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Brian Donegan  
#1 Posted : Sunday, February 28, 2010 3:28:43 PM(UTC)
Brian Donegan

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We had a good ol' New England storm last Thursday which knocked out my power and internet etc. It even knocked out the nearest cell towers so I was completely incommunicado until today.

I am playing a little catchup, but I was able to do a bunch of part labelling by candle light (and beer bottle), so not a total loss. I am a little behind in shipping because of it, but will make a push to get all the pending orders out in the next couple days. Additionally, if you have sent me email in the past few days, I am trying to catch up...

I am in testing mode with the Buffalo DACs, and building/testing AVCC supplies, Placid and IVY-III kits. It's crazy around here right now. Russ is cranking on manuals and system diagrams, and I should be able to get them posted in the next few days.

After all of this, there is the new Sympatico that has to be verified. I am also (finally) about to ramp up production on the Femto/AC1, so more about this in the coming days/weeks.

We are receiving roughly 5 emails per day asking about the next round of Buffalos, so here is the deal... We can only make so many Buffalos at a time. This is due to several factors, but mainly up-front parts cost, available hours in the day to build/test/ship, and general marital status maintenance. The first round of a new version always takes the longest, but now that we are (almost) past that, the next round(s) will go much faster. I am thinking we can get rolling on the next round in late March or very early April, and try to deliver them in late April, but that is a general estimate at the moment. I will be out of the country towards the end of March and have to take my wife on vacation at some point, so that will inevitably delay things.

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