February 21, 2001 |
Worldwide Wireless Networks Inc. on Tuesday disputed Bridge Technology Inc.'s recent statements that the companies have severed their relationship and canceled exchanges of stock. Worldwide Wireless said it is reviewing its relationship with Bridge, a Garden Grove digital data-storage and communication-components company, but hasn't agreed with Bridge to discontinue any aspects of the relationship, specifically its investment in Bridge stock. Bridge said Feb.
February 13, 2001
Bridge Technology Inc., a Garden Grove digital data-storage and communication-components company, said Monday it has canceled all agreements, including stock exchanges, with Worldwide Wireless Networks Inc. Bridge said in a press release that the cancellations include the previously reported 60% sale of its Pacific Bridge Net unit to the Orange-based wireless infrastructure company.
December 1, 2000 |
Bridge Technology Inc. sold a 60% stake in its Pacific Bridge Net unit to Worldwide Wireless Networks Inc., a wireless infrastructure company in Orange. Terms weren't disclosed. Bridge Technology, a Garden Grove provider of digital data storage and communications components, said Pacific Bridge Net is in negotiations to build a wireless infrastructure system in Europe that may conflict with Bridge's business model.
July 20, 2000 |
Bridge Technology Inc., a Garden Grove maker of data storage and communication components, said Wednesday that it plans to double the size of its Autec Power Systems Inc. unit in Simi Valley. Bridge said in a press release that demand for Autec's power supplies and switching power components exceeds the unit's available production capacity. Autec's current contract backlog, which has a high percentage of new customer orders, exceeds $10 million, Bridge said.
June 24, 2000 |
Bridge Technology Inc. of Garden Grove said Friday it has purchased 300,000 shares of Worldwide Wireless Networks Inc. common stock at $4 each. Bridge, a provider of digital recording, storage and communication components, said it expects Worldwide Wireless initially to be the principal customer for Bridge's new wireless infrastructure apparatus. Orange-based Worldwide Wireless shares closed Friday at $3.44, down 6 cents, in over-the-counter trading.