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    SubjectRe: HARDWARE: Open-Source-Friendly Graphics Cards -- Viable?
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    On Thu, 2004-10-21 at 10:25 -0700, David Lang wrote:

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    > Tim, in this case you are not just testing the openess idea, you are also
    > testing the low-volume, high-cost, but flexible idea. and that idea has
    > never had a large market
    >
    > you are in something of a catch-22 here. due to the risk you can only do
    > things with a relativly small initial investment, but with a larger
    > initial investment you could make much cheaper (and therefor much more
    > popular) cards. where's a billionare looking to Do Good Things (TM) when
    > you need one ;-)
    >
    > David Lang
    >

    countering your argument, www.digium.com is doing just that, low volume
    telephony cards.
    granted, the economics is different, as their price-point is 10% of the
    big player's price points, but the concept is similar.

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