On Tue, Jul 30, 2002 at 04:38:34PM +1000, Donald Grahame wrote:
> While I sure don’t know all the facts, and probably never will, I do
> know Entropy once existed, and I’m now its gone because Exluna was
> sold by its owners, including Larry Gritz, to Nvidia.
Let me nip this one in the bud before it gets out of hand.
The deal with NVIDIA is quite old – the “definitive agreement” (i.e.,
contractual point of no return) was last December, and we’ve been
operating as one company ever since. The plan for the merger was not
only to continue our efforts with Entropy, but to “turbo charge” them.
The fact that nobody could detect any change for several months after
the merger is, I think, a good indication that it was not disruptive
to our mission, our business, or our products.
The disappearance of Entropy and BMRT are in no way causally related
to the merger of the companies.
Larry Gritz Exluna
<admin edit: removed Larry’s email out of courtesy>