussion in 'Other Discussions' started by sfx2000, Jul 21, 2019.

  1. sfx2000

    sfx2000 Part of the Furniture

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    Sorry to not have been active on the forums over the last couple of months - I still do step in from time to time on items that interest me, but for general topics, I've backed away, mostly out of time needed. I'm a co-founder on a startup focused on the 3G sunset here in the US, and industries impacted by it - e.g. embedded 3G modems - and along with others, have developed a hardware/software platform around smart 3G to 4G conversion.

    As many know - I'm based out of San Diego - and it's the home of 2G/3G/4G/5G. where Qualcomm has built out not only an industry, but a community of experts on all things wireless on the Wide Area Network...

    To that end - much work on 4G modem driver support over QMI/MBIM - I've based efforts on OpenWRT, as this is fairly small footprint compared to my earlier efforts - interesting what one can get in to a 64MB RAM/16MB Flash space on MIPS32 - platform of choice is AR93xx...

    Outside of embedded firmware, I've had to focus on end-to-end, and all the support subsystems from an architecture view - but this is what I do, this is my background - systems design and product development.

    I'm still around - and always appreciate the connections made here on the forums - share some, get some back, and this is how a positive community works - many thanks to folks like @thiggins and @RMerlin - and many others.
     
  2. martinr

    martinr Part of the Furniture

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    Here’s wishing you every possible success.

    (I only discovered your post thanks to the nutter on the Merlin forum objecting to the AIProtection EULA and his post being transferred here. Must be the first time I’ve been on this forum.)
     
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