Over the past few years, one of the most interesting pieces of hardware that we have looked at has been the Falcon from Novint. Originally seen at the 2006 GDC in San Jose, the Falcon instantly grabbed our attention with not only its unique design, but more importantly, the features that made it unquestionably original.
Solid State Networks was founded in Arizona back in 2005 and have their headquarters in Tempe. Solid State’s primary goal is to provide a lightweight, portable, high performance core technology based on the BitTorrent protocol for use in the next generation content delivery systems. As you can tell, this is a simple yet ambitious plan.
|Interview with Tom Anderson of Novint||Greg King||May 22, 2007||Industry Interviews|
|All American Computers.. An Inside Look||Greg King||June 19, 2006||Industry Interviews|
|Interview with Larry Marchman of Solid State Networks||Greg King||May 15, 2006||Industry Interviews|
|Interview with Andy Keane of AGEIA||Rob Williams||July 27, 2005||Industry Interviews|