“John Nagle” <email@example.com> wrote in message
Mario Charest wrote:
“John Nagle” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
QNX on all your call center PCs would actually make sense.
Much lower total cost of ownership. It just works.
Are you running your own business? If not, you should give it a try.
Actually, when I ran Team Overbot, all our desktops were QNX
except for one Microsoft XP machine. Since we were using QNX
for real time, I wanted everyone familar with it.
I didn’t meant as a user I meant as making business decision, dollar wise.
I think it’s time for a new version of the i-Opener.
Then if it is why don’t you do it.
original version was dialup only, and too slow.
And that is why you think the i-Opener failed? Slow connection?
Today, you;d have a LAN-based unit. Useful
for all those places where people need web browsers but you don’t
want to have to have sysadmins. Like hotel rooms, kiosks, etc.
Oh you mean a web browser without, flash, shockwave, java script, AVI,
MPEG2, DIVX, just name a few. Yah that will sell like hot cake. If you do
a little research you will find that such devices have failed miserably.
The places where you see crashed Windows XP machines.
But with the current management direction of QNX, you
wouldn’t dare do that.
Why, what would prevent you from doing it. If you think the product would
sell then what’s the hold up? What is it that QNX has a company is not
donig that prevent YOU from building such a product.
I keep hoping that QNX will be sold off to Cisco.
Another one of your other in depth financial analysis?
I wish one day I could be wise enough to let it be.