OTTAWA, CANADA; January 29th, 2015 – In a daring move during a press conference at their world headquarters in Ottawa, FrameFlow Software announced new event monitors for Lunar and Martian rovers.
In a long and wide ranging speech, President and CEO Donald Leclair reviewed the server monitoring market and explained FrameFlow’s strategy. “It’s time to move beyond CPU, drive space and memory monitoring and here at FrameFlow we see that the future points up. So today we are announcing the FrameFlow Monitoring Pack for Lunar and Martian Rovers.”
After several rounds of applause and standing ovations, Mr. Leclair held up a hand and explained FrameFlow’s strategy. “It’s abundantly clear that there’s a need for outer space monitoring. What if solar panel output drops below 500 ma? What if the voltage to your mass spectrometer exceeds 250mv? These are important issues and it’s critical that mission control, and the rovers themselves, be able to detect and act on this monitoring data that only FrameFlow can provide. It’s all part of our strategy to Keep the Rovers Roving and Keep the Science Flowing.”
That said, details are slim on potential sales prospects. FrameFlow spokepersons would only comment that talks are ongoing with SpaceX, NASA, the ESA, and several non-governmental entities based on remote Pacific islands, some with headquarters in the calderas of extinct volcanos.
Reporters from the New York Times pressed Mr. Leclair for details on his business relationship with Elon Musk and his SpaceX venture. Mr. Leclair declined to provide specific information but did say that he and Mr. Musk “are good friends and maybe if Elon was a bit more ambitious and tried harder there could be an opportunity to cooperate on equal footing.”
List price for the new Lunar and Martian Rover Monitoring Pack starts at $3.1 trillon USD but FrameFlow has announced special beta pricing at a much more affordable price point starting at $400 billion depending on selected features and options.
In after hours trading FrameFlow (NASDAQ:FRMFLW) shares reached a new 52-week high, outperforming Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A).
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